The rise of the new age movement started in the late 60s – early 70s throughout the western nation and was cultured around peace, love and our own perceptions of reality. This movement is generally about how people are all of one divine essence. There is no specific Bible, a figure of God or rules to live by. New Age is about peace, acceptance and becoming true to yourself (ego breakthrough).
“I believe in the richness of life, that beauty is everywhere, and that laughter is life’s sweetest creation. This belief aids me day to day in being harmonious, happy, and loving. I seek knowledge and experiences which I share with passion.” – Christine
A new year brings a lot of wild resolutions, and if you’re like 99% of the rest of humanity, you’ve probably broken every one you’ve tried to make. It might be because you’re making the wrong resolutions: you can achieve something extraordinary if the goals you set are attainable, realistic, and help your whole body. Try and picture not just the next year, but your entire life; putting things in a bigger perspective can really motivate you, but also let you approach your goals realistically.
So don’t be afraid of changing yourself! If you’re the kind of soul who takes time with their self-improvement, here are some great ways to change your lifestyle and become a more wholesome person.
As we move from summer to winter, the days get shorter. The cold weather forces us indoors, preventing us from getting fresh air and exercise. This change in routine and the amount of sunlight we’re exposed to can negatively impact our mood, and it’s commonly known as Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD).
Despite it being most prevalent in juveniles, anyone can be affected by SAD, regardless of age or gender. But anyone affected by SAD can help overcome it using natural, holistic approaches. If one enters the early nights and colder temperatures prepared, they might even be able to prevent it! Continue reading…
Transcendental Meditation is one of the most popular types of meditation, and is known for its effective nature. It only takes 20 minutes a couple times out of your day to clear your mind and become psychologically healthier. It’s practiced by at least 5 million people, including Ellen Degeneres, Hugh Jackman and many other famous people! It has also been discussed on TV shows (Good Morning America) and with many philosophers, physicists, and other positions.
Sensory deprivation tanks may be one of the most relaxing things your body will ever experience. Some people call it intense meditation, a spiritual/near psychedelic experience, or water float therapy but all of theses are correct.
Stress is a major problem in our modern society. The way we’ve structured our lives, from work to play, leads to a lot of anxiety, mental conditions, and unhealthy habits. It can overwhelm us completely, making even little things seem like insurmountable challenges.
It’s not just a mental problem – it’s a whole body problem. Here are some of the way stress can affect you, and how you can fight back against stress before it takes over your life!
It’s a problem most people encounter at least once a week; they can’t sleep as thoughts rattle around in their brains, most of them negative. Our minds love being consumed by unhappy thoughts and memories, and these can especially come around just as we’re settling down to rest.
A mind that’s constantly busy can lead to a lot of ill effects in the rest of the body – not just a lack of proper sleep, but higher levels of stress, poor memory, loss of focus, and ways of coping that involve poor diets and bad habits. There are, however, ways you can quiet your mind and regain that focus, relaxation, and live your normal life.
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…
Everyone has his or her own psychic gifts. Some feel they are sensitive to the forces around them, and are especially attuned to the auras, powers, and emotions of other people. Maybe you’ve felt the stress and troubles of a loved one, despite them being across the country.
If this describes you, it’s very possible you have extrasensory perception (ESP). This is an overarching term that includes everything from intuition clairvoyance to actual precognition. It has been known to help predict events, discover past lives, and even solve police cases. ESP can be nurtured and strengthened, but it does require work! Continue reading…
Have you ever experienced events that happened at similar times or appear related but have no visible connection to each other? If so, you may have experienced a synchronicity. The definition of synchronicity is the occurrence of events that happen at a similar time or appear significantly related but have no visible causal connection. Which basically means that everything happens for a reason and one thing always leads to another. Continue reading…
The word endorphin is derived from two words — endogenous and morphine. Endorphins are the natural painkillers of your body. Basically, they are the neurotransmitters that are produced by your brain in response to pain and stress, which we all feel every so often. Continue reading…