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The Chemistry of The Kiss: 10 Benefits of Kissing Backed By Science

The kiss is a measure of a person’s feelings, his or her love or attraction to the other. A truly meaningful kiss can act as a booster. It can instill a sense of confidence, a sense of self-esteem in another. The strength of a kiss lies in the power it has to cause the release of serotonin and oxytocin peptides in our body.

The following are the wonderful and amazing physical benefits of Kissing.

  • kissRelieves Physical Pain: Kissing cause to raise the threshold for activation of pain receptors in our body, by doing so we feel less or no physical pain at all while we are in a kiss. Kissing cause release of endorphins (pain relieving hormones) from our brain causing pain relief by inhibiting the pain pathway. Kissing benefits a lot for person who suffers from chronic pain due to autoimmune disorders (Rheumatoid arthritis etc.) and malignant cancers. Regular kissing can make you stay away from morphine injections!
  • Lowers Blood Pressure: Kissing lowers blood pressure by dilating blood vessels in our body. Thus kissing can cause a decrease in blood pressure even in people with hypertension by giving a big physical relief and by decreasing their stress. Thus regular kissing can make you stay away from antihypertensive drugs! Continue reading

The Ancient Secret of Gold’s Metaphysical Properties Revealed

Gold has been worshiped for centuries and until recently we never knew why. Today, research is confirming the advanced understanding of monatomic elements in gold, that cultures such as the Egyptians had thousands of years ago.

gold1Ancient texts have shown that the Pharoahs were fed “sho-bread” containing monatomic gold if they were considered worthy of the spiritual enlightenment. It was thought to be too important to be given to “ordinary” humans, as it was reputed to deliver heightened awareness and increased life span.

Ancient priestly scientists were well-aware of the enhancements, monatomic elements made to the human body and DNA as well as endowing the “chosen one” to transcend the spirit into a higher state of evolution.

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How to Ground, Center and Protect Your Energy Field

We enter this Earth in a physical body, but we know that there is more to life than this. When you are on a spiritual path, there is always some work that can be done to help you on your way. Today, we’d like to explore three of these tasks:

Grounding (or Earthing) is the acknowledgement that we are in a physical body while also striving toward being spiritual beings.

Centering is awareness of the self and taking ownership of your self and your energy. This is also intimately linked to clearing out energies which are not yours.

Protecting your energy field is a process by which you select influences around you to ‘let in’ as well as keep out influences that do not serve you.

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The art of grounding yourself allows you to open the doors to many pathways. It allows life force to flow into physical matter, and brings healing potential to your physical body. To connect with the Earth is to improve your balance and stability, both physically and emotionally, and to recognize and accept our purpose.

This strength forges a bridge between matter and spirit, and makes releasing energy much easier. In short, grounding yourself allows you to take a step toward higher spiritual realms. It’s important to note that, if you are a healer, your patient must be grounded as well. Continue reading


A List of The Different Kinds of Meditation Techniques

Meditation is a mind-body practice that we can use to divert our attention away from the cacophony of the outside world and the noise of the mind, and focus inward where there is peace.

The benefits are obvious to those that engage in this practice. One might experience anything from immediate relaxation to a complete understanding of the mind-body-spirit triad. With time, regular meditation will bring us peace for the self and those around us.

Meditation has been practiced across various cultures for millennia. There are many different types, and what may work for one may not work for the next. Most forms have originated in the spiritual traditions of their ancients. 

Here are some of the most well-recognized types:


zazen1Zazen is a form of meditation derived from 2,500 years of Zen Buddhist meditation. While a study of the self, it is often practiced in meditation halls with a group.

With Zazen, one might gain insights into the nature of existence, though it is hard to describe in one short paragraph. Continue reading

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Stuck in a Low Vibration? Listen To This Timeless Guided Meditation By Alan Watts

Alan Watts was well-known for helping to popularize Eastern philosophies for a Western audience. The philosopher was born in England in 1915 and moved to New York in 1938 where he received his Zen training.alan-watts

During his career, he wrote more than 25 books and articles on subjects regarding Eastern and western religious traditions.

His views on the use of psychedelics for mystical insight gained him a large following in the San Francisco Bay Area while working for KPFA, a radio station in Berkeley.

The guided meditation video below is a wonderful example of his numerous recorded talks and lectures available on the internet today. You may find, as others have, that his “recorded talks still shimmer with a profound and galvanizing lucidity.”


Extraterrestrial Implants Investigated By Several Prestigious Laboratories

John Mack, a Harvard professor, psychiatrist and Pulitzer Prize recipient once stated that:

“Yes, it’s both. It’s both literally, physically happening to a degree; and it’s also some kind of psychological, spiritual experience occurring and originating perhaps in another dimension. And so the phenomenon stretches us, or it asks us to stretch to open to realities that are not simply the literal physical world, but to extend to the possibility that there are other unseen realities from which our consciousness, our, if you will, learning processes over the past several hundred years have closed us off.” (source)


He is not the only psychiatrist to do so, there are many. Another great example is retired McGill university professor (of 40 years), Dr. Don Donderi, who said that:

“Some of what people report as UFOs are extraterrestrial (ET) vehicles. Some of those extraterrestrial vehicles actually have et crews, and some of those ET crews catch and release humans.”  (source)

If we are talking about the academic world, there is no shortage of statements. In fact, there could be hundreds, here are two of many examples:

“Intelligent beings from other star systems have been and are visiting our planet Earth. They are variously referred to as Visitors, Others, Star People, Et’s, etc…They are visiting Earth now; this is not a matter of conjecture or wistful thinking. – Theodor C. Loder III, Phd, Professor Emeritus of Earth Sciences, University of New Hampshire (source)


“There is another way whether it’s wormholes or warping space, there’s got to be a way to generate energy so that you can pull it out of the vacuum, and the fact that they’re here shows us that they found a way.” (source– Jack Kasher, Ph.D, Professor Emeritus of physics, University of Nebraska. Continue reading

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