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Self-Discovery – The Key to a Real Education

Self-Discovery – The Key to a Real Education

What if kids knew themselves – I mean really knew themselves? Ask the average school leaver who they are at the core of their being and they’ll likely say they haven’t the faintest clue. Heck, ask me eight years ago when I ...

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Why Sleeping is So Important and How You Can Hack it?

Why Sleeping is So Important and How You Can Hack it?

The importance of sleep and its relationship to our overall health has for many years been a focal point for various research studies. Continuous findings from these studies are of great relevance to our increasingly sleep-deprived modern day societies. For ...

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5 Fears Holding You Back From The Life Of Your Dreams

5 Fears Holding You Back From The Life Of Your Dreams

Worry is like paying interest on a debt that we don’t yet owe. It’s useless, wasteful, and ridiculous, yet all of us do it. Why? Well, it’s important to note that worry stems from fear, an evolutionary emotion with which ...

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10 Differences Between Children Who Grew Up in the 70’s vs. Today

10 Differences Between Children Who Grew Up in the 70’s vs. Today

As a child who grew up in the seventies, I’m flabbergasted at the degree of generational differences in health, medicine, food, safety, and general well-being of children. Don’t get me wrong, I love technology and all the advancements we’ve made ...

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The Politics of Hate – Deep Inside the “Red Brain”

The Politics of Hate – Deep Inside the “Red Brain”

Is there something politicians know that the vast majority of the US voters don’t? Some of them are proof that all they need to know is how their voters think. You don’t really believe some of them talk the way ...

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Empathy is Crucial for Human Survival

Empathy is Crucial for Human Survival

Recently a young Norwegian man asked Bill Nye what his perspective was on empathy in human evolution.  Not when it comes to our bodies but how empathy influences us emotionally and socially.  Bill Nye responded by taking an empirical perspective and ...

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Mysticism, Oneness, Spirituality, and Describing the Indescribable

Mysticism, Oneness, Spirituality, and Describing the Indescribable

If order to figure out who we are, why we are here, and what our purpose is we often end up exploring religion, science, philosophy and spirituality.  This quest can teach us a lot of things about what other people ...

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Lessons in Fearless Living: How To Overcome Fear In A Fear-Stricken World

Lessons in Fearless Living: How To Overcome Fear In A Fear-Stricken World

When you think of it, we still live in a fear-stricken world. My guess is that 99% of the human population lives in a fear-based mentality. We all know or feel this in some way or another. If we review ...

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The Great Lie and Four Ways to Stop Telling It

The Great Lie and Four Ways to Stop Telling It

The Great Lie is that this is civilization. It’s not civilized. It has literally been the most blood-thirsty brutalizing system every imposed upon this planet. This is not civilization, this is the Great Lie. Or if it does represent civilization, and that ...

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The Music of the Body

The Music of the Body

“Yoga is almost like music in a way; there’s no end to it.” – Sting When the body is working as it should, it is like a great symphony. Master composers can provide the perfect musical score for an orchestra ...

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