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Pineal Gland: What Affects It and How to Activate and Stimulate It

The pineal gland, which is located at the centre of the brain, is responsible for the production of a serotonin derivative known as melatonin; a hormone that helps to regulate and keep a healthy circadian rhythm (which regulates your sleep patterns), but

Tibetan Rainbow Body: Meditation Masters Dissolving Into Light, Recorded Facts

There is an advanced spiritual practice within the Tibetan Buddhist tradition known as the Rainbow Body practice, it consists of the practitioner being able to dissolve the course aspects of their body and mind into light at the time of death and even during their lifetime. Thousands of people have witnessed the amazing occurrences including stunned Chinese prison guards who have locked meditation masters away in prison cells only to discover they’ve completely vanished.The rainbow light that
Demi Powell

Near-Death Experiences, Shamanism, and the Scientific Method

In the past 20 years, the field of near-death studies has thoroughly documented the existence of this phenomenon. The field now appears to be evolving from a purely academic one to include an applied, clinical component. I discuss the overlap between shamanism and near-death experiences (NDEs) and suggest that the study of shamanism would be add to our understanding of NDEs and help with the development of an applied methodology. Although it may be difficult to verify subjective accounts of
Demi Powell

Life Lessons from a Man Who’s Seen More Than Ten Thousand Deaths

Rooted in the hearts of many Hindus is the belief that if you breathe your last in Kashi (Varanasi) you attain what is popularly known as ‘Kashi Labh’ or ‘the fruit of Kashi’—moksh or “release from the cycle of rebirth impelled by the law of karma”.Kashi Labh Mukti Bhawan in Varanasi is one of the three guesthouses in the city where people check in to die. The other two are Mumukshu Bhawan and Ganga Labh Bhawan. Established in 1908, Mukti Bhawan is well-known within the city and
Demi Powell

Reader Question: Reincarnation and Repeating Fate

Reader Question:I would like to know – if a grandparent is reincarnated in a child does that mean the child’s will suffer the same fate (good or bad) as the grandparent? Or is this life independent of the grandparent’s?First of all, let’s set a disclaimer no single person has all of the answers about reincarnation. The best we have is a guess, although an educated one.To answer the readers’ question: people are not bound to have the same fate over and over again unless the soul is trying to
Demi Powell

Tarot Cards Are The Doorways to the Unconscious, According to Psychoanalysis

It is generally accepted that the standard deck of playing cards we use for everything from three-card monte to high-stakes Vegas poker evolved from the Tarot. “Like our modern cards,” writes Sallie Nichols, “the Tarot deck has four suits with ten ‘pip’ or numbered cards in each…. In the Tarot deck, each suit has four ‘court’ cards: King, Queen, Jack, and Knight.” The latter figure has “mysteriously disappeared from today’s playing cards,” though examples of Knight playing cards exist in the
Demi Powell

Living Life without Regrets: Follow These 43 Important Lessons

If you want to live a personal and professional life with no regrets, follow these 43 life lessons, penned by H. Jackson Brown. In the Fall of 1990, Mr. Brown sat at his kitchen table, pulled out a pad of paper and began writing advice to his son, who had just entered college. Mr. Brown's aphorisms eventually evolved into twenty one books, including four New York Times bestsellers. With Life's Little Instruction Book, Mr. Brown became the first author to simultaneously hold the number one
Demi Powell

This Study Reveals The 5 Biggest Regrets People Have Before They Die

Do you have any regrets?Most people do. But it appears our regrets gain a lot of weight as we approach the end of our lives. For many years, Bronnie Ware – an Australian nurse and counselor – worked in palliative care; taking care of terminally ill people, most of whom had less than 12 weeks to live. Her patients were typically old people with very serious illnesses, waiting to die. And a lot of her work involved providing counseling and relief from the physical and mental stresses that come
Demi Powell