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Physical Pains And Their Metaphysical Meanings

Physical Pains And Their Metaphysical Meanings

By on August 20, 2016 in Health with 0 Comments

Western medicine takes the position that we feel pain because we can. Western approaches to pain, as the main symptom of any disease, are pretty much limited to drugs and surgery. Treatment consists of numbing or diverting pain receptors in the body or cutting off the offending organ. While this approach does have its place in acute situations, it is at best a temporary and often harmful way to approach pain or other disharmonies we feel in our bodies. Most often, western medicine has little to offer most of us and incredibly makes us wait until our symptoms become unbearably acute before it can even acknowledge a disharmony.

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Orgone Energy

Orgone Energy

By on April 30, 2015 in Health

This term orgonite derives from ‘orgone’, the term provided by Wilhelm Reich for essential energy discovered everywhere throughout nature. Also known as “Chi”, “Prana”, “Ether”, “Élan Vital”, or “fifth element”, this vital energy exists in an organic way within a variety of types.

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Ormus And Monoatomic Gold —  The Manna Mystery

Ormus And Monoatomic Gold — The Manna Mystery

By on March 6, 2015 in Health

There are many mysterious and magical things that have been recorded in history. The Biblical manna, the Philosopher’s Stone, the Fountain of Youth, Orgone energy, prana, chi, the Holy Grail, the Great Pyramid and the Ark of the Covenant are a few of these things. It looks like these things and more might be related to a new class of materials that have been identified and described in the last few decades.

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Is Crystal Healing Scientifically Possible?

Is Crystal Healing Scientifically Possible?

By on February 26, 2015 in Health

Scientific proof, planted as it is upon a bedrock of empirical evidence, can only explain so much. In particular, it has proven to be at best only partially successful at accounting for individual and subjective phenomena.

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