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An introduction by Sri and Kira: This powerful and timely practice was gifted to us during a moment when we truly had nowhere to turn as we felt our world was falling apart. The following message was gifted to us and to the world through Archangel Zadkiel and since that time our life has been miraculous in all-ways. Archangel Zadkiel had only one request, that this beautiful practice was gifted freely to the world and that anyone whose heart called them could teach this to as many as they were called to share it with. With Great love we offer to you The Container Practice and the miracles that will come into your life with great abundance as you integrate it into your daily routine. As your miracles come forward, please come back to the site and share them with us!
Science is like heroin: It'll give you some of the best and worst times of your life, and occasionally they will be the exact same thing (sure, that body high is amazing, but you'll have to live with the shame of that indecent exposure arrest at the Red Robin for the rest of your life). Here are five inventions that will most likely revolutionize the modern way of life, right before they flush it down the toilet. A man named Jared Potter has recently developed a pair of flame drills that operate at temperatures of 3200 and 7200 degrees, respectively. That's hot enough to pretty well burn through anything, but rather than mounting them on the front of a spike-treaded tank and driving it into the UN to deliver his list of demands, Potter has instead opted to turn the fury of his psycho-drills on the very planet itself.
Do As One invites you to use color therapy coupled with breathing to stimulate the entire spectrum of energy within your body temple. Choose whether you want to breathe in one, two or three breaths per color and then sit back and calmly receive a mind, body and spirit full-spectrum boost. You can also choose to breath one breathe per color continuously.
Mind & Brain :: Features :: December 22, 2010 :: :: Email :: Print In this chapter from his new e-book, journalist Carl Zimmer tries to reconcile the visions of techno-immortalists with the exigencies imposed by real-world biology By Carl Zimmer Image: iStockphoto/ktsimage Editor's Note: Carl Zimmer, author of this month's article, "100 Trillion Connections," has just brought out a much-acclaimed e-book, Brain Cuttings: 15 Journeys Through the Mind (Scott & Nix), that compiles a series of his writings on neuroscience.