Trust Your Goodness

Angie Sanchez
in Culture

About five years ago I was hanging out in a room with people that I would consider to be like family. I remember them bluntly saying “Angie if you want to get places and have success you have to be a ...

Learning To Smile Again

Shalaria LeNoir
in Culture

Before anyone asks, yes, I personally suffer from depression. While many think it's a choice (much like sexual orientation for some reason) I believe it's genetic, as I come from a family of artists a...

Simple Anti-Inflammatory Drinks

Jen Coe
in Culture

Whether you want to combat bloating, find relief from arthritis, or simply add healthy habits to your daily routine, this compilation of anti-inflammatory recipes will get you started on the right tra...

Cancer Cured

Dr. Williams
in Science

Cancer is a most malignant scourge. But, it is the research to find a cure that continues in fleecing the American public out of billions of dollars every year. For no apparent reason other than greed...

How to Use the Neti Pot

BambooMoves Forest Hills
in Science

Important Tips On How to Use the Neti Pot People often tip their head down while doing the Neti so water will go up into the nose or down the back of the throat. Think of the Wood Labyrinth Game, you have to turn every thing just right to get the marble to go slowly in the right direction. Same with the water, keep the head more or less level to feel where your starting point it, then move the head accordingly to guide the water through to come out the other nostril. It is an odd feeling having ...

How To Clear Blocked Chakras

Brittany McSorley
in Culture

Chakras are important concepts in Jainism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. Derived from the Sanskrit word for “wheel”, the term chakra refers to points of concentrated energy in our subtle bodies (meaning our...

The Cell Phone Controversy

Dr. Williams
in Science

Ever since the advent of the cell phone many believe that cancer in its many forms increases with each new user. Now, the medical community as well as International Association For Research On Cancer ...

A Glimpse of My Pilgrimage

BambooMoves Forest Hills
in Culture

For the past two years, I have been struggling with my seated meditation practice. I was given my personal mantra from my teacher in 2011 at Himalayan Institute in Honesdale, PA. It has been an amazin...

Do Diets Work?

Patrick Cooper
in Beauty

A current statistic that has been tossed around for decades is that 95 percent of all dieters will regain their lost weight within a year of losing it. However, that doesn't seem to fret the 45 millio...

Senior Fitness Guidelines for Healthy Individuals

Jerry Del Priore
in Science

People are living longer and longer these days. The Center of Disease Control and Prevention reports that the life expectancy is at 78.7 years of age, according to a recent report. This is due in larg...

What is Practice?

BambooMoves Forest Hills
in Culture

Sutra 1.13: Ardent effort to retain the peaceful flow of mind free of roaming tendencies is abhyasa.(samadhi pada, translation by Pandit Rajmani tigunait) Students often ask, "What do you mean by a ho...

Global Famine

Dr. Williams
in Science

The full extent of global hunger in the world today. The world is facing one of it's greatest challenges. Global Famine is going to be a reality. Some parts of the world are already facing acute food ...

Top 4 Fitness Apps of 2017

Patrick Cooper
in Buyer's Guide

Being able to hit your fitness goals can be difficult under the wrong guidance, especially with a tight work schedule, you may barely even fit the time to give back to your body. However, with the rec...

For Successful Weight Loss Lose the Labels

Ann Musico
in Beauty

Do you label some foods “good” and some “bad?” That habit may be sabotaging your weight loss success more than you realize. While certain foods may have less than healthy aspects, good and bad are sub...

Start Your Meditation with Contemplation

BambooMoves Forest Hills
in Science

When I first started meditating it was so difficult. My mind was everywhere and with each thought a strong emotion followed. I felt like I was on an emotional roller coaster and thought, “why in the h...

How To Qualify for the Boston Marathon

Nadia Neophytou
in Culture

In 22 easy steps.