Emotional Energetic Healing: The Future of Medicine is Here 5th June 2015 By Carolanne Wright Contributing Writer for Wake Up World “Everything is energy.” ~ Albert Einstein Energy medicine is at once time-honored and new. Whether using traditional forms like acupuncture, t’ai chi and reiki or modern applications such as Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT), magnetic, vibrational or music therapy, working with the human energetic system to create wellness is an esteemed practice that produces tangible results. According to Dr. What the ancients recognized, science is now validating. How emotions affect physiology “Most psychologists treat the mind as disembodied, a phenomenon with little or no connection to the physical body. In Dr. Paul Trachtman explains how this sequence works in Smithsonian Magazine: “… it’s through the emotion-modulating peptides that an embarrassing thought can cause blood vessels to dilate and turn a face beet red. This is the topic of a cutting-edge documentary on Mind-Body Medicine: E-Motion. The energy of emotions Dr.
Behind Google+'s Stealth March On Foursquare, Instagram, Gaming, Facebook, Your Life Foursquare-challenging check-ins If you run the mobile app version of Google+ you can't help but spot the Check-ins feature--it's right there on the front page. It works with admirable simplicity: Push it, select the appropriate location which is spewed from Google Place's database, and tap "check in." Similar check-in status is afforded when you enable a status update to have a location attached. Privacy is neatly managed within Circles, and if you can bother to spend the time, you can change each check-in's sharing status. Plenty is missing from this bare-bones service: There're no badges, no mayorships, no location-based deal vouchers in association with AmEx. in short, it's not a game. But that's not to say that Google won't implement some or all of these features or even surpass them--it's not short of coders, and if Google+ takes off then it would probably be mere weeks of work to get a gaming angle built in. Color/Instagram-challenging photo sharing Gaming versus everyone Facebook
The GSElevator Guide To Being A Man creativity with crayons! Think crayons are for kids? Think again! There are all sorts of great ways to use a box of crayons in your art- here are a few ideas... Go back to the days of coloring books and use them fill your drawings with color- Use them to create a resist with watercolors. Start by using a white crayon to draw on a blank page. Paint over the top of the designs with watercolors and watch your designs come to life! Tip- While your paint is still wet, press it onto another page and make a light print- its what I call a 2 for 1 deal! It makes a great background for journaling! Go wild with abstraction and scribbles! Fill the page with colorful scribbles. Use watercolors to fill in the white space. Tip- use paper as a background for journaling, cut it up and use in collage projects, scan and use in digital projects or doodle over the top... Use crayons to create colorful rubs. Use in backgrounds for mixed media projects. Use crayons to explore patterns.
Best Chrome Extensions On this page, you will find the best Chrome extensions for all your browsing needs. Using the right Chrome extensions can completely transform your online experience, and make your time on the Internet much more productive and interesting. We’ve made the effort to categorize the extensions and chose only those we believe to be the best ones and which will most likely be useful to you. A perfect tool for students/researchers and one of the best Chrome extensions for organization. Diigo lets you highlight, share and save web pages. Read selected content both online and offline. Xmarks syncs your data across multiple computers and browsers. The Evernote Web Clipper is the easiest way to save, mark up and share anything you see online. Helps you to collect, manage and cite the sources for your latest project. Bookmark and organise anything online that interests you into trees and share with others for a social bookmarking experience. Want to know what that word means? See a font that you like?
The Achievaholic 5 TED-Ed Lessons sobre Ciencia para dejar a tus alumnos con la boca abierta Recordarás las TED-Ed Lessons, pequeñas píldoras de conocimiento en vídeo, temáticas y con las que descubrir una infinidad de nuevos conocimientos. Un spin-off de las charlas TED —recuerda que os recomendamos las 8 charlas TED sobre educación que todo docente curioso debería ver— con múltiples utilidades. Hoy hemos recopilado 5 TED-Ed Lessons sobre ciencia que dejarán a tus alumnos con la boca abierta. Cinco de esas píldoras de conocimiento con las que tus pupilos se sorprenderán de la facilidad de aprender algunos de los conceptos más interesantes del panorama científico. Nota: aunque los vídeos están narrados en inglés, Youtube suelen disponer de subtítulos en decenas de idiomas, entre ellos el español. ¿Qué es la electricidad estática? Siempre junto a nosotros, invisible, pero sabemos que está ahí. ¿De dónde vienen los genes? Porque se estudian en algunos cursos de secundaria, y de hecho son esenciales para la vida y la reproducción. Qué fue antes, ¿el huevo o la gallina?
5 Years of YouTube Politics [INFOGRAPHIC] YouTube, which has quickly become the media site of record, has put together an infographic celebrating five years of political highs and lows. If someone important does anything wonderful, stupid or wonderfully stupid on camera — it is likely the site has the video. This is typically true of the political arena, as politicians often make gaffes while they're on the road, whether it's during bill debates or a casual conversation. YouTube and other video hosting sites provide a place where the public can find and watch hours of clips featuring elected officials. More than 500 U.S. candidates for office have official channels. Of course, it's not all fail videos and mistakes, YouTube has also played an increasingly large role in elections and the day-to-day operations of the White House. Take a look at how YouTube and politics have grown, from President Barack Obama's weekly addresses, CNN's debates in 2007 to the 2012 presidential announcement videos.
Day 63 – DIY Corona Glasses I cannot even tell you how excited I was when I found this pin explaining how simple it is to cut glass bottles. For our first anniversary, my husband signed us up for a glassblowing class. It was awesome and we had a great time. As we were leaving, one of the artists was turning Corona bottles into drinking glasses for a friend’s wedding gift. You can cut glass bottles at home using materials you probably already have on hand. glass bottles yarn nail polish remover lighter sink full of ice water sandpaper 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. The hardest part about this project is getting the cut in the right spot. You can make more than just drinking glasses. Source: Crafty Scrappy Happy Related posts:
Reïki Ten Search Tools and Tactics Teachers and Students Need to Know I often find myself in conversations with teachers and students about Internet search strategies. Often times the conversation reminds me that what's obvious to me is amazing to someone else. Last week I had that very experience as I taught a couple of teachers some search techniques that they are going to pass along to their students. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Sweet Search is a search engine that searches only the sites that have been reviewed and approved by a team of librarians, teachers, and research experts. Wolfram Alpha is billed as a computational search engine and this is exactly what it does. Twurdy is search tool that automatically displays the readability of your search results for you. Twurdy with Pop - searches using Twurdy's most complex algorithm which includes looking up the popularity of words within the text. Google Scholar is one of Google's lesser-known tools. 10.