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This week we look at the power of the heart, the power of love, whether it comes in human form or animal form or even scientific form. Love is all there is. Anything else is simply the absence of love. Our articles this week help us recenter in the power of the heart, and the power of love.
Scroll down below for the featured articles of the week, as well as for the numerous articles on a variety of topics.
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
by Anna Comerford
We connect to people around us in mysterious ways but science has proven that the heart is the biggest source of electromagnetic energy in the human body. They found there is an electromagnetic (energetic communication) between people.
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Written by Jason Gregory
In the world that we live in now, with ecological destruction for the sake of material possessions and with the divisions among humanity, a return to our wu-wei nature is imperative, or we will face the dire consequences of our ignorant actions.
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Written by Elena Mannes
Many have experienced the depth of feeling that can develop between us and our four-legged best friends. What makes my story unique is that my search for a lasting and meaningful connection led me down a path that crossed over the boundaries of reason and concrete reality into the realm of the invisible. My dog Brio inspired me--a born skeptic--to investigate the paranormal.
Article is continued here: Becoming Open To New Possibilities: A Special Bond With A Dog
by Carley Mattimore and Linda Star Wolf
The animals and the natural world are relaying messages to guide and support humanity during this time of great change on the planet. The four-leggeds, winged ones, creepy crawlers, and more are coming to assist in this evolution of consciousness. As we release the self-imposed barriers between us and them, we are able to transcend the illusionary veil between us and hear their language. We are given the gift of their wisdom when we connect in love and respect and cross through the barriers that separate us.
Article is continued here: Sacred Messengers Meditation: Bighearted Love and Compassion with Giraffe
by Sonja Grace
As Bear sang his song the darkness began to shrink down into nothing and very soon it was gone as quickly as it arrived. Creator stood in front of Bear and said, “I am happy you have found the answer to the darkness. I have always been with you. My energy flows through the top of your head down to your heart and meets the Earth’s energy fusing together to create light. This light, combined with your voice, is like a tapestry woven together as a protection from all evil.”
Article is continued here: Using Your Light to Hold the Darkness at Bay
by Shai Tubali
When we look within ourselves for sources of power and qualities such as fearlessness and resilience, our heart is not the first or most immediate place that comes to mind. Indeed, the mind--the seat of our mental and logical reasoning--tells us that relying on the heart’s energies might make us weaker...
Article is continued here: Meet Your Heart: The Myth of The Fragile Heart
by Constantino Dumangane Jr.
Friendships made in school play a special part in young people’s development. They are more than just moral support,…
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by Mathias Traczyk
The average lifespan of residents of Copenhagen could increase by an entire year in 2040 if there were cuts in…
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by Hazel Flight
There are times in a person’s life when specific events can have long-term implications on their future health.…
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by Gregory Filiano
NBA players who use Twitter or other forms of social media late at night don’t perform as well on the court the next…
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by Laura Bailey
Don’t force an unremorseful kid to apologize until they’re truly sorry, new research suggests.
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by Todd Miller
Drought, crop failure, storms, and land disputes pit the rich against the poor, and Central America is ground zero for…
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by Kevin Mitchell
Many of our psychological traits are innate in origin. There is overwhelming evidence from twin, family and general…
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by Judith Taylor
As a sociologist who studies feminist activism, I often get asked when and how the #MeToo movement is going to trickle…
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by Laurie Mintz
One in 3 American adults do not get enough sleep. Sexual issues are also common, with as many as 45 percent of women…
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by Ian Rutherfurd
On the eve of the recent National Drought Summit, prime minister Scott Morrison and deputy prime minister Michael…
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by Farhad Mirza
In his book In Praise of Love (2009), the French communist philosopher Alain Badiou attacks the notion of ‘risk-free…
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by Keri Szejda
Seafood is very healthy to eat – all things considered. Fish and shellfish are an important source of protein, vitamins…
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by Isaac Nahon-Serfaty
Videos showing hostage beheadings by terrorists, a photograph of a model’s emaciated body to denounce anorexia in the…
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by Gita Mishra and Judith Stephenson
Maternal and child health in Australia, like most countries, has traditionally focused on health during pregnancy and…
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by David Clayton
With a global diet industry worth US$168.95 billion, it’s clear the world is obsessed with weight loss. But what’s the…
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by Anne Cleary
Many environmental agencies and organizations now also aim to connect people with nature, and our new research suggests…
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by Calli Tzani Pepelasi
It may sound like a scene straight out of a horror movie, but statistically you are not that unlikely to end up on a…
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by Joseph Rollin and Jenna E. Gallegos
What do your car, phone, soda bottle and shoes have in common? They’re all largely made from petroleum. This…
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by Gymama Slaughter
Diabetes is the seventh-leading cause of death in the U.S., with about 30.3 million adults having the disease. One in 4…
Article is continued here: How A Self-Powered Glucose-Monitoring Device Could Help People With Diabetes
by Alana Lentin
Today, what can be defined as racism and what cannot has become a matter for debate. Every racist caught in the act,…
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by Yue Qian
The #metoo movement has brought the widespread sexual harassment experienced by women in the workplace to the fore.…
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by Alan Rosenberg, Hassan Vatanparast, and Sarah Finch
In an analysis of global research, we recently found that children with the most frequent type of arthritis, juvenile…
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by Tom Shillam
Seventy years after Gandhi’s assassination on the streets of New Delhi, Ramachandra Guha’s new book, Gandhi: The Years…
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by Nancy Cooke
For most people today, robots and smart systems are servants that work in the background, vacuuming carpets or turning…
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by Diane Winston
Tinseled trees and snowy landscapes are not the only signs of the upcoming holiday season. Red kettles, staffed by men…
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by Julie J. Park
When ACT released its latest test scores this past October, the results showed that average scores took a dip for every…
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by Darren Saunders
Lots of very clever people are working hard to try to answer it. I have worked on this problem for many years, and to…
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by Philip A Loring and Ratana Chuenpagdee
Kwan Phayao, a large, crescent moon of a lake in Northern Thailand, is home to about 50 fish species, several hundred…
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by Anne Cleary, Griffith University and Dave Kendal, University of Melbourne
Nature is good for your health. Perhaps predictably, the world of technology is now offering technical solutions that…
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by Franziska Mey and Chris Briggs
Opposition Leader Bill Shorten announced last week that a federal Labor government would create a Just Transition…
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by Amanda Henry
Women often wonder what the “right” length of time is after giving birth before getting pregnant again. A recent…
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by Kate Stewart and Matthew Cole
Food critic William Sitwell has resigned as editor of Waitrose’s in-house magazine following a row over his…
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by Jan Hoole
The deepest dive recorded by the free-diving Bajau Laut people of Southeast Asia was to an impressive 79 metres, and…
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by Nicholas Dodman, Tufts University
Everyone thinks that dogs worship their owners – viewing them as gods of some sort. While that may be true in the…
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by Damian Radcliffe
“For the first time media is the least trusted institution globally,” Edelman, the global PR and marketing firm…
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by Christina Karns
‘Tis the season when the conversation shifts to what you’re thankful for. Gathered with family and friends around a…
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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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