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8 Ways To Be More Productive With The Help of Meditation

8 Ways To Be More Productive With The Help of Meditation

By on March 1, 2017 in Spiritual Awakening with 0 Comments

What would you give for more time in your life? The ability to do more in less time has always been a fundamental human desire. Because of that, it can seem counter-intuitive to develop a meditation practice. You already have trouble making time to sort the laundry, make dinner and exercise. And you think you should make time to meditate? Here are 8 Ways To Be More Productive With The Help of Meditation.

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Irrefutable Scientific Evidence That We Are All One

Irrefutable Scientific Evidence That We Are All One

By on May 1, 2015 in Spiritual Awakening with 0 Comments

I will start this article with the definition of an isolated system: implies a system that does not interact with the other systems of its environment in any way. Now I ask: Does an isolated system exist?

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Rudolf Steiner: The Invention Of God And Religion

Rudolf Steiner: The Invention Of God And Religion

By on March 27, 2015 in Awareness

Is ‘God’ a Christian? Muslim? Roman Catholic? Buddhist? Does he or she prefer one religion over another? If a UFO landed in your backyard, would the extraterrestrial be religious? Would the ET pray to the same ‘god’? Why do all religions basically follow a similar story? Is it possible that they were all created to […]

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Hollow Earth: The HOLE Truth

Hollow Earth: The HOLE Truth

By on September 15, 2014 in Awareness, Extraterrestrials

For many centuries, humankind has dreamt of inner worlds. Numerous writers have been inspired by the idea, not least Tarzan creator Edgar Rice Burroughs (At the Earth’s Core, 1914), Edgar Allen Poe (The Narrative of Arthur Gordon Pym of Nantucket, 1838) and, most famously, Jules Verne, whose 1864 novel Journey to the Center of the Earth has been adapted numerous times for both stage and screen.

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