At What Point Did We Start Accepting Our Insane World As The Norm?
September 26, 2014 | Consciousness | M.Torres
Ever wonder when it was that we all started submitting to the terms of life as we are subjected to on a daily basis? When did we start accepting the poisoning of our water supply with fluoride and other toxins? When did we start saying it's ok to pollute our food, the planet and ourselves? When did we start giving away our freedom of choice and giving it to the government? When and why did this happen to humanity and how could we let it happen?
Laughter Shown To Work Better Than Pharmaceuticals And Affects The Body Like Exercise
September 24, 2014 | Happiness | M.Chan
It's no secret that laughter is good for you and, even when indulged in liberally, is gloriously free of side effects. Laughter is a simple stress reducer, a kind of natural Valium, but is also allows us to connect to other people in such unique ways, that it cannot be duplicated through any other method. A body of evidence shows that laughing not only works better than medication, but stimulates hormonal levels in ways similar to exercise.
Can You Fathom A World Without Money And Without Disease?
September 22, 2014 | Consciousness | M.Forrester
In many ways we've already selected monetary systems for termination. Money itself is not the root of all evil, however humans have bound money so tightly to contracts that it can no longer be used to benefit us in its current form and with the mindset to transcend all that it represents. Humanity has realized this and it's only a matter of time before our monetary structures evolve to something else. That something will benefit all the struggles we currently face on our planet, including poverty, disease, oppression, greed and so much more.
Clean Water For The World: Simple Solar Oven Makes Salt Water Drinkable
September 16, 2014 | Sustainability | Editor
“Projects 'for the 90%' mostly fall somewhere between two extremes: charity and business,” designer Gabriele Diamanti stated. “Neither was my inspiration!” Instead, spurred on by his own extensive travel and friends’ involvement in NGOs, he developed a fascination with global water scarcity as a graduate student at Milan Polytechnic in 2005; he recently decided to pursue his interest again and the result is Eliodomestico, an open-source variation on a solar still.
The Coming Wave of Consciousness: Why It's Imperative To Release Judgements Based On Dietary Preference
September 9, 2014 | Consciousness | M.Forrester
Whether you choose raw, vegan, vegetarian, fishitarian, paleo, processed or any other dietary lifestyle, it's time to release judgement on what others choose to eat. Is any one of these methods superior to another for every person on the planet? Absolutely not, because all of them can cause health problems if there is no awareness of how we are transferring energy between our food and ourselves.
10 Facts About Consciousness
September 8, 2014 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
Consciousness has been defined as many things to many people, but there can never be one encompassing definition to what it really is. However, there are several factual components that assist in its definition and allow us to assess our own level of consciousness. What level are you at?
Sweden Recycling 99 Percent Of Garbage, Edging Closer To Zero-Waste
September 4, 2014 | Sustainability | A.McCarthy
There's a revolution happening in Sweden right now. Dubbed the "recycling revolution," the Scandinavian country now recycles 99 percent of their garbage, edging closer to a zero-waste lifestyle, nationwide.
New Experiment Will Answer Some Mind-Bending Questions On Whether We Live In a Hologram
September 2, 2014 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
The Department of Energy’s Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory is completing a unique experiment called the Holometer which has recently started collecting data to answer some mind-bending questions about our universe--including whether we live in a hologram.