• The Eternal Now
  • ‘As Above, So Below’ – Are Cosmic Forces at Work on Earth?
  • Stunning Treehouse Lets You Sleep Under the Stars in the Heart of Africa’s Wilderness
  • How to Connect With Your Soul Using Internal Family Systems (IFS)
  • 4.5 Million Flowers Bloom Across Japanese Park Like a Never-Ending Sea of Blue Lights
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The Eternal Now

There is only really the Eternal Now and that Now exists in the beginning and also in the end of the standing wave that we call physical existence and evolution, which means that time is cyclical. The Now is the ‘alpha-omega’ of the cycle – as symbolized by the point where the symbolic Ouroboros snake is biting and swallowing its own tail. However, that Now is also the ‘zero nodes’…

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‘As Above, So Below’ – Are Cosmic Forces at Work on Earth?

by Gary Lachman, New Dawn When we think of wars, revolutions, populist uprisings, outbreaks of mass hysteria and other sudden social and political eruptions – even a popstar’s popularity or the latest fashion trend – we usually believe that at bottom there is some logical, rational explanation for them, even if we do not yet possess it. We are confident that we can understand these things through economics, psychology, race relations,…

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Stunning Treehouse Lets You Sleep Under the Stars in the Heart of Africa’s Wilderness

By Elias Marat | Creative Commons | TheMindUnleashed.com The sprawling unfenced private reserve spans 36,000 acres. Photo credit: andBeyond’s new Ngala Treehouse Experience (TMU) — With all of the hectic routines, clogged streets, and pollution of urban life, sometimes it’s not only a good idea to seek out a nature trip, it’s also a necessity to ensure the health of one’s mind, body, and spirit. One such place to escape the daily grind and enjoy a…

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How to Connect With Your Soul Using Internal Family Systems (IFS)

by Aletheia Luna / Loner Wolf Of all the psychological and spiritual tools out there, Internal Family Systems (IFS) is one of the most powerful. Never heard of it? That’s okay. Most people haven’t. And my intention is to change that. Ignore the complicated sounding name for a sec and hear me out: Internal Family Systems is such a useful inner work approach because it helps us to create inner…

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4.5 Million Flowers Bloom Across Japanese Park Like a Never-Ending Sea of Blue Lights

The stunning 8.6 acre landscape is covered by 4.5 million flowers nicknamed “baby blue eyes.” By Jade Small (TMU) — When flowers bloom in Japan, they do so seriously, beautifully and in abundance. An important part of Japanese culture, each season’s unique species and varieties seem to just burst with pride to show their blooms and bring happiness to the people. Large flower fields are found all over Japan, some…

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Physicist: Universe May Be a “Strange Loop” of Self-Simulating Consciousness

By Jake Anderson When it comes to cosmology, astronomy, and physics, there is no shortage of off-the-wall arguments and hypotheses. While new discoveries from the early moments of the Big Bang and quantum and particle physics continue to amaze us and fill in the gaps of our mysterious universe, there remains a stunning number of fundamental questions we still can’t answer. The most fundamental of these questions revolve around “why anything”…

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Photographer Captures Fairytale-Like Horses Roaming Iceland’s Epic Landscape

By Jade Small The series showcases the unique beauty of Iceland’s horses in their natural element, drawing the viewer into a world of fantasy and myth. (TMU) — Based in South Carolina, artist Drew Doggett started his career in fashion photography. However, Doggett now travels the world searching for and photographing amazing landscapes and portraits of cultures, people, and communities using the techniques learnt during his earlier career. His travels have taken…

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You Can Camp for Free and Dig for Your Own Crystals, Gemstones at This Mine Near Atlanta

By Jade Small (TMU) — Gem and crystal collectors love nothing more than mining for their own treasures and North America has plenty of public mines to go digging. If you’re planning a trip to the South Carolina area, or just passing through, consider adding an extra day or two to your trip, if time permits, for a mining adventure that might have you heading home with some stunning gems…

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There’s a Mystical Forest in Belgium Carpeted With Bluebell Flowers

By Jade Small  Photo Credits: Kilian Schönberger (TMU) — Every year around April to May and depending on the Spring temperatures, bluebells come into bloom in ancient forests, forming a magical carpet of purple beneath the trees.   The Hallerbos forest in Belgium, also known as The Blue Forest, is one of those magical and ancient forests famous for her yearly purple carpet of bluebells. Hallerbos is open to visitors year-round,…

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