Grow Full Size Fruits In a Fraction Of The Area With Bonsai Trees
September 30, 2015 | Sustainability | J.Battaglia
Bon sai is an art that has been practiced in Asia for many centuries. It isnít genetically altered to make it smaller. Bonsai trees are grown from the same seeds as trees that grow to full size. They are grown in small containers and trimmed and trained so that they remain small and elegant. In this ancient technique, you typically grow the tree outdoors where it can experience the same growing conditions as a regular tree of the same species bearing full sized fruits in a fraction of the area.
People Who Blame Even The Smallest Degree of Negative Spirituality On Their Health Woes Have Worse Pain and Physical Health
September 24, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
It is only human nature to displace responsibility and it has a major effect on our view of religion and spirituality. Most people cannot fathom a reality or truth that the events and circumstances in our life are generated by what WE think and do. Individuals who blame karma or other non-secular matters for their poor health have more pain and worse physical and mental health, according to a new study from University of Missouri researchers. Targeted interventions to counteract negative spiritual beliefs could help some individuals decrease pain and improve their overall health, the researchers said.
15 Effective Foods For Mood and Happiness
September 22, 2015 | Happiness | A.McCarthy
There are many foods that may be hurting your mood, making you sick, and even pushing you toward depression! On the flip side there are many foods that promote your health, give you energy, turbocharge your memory and focus, and improve your mood. These are some of the most effective foods in that category.
Here's Why Dwelling On Your Past Makes You Repeat The Same Mistakes
September 16, 2015 | Consciousness | J.Richardson
Fear, anger, uncertainty, discomfort, shame, guilt and many other emotions we perceive as negative are often our compass towards growth. It is our resistance to our past and our interpretation of how our experiences should have manifested which define our expectations for the future. How people remember past behavior affects their choices in the present, according to a new study that suggests the relationship between recall and self-control is more complicated than previously believed.