Relationships and intimacy is an area of life where people go through many important and vital life lessons. Each lesson is needed and serves as an opportunity to grow and evolve. What many people are not aware of is that every time bodily fluids are exchanged, energy is exchanged leading to the creation of “energetic contracts” or “energetic cords.” There are ways, however, to remove these contracts/bonds/cords and other energetic vestiges that keep us linked or connected to our past sexual partner(s). The process delineated below is one method that will help you accomplish that goal. Begin with… This content is restricted to members only. To keep reading, please sign in or register for access.
As an herbalist of nearly fifteen years, I have witnessed and helped to facilitate many incredible health transformations and metamorphoses. Knowing the powerful medicinal properties of botanicals and the body’s innate healing powers, there is not much that can shock or surprise me, including people with substantial deterioration or loss in intellectual capacity restoring their cognitive function.
Yes, today we will focus on the brain—specifically on cognition.
Cognitive function includes a variety of mental processes such as information retention (memory), learning, attention, thinking, reasoning, problem solving, perception, decision making, and language abilities.
Over the years, I have worked with numerous plants that have been traditionally used in different cultures and parts of the world for the purpose of enhancing mental performance. Three of them, however, I have found to be nonpareil. When combined, they work synergically potentiating each other’s actions to maximize the therapeutic effect.
One of the greatest threats to the health of the modern human is radiation—a form of energy that is also known as “electromagnetic waves.”
It is important that when speaking about radiation, a distinction is made between naturally-occurring radiation and artificial (manmade) radiation.
To be precise, by stating that radiation is an immense concern, I am specifically referring to manmade electromagnetic waves.
Natural radiation from the cosmos (gamma rays), the sun (visible light, ultraviolet [UV], and short infrared), from terrestrial sources (rocks, soil, etc.), and from our bodies (which contain radioactive potassium isotopes), are all examples of radiation that doesn’t produce adverse bioeffects. In fact, natural radiation is indispensable for our health and sustaining life here on earth.
Conversely, manmade radiation can cause serious harm to human wellbeing. Although a large portion of the population believes that only ionizing radiation poses risk, evidence shows that non-ionizing electromagnetic waves are…
Your child doesn’t belong to you.
Your spouse or significant other doesn’t belong to you.
Your best friend doesn’t belong to you.
Your job doesn’t belong to you.
Your business doesn’t belong to you.
Your family doesn’t belong to you.
Even the body that you reside in, and the…
A new organism that develops inside the woman’s womb is essentially a product of the lifestyles of the people who conceived it. The quality of the woman’s egg and the man’s sperm, which are influenced by their physical, mental, and emotional state, are the ultimate determining factors of their future child’s health.
Those who intend to become parents have a duty and a moral obligation to take the necessary steps to ensure that their offspring is created with healthy “material,” and that its home for the first nine months—the womb—is a wholesome environment that’s free from toxic pollutants.
Here are eighteen important things all couples should do before getting pregnant:
- Ask yourself this. — Are you absolutely certain that he’s the man you want as the father of your child? Is she really the woman you want to be the mother of your baby? Don’t be too quick to answer the question. Ruminate on it! Take a week or two if you need to. If even the slightest bit of hesitancy enters your mind, then hold off on getting pregnant with him/getting her pregnant.
- Evaluate his/her values. — Are your partner’s values congruent with your values? Often, when a couple espouses vastly desperate worldviews, political positions, and attitudes of society in general, those differences can become a serious source of trouble later down the road. Such differences could be overcome, but it’ll require both of you to display a high degree of emotional maturity.
- Examine your partner. — No one in this world is perfect. Naturally, this also applies to your significant other. The fact that he/she has flaws isn’t unique, as everyone has them. The question is: have they been putting in effort to work on their flaws? Have they been consistently striving for improvement? If the answer is “yes,”— that’s a positive sign. However, if they have failed to endeavor to become a better version of themselves, then that’s a gigantic red flag. Having a child with them may end up being the worst decision of your life.
- Put away the weed. — Cannabis smoke should never be inhaled prior to, or during pregnancy, as the…
Most people are full of sh*t is because they don’t eliminate regularly.
If you consume three large meals a day, you should have a bowel movement three times a day.
This is common sense…or at least should be.
If you eat thrice daily but eliminate only once, you’re likely constipated. In fact, the average denizen of the developed world carries several pounds of fecal matter (mainly undigested animal flesh and dairy) in his or her…