InnerSelf Newsletter: May 21st, 2017
InnerSelf Newsletter: May 21st, 2017
by InnerSelf Staff
This week's theme focuses on "who you are". Barbara Savin shares "You Are Already A Healer: It Is Time To Reclaim Who…
2015 star trails
Horoscope Current Week: May 22 to 28, 2017
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Start Living The Life For Which You Want To Be Remembered
What Will They Say About You When You're Gone?
by Rabbi Daniel Cohen
In the past twenty years, I’ve come to appreciate that my personal awakening motivates me, defines me, and guides me to…
Why We Should Be Turning Waste Into Fuel
Why We Should Be Turning Waste Into Fuel
by Nick Florin and Ben Madden, University of Technology Sydney
The federal government recently announced that it is giving recycling company ResourceCo a loan of A$30 million to…
Hag, Temptress Or Feminist Icon? The Witch In Popular Culture

Hag, Temptress Or Feminist Icon? The Witch In Popular Culture

Chloe Germaine Buckley, Manchester Metropolitan University
What It’s Really Like To Live With Dementia
What It’s Really Like To Live With Dementia
by Catherine Bailey, Katie Brittain, and Sue Tiplady, Northumbria University, Newcastle
More than 225,000 people develop dementia every year – that’s roughly one person every three minute. At the moment,…
10 Ways to Joyfully Increase Your Strength and Vitality
10 Ways to Joyfully Increase Your Strength and Vitality
by Nomi Bachar
Each one of us, I believe, wants to enjoy a healthy body. A body that expresses strength and vitality is a source of…
How Britain's 1953 Storm Surge Kicked Off The Debate On Climate Change
How Britain's 1953 Storm Surge Kicked Off The Debate On Climate Change
by Matthew Kelly, Northumbria University, Newcastle
Towns and villages along the east coast of England were put on red alert on Friday 13 January.
Showing Compassion by Easing Someone's Tension
Showing Compassion by Easing Someone's Tension
by Jill Lublin
We are naturally geared for compassion, to share and bond and ease the pain and stress of others. There is room in…
Study Shows Marijuana May Reduce Crack Use

Study Shows Marijuana May Reduce Crack Use

M-J Milloy and M. Eugenia Socias, University of British Columbia
If You Misread Someone’s Face, Blame These Neurons
If You Misread Someone’s Face, Blame These Neurons
by Lori Dajose, California Institute of Technology
Have you ever thought someone was angry at you, but it turned out you were just misreading their facial expression? One…
This South Pacific Island Of Rubbish Shows Our Plastic Habit
This South Pacific Island Of Rubbish Shows Our Plastic Habit
by Jennifer Lavers, University of Tasmania
A remote South Pacific island has the highest density of plastic debris reported anywhere on the planet, our new study…
How to Feel at Home When You’re at Home
How to Feel at Home When You’re at Home
by Xorin Balbes
Unfortunately, for many of us, the condition and appearance of the place where we live make us feel uneasy instead of…
How To Deal with Your Nervousness, Anxiety, and Fear
How To Deal with Your Nervousness, Anxiety, and Fear
by Barbara Berger
If you sometimes experience anxiety that gets very intense, you may not be getting the help you deserve because you are…
Good sleep is essential for our mental well-being. Just one night of disturbed sleep can leave us feeling cranky, flat, worried, or sad the next day.

Evidence Suggests A Strong Link Between Anxiety And Depression And Sleep Problems

Joanna Waloszek and Monika Raniti, University of Melbourne
How Our Environment Can Influence Our Health
How Our Environment Can Influence Our Health
by Emmanuel Tsekleves, Lancaster University
We are told that we are a nation of couch potatoes, lacking the will and the strength to turn around the obesity…
The World's Scientists Are Taking On The Greenhouse Gas Challenge
The World's Scientists Are Taking On The Greenhouse Gas Challenge
by Tim Radford
Ingenuity in laboratories worldwide is harnessing microbes, water and hot air to produce different types of renewable…
How To Actually Beat Time by Slowing Down
How To Actually Beat Time By Slowing Down
by Wendy Lustbader, MSW
It is hard to stop hurrying mentally toward the next task, fretting about something in the future, or ruminating over…
Karma and Politics: It's Time To Embrace Our Power
Karma and Politics: It's Time To Embrace Our Power
by Marc Allen
We are finding new ways to live in the world, and new ways to relate to one another. This awakening comes at a critical…
4 Ways Junk Food Brands Influence Kids Online
4 Ways Junk Food Brands Influence Kids Online
by Teresa Davis, University of Sydney
If a stranger offered a child free lollies in return for their picture, the parent would justifiably be angry. When…
Research Shows Maintaining The Same Weight As You Age Has Health Benefits
Research Shows Maintaining The Same Weight As You Age Has Health Benefits
by Adina L Feldman, University of Cambridge
It is well known that losing weight reduces your risk of developing type 2 diabetes. Our latest research shows that…
What Witch Finders Can Teach Us About Today's World
What Witch Finders Can Teach Us About Today's World
by David Frankfurter, Boston University
It is hardly a new observation that political leaders seeking populist appeal will exacerbate popular fears: about…
The Power of the Word as Spiritual Principle
The Power of the Word: Do Every Single Word and Thought Count?
by Rev. Linda Martella-Whitsett
Naturally, the question arises: must we worry about every fleeting word? Many New Thought teachers caution us to watch…
Why Banning Laptops From Airplane Cabins Doesn't Make Sense

Why Banning Laptops From Airplane Cabins Doesn't Make Sense

Cassandra Burke Robertson, Case Western Reserve University and Irina D. Manta, Hofstra University
How To Prepare For The Fainting Days Of Summer
How To Prepare For The Fainting Days Of Summer
by William B. Farquhar, University of Delaware
Over one million Americans faint every year, and countless more do worldwide. Fear, pain, the sight of blood or…
You Are Already A Healer: It Is Time To Reclaim Who You Are
You Are Already A Healer: It Is Time To Reclaim Who You Are
by Barbara E. Savin
My body was crying out for healing and for me to allow my passion and purpose to come forward. This was not an easy…
How Do You Find the Path of Joy?
How Can You Find Your True Path of Joy?
by Sanaya Roman
There are many life-paths you can choose, just as there are many ways you can serve on a planetary level. There is a…
Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Initiation Into A Spiritual Path
Alzheimer’s and Dementia: Initiation Into A New Spiritual Path
by Megan Carnarius, RN, NHA, LMT
Whatever life has been, Alzheimer’s changes it. It slows certain things down. It changes one’s ability to focus. It…
How Our Gut Bacteria Affect Your Cancer Risk

How Your Gut Bacteria Affects Your Cancer Risk

Hannah Rose Wardill, South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute and Rachel Jane Gibson, University of South Australia
NSA Tools, Built Despite Warnings, Used in Global Cyber Attack
NSA Tools, Built Despite Warnings, Used in Global Cyber Attack
by Nadia Prupis, Common Dreams
Disruptions reported in at least 74 countries, including Russia, Spain, Turkey, and Japan, with some reports of U.S.…
Malls Are Not Dead, They Are Just Changing
Shopping Malls Are Not Dead, They Are Just Changing
by Stefan Al, University of Pennsylvania
Today thousands of empty suburban malls dot the American landscape.
Finding Rest, Renewal & Delight in Our Busy Lives
How Can We Find Rest, Renewal and Delight in Our Busy Lives?
by Wayne Muller
Our culture invariably supposes that action and accomplishment are better than rest, that doing something -- anything…
Live A More Bountiful Life by Working Less and Earning Less
Live A More Bountiful Life by Working Less and Earning Less
by David Gross, Shareable
Nine years ago, I started living a more bountiful life by working less, earning less, and spending less. I started by…
How Abusive Bosses Make Both You And Themselves Miserable
How Abusive Bosses Make Both You And Themselves Miserable
by Alisson Clark, University of Florida
When leaders abuse their power over others, they end up feeling the negative effects, too, a new study suggests.
When Love Turns To Hatefully Ever After
When Love Turns To Hatefully Ever After
by Rachael Sharman, and Leanne Francia, University of the Sunshine Coast
It’s often said that the opposite to love is not hate, it’s indifference. Why then are some of us so seemingly fickle…
Why Bad Moods Are Good For You: The Surprising Benefits Of Sadness
Why Bad Moods Are Good For You: The Surprising Benefits Of Sadness
by Joseph Paul Forgas, UNSW
Homo sapiens is a very moody species. Even though sadness and bad moods have always been part of the human experience,…

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