Tag: consciousness

Food and Love In the Time of Corporatocracy

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Trapped in a food desert, deep in the South, there’s a depressing burger joint pretending to be a a retro “Drive-In” blast from the past. It is in fact a bleak vision into a corporate Idiocracy. A corporatocracy for the masses. In this monochromatic human corral, the underpaid workers miserably slop cold burgers…

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Another Facebook Executive Issues Warning About its Disastrous Effect on Psychology and Society

By Vic Bishop “I think we have created tools that are ripping apart the social fabric of how society works.” ~Chamath Palihapitiya In a recent talk with the Stanford Graduate School of Business, former vice-president of user growth for Facebook, Chamath Palihapitiya, made some rather startling comments about the impact Facebook and social media are…

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Taking The Public Out Of “Public Health” To Reclaim Freedom

By Rosanne Lindsay There are no mandates in a free society. There is only choice. Today, mandates are what is on the Public Health menu. However, before you take your pitchfork to the bureaucrats, ask yourself this: To achieve freedom, is it better to dismantle the mandate or deconstruct the language? If you attempt to dismantle…

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8 Inspiring Steps to Live a Healthier Life and Naturally Avoid Disease

By Phillip Schneider Your health is one of the most important things that you can focus on throughout your life. Unfortunately, not everyone takes it very seriously and many people live much of their lives feeling lethargic and in full of pain. Despite the fact that food and medicine is more readily available than at…

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5 Weird Mood Hacks Sure to Quickly Lift You Up

By Heather Callaghan, Editor Some of us face depression like it’s a daily fact of life. For some it’s a vague, but undiscriminating heaviness that comes and goes like a dark cloud. Some use metaphors to describe their feelings like a black hole – for others it’s a “pit of despair” and still others feel as though…

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Do You Daydream? You Are An Intelligent Person, Study Shows

By Natural Blaze Daydreaming is good. It means you’re smart Brain study suggests mind wandering at work and home may not be as bad as you might think Daydreamers are made to feel their behavior is “deficient” and a sign of “laziness or craziness” but a new study from the Georgia Institute of Technology suggests…

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These Specific Techniques Allow You To Control Your Dreams

By April McCarthy New research at the University of Adelaide has found that a specific combination of techniques will increase people’s chances of having lucid dreams, in which the dreamer is aware they’re dreaming while it’s still happening and can control the experience. Dreams have fascinated philosophers for thousands of years, but only recently have…

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American Heart Association Says Meditation May Reduce Heart Disease

By Derrick Broze The American Heart Association has released a statement recommending meditation as a way to potentially reduce the risk of heart disease. The American Heart Association has joined the chorus of voices recognizing the benefits of a regular meditation practice. In a statement titled, “Meditation and Cardiovascular Risk Reduction: A Scientific Statement From…

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Man Responds After 15 Year Vegetative State Following Nerve Implant

By Aaron Kesel, Natural Blaze Stimulation of a vital nerve in the body, the vagus nerve, allowed a patient who had been in a vegetative state for 15 years to become consciously aware, The Guardian reported. The treatment contradicts other studies that have determined there is no possibility of a patient recovering consciousness if they have been in PVS…

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