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4 Ways to Save the Planet

4 Ways to Save the Planet

Millions of people know and are concerned about climate change, now we need to move that passive concern into action. Here are 4 simple ways you can help save our planet.

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The only place power exists

The only place power exists

The present moment is the doorway to your magnificence and your limitless possibilities. It is the entry point to the soul. And loving ‘what is’ in the present moment elevates ‘what is’ to the vibration of love. It allows you to create a bridge of love to another in this moment. When you think life is a condition you have to overcome, change or mold into shape, you cut yourself off from the fundamental reality of the present moment. That present moment fundamental reality of life is love and light.

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Soaking in Epsom Salts bath - An old wife's tale?

Soaking in Epsom Salts bath  - An old wife's tale?

Soaking in a hot bath laced with Epsom salts has been a cure for sore muscles for as long as most of us can remember. But, is it the magical cure for aching muscles that we have chosen to believe?

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Can pets keep you Healthy?

Can pets keep you Healthy?

You take good care of your pet. But what’s your pet done for you lately? Scared intruders from your door? Fetched your slippers? Given you a loving nuzzle? People have lots of reasons for owning pets. Now a small but growing body of research suggests that owning or interacting with animals may have the added benefit of improving your health.

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Does it Matter if your Doctor is a Woman?

Does it Matter if your Doctor is a Woman?

We looked at the December 19, 2016 issue of the Journal JAMA Internal Medicine 

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Should you buy a Chevy Bolt?

Should you buy a Chevy Bolt?

Absolutely if you are driving less than 200 miles at a time. This is the best EV, at this price, I’ve seen.

The Chevy Bolt confirms the fact that all-electric vehicles are worth the money and are here to stay. And that Tesla isn’t the only company good at making a great EV. The Bolt starts at $38,000 but there is a $7,500 Federal tax credit that brings the price below that of the average new car. The EPA states that the Bolt will go 238 miles on a full charge, way beyond what you would normally use even on a busy day. That’s over 3 hours on the freeway. Initial driving miles per charge tests indicate that the 238 miles is doable. It’s no hype. The infotainment screen does a great job of indicating how many miles are still available.

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Trump removes access to large blocks of government information

Trump removes access to large blocks of government information

OP-ED: Massive amounts of government information has been removed from government websites since Mr. Trump’s inauguration. Journalists, historians, teachers, environmentalists and animal rights activists have been sounding alarms about massive amounts of data being removed from government websites as well reporting that web pages that report current government activities going dark.

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Riding Your Bike = Saving Money and the Environment

Riding Your Bike = Saving Money and the Environment

Riding your bike is a pollution free way to protect the environment, provide health benefits, economic benefits, transportation benefits and social benefits.

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Hot Yoga; the good and bad

Hot Yoga; the good and bad

When you do hot yoga you will sweat a lot and this allows your skin to detoxify. This helps in purification but it quickly causes you to de-hydrate. This can be especially dangerous for elderly people.

 

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Illness, Wellness and Resistance

Illness, Wellness and Resistance

When it comes to illness and pain there is an almost universal reaction to it. When we feel bad we want it to go away. We resist it and we hate it. And this is true for both physical and emotional pain and illness. We hate our sadness and anger. We hate our knee and back soreness.

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We don’t seem to care if 1.2 million people starve to death

We don’t seem to care if 1.2 million people starve to death

Op-Ed: Do you care if over one million black subsistence farmers die in Africa over the next 6 months? They are not white. They are not from Europe. They are not wealthy. Their lives do not directly affect us. Their government does have some oil but their government doesn’t care if they die. Our media does not care about this story because Americans appear to not care about this story.

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Water Statistics: March 22 is World Water Day

Water Statistics: March 22 is World Water Day

Over 663 million people live without a safe water supply close to home, and spending countless hours finding water while coping with the health impacts of using contaminated water. Water is the elixar of life and on March 22, Mindfulness Green joins UN World Water Day, to bring attention and focus on fresh Water, and the sustainable management of its resources. 

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How to raise children

How to raise children

Children are spending time with us. They are not ours. Children should always be respected as we would respect a special teacher.

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Why to Consider Organics

Why to Consider Organics

Even as mortality from cancer dramatically decreases, the number of new cases increases. The greatest source of cancer causing toxins comes from non-organic food and pollution, accumulated slowly but surely, over decades of time. Scientific reports continue to indicate that small doses of toxins do not cause cancer and so the government allows toxic spraying of almost all of our food. Yet these reports also are clear that over time continued exposure to low levels will cause significant damage. One tooth X-ray at the dentist has no harm. Have that X-ray every day and in 10 years you will have a severe problem.

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