The ancient philosophy of wellbeing and healing called Ayurveda has roots back to the first civilisations. As many other ancient philosophies this one sees humans as part of nature and therefore differs fundamentally from today's allopathy in that we connect with nature and don't battle nature. We learn to live with it in Ayurveda, not … Continue reading Ayurveda – Attributes (Gurvadi Gunas)
Pasteur himself admitted it on his deathbed, after a lifetime of studies of bacteria and microbiome defining them as bad or good: “Le microbe n'est rien. Le terraine est tout. (The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything.)” By terrain, he meant the environment in the body, in which the microbe can thrive when it is unhealthy … Continue reading “The terrain is everything” confirmed again
Your mind is free. So are our prompts. In April you are invited to join our Cm (Creative meditation) for all the O’s scattered around the world, and those you may wish to invite as well. A healthy, creative mind is the best problem solving gift you can have in addition to all the other … Continue reading Creative Meditations – April 5-30
A study from China shows, as several other studies before, that the victims of the COVID-19 have unhealthy gut flora related to low intake of fiber and/or high intake of substances that kill the flora, such as medication, alcohol, and junk food. As a result, their gut flora, which is a large part of the … Continue reading Bean Paste Can Save Your Life
The Chaos Theory tries to see patterns in chaotic systems created by humans or by nature. At our knowledge so far, there seem to be few things more chaotic than the human heart - speeding up, slowing down, pretty face, scary face…it’s heretic! No rules of our modern society apply to the heart. We don’t … Continue reading The Best Detox Ever – Embrace the Chaos Theory!
World Vegan Day is an annual event celebrated on 1 November, by vegans around the world. The Day was established in 1994 by Louise Wallis, then President & Chair of The Vegan Society UK to commemorate its 50th anniversary. Vegans around the world join together to celebrate animal rights. Animal advocates hold street stalls about veganism, host vegan potluck events, plant memorial … Continue reading World Vegan Day – Take On the 30 Day Challenge
...To prevent the anger from consuming me, to endure the nightmares that would follow her departure for another kind of love and life, I needed a new and very effective belief system, a new and powerful way to see the universe. It was then I would look to the east, something I had always leaned … Continue reading a real man’s divorce story.2
What makes us think we have more right than others to be in a certain place on this earth. We were all 'immigrants' at one point, specially when we see it from a non human view. Think of all the animals and plants that silently have given up their space for us. Now, this … Continue reading Immigrant or Not is Just a Question of Time
Marcel Proust is talking of 'Outrospective', the study of everything from the perspective outside ourselves. This is easily done by traveling when we get cultural shocks, when getting to know others and other things, or as Kathryn Schulz said, ‘seeing the world as it isn’t’. If you add compassion (Not pity! It's the opposite of … Continue reading Intuition is Oneness
The willingness to stand up against abuse, in any form, comes when there is a fundamental feeling of oneness, when we let it out, because it's in all of us, in some a little bit deeper but it's there, and what stops it is based on fear. When we feel (Yes, I say feel because … Continue reading The Feeling of Oneness is in All of Us – Bring it Out!