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Self-regulating Systems

Nature knows how to self-regulate. The cycles of feast or famine are simple examples of such systems. Too much browse for caribou produces too many caribou calves, which then feeds too many wolves which then produce too many pups which then grow up and eat too many caribou… Leading to too few caribou, starving too many wolves, which end up producing too few new pups, which then let too many new caribou to prosper. 474 more words

Economics

Listen to Your Body

Whenever I haven’t worked out for a week or two, I can feel my heart beating a little harder when I lay down at night. There’s a bigger rhythmic thud in my chest. 634 more words

Health

Recharge with Reiki

The weather has been beautiful. We have had a nice balance of rain and sunshine. Both have been great for my yard and new garden. While taking the time to connect with the New World Mother Earth in my garden, I have been feeling the sun’s warm recharging qualities. 199 more words

Reiki

Polarity Therapy

Polarity Therapy

“Where energy meets structure and form”

POLARITY THERAPY is a powerful eclectic system of healing that works on the understanding that we are all composed of energy. 211 more words

Health

It's Just Water

It’s just water, or is it? I was grocery shopping the other day. And I ventured into the water isle—something I almost never do. I was on a mission. 512 more words

Circumferential

Fictitious soap bubbles
Travel in innocuous
Elliptical orbits
Hosting homeostasis
Of love’s statistics
Labeled as magic;
Layers of collected
Dust and grime
Thinly coat and veil, 42 more words

Poetry

The Power Within!

The human cell is a remarkable creation. 

This article is focused on giving you a brief understanding of our amazing cells, and the relationship our cells have with energy. 568 more words