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Philosophy of Mind
The Grey Space We Fail to See...

    Some people underestimate spirituality or see it as a trend, but as Pierre Teilhard de Chardin said: “We are not human…

Archery
Archery: Indian Steel Bow

All through the ages tries different things with steel as a bow material have been made in different

nations. The Indians were the primary individuals, I accept, to have defeated the issues introduced by

steel and delivered a weapon, which,…

Archery
Let’s Talk About Archery, Witchery and Bowhunting

Any individual who has been engaged with customary bows and arrows and bowhunting can advise you there are profound feelings and sentiments encompassing each stage in the entire cycle. It could be conceivable that you saw somebody sling a few bolts, an…

Health Psychology
Boxing: From The Beginning to Present Days

HISTORY

Boxing is a game with an antiquated history. It was acquainted with the antiquated Olympic Games in the sev…

Healing
The importance of Emotional Expression in Chronic Health Issues

A chronic health condition and its associated symptoms and resulting losses inevitably lead to profound and fundamental emotional experiences. Loss of function, of independence, self-image, personal and professional roles, and loss of what was once exp…

Safety
The importance of Self-compassion in Chronic Disease

As part of the struggle with the fundamental and profound changes as a result of living with a chronic health condition, we encounter the sometimes-overwhelming feelings of failure, shame, self-blame and weakness. Instead of acknowledging the courage, …

Weight
The basics of the Shangri-La Diet

One of the most bizarre diets to become popular in recent years, the Shangri-La Diet was the brainchild of psychology professor Seth Roberts. According to Roberts, the diet was so named to conjure up images of the fictional Himalayan community because,…

Weight
How Graham's Diet Made a Revolution

On July 5, 1794, American Presbyterian minister and dietary reformer Sylvester Graham was born. Graham is best known for his emphasis on vegetarianism, the temperance movement and his emphasis on eating whole-grain bread; he did not invent graham flour…

Siddha yoga
Principles & Benefits of Siddha Yoga

Yoga is a practice that promotes discipline and balance. There are many forms of yoga, such as Kundalini yoga, Ashtanga yoga, and Power yoga, which positively impact the body and promote peace within the mind and spirit.

Siddha yoga is a form of …

Energy
Sacred Geometry Energy, discussed by Physicists

“When one understands that Aether, being the b…

Echolocation
What is echolocation?

What is echolocation?

Echolocation is a technique used by bats, dolphins and other animals to determine the location of objects using reflected sound. This allows the animals to move around in pitch darkness, so they can navigate, hunt, identif…

Grapefruit Diet
Grapefruit Diet: Is It Effective?

The Promise 

The grapefruit diet has outlasted most fad diets. People were even trying it back in the 1930s. Its fans claim that grapefruit contains certain enzymes that, when eaten before other foods, help burn off fat. The diet, which has …

Radionics
How Radionics help us

What is Radionics?

Radionics i…

Vinyasa yoga
What is Vinyasa Flow Yoga?

Vinyasa, also called "flow" because of the smooth way that the poses run together, is one of the most popular contemporary styles of yoga. It's a broad classification that encompasses many different types of yoga, including Ashtanga and power yoga.

Cinema therapy
Cinema Therapy: How Movies can help Mental Health

Can watching a film like The Departed help you cope with your own betrayals? Does The Queen make you think about your place in class and society? And can a movie like Letters From Iwo Jima teach you anything about war and conflict?

Proponents of …

Sports Psychology
Why Bowling Can Positively Impact Your Health

Medical advantages of Bowling has one of the longest and most extravagant narratives, all things considered, going back around 4,000…

Hellenistic Astrology
The basics of Hellenistic Astrology

Where does Hellenistic astrology come from? Hellenistic astrology got its name from the region and period in which it was practiced - Hellenistic Egypt during the Hellenistic Period. It is believed that the practice of it began some time in the 3rd cen…

Health & Wellness
Here is what Acne can say about your health

In Chinese Medicine, it’s thought that acne that appears on various areas of your face reflects health issues on various areas of your body.

For instance, acne on your upper cheeks is a response to stress in your lungs or respiratory system. …

Self Help
12 Reasons Why Old Souls Cannot Find Love

1. They have a strong sense of identity
They are confident in who they are, which means they also know – specifically – what they do and do not wish in a partner, what works and what doesn’t. While this is great in terms of being able …

Other Dimensions
The Ten Dimensions, Explained

What if you were living in a pond? You are a fish with eyes on either side of your head and all you are familiar with is the underwater world of sediment and vegetation and other fish swimming next to you. The sunlight comes in, dimmer and refracted, t…

Natural and Organic Beauty
Essentials of Skin Care

Beauty is apparently more than skin deep: The average person slathers, lathers, rubs and sprays, 10 various skin care products on his or her body daily --and since our skin behaves more like a sponge than a barrier, we absorb the nearly 130 chemicals w…

Sekhem
Levels of Sekhem

In the Beginning

Sekhem is a type of Ancient Egyptian Healing. Sekhem has evolved over the centuries and was taught as part of the spiritual practices in the Temples of Ancient Egypt.

Egypt was then the cultural centre o…

Emotional Intelligence
Discover Your Level of Emotional Intelligence & Boost It Righ...

Being smart in academia is not enough to become successful.

Intermittent fasting
Here is how to start Intermittent Fasting

I have experience with intermittent fasting for more than a year.

I don't eat breakfast each day and eat two meals, the first around 1pm and the second around 8pm. Afterwards, I fast for 16 hours until I begin eating again the next day at 1pm.