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The Science of Intuition: Our Hart Has It's Own ‘Intelligence’

We all know the difference between good vibes and bad vibes, but what is really happening at a scientific level when we talk about “vibes”? Or what about when we know someone is a bad person and can feel it in our gut, only to later ...

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When Mindfulness Hurts: Feeling Is the Key to Healing

“You start watching your breath and all your problems are solved. It is not like that at all. You are working with the heart of your experiences, learning to turn towards them, and that is difficult and can be uncomfortable.” ~Ed Hall...

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Magic mushrooms lift severe depression in clinical trial

Magic mushrooms have lifted severe depression in a dozen volunteers in a clinical trial, raising scientists’ hopes that the psychedelic experiences beloved of the Aztecs and the hippy counter-culture of the 1970s could one day become ...

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Natural Deodorants and Antiperspirants and Why You Should Use Them

Wondering why natural antiperspirants and deodorants are better than their conventional cousins? Here’s everything you need to know, including which natural brands work!

Whether we like it or not, it is part of our culture: we a...

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I Tried Crystal Therapy and Here's What Happened

If I told you that finding a boyfriend (or girlfriend) is as easy as carrying a rock in your purse, you'd probably roll your eyes and move onto the next story faster than Leonardo DiCaprio moves onto his next lady love. But celebs lik...

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10 Things You Do Because You Have Repressed Emotions

Ah, emotional repression. The tactic we’re all taught growing up, but loathe to admit we’re engaging in.

In a world that teaches us to be strong and unwavering at all costs, it can be embarrassing to admit that we’re actually ~f...

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This Common Fruit Juice Improves Memory

A group of researchers is claiming that drinking orange juice daily can improve your brain power if you are an elderly person. Surprisingly, it will take you just two months before you start noticing significant improvements in speed ...

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Transpersonal psychology for women's health and wellness

After raising her children, Marge Kaiser, who graduated in clinical psychology from the University of California, Berkeley, returned to school at California State University, Sonoma, where she majored in Transpersonal Psychology with ...

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The Case Against Reality
A professor of cognitive science argues that the world is nothing like the one we experience through our senses.

As we go about our daily lives, we tend to assume that our perceptions—sights, sound...
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“Advanced Life May Exist in a Form That's Beyond Matter” Astrophysicists Claim

Astrophysicist Paul Davies at Arizona State University suggests that advanced technology might not even be made of matter. That it might have no fixed size or shape; have no well-defined boundaries. Is dynamical on all scales of space...

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11 Healthy Habits to Follow for If You Want to Have a Long Life

Fifteen years ago I was being driven around Cardiff by a Welsh taxi driver who was intelligent, fit and healthy. He was around 80 years old and I asked him to share some tips with me to having a long and happy life. To that, he onl...

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The Key To Unlocking Your Personal Strength

There are two kinds of strength, in my opinion.

Perceived strength - arrogant and egoic, intelligence without vulnerability.

Earned strength - exudes presence because underneath that confident presence is a vulnerability t...

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The Most Powerful Way of Dealing with Toxic People in Your Social Circle

We’ve all come across toxic people before. You know, the type of person that can be manipulative, judgmental and inconsiderate of anyone’s feelings.

It can hard to deal with these people, especially if you’re forced to every sin...

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Psychological factors of erectile dysfunction

Erectile dysfunction can be caused by many factors and among them the psychological factor is a very important one. This factor can cause erectile dysfunction problems in many people. In many cases, it is a secondary reaction to somet...

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This Habit Can Make You Instantly Happier, Say Scientists

When you think about a mantra, you might envision a yoga class with sage burning in the corner and a bearded teacher wearing prayer beads. A mantra is so much more than that, though, and there’s science to prove it. By

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The Art Of Quantum Jumping: How To Shift Your Reality In Big, Positive Ways

The popular expression “quantum jump” is used in common English speech to describe a leap that is big—but to physicists, quantum jumps are tiny, discrete (indivisible), and abrupt. The idea of quantum particles is that they can exist ...

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You Are a Rainbow – Seven Levels of Intelligence

Epistemology, the study of knowing how we know, is fundamental to focused intelligence. Howard Gardner of Harvard University, and author of Frames of Mind, identifies multiple levels of intelligence: linguistic, logical-mathematical, ...

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Scientists Discover a Cure for Baldness! A New All-Natural Technique for Regrow Hair is Found

Bald men will be pleased to know that scientists have found a way of making hair regrow.

They may be less delighted, however, to hear that it involves tearing their remaining hair out.

In a series of intriguing experiments...

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What’s Really Going on in PTSD Brains? Experts Suggest New Theory

For decades, neuroscientists and physicians have tried to get to the bottom of the age-old mystery of post-traumatic stress disorder, to explain why only some people are vulnerable and why they experience so many symptoms and so much ...

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Open Offices Are Bad for Productivity and Mental Health, Study Finds

If you’ve ever worked in a cubicle, you’ve undoubtedly had one of those days where you have a billion things to do, not enough time to do them all, and the banal office chatter and various other distractions are killing your stride. Y...

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How hypnotherapy could help with Menopause

Like many women going through the menopause, marketing director Amanda Jones often suffered hot flushes at the worst possible moment.

At one crucial business meeting last year, she felt so hot and sweaty that she had to nip to t...

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Genetic Analysis May Help Diagnose, Treat Kids With Mysterious Developmental Delays

Genetic analysis makes another mark in disease prevention and treatment, as Canadian researchers discovered how it may help probe the cause of certain developmental disabilities in kids which continue to puzzle experts.

In new f...

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Reiki for Runners — Improve Your Performance, Decrease Injury and Recover Faster

Did you know that about 80 percent of runners get injured yearly, due to poor footwear, weak and tight muscles, inadequate core strength and overtraining? Every runner should apply the “10 Percent Rule,” which is to never increase the...

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