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  The Hopi and Tibetan Prophecies are Coming True   Traditional elders have a warning for the Western world. The long-lost connection between the Hopi & the Tibetan community, prophesied over 1,200 years ago by the great Tibetan, Master Guru Rinpoche, is being rekindled. He wrote an inscription, which was only discovered in recent years: “...

  Time to go on a 'thought diet.'   Overthinking too much? Time to go on a 'thought diet.' In the same way that you take steps to reduce the amount of food you eat in order to lose weight, you can encourage motivational and positive thoughts with a bit of practice and determination. The key is to reject the runaway train that is your conscious mind in its most hyperactive state.   When you choose certain foods that are high in nutrition, and in the right portion sizes, you're choosing to optimize your bodily engine with the right fuel. When you strengthen your mental capacity, you can reject negative thoughts before they take hold and grip your waking hours with endless chatter.   Start questioning your mental habits....

Labyrinths seem very apropo today, as we grapple with modern life becoming even more complex. With that in mind, we are looking forward to having an actual labyrinth you can enjoy at the San Mateo Event Center! It will be provided by Living Labyrinths for Peace and we thank them for some of the information used here.   Labyrinths are one of the oldest contemplative tools known to humankind, used for centuries for personal and spiritual growth. This ancient design has been found as far back as 3000 years in a variety of forms and cultures. Materials to build their labyrinths have included stone, cloth, pottery, sand, tiles, and plants. What are labyrinths? Unlike mazes with their false paths and dead ends, labyrinths have a single meandering path...

  If you're finding yourself with frequent anxiety, depression, brain fog or some other cognition issue, you could have a leaky blood-brain barrier. It may accompany a leaky gut.   Your brain is surrounded by cerebrospinal fluid along with a protective membrane containing your brain’s blood vessels (capillaries), brain cells, and other tissues that make up your brain. This protective membrane is the blood brain barrier. Its purpose is to regulate the movement of neurotransmitters and other molecules between your blood and your brain. This barrier lets in what is necessary while keeping out what could be harmful. As it blocks substances that would disrupt essential neural functions, it’s truly a barrier between life and death.   Scientific research is increasingly confirming a link between the gut and the brain. With inflammation, such as from high...

Are you ready, willing and able to emerge from your 'post-pandemic shell'? Difficulties with fully re-entering society after a prolonged separation may prove daunting, or even anxiety-producing. Utilizing a gradual, mindful approach may be worthwhile. Wade into the depths of societal waters by asking yourself what is most important for your personal comfort zone: How will I balance my home time with social time? What self-care rituals or new habits can I implement to offset any sense of overwhelm? The detrimental effects of isolation on physical and mental health has been well-documented. The global pandemic placed all of us at risk for many types of health issues. It's time to benefit from the good things that outside socializing can provide. When you're sensing...

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