Studies on Plants Suggest Consciousness Exists As A Separate Entity From The Brain

Studies on Plants Suggest Consciousness Exists As A Separate Entity From The Brain When it comes to the topic of consciousness, it’s something, in my opinion, all living life forms posses. Including plants, and I believe there is conclusive evidence for that. In fact, the question of whether consciousness is something that resides outside of the brain, or is a product of it, has long been the subject of scientific debate. Parapsychological studies, which have gone through rigorous testing and according to statistics professor, Dr Jessica Utts at UC Irvine,…

Read More

Carl Jung Explains How The Cosmos Affect Human Consciousness

Carl Jung Explains How The Cosmos Affect Human Consciousness Astrology is an ancient art and science dating back thousands of years. It appears in many cultures, but as with most ancient wisdom, much of it was and has been concealed and forbidden from public viewing. Secret societies, both those whose hearts are grounded in the good will for all of humanity, and those driven by greed and personal gain, have also used this type of ancient knowledge. From Atlantis to ancient Sumer, Vedic astrology to ancient Greece, Rome, and Egypt, many great minds throughout the…

Read More

Verbal Assault: Another Form of Abuse That Can Be Similar To Physical Abuse

Verbal Assault: Another Form of Abuse That Can Be Similar To Physical Abuse Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. More harmful words were never spoken. Trauma research dispels the innocence of this myth. When someone says no, it means NO. Feeling entitled to continue to share information when someone says no is a violation. Especially when the sharing is an attack. Verbal abuse and physical abuse share commonalities. While violating words and emotion aren’t overt physical assaults, they still affect us physically through the trauma they…

Read More

The Power of Human Emotions & How Schools Are Failing To Teach Children How To Deal With Them

The Power of Human Emotions & How Schools Are Failing To Teach Children How To Deal With Them What exactly is education? Today, many view it as an opportunity to learn, thrive, and excel in the world. Others see it as a necessary step toward obtaining a piece of paper that ensures one’s entrance into the professional world. Regardless of your take on it, however, one thing is certain: From a very early age we are forced into a system that demands our presence and attention for hours a day and for…

Read More

Ex Defense Intelligence Agency Director Shares What He’s Learned About ‘Psychic’ Dreaming

Ex Defense Intelligence Agency Director Shares What He’s Learned About ‘Psychic’ Dreaming The most astonishing fact about studies within the realm of parapsychology (Psi) is that they are often shunned by the mainstream media and this comes despite the fact that they have extremely high amounts of credibility within the realms of academia. Parapsychology deals with phenomena like pre-cognition, remote viewing, telepathy, mind matter interaction, and more that fall under the label of extra sensory perception (ESP), and the truth is, there is no reason why these topics should not…

Read More

The Limitations From Accepting Things As ‘Normal’

The Limitations From Accepting Things As ‘Normal’ Quantum mechanics tells us that at the core of our reality there is energy – every potential existing at one time. It’s only when we begin to observe, or better yet define those potentials, that we start to see that energy take shape into what we know and experience every day. Within the wondrous creations we have on this earth that are solid foundations for experiencing life i.e. the planet, our bodies etc, we also have limitations that we create within our psyche…

Read More

New York Times Op-Ed Claims That “Free Speech Is Killing Us.” Seriously?

New York Times Op-Ed Claims That “Free Speech Is Killing Us.” Seriously? At the end of each opinion piece the New York Times makes the following statement: ‘The Times is committed to publishing a diversity of letters to the editor.’ Essentially, the pretext of this statement is that the New York Times does not censor or reject opinion simply because it is not aligned with the opinions of the editorial staff, and will print what does and does not resonate with the newspaper’s editors in equal measure. In other words, the New York…

Read More

Research Shows That Time In Prison Does Not Successfully “Rehabilitate” Most Inmates

Research Shows That Time In Prison Does Not Successfully “Rehabilitate” Most Inmates The basic idea of rehabilitation through imprisonment is that a person who has been incarcerated will never want to be sent back to prison after they have been set free. It is hoped that an inmate’s experiences while locked up will leave such a lasting impression that a former prisoner will do whatever it takes to avoid a second term. Unfortunately, research has consistently shown that time spent in prison does not successfully rehabilitate most inmates, and the…

Read More

What Christianity Looked Before The Birth of Jesus Christ

What Christianity Looked Before The Birth of Jesus Christ One of the things that always intrigues me is the historical basis for certain philosophical and metaphysical concepts. We often simply take for granted that the memes or ideas of our time have always been the basis for “truth” – and in our scientific age that can be a huge distortion. I remember when I read A New Earth and Oprah hosted Eckhart Tolle in a webcast series, and many people calling in wondered at his references to the parables of…

Read More

Why It Must Be The People Who Preserve The Flame of Liberty

Why It Must Be The People Who Preserve The Flame of Liberty By Barry Brownstein We are learning that the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution are not enough to maintain liberty. Freedom is maintained when a critical mass of the public acts in adherence to the timeless principles of individual liberty bequeathed to us. The words in the Constitution, explains Eric Metaxas in his book If You Can Keep It: The Forgotten Promise of American Liberty, “are merely deaf, dumb, and mute shapes of inert black ink.” “We the…

Read More