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WHOLENESS IS OUR NATURAL STATE

How ‘whole’ are you? It is an interesting question most people have not, nor will ever, contemplate. I have and I do, all the time. I don’t think this is just a spiritual question, I actually think its a health question, and a very important existential question. 375 more words

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Does Holistic mean Natural?

Does the word Holistic mean Natural? The answer is no.

Natural refers to something existing in or caused by nature, not man-made or artificial.

Often times I see people using the word holistic when they are referring to something that is a natural remedy or a natural product. 197 more words

Wellness

Just How Connected To Our Environment Are We?

This one question is the source of constant inquiry to me. It is that important, and that mysterious, I just can’t believe it. And I honestly do believe that if we could see and know the truth of our relationship to our environment, we would be shocked to the core and change instantly. 804 more words

DETOXIFICATION Brings us Face to Face with Ourselves.

Today is the final day of our new year cleanse. A big pot of Kitchari.


Tonight we take Epsom salts (or Prune Juice in my case as I’m sensitive to Epsom) and then tomorrow we may get rid of old toxins. 673 more words

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On the Origin of Morphic Resonance

Or The Preservation of Favoured Hypotheses

Have you ever wondered how Rupert Sheldrake came up with the idea of morphic resonance? No, I haven’t really either, but I happened across this… 3,072 more words

Philosophy

Being 'Triggered' and How It Affects Health

One of the links between the body and the emotions, between emotions and health and illness is the nervous system and ‘triggers.’

Most people these days have heard the term ‘triggered.’ It’s a term used to describe a largely unconscious response mechanism activated by some event, or thought or experience. 334 more words

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Holism Explained

Holism is the philosophical theory of interconnection, where everything in life is connected to everything else in an obvious, or not so obvious way.

“Parts of a whole are in intimate interconnection, such that they cannot exist independently of the whole, or cannot be understood without reference to the whole.” 115 more words

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