Letting Go of the Fear of Pain and Opening the Door of Your Heart
Letting Go of the Fear of Pain and Opening the Door of Your Heart
by Ajahn Brahm
Fear is the major ingredient of pain. It is what makes pain hurt. Take away the fear and only feeling is left. In the…
Exploring Human Potential and Psychic Healing
Exploring Human Potential and Psychic Healing
by Richard Gerber, M.D.
Various esoteric sources have long suggested that human beings are capable of healing one another. Only in the last…
Congress for Life? The Problem of Careerism in Congress and a Case For Term Limits
Congress for Life? The Problem of Careerism in Congress and a Case For Term Limits
by John Armor
For our first 125 years, about 35 percent of the members of the House retired before every election, because they…
5 Food Mistakes To Avoid If You're Trying To Lose Weight
5 Food Mistakes To Avoid If You're Trying To Lose Weight
by Yasmine Probst and Vivienne Guan
Many people wonder why they’re not losing weight when they follow a strict diet and exercise routine. One possible…
Could Consciousness All Come Down To The Way Things Vibrate?
Could Consciousness All Come Down To The Way Things Vibrate?
by Tam Hunt
Why is my awareness here, while yours is over there? Why is the universe split in two for each of us, into a subject…
Feel Younger Than You Are? Here's Why You're On To Something Good
Feel Younger Than You Are? Here's Why You're On To Something Good
by Catherine Loveday
It seems that to some extent, we really are as young as we feel. But how do we know which is the chicken and the egg?…
How Many Women Does It Take To Change A Broken Congress?
How Many Women Does It Take To Change A Broken Congress?
by Wendy K. Smith and Terry Babcock-Lumish
The next United States Congress will have at least 123 women in the House and Senate, including two Muslim-American…
Now We Know Why Humans Roar
Now We Know Why Humans Roar
by Jordan Raine
Historical accounts indicate that soldiers have roared in battle throughout history, from the Roman army to the Red…
How To Make Sure Your Relationships Are Functional, Not Dysfunctional
How To Make Sure Your Relationships Are Functional, Not Dysfunctional
by Helene C. Parker, Ph.D. with Doreen L. Virtue, Ph.D.
A healthy relationship stimulates both partners' individual growth. A functional relationship is not a fairy-tale type…
InnerSelf Newsletter: November 11th, 2018
InnerSelf Newsletter: November 11th, 2018
by InnerSelf Staff
This week we focus on our physical health... though of course, since everything is connected our physical health is…
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Horoscope Current Week: November 12 to 18, 2018
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
How Can A Baby Have Three Parents?
How Can A Baby Have Three Parents?
by Jennifer Barfield
It seems impossible, right? We have been taught from the time we were young that babies are made when a sperm and an…
What Is Traumatic Brain Injury and How Does It Affect People?
What Is Traumatic Brain Injury and How Does It Affect People?
by Travis Wearne and Emily Trimmer
Adam was fortunate to survive a major car accident three years ago. He was in hospital for several months but had no…
The Importance of Natural Light and The Harmful Potential of Artificial Light
The Importance of Natural Light and The Harmful Potential of Artificial Light
by Anadi Martel
For eons, human beings have lived in harmony with the light of the sun. But only in the last hundred years or so, since…
Why Everyone Should Know Their Attachment Style
Why Everyone Should Know Their Attachment Style
by Helen Dent
If you’ve suffered from anxiety, depression or relationship problems, a psychological theory called “attachment theory”…
How To Control Stress Before It Controls You
How To Control Stress Before It Controls You
by Pankaj Vij, MD, FACP
Ultimately, the most effective ways to increase happiness, optimism, and resilience depend on each unique individual…
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Being Busy All The Time Is A Habit You Made. You Can Unmake It.
by Dan Pontefract
The current approach today is essentially we’ve entered into a culture of freneticism—that’s a Big Think word, and that…
The Qi Knows Where To Go And What To Do, We Just Need To Listen
The Qi Knows Where To Go And What To Do, We Just Need To Listen
by Bridgette Shea
Qi or prana is not just form, it is not just function, it is not just vitality, it is not just the communicator between…
Why Participating In The Arts Is A Shadow Health Service
Why Participating In The Arts Is A Shadow Health Service
by Paul Crawford
The UK’s Health Secretary, Matt Hancock, has said that doctors should prescribe dance classes and trips to concert…
Healing With Love And Finding Answers Through The Heart
Healing With Love And Finding Answers Through The Heart
by Marilyn Innerfeld
We do not have to become monks in order to lead spiritual, healthy lives. We do not have to be vegetarians, or wear…
Detoxification Therapies for Better Health
Detoxification Therapies for Better Health
by Gary Null & Barbara Seaman
The more toxic we are, the faster we age. "Everyone needs detoxification...because the air that we breathe is polluted,…
Why Young Women Say No To Rural Living
Why Young Women Say No To Rural Living
by Rae Dufty-Jones and Neil Argent
When it comes to migration trends, young people aged 15-24 are among the most itinerant in Australia. According to the…
Future El Niño Events Could Spark An Even Higher Wildfire Risk
Future El Niño Events Could Spark An Even Higher Wildfire Risk
by Sonia Fernandez
As temperatures rise, wildfires may get worse in areas that already experience them and become more prevalent in areas…
Soon We'll Be On The Edge Instead Of The Cloud When It Comes To Smart Tech
Soon We'll Be On The Edge Instead Of The Cloud When It Comes To Smart Tech
by Blesson Varghese
Time travel to the UK in 2025: Harry is a teenager with a smartphone and Pauline is a senior citizen with Alzheimer’s…
The Benefits And Pitfalls Of Working In Isolation
The Benefits And Pitfalls Of Working In Isolation
by Agustin Chevez
In October a researcher at the remote Bellingshausen Station in Antarctica allegedly stabbed a colleague. Some reports…
Food is the Best Medicine Leading to Longevity and Health
Food is the Best Medicine Leading to Longevity and Health
by Elisa Lottor
In a modern diet, we eat many foods that are not good for us. Because of the ease of preparing processed foods, we are…
Why Memories Of Your Parents May Have Long-term Health Effects
Why Memories Of Your Parents May Have Long-term Health Effects
by Caroline Brooks
Your perceptions of your parents directly affects your physical health and wellness, according to new research. And…
Why Do Vegans Have Such Bad Reputations?
Why Do Vegans Have Such Bad Reputations?
by Tani Khara
More and more people are adopting plant-based diets in Australia and other western nations. But also seemingly on the…
From German Trains To South Korean Buses, Hydrogen Fuel Is Back In The Energy Picture
From German Trains To South Korean Buses, Hydrogen Fuel Is Back In The Energy Picture
by Bianca Nogrady
As the price of renewable energy drops and storage technologies mature, hydrogen fuel is drawing fresh attention.…
Telling The Truth As A Means Of Healing
Telling The Truth As A Means Of Healing
by Abaki Beck
A new documentary shows how one state is confronting Native American child removal. We are left to ponder: Whom is this…
Consensus Reality: Are We All Sharing The Same Illusion?
Consensus Reality: Are We All Sharing The Same Illusion?
by Steven Liebowitz
Consensus reality occurs when others agree with our dominant conframes and we all forget that we're only dealing with…
The Best Medicine For Confronting Trauma Is To Be Present
The Best Medicine For Confronting Trauma Is To Be Present
by Laura van Dernoot Lipsky
Report after report documents how—despite more technologies aimed at connecting people, ideas, and information—people…
Caesarean Section Versus Natural Birth?
Caesarean Section Versus Natural Birth? All Risks Are Not Created Equal
by Stefan Hansson
Births by caesarean section are rising, worldwide. The latest figures (2016) show that 25% of births in Western Europe…
The Two Worlds We Inhabit: Inner World and Outer World
The Two Worlds We Inhabit: Inner World and Outer World
by Howard "H" White
Are there two worlds? Now, I know you think I've lost my mind. I'm too far out there -- He's talking about the…
Vertical Farming Sounds Fantastic Until You Consider Its Energy Use
Vertical Farming Sounds Fantastic Until You Consider Its Energy Use
by Andrew Jenkins
A company in Scotland has unveiled what it claims is arguably the world’s most technically advanced indoor farm.…
"Thank You For Everything. I Have No Complaint Whatsoever."
A Very Simple Method Of Enlightenment: Keep Saying "Thank You For Everything"
by Alan Cohen
A woman Zen master named Sono taught one very simple method of enlightenment. She advised everyone who came to her to…
New Findings Add Twist To Screen Time Limit Debate
New Findings Add Twist To Screen Time Limit Debate
by Jean Twenge
Many parents want to know how much time their kids should be spending in front of screens, whether it’s their…
How Safe Is Your Place Of Worship?
How Safe Is Your Place Of Worship?
by Christopher P. Scheitle and Jeffery T. Ulmer
Many Americans may be wondering what security measures are in place at their place of worship after 11 people were…
Accessing Divine Love and Opening Up To Love and Healing for All
Accessing Divine Love and Opening Up To Love and Healing for All
by Joyce Gerrish
Divine Love is the needed energy for our planet to heal itself. There are so many well intentioned people and factions…
Why Inability To Cope With Uncertainty May Cause Mental Health Problems
Why Inability To Cope With Uncertainty May Cause Mental Health Problems
by Benjamin Rosser
Not knowing is an uncomfortable experience. As human beings, we are naturally curious. We seek to understand, predict…
Why Taxing Sausages And Bacon Could Save Hundreds Of Thousands Of Lives Every Year
Why Taxing Sausages And Bacon Could Save Hundreds Of Thousands Of Lives Every Year
by Marco Springmann
By now you’ve probably heard that eating too much red and processed meat is bad for you. Not only is it associated with…
What Is Tonglin Practice and Why Does It Increase Compassion?
What Is Tonglin and Why Does It Increase Compassion?
by Andrew Weiss
Tonglin practice is rooted in the breath. If you can breathe in and out, you can practice tonglin. The essence of the…
10 Deadly Carcinogens You've Probably Never Heard Of
10 Deadly Carcinogens You've Probably Never Heard Of
by Andrew Watterson
Bad news for bacon lovers and barbecue afficionados. The World Health Organisation now deems bacon, sausage – and other…
What Can You Do If Your Child Is Afraid of the Dark?
What Can You Do If Your Child Is Afraid of the Dark?
by Sonia Choquette
A common childhood fear is fear of the dark. Many children become terrified of the dark and can't go to sleep in a…
All Life Is Family: Considering Deeply The Many Waves We Create
All Life Is Family: Considering Deeply The Many Waves We Create
by Sarah Varcas
On 6th November 2018 the North Node shifted from the fire of Leo into the waters of Cancer where it remains for…
How Your Relationship With Your Boss May Be Causing Stress
How Your Relationship With Your Boss May Be Causing Stress
by Matthew Slater and Martin J Turner
Everybody knows how horrible it is to be stressed out at work. Sadly, across the world, employees are being subjected…
Women Candidates Break Records In The 2018 US Mid-term Elections
Women Candidates Break Records In The 2018 US Mid-term Elections
by Jennifer Mathers
The 2018 mid-terms broke the records on female candidates in US elections. More than 20 women were on the Senate…
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The History of Qigong, An Art of Healing and Health Preservation
by Xu Xiangcai
Qigong, as an art of healing and health preservation, is thought to have originated as early as four thousand years ago…
How To Cut Back On Salt Without Losing That Delicious Flavor
How To Cut Back On Salt Without Losing That Delicious Flavor
by Jane Parker
One of the targets of the UK government’s new health strategy is salt. Your body needs salt to function normally, but…
A Game Plan For Technology Companies To Actually Help Save The World
A Game Plan For Technology Companies To Actually Help Save The World
by Bhaskar Chakravorti
Smartphones, computers and social media platforms have become indispensable parts of modern life, but the technology…
Hatred Is A Choice: I Hate It When...
Hatred Is A Choice: I Hate It When...
by Marie T. Russell
I find myself thinking on occasion, "I hate it when...." We use the word hate easily... We hate a certain kind of ice…
Who Lives Longest: Meat Eaters Or Vegetarians?
Who Lives Longest: Meat Eaters Or Vegetarians?
by James Brown
Our ability to live a long life is influenced by a combination of our genes and our environment. In studies that…
Why Reading Teaching In Schools Can Kill A Love For Books
Why Teaching Reading In Schools Can Kill A Love For Books
by Ryan Spencer
Reading instruction in the classroom is a key concern for all teachers and there are many ways to go about it. However,…
Affirmative Aging: What Can I Do Today To Make Me Happy?
Affirmative Aging: What Can I Do Today To Make Me Happy?
by Louise Hay
At the time of this writing, I am entering my 73rd year, and I am extremely healthy. Just because the years are passing…
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