Monthly Archives: July 2016

GREGG PRESCOTT, M.S. (IN5D): “Why Are Spiritual People Generally Introverts?”

Originally posted on Circle of the Dolphins:
by Gregg Prescott, M.S. Editor, BodyMindSoulSpirit According to recent statistics, approximately 75% of the world’s population are extroverts but within the spiritual genre, the numbers are reversed, so why are spiritual people generally introverts? Society tends to mislabel introverts as being antisocial or reclusive, but this isn’t true. As introverts, we tend to…

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Astronomers Spot “The Eye Of Horus” In Outer Space

Originally posted on TheBreakAway:
Source: Ancient-Code.com July 28, 2016 A system of galaxies recently discovered seems to be hiding something very unusual inside the strange swirls that surround it. The three galaxies discovered by researchers are  7, 9 and 10.5 billion light-years away. It has been called the Eye of Horus due to the incredible similarity of the ancient Egyptian…

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7 Health Benefits Of Milk Thistle

Originally posted on TheBreakAway:
Source: HealingPowerHour Dr. Akilah Schäfer July 27, 2016 Milk Thistle is an herb that contains a few active ingredients collectively referred to as Silymarins. In this video you will learn the top 7 health benefits of this beautiful plant. Click the following link to download your free Milk Thistle Benefits Guide – http://www.celestialhealing.net/Freeb…

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Attentive and Calm: Herbs, Food and Lifestyle Therapies for Creating Mental Clarity

For many contemporary humans, work and play center on electronic devices and continual communication. With conversations that come in abbreviated snippets, fast-paced scrolling of images, and memes; continual multi-tasking has become the norm. We are energetically in three places at once. No wonder many of us aren’t fully here and feel challenged staying on task. In addition to a busy

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Creating Herb Gardens With Children

Visit http://www.kidsgardening.org/ for more fun gardening ideas at school or at home. Herbs arouse kids’ curiosity and interest because they thoroughly engage the senses. What better motivator for student investigations than plants that feel cool, smell great, and can turn mere tomatoes into pizza sauce? Their life stories, it turns out, are fascinating too. After all, these humble plants were early humans’

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The Magickal Garden

A magick garden transforms a portion of Earth into a living alter. Rather than landscaping based solely on superficial appearance or ease of availability {for instance, going to the nursery and seeing what’s on sale,} plants are carefully selected based upon the power that they radiate. Everyone’s magick garden is unique because the botanical power is combined with your own. There

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The Antediluvian Wall Of Texas: A Lost Civilization Under Texas?

Originally posted on TheBreakAway:
Source: Ancient-Code.com July 14, 2016 More than 100 years ago, a strange wall was discovered in Texas. Now, it turns out that the remains of this wall may have belonged to an antediluvian long lost civilization that inhabited the region in the distant past. There is a town in Texas called Rockwall. Most people that live…

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