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T y and his team have pulled together some of the brightest minds working toward the treatment and eradication of cancer from around the world and now they are revealing their incredible stories, results and trials to you. Read More
Alan Wilson Watts (January 6, 1915 – November 16, 1973) was a philosopher, writer, speaker, and expert in comparative religion. He was in the forefront of popularizing Eastern religions and philosophies (especially Zen Buddhism, Taoism and Hinduism) and making them accessible for Western audiences. Watts wrote more than twenty-five books and numerous articles on subjects such as personal identity, the true nature of reality, consciousness and the pursuit of happiness, relating his experience to scientific knowledge and to the teachings of Eastern as well as Western religions and philosophies.
W While most people believe Facebook connects them with the rest of the world, is it actually DISCONNECTING us from real life, nature and real friends? Is Facebook just an ultimate expression of narcissism ? A one big “look at me fest?” Should we delete our Facebook accounts and pick up the phone instead? This video might change your mind.
I Insomnia is a type of sleep disorder in which a person has trouble falling asleep, staying asleep, or waking up too early. These disorders may also be characterised by an overall poor quality of sleep. Insomnia is the most commonly reported of all sleep disorders and can have a knock-on effect on our mood and our productivity. In the video below Dr Berg talks about ways to reverse insomnia, depression and anxiety. We also provide supportive supplements below to help you change the chemical and nutritional deficiencies which are also typically missing in a person’s diet who is finding sleep difficult.
For sleep to take place, the circadian cycle which governs sleeping and waking needs to be working correctly. Many of us watch TV at night and then stay up late, this will cause burn-out and adrenal stress if done for too long. The light and dark cycles are important to stimulate hormones, they release vitamin D which influence mood and sleep and awake mechanisms, morning sunlight is especially important, so make sure you take advantage of it even for just 10 minutes. Our foods these days don’t provide us adequate amounts of key minerals of potassium, calcium & Read More
H hurricane Harvey is a never before seen weather machine that begin on Aug. 16th and was a tropical storm until it hit the coast of Mexico where the Wet Surface Water Vapor generators were able to intensely magnify and create the massive Hurricane into the Gulf. Read More
Since it was first described over 100 years ago, Alzheimer’s disease has been without an effective treatment.
That may finally be about to change: In the first, small study Read More
T take a journey into our lost origins as Dr. Scott McQuate explains how through his own developed exegesis who the God from the Old Testament really was and how the human race was Read More
D david Eagleman (born April 25, 1971) is an American writer and neuroscientist, serving as an adjunct associate professor at Stanford University in the department of Psychiatry & Behavioral Sciences. He also independently Read More
T the most common virus found in humans is increasingly coming under the spotlight as a driver of many of the mystery illnesses plaguing humanity today. In fact, about 50% of children have been exposed to it at a very young age, and by adulthood, it is believed that at least 95% of the population has been affected by the Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) .