Why Are Monatomics Sometimes Referred To As Starfire?

Throughout history, monatomic elements and their closest approximations have gone through many different names: manna, White Gold, the Philosopher’s Stone, etc. “Monatomic” is a name we can give it because we now know how elements are constructed, but another ancient name has stuck for these elements, particularly Monatomic Gold: Starfire. 

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The Mind & Meditation

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The brain is one of the most important parts of our body (Obviously!), but sometimes we forget to take care of it…Our brain is the center and protection of our pineal gland. Many factors in our everyday life can affect your brain in negative ways. Alcohol, drugs, chemicals, certain foods, trauma, stress and much more can affect your brain. This can lead to mental disorders, day-to-day stress or even just simply having a headache! Meditation is a tool that we can all use.

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Chakras Explained

Chakras Monatomic

Chakras Explained

In the human body, there is believed to be 7 Chakras. The 7 Chakras run along the spine but they are not physically seen with our eyes. Chakras are a part of our energy force and our energy force is what powers us. For example, our energy force is basically what powers us to have life. The electrical pulses throughout our body and our brain are all connected. Here is a list of all Chakras explained and the most realistic way to interpret Chakras.

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What to Expect From Using Monatomics

monatomic orme your first six months

The effects of ORMEs, orbitally rearranged monatomic elements (also known as monatomic elements) are mostly unknown to society. This makes it difficult for the new user to know what they can expect going into a new monatomic supplement regimen, but the effects are well documented.

How they impact your body can vary, but there’s a similarity of experience that cannot be ignored. If you’re planning on taking monatomics like Monatomic Gold every day, here’s what you can expect from the first six months.

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