On Sat. Feb. 20 at 7:30 pm, there will be an event unlike any other: it will be part book launch for my new book "The Quantum Revolution: The Power to Transform," part Scenius, and also a … [Read more...]
Modern Medicine and the Lonesome Death of Glenn Frey: This Could Be Heaven or This Could Be Hell
When rock star Glenn Frey, the multiple Grammy Award winning singer, songwriter, producer and actor, who was best known as a founding member of the Eagles, died on January 18, 2016 at the ago of 67, there were not that many people who knew how seriously ill he was.
The cause of death was listed as complications from rheumatoid arthritis - something he had been dealing with for 15 years - ulcerative colitis and pneumonia. In November … [Read more...]
Itzhak Beery, Shamanic Practitioner, on the Gift of Shamanism
I sat down not too long ago with Itzhak Beery, a shamanic practitioner and author of the book, "The Gift of Shamanism," for my Interviews with the Leading Edge video interview series.
We had an in-depth and … [Read more...]
Saccharine and the Artificial Sweet Life
I told you about how high fructose corn syrup is toxic to your health in my prior article in this series on [Read more...]
The Link Between Aspartame and ISIS
A link between aspartame and ISIS? Can this be true?Let's drill down and take a look.Aspartame is the artificial sweetener that, although approved for use by the FDA and many other countries around the world, is a neurotoxin and poison and has been linked to many illnesses, including headache, dizziness, mood swings, … [Read more...]
High Fructose Corn Syrup: Poison By Any Other Name is Still Poison
In my prior article on sugar, "Sugar: Not Exactly the Sweet Life," I told you how eating … [Read more...]
Sugar: Not Exactly the Sweet Life
What is the most pernicious of foods? Sugar. Most people eat way too much sugar in their diet, and this is not a good thing. It can lead to health problems, and serious health problems at that. Eating a plant-based, whole foods-oriented diet along with good health practices and healthy living are important components to living a healthy life, but eating lots of sugar does not constitute good health and nutrition practices, and will definitely … [Read more...]
A Brilliant Idea That Is Making It Easy For Us To Help The Homeless
As featured on Huffington Post and TedX, The Street Store is a revolutionary way to help clothe the homeless, by giving us the tools to effortlessly open our own temporary shop. In October of 2014, we as a team organized a homeless lunch handout where we put together vegetarian lunch packs for the homeless in the heart of Downtown Toronto. Despite being simple in its nature, the experience ended up being quite the eye-opener for us, as we … [Read more...]
Crystals have the power to hold energies
The repeating chemical structure of crystals is said to invest them with a kind of memory. This means that crystals have the power to hold energies. You may hold a quartz crystal with the intention of filling it with your love. This is what is meant by programming a crystal. All you need is intention and focus. The crystal will remember your love, which will then permeate any environment in which the crystal is placed. Crystals can remember … [Read more...]
Did you know that a nap during the day can improve memory performance?
The BBC wrote about a University of California study comparing the benefits of 200mg of caffeine (the average amount in a cup) to a 60 to 90 minute daytime nap on various memory tasks. They found that a nap generally improved memory performance, while caffeine either didn’t affect – or worsened – performance. The promised benefits of sleep have even persuaded a few firms to allow their employees to nap at work. Recently software company … [Read more...]
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