Meet The Theologian Who Helped MLK See The Value Of Nonviolence
Meet The Theologian Who Helped MLK See The Value Of Nonviolence
by Paul Harvey, University of Colorado
After this last tumultuous year of political rancor and racial animus, many people could well be asking what can…
After #MeToo: Healing From the Trauma of Sexual Assault
After #MeToo: Healing From the Trauma of Sexual Assault
by Desdemona Dallas, YES! Magazine
Within two weeks, 94 percent of women survivors will experience PTSD. #HealMeToo wants to give them a place to share…
This Is How Your Stress Turns Into Sickness
This Is How Your Stress Turns Into Sickness
by Sarina Gleason-Michigan State
Certain types of stress interact with immune cells and can regulate how these cells respond to allergens, ultimately…
How This Grocery Store Program Pushed Farmers To Go Green
How This Grocery Store Program Pushed Farmers To Go Green
by Danielle Torrent Tucker-Stanford University
A program of one of the five largest supermarket chains in South Africa, drove increased adoption of environmental…
InnerSelf Newsletter: January 14th, 2018
InnerSelf Newsletter: January 14th, 2018
by InnerSelf Staff
This week we bring you articles to assist in your journey of inner discovery and self-empowerment.
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Horoscope Current Week: January 15 to 21, 2018
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
In The Face of Suffering, Invest Your Heart and Soul in the Peace Within
In The Face of Suffering, Invest Your Heart and Soul in the Peace Within
by Maresha Donna Ducharme
If you were asked to take a moment to observe your choices in life through witness consciousness, what would you find?…
Minding Our Words and Saying What We Really Mean
Minding Our Words and Saying What We Really Mean
by Ellen Tadd
Telepathy is the language of communication in the spiritual realm. Imagine knowing the thoughts of all the people…
What Do Single, Older Women Want?
What Do Single, Older Women Want?
by Yvonne Hartman and Sandy Darab, Southern Cross University
The “great dream” of owning your own home is rapidly proving to be an illusion for many in the early 21st century.
How To Prevent Food Allergies In Your Kids?
How To Prevent Food Allergies In Your Kids?
by Jennifer Koplin, Murdoch Childrens Research Institute
With the rise in food allergies over the last ten to 20 years, parents are understandably concerned about what – if…
Is It Possible To Fly Sustainably?
Is It Possible To Fly Sustainably?
by Andrew Glover, RMIT University
Many will have just jetted back from a well-deserved summer holiday over the Christmas and New Year period. Plenty of…
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Home Biogas Is Turning Food Waste Into Renewable Energy
by Samuel Alexander, University of Melbourne
Last night I cooked my family a delicious pasta dinner using biogas energy. This morning we all had eggs cooked on…
How To Break The Chains Of Unskillful Solutions That Were Handed Down To Us
Breaking The Chains Of Unskillful Solutions That Were Handed Down To Us
by Ira Israel
There is no plan B. It is up to us to break the chains of unskillful solutions that were handed down to us, to…
6 Easy Ways To Encourage Children To Eat Less Sugar
6 Easy Ways To Encourage Children To Eat Less Sugar
by Sophia Komninou, Swansea University
A new campaign from Public Health England is urging parents to limit snacks for children to two a day, and 100 calories…
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana
What Jeff Sessions Doesn't Understand About Medical Marijuana
by C. Michael White, University of Connecticut
On January 4 2018, Attorney General Jeff Sessions rescinded the Cole memo, a 2013 document that limits federal…
Eclipses and their Seasons
Eclipse Seasons Are Times of Predictable and Unpredictable Great Power
by Sarah Varcas
Generally speaking, eclipses get a bad rap, no doubt due to the fear they provoked in days gone by when total eclipses…
5 Ways Work Can Help You Beat The January Blues

5 Ways Work Can Help You Beat The January Blues

Michaela Edwards, Lancaster University
Why Farmers Are Using Glyphosate To Kill Their Crops And What It Might Mean For You
Why Farmers Are Using Glyphosate To Kill Their Crops And What It Might Mean For You
by Ben Hewitt, Ensia
A common herbicide is ending up in our food, thanks to the growing practice of using it to dry crops in preparation for…
An Old Incorrect Paradigm Belief: There Is Value in Suffering
Do You Believe That There Is Value in Suffering?
by Danielle Rama Hoffman
It may seem ludicrous to think that anyone would want to create suffering, and yet there are times when your emotional…
Why Society Needs A More Scientific Understanding Of Human Values
Why Society Needs A More Scientific Understanding Of Human Values
by Gregory Maio, University of Bath
When we talk about “human values” we tend to mean important abstract ideals. Things like freedom, equality, security,…
Crazy Weather And Crazy Facts Making You Crazy
Crazy Weather And Crazy Facts Making You Crazy
by Robert Jennings, InnerSelf.com
It seems that extreme weather is becoming more extreme and increasingly common. We can't pick up one of the few…
If You Want To Lose Weight, Ask Yourself: Is This Really Self-Improvement?
If You Want To Lose Weight, Ask Yourself: Is This Really Self-Improvement?
by Heather Widdows, University of Birmingham
After the feasting of Christmas, January is a time of detox and self-denial. It’s when people start new diets, begin…
How To Become A Magnet For "Luck" and Success
How To Become A Magnet For "Luck" and Success
by J. Donald Walters (Swami Kriyananda)
Certain attitudes are automatically more magnetic than others. Willingness, cheerfulness, kindness—all wholesome,…
Is Warming In The Arctic Behind This Year's Crazy Winter Weather?
Is Warming In The Arctic Behind This Year's Crazy Winter Weather?
by Jennifer Francis, Rutgers University
Damage from extreme weather events during 2017 racked up the biggest-ever bills for the U.S. Most of these events…
Crying Elephants And Giggling Rats – Animals Have Feelings, Too
Crying Elephants And Giggling Rats – Animals Have Feelings, Too
by Emily Birch, Nottingham Trent University
Years ago, we believed that we weren’t animals and that animals were here solely for our use. Indeed, a cow was just a…
What Supplements Do Scientists Use, And Why?

What Supplements Do Scientists Use, And Why?

Simon Bishop, Bangor University; et al
A Healing Adventure: Experiencing the Comfort of Forgiveness
How You Too Can Experience the Comfort of Forgiveness
by M.J. Ryan
When the stock market plummeted in 2003 and I lost a third of my savings, I had a very hard time getting over the fact…
These 5 Tips May Help You Finally Quit Smoking
These 5 Tips May Help You Finally Quit Smoking
by Sara R. Lentz-UT-Austin
Quitting smoking is a popular New Year’s resolution—but many have trouble sticking with it. “Many people underestimate…
Why Your Morals May Be More Flexible Than You Think
Why Your Morals May Be More Flexible Than You Think
by Yale University
Disapproval of qualities people often associate with immorality such as selfishness, dishonesty, sexual infidelity, and…
Are You More Likely To Deny The Truth In Your Second Language?
Are You More Likely To Deny The Truth In Your Second Language?
by Manon Jones, Bangor University and Ceri Ellis, University of Manchester
Whether you’re speaking in your native tongue, or in another language, being understood and believed is fundamental to…
How We Can Remove Co2 From The Air to Avoid Climate Catastrophe
How We Can Remove Co2 From The Air to Avoid Climate Catastrophe
by Mary Hoff
With sufficient investment and strategic deployment, carbon dioxide removal and storage can play a key role in keeping…
How To Awaken And Realize Who And What We Truly Are
How To Awaken And Realize Who And What We Truly Are
by Lama Surya Das
Everyone says that they want to change, but who is ready, willing, and able to actually do so? Are we ready to give up…
Mimicking Life -- Improving the Odds and Our Lives
Improving Our Odds of Survival by Mimicking Life
by Ellen LaConte
We are not larger than Life, and we cannot live apart from Life though we have tried mightily to do just that. Life is…
Do Drugs, Gums Or Patches Increase Your Chances Of Quitting?
Do Drugs, Gums Or Patches Increase Your Chances Of Quitting?
by Simon Chapman, University of Sydney
Using prescription drugs or over-the-counter products like gums, mints or patches won’t increase your chances of…
If You Don't Have Celiac Disease, Avoiding Gluten May Not Be Healthy
If You Don't Have Celiac Disease, Avoiding Gluten May Not Be Healthy
by Suzanne Mahady, Monash University
Coeliac disease, an allergy to gluten that causes damage to the intestine, affects 1% of Australians. But more than ten…
Does My Child Have Autism Or Is This Normal Behaviour?
Does My Child Have Autism Or Is This Normal Behaviour?
by Adam McCrimmon, University of Calgary
For many parents, sorting the “normal” quirkiness of childhood behaviour from the symptoms of autism spectrum disorder…
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Kids Can Become Tightwads Or Spenders By Age 5
by Laura Bailey-University of Michigan
Children as young as five may have already formed distinct emotional reactions to spending and saving money, a new…
7 Regions Poised To Feel Climate Change Pain And What They’re Doing About It
7 Regions Poised To Feel Climate Change Pain And What They’re Doing About It
by John Vidal, Ensia
Climate change will not affect every place equally. Here’s what seven regions in the bull’s eye are doing about it now.
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