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Awaken Interviews Karen Hoza - Pt 3 - Only From A Position Of Non-Ego, Can We Truly Be Of Service

Donna Quesada: So exciting. Number Seven. Earth Keepers. AlaKaren Hoza: Earth Keepers Rite. So, the Earth Keepers Rite was the Rite that came down in the 50’s that we were talking about earlier, that was not really… it hadn’t really been out and about. And the Earth Keepers Rite is the Rite that connects us […]

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Do You Sleep on Your Back or Side?

by Christian Moro: After 50 years of research, eminent Stanford University sleep researcher William Dement reportedly said the only solid explanation he knows for why we sleep is “because we get sleepy”… Even though sleep may be, as one researcher put it, “the only major behavior in search of a function”, it clearly does matter for our health and wellbeing. […]

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Asking one simple question can entirely change how you feel

by Christian Waugh: The pursuit of happiness is many people’s primary goal in life, and a subject that’s occupied countless philosophers and psychologists over the millennia… It is usually painted as an effortful and difficult aim to accomplish, especially in trying times. Indeed, it’s through their promises to help us reach a happier place that […]

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Why I’m Into Meditation

by Bill Gates: Andy Puddicombe has written a great guide to focusing your thoughts… I stopped listening to music and watching TV in my 20s. It sounds extreme, but I did it because I thought they would just distract me from thinking about software. That blackout period lasted only about five years, and these days […]

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There's Trouble Bubbling Up in Newly Formed Alaskan Lakes, And Scientists Are Worried

by Marianne Guenot: Lakes appearing in Alaska because of melting permafrost are “belching” methane into the atmosphere, a scientist working with NASA said… These lakes, called thermokarsts, are so full of the climate-damaging gas that it can be seen bubbling to the surface. More and more of these lakes are appearing as Alaska’s permafrost thaws […]

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Coffee Lowers Risk Of Heart Problems And Early Death

by Sandee LaMotte: “The results suggest that mild to moderate intake of ground, instant and decaffeinated coffee should be considered part of a healthy lifestyle,” said study author Peter Kistler… head of clinical electrophysiology research at the Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute and head of electrophysiology at Alfred Hospital in Melbourne. Researchers found “significant reductions” […]

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Hubble And Webb Pics Reveal DART Impact Was Even Bigger Than Expected

The James Webb and Hubble telescopes on Thursday revealed their first images of a spacecraft deliberately smashing into an asteroid, as astronomers indicated that the impact looks to have been much greater than expected… The world’s telescopes turned their gaze towards the space rock Dimorphos earlier this week for a historic test of Earth’s ability to […]

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Why Do We Laugh? New Study Suggests It May Be a Survival Strategy

by Carlos Bellieni: Until now, several theories have sought to explain what makes something funny enough to make us laugh… These include transgression (something forbidden), puncturing a sense of arrogance or superiority (mockery), and incongruity – the presence of two incompatible meanings in the same situation. I decided to review all the available literature on laughter […]

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Awaken Interviews Karen Hoza Pt 2 - Homo Sapiens Into Homo Luminous

Donna Quesada: So, then the second rite would be Bands of Power? The Bands of Power of Protection? Karen Hoza: And what this is… is energetic bands that represent the elements. Elements of earth and water and fire and air and spirit. These are woven into our energy field. They are woven into our luminous […]

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Ancient Maya Cities Appear to Have Been Riddled With Mercury Pollution

by Mike Mcrae: Toxic levels of a pollutant commonly associated with the wastes of modern industry have been uncovered amid the most unlikely of archaeological sites… Long before conquistadors from far-off lands introduced the decay of war and disease, Maya cultures were dusting the soils of their urban centers with the heavy metal mercury. The element’s levels […]