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This week we look at life through the lenses of science and spirituality. While some may question whether such "esoteric sciences" as astrology, numerology, ESP, and healing energy are true science, I believe that everything is connected, has a purpose, and can be used on our life's journey for enlightenment and well-being. The results often depend on our openness to new ideas, as well as being willing to accept alternative and non-traditional methods and beliefs.
Every day we have a new opportunity to either continue on the path we are on, or to step onto a new path. Sarah Varcas shines light on our choices in "A New Dawn, A New Moon, and A Clearer Path Ahead". The authors of a new book entitled "The Premonition Code" explain precognitive abilities in "Seeing Into the Future and Ahead of Yourself?"
To facilitate any changes we wish to embark upon, it's helpful to learn "How To Access More Energy and Mind Power". We may also need to step out of our traditional beliefs and teachings, and discover new mindsets and attitudes for "Healing The World: Beyond Science, Religion, and Materialism". Dan Millman, in the 25th anniversary edition of his book "The Life You Were Born to Live", introduces numerous Laws of Spirit that assist us along our way in "Fulfilling Our Individual Destiny: Spiritual Laws and Life Purpose".
And of course, we also bring you numerous articles on a variety of topics. Scroll down below for the short intros and the links to this week's new articles.
Wishing you enjoyable insightful reading, and of course a wonder-full, joy-full, and loving week.
Marie T. Russell
"New Attitudes...New Possibilities"
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NEW ARTICLES THIS WEEK
Written by Sarah Varcas
If you’ve felt confused in recent days (Neptune has been opposing the Sun so it’s quite likely!), this Moon sets out a clearer path ahead which starts right where we are, not in some distant place we think we should be by now! Delusions or self-deceptions are cast aside by this moon. We can see ourselves as we truly are and in doing so identify what’s needed to address challenges and capitalise on blessings.
Article is continued here: A New Dawn, A New Moon, and A Clearer Path Ahead
Written by Theresa Cheung and Dr. Julia Mossbridge
Have you ever had a feeling something was definitely going to happen and it actually does? Have you ever had a dream and then seen it play out in your daily life? Have you ever avoided something horrible by listening to your intuition, even if you didn’t know what you were avoiding at the time? Chances are you probably dismissed such flashforwards as coincidence, but we all have the potential to sense and change our futures.
Article is continued here: Seeing Into the Future and Ahead of Yourself?
Written by Anna Comerford
You are made of energy that is constantly vibrating. This energy is changeable and transformative. It is amazing how our body, mind and soul has the ability to heal and change. Watching people change, heal and transform has been one of the most humbling and exciting experiences of my life.
Article is continued here: How To Access More Energy and Mind Power
Written by Steve Taylor
As an academic - a researcher and senior lecturer at a university in the UK - people are often surprised by my unorthodox views on the nature of life, and of the world. For example, when I mention to colleagues that I’m open-minded about the possibility of some form of life after death, or that I believe in the possibility of paranormal phenomena such as telepathy or pre-cognition, they look at me as if I’ve told them I’m going to give up academia and become a truck driver.
Article is continued here: Healing The World: Beyond Science, Religion, and Materialism
Written by Dan Millman
Human laws form a basis of social agreement and social order, but human laws are only pale reflections of a higher order of laws sewn into the fabric of existence. These laws govern the movement of the Earth, the cycle of seasons, the forces of nature, and the structure of the atom itself. The great laws existed before humanity, before nature.
Article is continued here: Fulfilling Our Individual Destiny: Spiritual Laws and Life Purpose
by Hui-Fern Koay and Jesseka Chadderton
No matter how much we try to minimise our exposure to respiratory viruses, it’s far more difficult in winter when we…
Article is continued here: A Strong Immune System Helps Ward Off Colds And Flu, But It's Not The Only Factor
by Anthony Frederick Lucas
The gaming industry is big business in the U.S., contributing an estimated US$240 billion to the economy each year…
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by Elizabeth Williams and Mary Galea
Supervised, awake tummy time is recommended to facilitate a baby’s development and minimize flat head syndrome. But…
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by Sophie Mitra
GDP – or gross domestic product – is the rate at which the total value of goods and services produced in the U.S. grew.…
Article is continued here: Why We All Need To Stop Obsessing Over GDP
by James Devitt
American workers’ occupational status reflects that of their parents more than previously known, a new study shows. The…
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by Greta Guest
Leftovers may be throwing off your sense of how much you’ve actually eaten and how much you need to exercise,…
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by Steven Pinker
In his book Enlightenment Now, Pinker makes the case that Enlightenment principles of reason, science and humanism are…
Article is continued here: Steven Pinker: Enlightenment Now
by Jack-Morgan Mizell
Anyone who has spent time around teenagers knows they don’t always consider the full consequences of their actions.…
Article is continued here: What Were You Thinking!?!?
by Janet Bultitude
The brain has no nociceptors – the nerves that detect damage or threat of damage to our body and signal this to the…
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by John Speakman
Worldwide obesity has tripled since 1975, with 1.9 billion adults considered overweight. The condition now kills more…
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by Jon Ly Mike Armour, Jane Chalmers, and Melissa Parker
Nine in ten young women experience the cramping or stabbing of period pain just before their monthly bleed or as it…
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by Jerry Z Muller
More and more companies, government agencies, educational institutions and philanthropic organisations are today in the…
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by Brett Bryan and Lei Gao
A good news story about China’s environment is something you don’t hear every day. But a major review published today…
Article is continued here: What We Can Learn From China’s Fight Against Environmental Ruin
by Daniel R. Weinberger
The real danger of separating children from parents is not the psychological stress – it’s the biological time bomb..…
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by Douglas W. Jones
As voters prepare to cast their ballots in the November midterm elections, it’s clear that U.S. voting is under…
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by Clare Collins
Last week I had a shocking cold. Blocked nose, sore throat, and feeling poorly. This made me think about the countless…
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by Neil Dagnall and Ken Drinkwater
The number 13, black cats, breaking mirrors, or walking under ladders, may all be things you actively avoid – if you’re…
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by David Prologo
Increasing the amount of exercise is one way to use the energy stored in fat cells, or to ‘burn’ fat. Many of us may be…
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by Claire Steves
The number of studies that have found a link between a disease and a specific gut microbiome composition seems to be…
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by Colin Angus
Alcohol producers and retailers have long argued that their goal is a world where everyone drinks responsibly and heavy…\
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by Katharine Jenkins
Members of a small women’s rights group, Liverpool ReSisters, have declared that “women don’t have penises”. They seem…
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by Michael F. Braby
It is highly unlikely that a butterfly or moth remembers being a caterpillar. However, it may well remember some…
Article is continued here: Do Butterflies Remember Being Caterpillars?
by Siwei Lyu
A new form of misinformation is poised to spread through online communities as the 2018 midterm election campaigns heat…
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by Satchin Panda
Timing our meals can fend off diseases caused by bad genes or bad diet. Everything in our body is programmed to run on…
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by Guillaume Thierry
What is the purpose of life? Whatever you may think is the answer, you might, from time to time at least, find your own…
Article is continued here: How Life's Purpose Rests In Our Mind's Drive To Extract Meaning From The World
by Yueng-Djern Lenn, Benjamin Barton, and Camille Lique
The cold, remote Arctic Ocean and its surrounding marginal seas have experienced climate change at a rate not seen at…
Article is continued here: Extreme Weather In Europe Linked To Less Sea Ice And Warming In The Barents Sea
by Lucy V Justice, Martin Conway, City, and Shazia Akhtar
I can remember being a baby. I recall being in a vast room inside a doctor’s surgery. I was passed to a nurse and then…
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by Shervin Assari
Many Americans deeply believe that people should pull themselves up by their bootstraps. After all, individual…
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by Tim Spector
We are still in love with vitamins a century after they were discovered, with half the US and UK population taking a…
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by Eva M Krockow, Andrew M Colman, and Briony Pulford
“Just remember, what you are seeing and what you are reading is not what’s happening,” Donald Trump, the president of…
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by Penny Bickle
A solid white mass found in a broken jar in an Ancient Egyptian tomb has turned out to be the world’s oldest example of…
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by C. Michael White
Many parts of the country have seen episodic crises due to synthetic marijuana, the largest occurring in Mississippi,…
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by Andrea LaFerle
People with low muscle strength don’t typically live as long as their stronger peers, according to a new study. After…
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by Rusi Jaspal, Bárbara Cristina da Silva Lopes, and Caroline Kamau
Being lower on the pecking order at work is associated with having serious psychiatric problems, our latest research…
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by Kim Eckart
On average, men pick up on visual motion significantly faster than women do, according to a new study. Humans’ ability…
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by Charlotte Kelly
Popular ideas about teenagers are often polarized: from lazy, immature school kids who love to wake up late, to…
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People Who See Men And Women As Fundamentally Different Are More Likely To Accept Workplace Discrimination
by Cordelia Fine and Nick Haslam
How should people who care about gender equality in the workplace argue their case? The most popular approach is to…
Article is continued here: People Who See Men And Women As Fundamentally Different Are More Likely To Accept Workplace Discrimination
by Jeffrey Kucik
Scholars of international political economy, such as myself, recognize that trade hasn’t always been good for poorer…
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by Hannah L. Schacter
Think about the last time you helped someone out. Maybe you sent a supportive text to a stressed-out friend or gave…
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by Evelyn Parr
In general, women have greater absolute body fat percentages than men. Typically, women carry more fat around the legs…
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by Tim Logan
When those first fat drops of summer rain fall to the hot, dry ground, have you ever noticed a distinctive odor? I have…
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by Jill Tiefenthaler, Eric J. Barron, , and Reynold Verret
A college education has many funders. Federal and state governments provide support, as do the institutions of higher…
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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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