After a long day of work, it’s important to take some time to relax and refresh your mind. Sometimes it’s hard to let go of all the stress and tension you’ve built up throughout the day. If you’re having trouble winding down, try these tips for how to mentally refresh after a stressful day.
Are you waking up groggy? Do you toss and turn in the night, unable to get a good eight hours of sleep? Is it hard to fall asleep in the first place? Sleep problems can take many forms, but all of them can affect your health and well-being. Sleep is essential for many reasons: it helps our memory, clears toxins out of the brain, and keeps our bodies healthy.
If you’re suffering from rest issues, you may need to change your daily patterns. Here are eight tips you can use to get a better night’s sleep!
A peaceful existence should be everyone’s objective, but it’s easy to forget about this goal among our daily challenges. While reaching this goal takes dedication and action, our five steps to a more peaceful existence are rewarding – and even fun – in and of themselves! Do them as part of your routine and you’ll find your life feeling much more peaceful, and your interactions with the world easier to manage.
Many users think that monatomic gold and other elements can only be made through alchemy, but this isn’t the whole story. These important particles are found all around us, including the plants we eat! Research shows that certain herbs are excellent sources of Monatomic Gold, including many popular supplements and remedies. Your favourite or new favourite herb might just have a golden boost!
When researching monatomic elements, you’ve probably seen the term “M-state”. Without context, this can be a bit confusing, but it’s an easy concept to grasp. The “M” in M-state stands for “monatomic”, because the “monatomic state” is the state of atomic isolation. “M-state elements” is a term that can be used interchangeably with monatomic elements, orbitally rearranged monatomic elements (ORMEs), and Ormus.
A common goal for yoga and meditation practitioners is something called ascension. Ascension is stepping into a higher consciousness and accepting this new state of mind, body, and spirit. Though not everyone’s journey to ascension is the same, there are five common steps that come with raising your consciousness.
Monatomics are also known as M-state or Ormus materials (Ormus being an acronym for “Orbitally Rearranged Molecules of Unusual Size”). These molecules make up a surprisingly high percentage of the mass of organic matter, but when these elements are isolated to their constituent parts through alchemical processes, they exhibit incredible properties. These properties are believed to work in your body at an infinitesimal level, down into the cellular structure, helping your body do more.
“Quantum Jumping” is a phrase that brings to mind a certain science fiction show from the 90s, but we don’t mean a whole body jumping to different timelines in order to have adventures. Rather, the quantum jump is more of a “shift of reality”, and the ability to do so can lead to rather startling insights about one’s self and the universe at large!
To read one of the most famous allusions to quantum jumping, we need to go back to the Hebrew Bible, Genesis 28:10-19 – the story of Jacob’s Ladder.
Knowing what the ancients discovered about elements is difficult. We can decipher ancient texts, but only a fraction of what they truly knew made it to the present day. Most of what they knew wasn’t transcribed, and what was set in papyrus, stone tablets, or manuscripts either crumbled with age or was intentionally destroyed.
But we have bits and pieces that give us a look into the mind and methodology of the ancient scientists. We can trace alchemy a long, long way back, and we can see that monatomics were very important to religious and medical traditions around the world. They probably even used them in important ceremonial rites!
Our brains are constantly changing, whether it’s chemical or structural. Our brains tend to change when we go through an experience. The experience can be as simple as driving to the gas station or as complicated as losing a loved one. The brain changes whether it goes through daily experience or trauma. People tend to say age can play a factor in keeping your brain refreshed but at the end of the day, no matter how old you are, every brain is so unique and wired differently. It’s your job to keep your brain refreshed!
The Big Bang Theory is the leading explanation to how the universe was created. The big bang is when a inflationary burst happens in the infinite energy field we call beyond our universe. This also traces back to evidence behind the “multiverse” theory, more than one universe. If there is one bang, then why can’t there be another?
Some researchers call this gland the “principal seat of the soul” and some researchers call it just another part of your brain but what is it really? The truth is that the pineal gland is located in your brain but is actually not a part of your brain. The pineal gland is the “crown” chakra and is located in the center of the brain, the brain is more of an outer shell to this very special gland. This gland also shockingly resembles the well-known “Eye of Horus”. Continue reading…