Rachel Horton White – Do you notice how you sometimes feel the urge to retreat, to reflect, regroup and maybe even push the “reset” button on your life? And then, how often do you actually do this before the fears kick in? Usually these fears are about not doing enough, making money, missing out on something, or the pesky little voice telling ourselves what we “should” be doing. How often does this happen to you?
In this energetic shift to a new way of being in our lives and in the world, there is no road map. We are entering a new consciousness, a new type of living. It is not an overnight shift. Just as flowers take time to blossom, we are still in the germination phase. The seeds have been planted. The sprouted seedling is starting to pop through the surface.
We can see hopeful changes occurring in our world. Kids are learning about yoga and mindfulness in school, workplaces are bringing in people like me(imagine that!) to talk with employees about creating new habits and quieting their minds. People (well, some at least) are getting tired of being tethered to their smartphones and seeking to “unplug” more and more. Just yesterday at the park, I observed parents playing with their kids, and rarely did a phone pop out. A person on his lunch break stopped and touched the leaves on the tree. Another man was sitting cross-legged with his eyes closed, smiling with his face up towards the sun. Continue reading “Raising Our Vibration: Releasing Blocks to Abundance”
Ever wonder why governments allow so much deadly pollution to be dumped into food, water and soils? Part of the real reason may surprise you: Governments no longer want people to live long enough to collect entitlement benefits, and allowing the contamination of everything with death-inducing substances actually saves governments money by accelerating the death of citizens.
This is all covered in my video, below. Here’s a brief introduction:
Three generations ago, governments wanted more people to run the factories, settle rural lands and generate economic productivity that could be siphoned off by the political elite. Over time, continued promises of entitlements such as social security, Medicare, pensions and welfare payouts caused large populations to become financial burdens to the sustainability of those same governments. As a result, governments now want to kill off their own citizens in order to prevent their own financial collapse by drastically reducing entitlement payouts. Continue reading “Gov’t depopulation plan to avoid financial collapse [Video]”
Brandon Smith – It is often said that “other-izing” people overall can be dangerous and other-izing your enemies specifically can be tactically detrimental. For one, it can lead to a false sense of superiority over those people as you assert some kind of imagined genetic advantage. It can also lead to dangerous generalizations of vast groups as you categorize and pigeonhole millions as being exactly the same when this is rationally impossible. However, other-izing is perhaps the only option when faced with a very particular type of person embracing a very particular brand of ideology; other-izing can become a matter of survival.
I am of course talking about globalists.
Not the low level cronies and useful idiots within the globalist push or “movement,” because many of them simply represent a underlying gullibility or stupidity among people attracted to the inbred world of academia. Instead, I’m talking about the people behind the curtain; self proclaimed “globalists” or internationalists that have positioned themselves into strategic power centers.
Continue reading “Global Elitists Are Not Human”
Joseph P Farrell – If you’re a regular reader here, you’re already familiar with my usual pattern of doing things: first I talk about general context, then introduce the article or articles of the day which have caught my attention, and which form the fuel for my high octane speculation, which ends the blog.
Today, however, I must state clearly, and up front, that we’re dealing with high octane speculation right from the start, even though I haven’t stated it yet (other than in the title). To be completely forthright about it, the speculation I am going to indulge in isn’t really my own. Rather, it is a summary of that of others who sent in various versions of the following story, along with their own musings. I’m simply summarizing their ideas with a little embellishment of my own. After all, if you’re playing continuo as well as concertato, a little ad lib and ornamentation is called for.
In this case, the speculation comes from Mr. G.L.R., and Mr. H.B., and it concerns the following articles:
Mr. H.B. sent this one, and it’s clear enough from the title the speculation that is being indulged in some circles in the alternative media, and indeed, Mr. Netanyahu’s visit to Mr. Putin, so shortly before the recent Israeli strikes, does raise the question of whether or not Mr. Putin “greenlighted” the operation: Continue reading “Iran: Of Conspiracies, Cabals And Collusion”
What differentiates someone who works hard and one that works smart is how they spend their time. We all have equal hours in a day to decide what to spend them on. While others watch the hours fly without doing anything constructive, some people understand the importance of every second in the clock. This goes out to anyone looking for better ways to manage their time to increase productivity in what they do.
The secret lies in working smarter instead of putting too much effort on the things that you can simplify. The reason why people get stressed from work is that they try as much as they can to do everything by themselves within the day with pressure from deadlines. This technique only aggravates nervousness, and you probably miss out on a specific task. Here are the strategies to being more productive managing your time efficiently.
Put the most important task first
Whether you are in school or working, ensure that the most crucial task comes before everything else. Spend your morning assessing what you should do the first hours of your day. Focus on completing these tasks first so that you don’t develop anxiety from delays if your boss demands results. Carry out essential duties avoiding any distractions from friends or social media. Give yourself few hours of full concentration without being tempted to surf the internet. Concentrating enables you to work faster and not waste time. Continue reading “How to “find time” and increase productivity in your field”
Bruce Kasanoff – Intuition, argues Gerd Gigerenzer, a director at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development, is less about suddenly “knowing” the right answer and more about instinctively understanding what information is unimportant and can thus be discarded.
Gigerenzer, author of the book Gut Feelings: The Intelligence of the Unconscious, says that he is both intuitive and rational. “In my scientific work, I have hunches. I can’t explain always why I think a certain path is the right way, but I need to trust it and go ahead. I also have the ability to check these hunches and find out what they are about. That’s the science part. Now, in private life, I rely on instinct. For instance, when I first met my wife, I didn’t do computations. Nor did she.”
I’m telling you this because recently one of my readers, Joy Boleda, posed a question that stopped me in my tracks: Continue reading “Intuition Is The Highest Form Of Intelligence”