Is Science Finally Catching up to What The Ancients Knew About Crystals?

Is Science Finally Catching up to What The Ancients Knew About Crystals? By: Dr. Kelly Neff | The Mind Unleashed Despite the plethora of anecdotal evidence that exists on the healing powers of stones and crystals, the debate continues to rage in the scientific community over whether crystals actually have any real healing power. For example, a … Continue reading Is Science Finally Catching up to What The Ancients Knew About Crystals?

Scientific Study Shows Meditators Collapsing Quantum Systems At A Distance

Scientific Study Shows Meditators Collapsing Quantum Systems At A Distance By:Arjun Walia | Collective Evolution Numerous scientists over many years have studied the role of consciousness and how it can directly influence our physical material world. Large amounts of research have been published which clearly demonstrate that yes, consciousness and what we perceive to be our physical … Continue reading Scientific Study Shows Meditators Collapsing Quantum Systems At A Distance

The Inevitability of Peaceful Revolution

The Inevitability of Peaceful Revolution By: Lance Schuttler | The Mind Unleashed The victory drums, to the tune of Maurice Ravel’s  “Bolero,” are now commencing with the crescendo as this writing goes to press. Everywhere in  our world we are now seeing the awakening of humanity speed up. We are  seeing massive rallies against corruption and rallies for … Continue reading The Inevitability of Peaceful Revolution

How Introverts Interact With The World Differently Than Extroverts

I recommend this article and video for everyone. This will really help us understand each other better. To know the difference between an Introvert and Extrovert is a very helpful tool to help you succeed in work with people and yourself. -Sunny How Introverts Interact With The World Differently Than Extroverts By: The Mind Unleashed  … Continue reading How Introverts Interact With The World Differently Than Extroverts

Meditation May Relieve IBS and IBD

Meditation May Relieve IBS and IBD By: Sue McGreevey | Massachusetts General Hospital Public Affairs A pilot study has found that participating in a nine-week training program including elicitation of the relaxation response had a significant impact on clinical symptoms of the gastrointestinal disorders irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) and on the expression of … Continue reading Meditation May Relieve IBS and IBD