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Brainwashing; the Neuroscience of Racism

July 10, 2016 // 0 Comments

We are living in an alarming time in the United States with a drastic increase in cop killings and an abnormally high amount of murders of ‘Unarmed’ black men by cops. We are hearing of strategic ambushes to kill policemen whose goal is to protect and serve. We are hearing of black southern churches being burned down, black people hunted down to kill by a new emerging KKK group and young black children are being shot for reasons we understand to be as normal, rebellious behavior in white teen boys. Right now, you are being fed the cop vs. criminal subliminal narrative in media, specifically “white cop” & “black criminal”. Is this polarizing the American people? [...]

Why Young Americans Are Giving Up on Capitalism

June 28, 2016 // 0 Comments

You do not need a survey to ascertain the plight of American youth. You can look at their bank accounts, at the jobs they have, at the jobs their parents have lost, at the debt they hold, at the opportunities they covet but are denied. You do not need jargon or ideology to form a case against the status quo. The clearest indictment of the status quo is the status quo itself. [...]

Empathy and Weight Gain

June 28, 2016 // 2 Comments

Originally posted on Chakra Center:
Yes. They are linked. Most doctors and psychologist focus on the ‘depression’ aspect of uncontrollable weight gain, but the connection with extreme sensitivity to other people’s emotions is often overlooked. In the “spiritual community” there’s a permeating false idea floating around that to be spiritual means to look like a… [...]

Revealed: Why We Are ALL Abusers, Why We Are ALL Victims

November 19, 2015 // 1 Comment

In every personal relationship we will form throughout our lives, there will be a victim and an abuser. The abuser will push and expect this person (the victim) to do what they have always known as the right thing to do until the victim accepts it as truth. Then this victim now becomes the abuser in another tale. When I speak of the role of an abuser, remember we are ALL abusers and we are ALL victims. How can this be? [...]

Mental Healing – Is Your Physical Illness in Your Mind and Can You Self-Heal?

November 2, 2015 // 1 Comment

There is little time spent on some the more important factors to healing from an illness. We hear phrases such as “Watch your stress levels”, “Pay attention to your lifestyle”, “Watch what you eat”, and “Exercise regularly”, but how are all these things connected to one another? And, why are these things more important than popping a pill? The idea of wholeness, holistic healing, is often considered bunk, outrageous and new age-y. In truth, a wholeness approach to healing should be at the foundation of every person’s life and western medicine should be an advanced practice for additional support – not as a replacement to our whole body functionality. [...]

Why You Really Suffer in Love Relationships

October 31, 2015 // 1 Comment

It has happened to the best of us – we find ourselves completely lost in a love relationship with a miscommunication between our heart and mind. The heart wants to love deeply no matter the circumstances and the mind says “Run while you can!” Questioning yourself and your partner with puzzles like “where did I go wrong?”, “what is different? “, and “what can I do to change things?” The love was there. We both felt it! It was undeniable! So, what is the missing ingredient to every relationship that often eludes people? [...]

21 Life Lessons Learned from Adversity I Wish My Younger Self Knew

September 20, 2015 // 1 Comment

Maturity of the heart and mind does not come with age. Instead, it develops by overcoming diversity in life with acceptance of the hardships faced or by attacking your challenges head on. We live in a culture where most people stop growing in maturity after they receive a college degree or the age of adulthood. They think they know everything they need to know and halt furthering their education. [...]

7 Lesser Known Symptoms of Sleep Deprivation

September 7, 2015 // 1 Comment

Sleep deprivation is often an overlooked reason for many of our body’s mysterious symptoms. Obviously, no person purposefully aims to miss sleep hours, but we often underestimate how much a lacking hour here and there over an extended period of time can affect our body. Most people know of the more common symptoms of sleep deprivation. We know it hinders your mental focus and we know we can feel fatigue. There is a long list of lesser known symptoms that most people are unaware of. Be aware of these symptoms and see if you might suffer unknowingly from sleep deprivation. [...]

12 Quotes to Prove that Sometimes, Being Lazy is the Only Way To Go

September 1, 2015 // 0 Comments

In a world that values the hustle bustle, high ambitions, getting your hands dirty and participating in the rat race, we often push aside the value of stillness and write it off as laziness. If you aren’t doing something actively “productive“ at all times – you are doing wrong! Being busy is too glorified in our culture. Great people from around the world and from different eras have offered some dissimilar insights into stillness – being lazy. I have gathered some of my favorite humorous and profound quotes to help create a new definition to the cultural perception of being lazy. Enjoy! [...]
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