VIDEO: DNA Memory and the Recycling of Consciousness

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December 5, 2018

Everything in the universe recycles, so why not consciousness? The subject of consciousness is one that is simply avoided by most medical doctors and scientists. Deepak Chopra combines his knowledge of biology, physics, and spirituality to explain such phenomena. He looks at death as ‘creativity’, and points out that every creative process has a death involved. This is certainly a very positive outlook to have on a subject that most…

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DNA Testing Reveals that the Aborigines of Australia have the Most Ancient Culture in the World

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December 4, 2018

A study on genetics published in the journal ‘Nature’ has proved that the Aborigines descended from people who migrated to Australia around 58,000 years ago. Titled ‘A Genomic History of Aboriginal Australia’, this is the first time that such a genetic study has been conducted. The results are ground breaking as they show that these ancestors make up the world’s oldest known culture. Conducted at Cambridge University under the supervision…

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Leonardo da Vinci & the New Biology

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December 2, 2018

by Sayer Ji, Green Med Info Biological Science has been under the spell of Newton’s atomistic view of the universe since the late 17th century. Yet revolutionary new discoveries in molecular biology reveal a connectivity and proportionality embedded within our bodies and the biosphere as a whole reminiscent of ideas once held by visionaries like Leonardo da Vinci. Biological atomism is a reductionistic intellectual movement that can be tracked to the…

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Understanding the Dharma Wheel: This Ancient Symbol Holds Secret Meanings

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November 27, 2018

The Dharma Wheel is an Ashtamangala, or one of ‘Eight Auspicious Symbols’, a set of sacred symbols found in Indian religions. Although the Dharma Wheel is found also in Hinduism and Jainism, it is best-known as a Buddhist symbol. Known also as a Dharmachakra, the Dharma Wheel in Buddhism is an important symbol that represents the teachings of Buddha. The wheel’s symbolism, however, may be interpreted in a number of…

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Could Consciousness All Come Down to the Way Things Vibrate?

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November 19, 2018

Why is my awareness here, while yours is over there? Why is the universe split in two for each of us, into a subject and an infinity of objects? How is each of us our own center of experience, receiving information about the rest of the world out there? Why are some things conscious and others apparently not? Is a rat conscious? A gnat? A bacterium? These questions are all aspects of…

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The Eyes are the Window to the Soul: An Intro to Iridology

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November 13, 2018

The iris is like a map of the body – changes in certain organs are reflected in specific parts of the iris. The right iris shows the condition of the right side of the body, while the left iris reflects the left side. The exact relationship between iris and body parts can be seen from the iris chart below. Iris diagnosis is also known as iridology. In health, the iris…

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Your Breath Is Your Brain’s Remote Control

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November 1, 2018

For centuries, yogis have been expressing the incredible benefits meditation can provide. More recently, meditation has become a more mainstream means of treating anxiety and stress, as deep breathing has been proven to calm the nervous system and reduce our heart rate. Avid meditators or individuals who practice breathing techniques typically report that such practices have the ability to silence or slow down the mind. This begs the question: How…

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What Carl Jung Gleaned from his Near Death Experience

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October 25, 2018

On 11 February 1944, the 68-year-old Carl Gustav Jung – then the world’s most renowned living psychologist – slipped on some ice and broke his fibula. Ten days later, in hospital, he suffered a myocardial infarction caused by embolisms from his immobilised leg. Treated with oxygen and camphor, he lost consciousness and had what seems to have been a near-death and out-of-the-body experience – or, depending on your perspective, delirium….

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Where Are We When We’re Not Here?

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October 20, 2018

Today I would like to return to your awareness an aspect of the Human condition that ventures past the confines of the physical realm and into the vast and infinite beyond. It’s our nature to migrate away from our bodies although we never really think of it that way. It’s not difficult to see that we’re not entirely in one place all of the time. Our thoughts are often elsewhere,…

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