Spiritual Articles from 2018
Exposing Psychiatry as a Fraud from Top to Bottom
by Jon Rappoport
Posted February 27, 2018
This is an expanded version of my recent piece about psychiatry. It contains far more evidence that psychiatry is a highly dangerous fraud.
Regardless of what you think of Donald Trump, the deployment of psychiatrists to diagnose a person they oppose on political grounds is a tactic—not science.
In some cases, psychiatrists give favored individuals a soft landing—“Well, he’s suffering from bipolar and he needs help straightening out his life”—while in other cases these shrinks use their diagnoses to discredit and diminish public figures—“his judgment is impaired, pay no attention to what he’s saying, he needs treatment (toxic drugs).”
It’s the old USSR strategy, with a few cultural twists to fit the American landscape. More…
This Is The Scientific Way To Win Any Argument (And Not Make Enemies)
By David Hoffeld
Posted February 26, 2018
It’s not about the specific points you make, it’s all about how you position them. You’re in the middle of a heated discussion–or fine, let’s just call it an argument–and the person whom you’re trying convince seems unable or unwilling to grasp your point of view. What should you do?
For starters, you should realize that your odds aren’t exactly superb. Belief change, as psychologist and fellow Fast Company contributor Art Markman put it, is frequently “a war of attrition. There’s usually no one argument that can suddenly get someone to see the light.” Still, some fascinating research suggests that reframing your ideas can boost your opponent’s receptiveness to them. Here’s how it works. More…
This Tiny Mushroom Actually Kills Cancer Cells and Shrinks Tumors
By Cat Ebeling
Posted February 19, 2018
Mushrooms—often overlooked as a boring filler for dishes or a nice addition to your stir fry. Mushrooms have some amazing attributes, however. We’ve been conditioned to eat the brightly colored foods that are full of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals, while mushrooms often tend to get overlooked as a health food, as they are often pale, tan, white or grayish. The most common mushroom is the ubiquitous white button mushroom, but there are many more exotic mushrooms that contain some amazing potentially life-saving health benefits.
Enoki mushrooms, and other mushrooms with medicinal value, deserve much more research to fully understand how consumption helps to decrease cancerous tumors, as well as significantly decreasing death rates from cancer. Dr. Ikekawa’s important study and contribution of epidemiological data, and the isolation of immune-modulating molecules, have shown us that these mushrooms have an amazing power to help keep us healthy. More…
You Are a Sovereign Being – Time to Start Acting Like It
by Jeff Street
Posted February 18, 2018
There is a growing awareness and indignation about the injustice and inequality running rampant in our world, and growing interest in creating the better world that we all know can exist. One of the key changes that needs to happen to enable the transformation of our humanity is to reclaim our personal power to think for ourselves, to discern truth from disinformation, and to stand firm for what we know is right.
An important part of being truly free is the responsibility to be highly discerning about the ideas, beliefs, and attitudes that we choose to accept from society. In fact, we must be independent minded and confident enough to form our own ideas, beliefs, and attitudes — despite the pressure that society puts on us to conform. We must not just blindly accept everything our government, religions, teachers, and so-called “experts” want us to believe. Doing so gives away our power and allows the “powers that be” to create a world that serves their agenda — a world that might not be in our best interest. More…
by Rudy Avizius
Posted February 9, 2018
Life takes everyone on journeys…
The journeys may be spiritual or literal…
As we journey, we grow…
As you change, so does the world
Why The Little Things Matter
by Hey Cristina
Posted February 9, 2018
Some people think that the small everyday actions of the normal person don’t mean anything and they don’t add to the overall growth of the world, but actually they mean everything.
I think peace is the overall goal and ideal for most people. Even that guy that is trolling you on facebook. I truly believe that the majority of people really want to just mind their own business and not hurt others. Obviously there are a few exceptions to that, but they are a small minority and in an ideal world they would receive the help they need.
So, for this essay I am just going to assume that the majority of people would like to live peacefully at home and do their own thing. So most of us share a common ideal, a really beautiful one, but most of us do not take actions in everyday movements to achieve that. In fact, some of us work against our ideal because we either 1. Don’t see it, 2. Don’t think what we can do is enough so give up, or 3. Ignore it. More…
Authentic Organic: Always The Best Choice
By Anne Ross
Posted February 7, 2018
An ancient Roman philosopher once said, “The greatest wealth is health.”
Choosing organically produced foods has always been, and continues to be, the best choice in nurturing the health of individuals, our communities, and the planet.
At a time when consumers are especially concerned about the integrity and origin of organically labeled food, a familiar question resurfaces: “Is authentic, organically produced food really better for me?”
For starters, numerous studies continue to establish that organically produced food has an enhanced nutritional profile. More…
Reimagine, Don’t Seize, the Means of Production
By Stacco Troncoso and Ann Marie Utratel
Posted February 6, 2018
One of the most difficult systems to reimagine is global manufacturing. If we are producing offshore and at scale, ravaging the planet for short-term profits, what are the available alternatives? A movement combining digital and physical production points toward a new possibility: Produce within our communities, democratically and with respect for nature and its carrying capacity.
You may not know it by its admittedly awkward name, but a process known as commons-based peer production (CBPP) supports much of our online life. CBPP describes internet-enabled, peer-to-peer infrastructures that allow people to communicate, self-organize and produce together. The value of what is produced is not extracted for private profit, but fed back into a knowledge, design and software commons — resources which are managed by a community, according to the terms set by that community. Wikipedia, WordPress, the Firefox browser and the Apache HTTP web server are some of the best-known examples. More…
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