The Spirit in All Things
The Spirit in All Things... and the Entire World
by Nancy Windheart
It may surprise you to learn that things that we typically think of as “objects” or “things” have consciousness,…
Is Opening Your Heart Simplistic, Naïve, And Disconnected From Reality?
Is Opening Your Heart Simplistic, Naïve, And Disconnected From Reality?
by Alan Seale
To just say, “You have to open your heart!” can be perceived by many people as overly simplistic, naïve, and…
People Who Often Lose Empathy With Brain Injury Can Regain It
People Who Often Lose Empathy With Brain Injury Can Regain It
by Dawn Neumann
Most people can easily determine when a loved one is feeling sad or anxious. This recognition will often trigger the…
Just Say NO to Negativity
Just Say NO to Negativity!
by Jude Bijou, M.A., M.F.T.
When we don't express our anger constructively, we go negative with our judgments and feel mad because the world isn't…
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Remarks on the Green New Deal
by Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez remarks on the Green New Deal at an event hosted by the Sunrise Movement.
We Need Lots More Male Nurses
How Low-Carb Breakfasts Reduce Sugar Spikes In People With Type 2 Diabetes
by Jonathan Little
Keto, low-carb, low glycemic index, Mediterranean, DASH diet, low-fat: there are a dizzying array of diets claiming to…
Can We Turn Down The Emotion On Traumatic Memories?
Can We Turn Down The Emotion On Traumatic Memories?
by Kat McAlpine
New research shows just how pliable memory is if you know which regions of the hippocampus to stimulate. The discovery…
Happiness Doesn’t Follow Success: It’s The Other Way Round
Happiness Doesn’t Follow Success: It’s The Other Way Round
by Lisa C Walsh, Julia K Boehm & Sonja Lyubomirsky
Work hard, become successful, then you’ll be happy. At least, that’s what many of us were taught by our parents,…
Why Kids Need Freedom From Play Restrictions To Develop
Why Kids Need Freedom From Play Restrictions To Develop
by Brendon Hyndman
You may have heard of play. It’s that thing children do – the diverse range of unstructured, spontaneous activities and…
Shocking UN Report Warns up to a Million Species are at Risk of Extinction Due to Human Activity
by Democracy Now!
An alarming new report by a panel of leading scientists warns that human activity is causing the disappearance and…
The Perils and "Benefits" of Manipulation: Why and How to Avoid It
The Perils and "Benefits" of Manipulation: Why and How to Avoid It
by Jerry Minchinton
We can define manipulation as "getting people to do what you want without giving them something they value in return".…
Using Your Smartphone At The Supermarket Can Add 41% To Your Shopping Bill
Using Your Smartphone At The Supermarket Can Add 41% To Your Shopping Bill
by Carl-Philip Ahlbom
Are you constantly checking your phone when you’re out and about? Do you have trouble resisting the lure of ever more…
After Augmented Reality, The Virtual World Still Affects You
After Augmented Reality, The Virtual World Still Affects You
by Alex Shashkevich
New research digs into how augmented reality affects people’s behavior—in both the physical world and a digitally…
British General Contradicts US Claim Of Increased Threats From Iran | Hardball | MSNBC
by MSNBC
British Major General Chris Ghika, the number two officer in the US led coalition fighting ISIS in Syria and Iraq,…
There Is A Next To Zero Chance That Apelike Fossil Is Our Direct Ancestor
There Is A Next To Zero Chance That Apelike Fossil Is Our Direct Ancestor
by Matt Wood
It is unlikely that Australopithecus sediba, a nearly two-million-year-old, apelike fossil from South Africa, is the…
Caring For Someone With Dementia Is Stressful But Rewarding
Caring For Someone With Dementia Is Stressful But Rewarding
by Warren Donnellan
Dementia is set to become one of the biggest global health challenges of our generation. In the UK alone there are…
Baked Lemon Garlic Chicken
by Clean & Delicious
Baked Lemon Garlic Chicken is easy, juicy and full of flavor. This is a chicken breast recipe that will not let you…
What Is A Pre-Industrial Climate And Why Does It Matter?
What Is A Pre-Industrial Climate And Why Does It Matter?
by Andrew King, et al
Over the past few days there has been a lot of talk about the Paris climate agreement, from which the United States is…
Rose Yoga With Adriene
by Yoga With Adriene
Join me for Rose Yoga, a loving full length heart opening vinyasa flow! Allow your breath to blossom with each gesture.
are superfoods all that super?
Are Superfoods Really All That Super?
by Emma Beckett and Zoe Yates
Superfoods is a buzzword now part of mainstream food and health language, often touted as miracle foods that cure all…
Why You Should Listen To Everyday Life Wisdom
Everyday Life Wisdom: Spiritual Laws, Laws of Fate, and Spiritual Knowledge
by Barbel Mohr
Following is a list of tips, bits of advice, and wise sayings or excerpts, including fragments of spiritual knowledge,…
Early Detection Could Get Ahead Of Dementia Damage
Early Detection Could Get Ahead Of Dementia Damage
by Mikayla Mace
Scientists might have found an early detection method for some forms of dementia, according to new research.
Why Nanotechnology Is More Than Just A Buzzword
Why Nanotechnology Is More Than Just A Buzzword
by Upulie Divisekera
What does the word “nanotechnology” conjure up for you? I’ve spent the best part of a week talking about the term…
5 Things About Technology That Give Kids The Creeps
5 Things About Technology That Give Kids The Creeps
by Sarah McQuate
Children in the study described creepy technology as something that is unpredictable or poses an ambiguous threat that…
Cities Turn To Desalination For Water Security, But At What Cost?
Cities Turn To Desalination For Water Security, But At What Cost?
by Ian Wright and Jason Reynolds
Removing salts and other impurities from water is really difficult. For thousands of years people, including Aristotle,…
How This Mindfulness App Cuts Smoking
How This Mindfulness App Cuts Smoking
by Mollie Rappe
People who tried a new mindfulness app reported smoking fewer cigarettes a day, according to a new study.
For An Unlucky 10% Of People With Concussion, The Symptoms May Be Long-lasting
For An Unlucky 10% Of People With Concussion, The Symptoms May Be Long Lasting
by Alan Pearce
Concussion is a temporary disturbance in brain function following an impact to the head. It can also occur after a blow…
According To Plan? Not!
Not According To Plan? What To Do When Plans and Expectations Fail
by Mariana Caplan
When is the last time your life worked out the way you planned and expected it to? And if by chance a segment of it did…
What Your Ability To Engage With Stories Says About Your Real-life Relationships
What Your Ability To Engage With Stories Says About Your Real-life Relationships
by Nathan Silver and Michael Slater
The best TV shows and films don’t simply distract from the drudgery of everyday life. They’re places to vicariously get…
Why Companies Send Confusing Alerts About Data Breaches
Why Companies Send Confusing Alerts About Data Breaches
by Laurel Thomas
The notifications that companies send consumers about data breaches lack clarity and may add to customer confusion…
Why Some Patients With Atrial Fibrillation Should Skip Aspirin
Why Some Patients With Atrial Fibrillation Should Skip Aspirin
by Sarah Avery
The drugs apixaban and clopidogrel—without aspirin—comprise the safest treatment regimen for certain patients with…
Teenagers Need Our Support, Not Criticism, As They Navigate Life Online
Teenagers Need Our Support, Not Criticism, As They Navigate Life Online
by Joanne Orlando
Imagine you’re a 14-year-old girl on the train on your way home from school, when out of nowhere a “dick pic” appears…
A Guide To The Nanotechnology Used In The Average Home
A Guide To The Nanotechnology Used In The Average Home
by Cameron Shearer
As a researcher of nanomaterials, I am often asked: “When are we finally going to start seeing nanotechnology products…
How To Get Ready For Hurricane Season
How To Get Ready For Hurricane Season
by Jennifer Weeks
The official Atlantic hurricane season begins on June 1, even as many communities are still recovering from a…
Overcoming Abuse, Guilt, and Self-Abuse
Learning to Live without Internal Contradictions
by Rodney Smith
Many adults have a history of childhood abuse. As harmful as these early experiences can be to our psyche, an…
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How Body Ideals Shape The Health Of Gay Men
by Phillip Joy and Matthew Numer
Gay men currently receive little research attention when it comes to health issues such as eating disorders and other…
This Watch Like Device Protects Pacemakers From Hackers
This Watch Like Device Protects Pacemakers From Hackers
by Kayla Wiles
New technology keeps your body’s electrical signals contained, which can protect medical devices like pacemakers from…
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Why Students Need Better Protection From Loan Fraud
by Richard Fossey
A college education can set you up for a lifetime – though it can come with a hefty price tag
What Could Net Neutrality’s End Mean For You?
What Could Net Neutrality’s End Mean For You?
by Nicole Feldman
On December 14, 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to repeal its net neutrality rules, which…
Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias In A World Designed For Men
Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias In A World Designed For Men
by Karen Boyle
Feminist campaigner Caroline Criado Perez’s latest book is an essential if enraging read.
How To Stop Kids From Cutting Themselves
How To Stop Kids From Cutting Themselves
by Carlos Yu
I recently worked a shift in the emergency room at a Toronto-area hospital and was asked to see a 12-year-old boy who…
Doing Things 100%: Being Where Your Heart Is
Doing Everything 100% and Being Where Your Heart Is
by Alan Cohen
Anything that is worth doing, is worth doing with a whole heart. And mind. And body. I saw a romantic greeting card…
Misreading The Story Of Climate Change And The Maya
Misreading The Story Of Climate Change And The Maya
by Kenneth Seligson
Carbon dioxide concentrations in Earth’s atmosphere have reached 415 parts per million – a level that last occurred…
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Why Some Firms Are Getting Rid Of Middle Managers
by Massimo Garbuio
The trend of “flat” organisations is catching on at some of the world’s biggest companies. It’s easy to see the appeal…
Developing Good Attitude About Math Gets Kid Brains In High Gear
Developing Good Attitude About Math Gets Kid Brains In High Gear
by Erin Digitale-Stanford University
Having a positive attitude about math is connected to better function of the hippocampus, an important memory center in…
How Does Cutting Cities' Emissions Have Economic Benefits
How Does Cutting Cities' Emissions Have Economic Benefits
by Peter Newman
The politics of climate change in Australia has always been about the costs of change.
How To Be Patient and Tame The Monkey-Mind
How To Be Patient and Tame The Monkey-Mind
by John Cianciosi
Although there are many different approaches to meditation, all meditation methods share some basic characteristics and…
InnerSelf Newsletter: May 19th, 2019
InnerSelf Newsletter: May 19th, 2019
by InnerSelf Staff
This week, our authors bring you various tools to work with stress, anxiety, and nightmares (whether the ones in our…
Horoscope Week: May 20 to 26, 2019
Horoscope Current Week: May 20 to 26, 2019
by Pam Younghans
This weekly astrological journal is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you…
Achieving Harmony with The Seven Chakra Personality Types
Achieving Harmony with The Seven Chakra Personality Types
by Shai Tubali
Our individual differences and unique expressions all fall into seven major categories related to the seven chakras.…
How The Humble Potato Fuelled The Rise Of Liberal Capitalism
How The Humble Potato Fuelled The Rise Of Liberal Capitalism
by Rebecca Earle
The story about how we started to think this way about food is closely linked to the rise of the potato as a national…
Living in the Now with Essential Oils, Mindfulness, and Meditation
Living in the Now with Essential Oils, Mindfulness, and Meditation
by Heather Dawn Godfrey
Essential oils continue to be used—as they have been throughout history—for their protective, restorative,…
How Bulldozer Parents Create Psychologically Fragile Children
How Bulldozer Parents Create Psychologically Fragile Children
by Rachael Sharman
You know something though,” she quipped “compared to the WWIIs, the baby boomers, well … they’re so … emotionally needy!
Watch Out, That Cookbook Might Give You Salmonella
Watch Out, That Cookbook Might Give You Salmonella
by Jeffrey M. Farber
Foodborne pathogens account for about four million illnesses in Canada annually, affecting one in eight Canadians.
Congress Is Considering Privacy Legislation – Why Be Afraid
Congress Is Considering Privacy Legislation – Why Be Afraid
by Jeff Sovern
Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis called privacy the “right to be let alone.” Perhaps Congress should give states…
Why We Can’t Afford To Lose Our Wild Native Pollinators
Why We Can’t Afford To Lose Our Wild Native Pollinators
by Sheila R. Colla and Rachel Nalepa
Our research team is focused on assessing the status of wild pollinators, understanding the threats they face and…
Dancing and Spirituality: God Loves When We Dance
Dancing and Spirituality: God Loves When We Dance
by Johanna Leseho, Ph.D.
"When I have a problem and I dance, at the end the problem is gone!" Ultimately, I am convinced that it is the…
How To Control Anxiety and Develop Inner Resources
How To Control Anxiety and Develop Inner Resources
by Tom Bunn
What are some of the differences between panic and anxiety? In panic, a person believes their life is threatened and…
Learning to Manage Triggering Emotions
Learning to Manage Triggering Emotions: Finding Space Between Trigger and Reaction
by Mark Coleman
We are bombarded with potential triggers all the time. It can be as simple as someone not holding a door for us or the…
How I Use Mental Exercises To Ease My Fear
How I Use Mental Exercises To Ease My Fear
by James Kirby
In the last five years, I’ve become quite anxious during flights – especially when turbulence hits.
Lighter Caesar Salad
by Clean & Delicious
Making a delicious caesar salad is all about having a great caesar dressing recipe.
How Cyber Attacks Are Rewriting The Rules Of Modern Warfare
How Cyber Attacks Are Rewriting The Rules Of Modern Warfare
by Vasileios Karagiannopoulos and Mark Leiser
Governments are becoming ever more reliant on digital technology, making them more vulnerable to cyber attacks.
How Loneliness Is Bad For Your Health
Why Loneliness Is Bad For Your Health
by Jed Magen
This is a common picture in a family physician’s office. These ill-defined symptoms without any clear cause might well…
The Three Stages of Stress: Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion
The Three Stages of Stress: Alarm, Resistance, Exhaustion
by Marianne Teitelbaum, D.C.
The adrenal glands are responsible for our “fight or flight” response to stress. When stress is prolonged and the…
Take 5 Yoga Break! With Adriene
by Yoga With Adriene
Missed your workout or practice window? Fear not! Try this quick yoga break thoughtfully designed to connect you to…
What Research Says About Pros And Cons Of Popular Parenting Styles
What Research Says About Pros And Cons Of Popular Parenting Styles
by Rebecca English
What’s the best way to raise your child? It’s a question that has provoked the publication of numerous books, and seen…
Tragic Tale Of A Man Eating Tigress Tells Us So Much About The Climate Crisis
Tragic Tale Of A Man-Eating Tigress Tells Us So Much About The Climate Crisis
by Nayanika Mathur
The way that we live on Earth is causing an unprecedented acceleration in species extinction.
Catching the Wave: Timing is of the Essence in Life
Catching the Wave: Timing is of the Essence in Life
by Von Braschler
Have you ever noticed how opportunities seem to drift your way at certain times like big waves that suddenly wash…
5 Tips How to Grow a Ton of Sweet Potato in One Container or Garden Bed
by Self Sufficient Me
If you would like to know how to grow a big harvest of sweet potato watch this video for my five top tips on sweet…
Robert Reich: Socialism of the Rich, Capitalism for the Rest
by Robert Reich
Robert Reich explain how the wealthy and corporations receive billions in corporate welfare.