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We constantly choose whether we sleep-walk through our life (successfully or not), or whether we traverse our life's journey with consciousness, making choices based on our inner truth and awareness. This week we discover "How To Use The Process of Awakening to Avoid Suffering and Illness", and "The Power of our Emotions and What They Are Trying To Tell Us". We revisit "Jimmy Carter's Truth Telling Sermon To Americans". I encourage you to listen to the youtube video of Jimmy Carter's speech... It is extremely appropriate for this day and age.
As we focus on healing ourselves and our world, we can use "The Healing Power of the Hum of the Humming Bees" and "The Modern Use of Phototherapy and The Future of Light Medicine". And if you feel that life has been handing you lemons or challenges galore, you will gain some insights into your experience by reading "Who Is Saturn? What Does Saturn Symbolize?".
And of course, we have numerous additional articles for you this week. Scroll down below for the links to all of this week's new articles, and of course, to Pam's weekly astrological journal.
Wishing you "in-joy-able" and "in-sight-full" reading, and of course a wonder-full, joy-full, and loving week.
Marie T. Russell
"New Attitudes...New Possibilities"
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Written by Michel Odoul
Difficult experiences cause us to reflect about what is happening and no doubt lead to us making the changes necessary to help us grow—provided we are ready to listen to the underlying message. Otherwise we keep repeating the same old patterns until we finally understand what our experiences are trying to tell us and change our behavior.
Article is continued here: How To Use The Process of Awakening to Avoid Suffering and Illness
Written by Erika Flint
We are very limited by what we can consciously be aware of, so to fix that our brain gave us emotions and feelings. Emotions are the meaning applied by our subconscious mind to any situation. We become aware of the meaning when we feel it in our body as a sensation - a feeling.
Article is continued here: The Power of our Emotions and What They Are Trying To Tell Us
Written by David Swartz
Nearly 40 years ago, on July 15, 1979, President Jimmy Carter went on national television to share with millions of Americans his diagnosis of a nation in crisis.
Article is continued here: Revisiting Jimmy Carter's Truth Telling Sermon To Americans
Written by Jonathan Goldman and Andi Goldman
In ancient tradition (Egypt), the humming sound of the bee was said to stimulate the release of super hormones known as the “Elixirs of Metamorphosis.” Doctors Meredith McCord and Jill Schumacher told us that the humming sounds of the bee resonate and stimulate various structures of the brain, including the pineal gland, pituitary gland, hypothalamus, and amygdala.
Article is continued here: The Healing Power of the Hum of the Humming Bees
Written by Anadi Martel
At the dawn of the twenty-first century, the importance of light for our health and well-being has been confirmed by modern science. Today there is a great confluence of discovery and invention.
Article is continued here: The Modern Use of Phototherapy and The Future of Light Medicine
Written by Aliza Einhorn
Although symbolism and meaning will sometimes overlap from planet to planet, each planet has its own distinct vocabulary and flavor. Saturn is no different. If I had to pick a flavor, I would say Saturn is sour, not sweet. Cold, not hot. Matter-of-fact, not passionate.
Article is continued here: Who Is Saturn? What Does Saturn Symbolize?
by Megan Lee
The more you diet, the more obsessed with food you become. Unfortunately, depriving ourselves of the foods we enjoy and…
Article is continued here: Thinking You're On A Diet Is Half The Problem – Here's How To Be A Mindful Eater
by Mark Triffitt
The percentage of Americans who say they “can trust the government always or most of the time” has been below 30% since…
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by Cornell University
Researchers have created a model to predict which civil online conversations might take a turn and derail. After…
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by Cecilia Sierra-Heredia
During recent summers, children living on the West Coast of Canada have been breathing some of the most polluted air on…
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by Caroline Knowles
Flip flops may look simple and cheap, but they are part of a bigger and more complicated story. Many of us may regard…
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by Leshu Torchin
British comedian Sacha Baron Cohen (aka Ali G, Borat, and Brüno), is back – just in time – with his new show: Who is…
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by Luís Fernando Tófoli; Dráulio Barros de Araújo, and Fernanda Palhano-Fontes
The vine Banisteriopsis caapi is one ingredient in ayahuasca, a psychedelic brew that Amazonian indigenous populations…
Article is continued here: This Amazonian Psychedelic May Ease Severe Depression
by John Schwenkler
Many of our choices have the potential to change how we think about the world. Often the choices taken are for some…
Article is continued here: Should You Shield Yourself From Others’ Abhorrent Beliefs?
by Kimberley Pressick-Kilborn
It’s that time of year again, when the noticeboard outside your local primary school is likely to read “Enrol your…
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by Michael Smith
Writing about positive emotions may help to reduce stress and anxiety, according to our new study, published in the…
Article is continued here: How To Reduce Stress And Anxiety With Ease
by Ayse Cinar
There are two ways of tackling chronic lifestyle diseases such as cancer, heart disease and diabetes: discover new…
Article is continued here: How Health Coaching Might Help You Reach Old Age
by Heath MacMillan
As you pack your bags for the cottage or campground this weekend, don’t forget to bring light clothes with long sleeves…
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by Vitaly Napadow
Acupuncture is a form of traditional medical therapy that originated in China several thousand years ago. Perhaps, they…
Article is continued here: Does Acupuncture Work By Re-Mapping The Brain?
by Tali Sharot
Some of the most important decisions you will make in your lifetime will occur while you feel stressed and anxious.…
Article is continued here: How Your Mind, Under Stress, Gets Better At Processing Bad News
by Keith Randall
Dogs’ ancestors in the Americas likely came from Siberia, according to a new study. The study also suggests that these…
Article is continued here: Thousands Of Years Ago, American Dogs Mysteriously Vanished
by Constance Shehan
The U.S. Supreme Court granted women an essential degree of reproductive freedom on on Jan. 22, 1973, by supporting the…
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by Tali Sharot
Many sociologists, psychologists and cultural critics argue that the rapid spread of exhaustion syndromes such as…
Article is continued here: Why Exhaustion Is Not Unique To Our Overstimulated Age
by Paul Osmond
A more strategic approach to urban growth can ensure our cities maintain adequate green space and become low-carbon…
Article is continued here: Working With Nature Can Help Us Build Greener Cities Instead Of Urban Slums
by Joel Finkelstein
Since Richard Nixon famously called for an ‘all-out offensive’ on the war on drugs in 1971, the US government has…
Article is continued here: How The War On Drugs Entrenches Patterns Of Drug Addiction
by Sandra Knispel
Strong sibling bonds can offset the negative effects of parental strife, according to a new study.
Article is continued here: How Sibling Bonds Protect Kids Against Fighting Parents
Written by Pam Younghans
This weekly column (updated every Sunday afternoon) is based on planetary influences, and offers perspectives and insights to assist you in making the best use of current energies... Read this week's journal here
It is also highly beneficial to reread the past week's astrological journal as it gives a hindsight view of the events that took place and may provide many "ah-ha" insights.
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