Nick Polizzi – The collective vibe of the world can feel uncertain these days and many are riding a wild pendulum that swings between anxiety and hope.
If you identify with that at all, just know you’re not alone.
Remember, there’s no reason to feel stuck in your emotions! This is what the ancient path to inner peace and healing is all about…
According to Harvard Medical School, “Stress control can — and should — also involve the body. Aerobic exercise is one approach; physical fitness will help promote mental fitness. But there is another approach: you can learn to use your mind to relax your body. The relaxed body will, in turn, send signals of calm and control that help reduce mental tension.” By creating routines that enable us to listen to our bodies and organize our thoughts, we can calm our minds and control stress. Continue reading “Morning Practices For Calm & Clarity”
Paul Lenda – There are modern parallels with events that have occurred throughout time. This is due to several reasons. One of the main reasons involves recurring energy signatures that repeat in cyclical ways. This often is tied into energies in the universe as the Earth travels through it, while it spirals around the sun as if the sun was a comet, as well as celestial bodies pumping our powerful electromagnetic energy during certain moments in time that reach Earth. Some of them, like the sun, are directly connected to the Earth with magnetic portals. This isn’t even mentioning the cosmic filaments that connect all galaxies and look just like human neurons in the brain.
Understanding cycles in time helps us to successfully predict the future and prepare ourselves for what is to come, and what is already happening. Continue reading “How to Successfully Predict the Future”
Mary Rose Corkery – A submarine carrying 53 passengers has gone missing from the north of Bali, Indonesia’s military said Wednesday.
Indonesian military chief Hadi Tjahjanto said the submarine, or the KRI Nanggala 402, was doing a training exercise when it failed to appear for a scheduled reporting call, the Associated Press reported. Tjahjanto said the submarine is believed to have gone missing roughly 60 miles north from Bali.
“We are still searching in the waters of Bali, 60 miles (96 km) from Bali, (for) 53 people,” Tjahjanto said to Reuters over text. Continue reading “Submarine vanishes mysteriously”
Niamh Harris – Candace Owens denounced the guilty verdict against Derek Chauvin as “mob justice,” telling Fox News’ Tucker Carlson that “no person can say this was a fair trial.”
Chauvin was convicted Tuesday on all three counts including second- and third-degree murder charges in the death of George Floyd.
“This was not a trial about George Floyd or Derek Chauvin,” Owens argued. “This was a trial about whether the media was powerful enough to create a simulation and decide upon a narrative absent any facts.” Continue reading “Candace Owens Says ‘Mob Justice’ Typifies The Chauvin Verdict”
Ben Cope – Another red state has joined a growing list of states that have passed sweeping election integrity laws ahead of the 2022 elections: Montana.
“Montana Gov. signed two voting bills into law Monday, which prohibit registering to vote on Election Day—a practice more than 60,000 voters in the state have done between 2006 and 2018 alone—and ending a previous rule that allowed students to use their student ID to vote, now requiring a second form of identification,” Forbes reported.
The Democratic Party, fighting the democratic will of the people that overwhelmingly supports voter ID laws, immediately sued the Secretary of State. Continue reading “Montana Passes Sweeping Election Integrity Laws”