I’m the mother of an adorable 5 ½ month old, and there is nothing like the innocence of a newborn child to bring out the warm and fuzzy feelings of unconditional love. I think it’s sublime when he coos and smiles, but his stinky diapers and frustrated grunts are just as endearing. I’m also the mother of a 21-year old who has suffered from a failure to launch for a number of reasons, some his fault, and some, Read More
“Kindness is the light that dissolves all walls between souls, families, and nations.” ~ Paramahansa Yogananda
What if the cure for your cold was opening a door for a complete stranger? Or watering your neighbor’s roses while they are away on vacation when you notice them wilting? How about stopping your headache by putting some spare change in someone’s parking meter when it is abou Read More
This article was originally published at Collective Evolution
There have been numerous studies detailing what happens to the brain in long-term meditators, but what exactly happens to people who meditate for the first time?
Sara Lazar, a Harvard researcher, has gained quite some notoriety detailing how the brain actually grows grey matter when people meditate. Other studies have shown that meditat Read More
One of the most notable, and outspoken champions for non-GMO farming practices, seed saving, and food sovereignty for the people of the world has been subject to a vile smear campaign led by Conde Naste who owns the New Yorker, GQ Magazine, and Bon Appetite. The mega-publishing company has made it their personal quest to defame her, and her tour de force action against biotech maneuvers against the planet. No matte Read More
This article originally appeared at Waking Times
“In the great teaching of the Vedas, there is no touch of sectarianism. It is of all ages, climes and nationalities and is the royal road for the attainment of the Great Knowledge.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
Yoga has reached an apex since its emergence, from at least pre-3000 B.C. based on archeological findings, amalgamating the lush heritage of the East with Read More
By: Christina Sarich
This article was originally posted at Natural Society
Our genes have long been ballyhooed as either a death-sentence or the Midas touch of genius, bestowing upon us pristine health and an agile mind, or the deterministic outcome of cancer, neurological disease, or various other birth defects. But what if there was something else helping to determine our fate?
What if our ge Read More