☼ Elige Neon Skin ☼
Hi. I hope some of your medical obstacles have improved. I was wondering what you all have faced, as I think I have faced at least some similar things as you have. Have a lovely day!

Hello.

I seem to have a severe reaction to foods that are glutenous, starchy, sugary, have a complex ingredient list, are animal based products (fish/dairy/eggs/meats), etc. This includes fruits & vegetables as well. 

I’m learning that I have a very sensitive system. My body is as hyper-aware as much as my mind and soul are and they are constantly communicating. I am always flooded with such intense energies that only pure foods actually fuel and heal me. I walk a fine line between feeling great and bed-ridden.
My stress levels are at an all time high which is a leading contributor to my ailments—who can have peace when they can’t pay rent and afford to feed themselves? A vicious cycle. A Karmic Cycle.

All in all, I know that there are many of us who are going through this. It’s the transmutation process, it’s heavy on our bodies. The amount of photon energy we can take in has escalated greatly in the past five years, our bodies are catching up with and integrating these new energies in their own ways. 
Severe chronic illness’ such as IBS and other digestive issues are almost inevitable at this time if you do not lead a stress-free, healthy lifestyle.

I’m learning to create a better world for myself, so that my stresses may subside and I can actually deal live a full, healthy life.


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thepeoplesrecord:

“I think the U.S. government is going to die in its own quagmire of brutality, its own quagmire of hatred and discrimination and the brutality that it has committed over the years and the honors given to people for committing those acts. For instance, for the massacre at Wounded Knee the U.S. government gave out Medals of Honor for killing women and children and that’s a disgraceful, disgraceful chapter and those are the kinds of thing that America is going to die from. Native people will still be here and the good people of America will be here too, but the federal system that has sponsored all these things, that’s endorsed them and still endorses them will die of all that stuff.” — Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement 
I highly recommend picking up a copy of “Ojibwa Warrior” by Dennis Banks - essential reading!

thepeoplesrecord:

I think the U.S. government is going to die in its own quagmire of brutality, its own quagmire of hatred and discrimination and the brutality that it has committed over the years and the honors given to people for committing those acts.
For instance, for the massacre at Wounded Knee the U.S. government gave out Medals of Honor for killing women and children and that’s a disgraceful, disgraceful chapter and those are the kinds of thing that America is going to die from.
Native people will still be here and the good people of America will be here too, but the federal system that has sponsored all these things, that’s endorsed them and still endorses them will die of all that stuff.”

Dennis Banks, co-founder of the American Indian Movement

I highly recommend picking up a copy of “Ojibwa Warrior” by Dennis Banks - essential reading!

(Source: thepeoplesrecord)

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ATTENTION DIALED into HIGHER DIMENSIONS

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The Indigo Evolution Full Length Documentary

Fantastic documentary exploring what it means to be an Indigo Child


awakeningourtruth:

100 Documentaries To Expand Your Consciousness
1. Home (2009)2. Thrive (2011)3. Paradise or Oblivion (2012)4. Love, Reality and the Time of Transition (2011)5. Earthlings (2005)6. Everything You Know Is Wrong (2000)7. Zeitgeist: Addendum (2008)8. Zeitgeist: Moving Forward (2011)9. The Money Fix (2009)10. The Wikileaks Documentary (2010)11. Owned & Operated (2012)12. Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis (2010)13. Apologies of an Economic Hitman (2010)14. The Beautiful Truth (2008)15. The Awakening (2011)16. What Would It Look Like? (2009)17. The World According to Monsanto (2008)18. Esoteric Agenda (2008)19. Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging (2008)20. College Conspiracy Scam in USA (2011)21. The Indigo Evolution (2005)22. Edible City: Grow the Revolution (2012)23. Collapse (2009)24. The Global Brain (1983)25. The White Hole in Time (1993)26. The Primacy of Consciousness (2011)27. Fuel (2008)28. Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil Crisis (2006)29. What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire (2007)30. Resonance: Beings of Frequency (2012)31. War by Other Means (1992)32. Endgame (2007)33. War Made Easy (2007)34. The War on Democracy (2007)35. Rise Like Lions: The Occupy Wall Street Documentary (2011)36. Propaganda (2012)37. The Secret of Oz (2009)38. The One Percent (2006)39. The Shock Doctrine (2009)40. Iran Is Not the Problem (2008)41. PsyWar: The Real Battlefield Is the Mind (2010)42. Vaccine Nation (2008)43. Psychiatry: An Industry of Death (2006)44. Flow: For the Love of Water (2008)45. Kymatica (2009)46. Pots, Pans, and Other Solutions (2012)47. Manna: The Psilocybin Mushroom Documentary (2011)48. What in the World Are They Spraying (2010)49. Why in the World Are They Spraying (2012)50. Globalization: The New Rulers of the World (2001)51. Terrorstorm (2006)52. Fall of the Republic (2009)53. Crop Circles: Crossover From Another Dimension (2006)54. The Day Before Disclosure (2010)55. 9/11: The Road to Tyranny (2002)56. 9/11: In Plane Site (2004)57. 9/11: Press For Truth (2006)58. The Revelation of the Pyramids (2010)59. Ancient Knowledge (2012)60. The Union: The Business Behind Getting High (2007)61. Money As Debt (2006)62. Money As Debt II (2009)63. The Age of Stupid (2009)64. Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism (2004)65. Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview (2013)66. Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century (2010)67. Renaissance 2.0 (2010)68. Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood (2008)69. The War on Kids (2009)70. Palestine Is Still the Issue (2002)71. Peace, Propaganda, and the Promised Land (2004)72. Occupation 101: Voices of the Silenced Majority (2006)73. Walmart: The High Cost of Low Prices (2005)74. Big Sugar (2005)75. The Fluoride Deception (2011)76. Fluoridegate: An American Tragedy (2013)77. An Inconvenient Tooth (2012)78. The Great Culling: Our Water (2013)79. Shots in the Dark: Silence on Vaccines (2009)80. I Am Fishead: Are Corporate Leaders Psychopaths? (2011)81. Capitalism Is the Crisis (2011)82. Slavery By Consent (2012)83. The Crisis of Civilization (2011)84. No Logo: Brands, Globalization, and Resistance (2003)85. 97% Owned (2012)86. Culture in Decline – Episode 1: What Democracy? (2012)87. Culture in Decline – Episode 2: Economics 101 (2012)88. Culture in Decline – Episode 3: C.V.D. (2012)89. Culture in Decline – Episode 4: War on Nature (2013)90. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 1: Akasha (2012)91. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 2: The Spiral (2012)92. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 3: The Serpent and the Lotus (2012)93. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 4: Beyond Thinking (2012)94. Ethos: A Time for Change (2010)95. Rich Media, Poor Democracy (2003)96. Weapons of Mass Deception (2004)97. Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within (2007)98. American Blackout (2006)99. Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections (2008)100. Blue Gold: World Water Wars (2008)101. Big Bucks, Big Pharma: Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs (2006)102. The End of Suburbia (2004)103. Rethink Afghanistan (2009)104. There’s No Tomorrow (2012)105. Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers (2006)106. Priceless (2012)107. What the Bleep Do We Know? (2004)108. Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead (2010)

awakeningourtruth:

100 Documentaries To Expand Your Consciousness

1. Home (2009)
2. Thrive (2011)
3. Paradise or Oblivion (2012)
4. Love, Reality and the Time of Transition (2011)
5. Earthlings (2005)
6. Everything You Know Is Wrong (2000)
7. Zeitgeist: Addendum (2008)
8. Zeitgeist: Moving Forward (2011)
9. The Money Fix (2009)
10. The Wikileaks Documentary (2010)
11. Owned & Operated (2012)
12. Overdose: The Next Financial Crisis (2010)
13. Apologies of an Economic Hitman (2010)
14. The Beautiful Truth (2008)
15. The Awakening (2011)
16. What Would It Look Like? (2009)
17. The World According to Monsanto (2008)
18. Esoteric Agenda (2008)
19. Making a Killing: The Untold Story of Psychotropic Drugging (2008)
20. College Conspiracy Scam in USA (2011)
21. The Indigo Evolution (2005)
22. Edible City: Grow the Revolution (2012)
23. Collapse (2009)
24. The Global Brain (1983)
25. The White Hole in Time (1993)
26. The Primacy of Consciousness (2011)
27. Fuel (2008)
28. Power of Community: How Cuba Survived Peak Oil Crisis (2006)
29. What a Way to Go: Life at the End of Empire (2007)
30. Resonance: Beings of Frequency (2012)
31. War by Other Means (1992)
32. Endgame (2007)
33. War Made Easy (2007)
34. The War on Democracy (2007)
35. Rise Like Lions: The Occupy Wall Street Documentary (2011)
36. Propaganda (2012)
37. The Secret of Oz (2009)
38. The One Percent (2006)
39. The Shock Doctrine (2009)
40. Iran Is Not the Problem (2008)
41. PsyWar: The Real Battlefield Is the Mind (2010)
42. Vaccine Nation (2008)
43. Psychiatry: An Industry of Death (2006)
44. Flow: For the Love of Water (2008)
45. Kymatica (2009)
46. Pots, Pans, and Other Solutions (2012)
47. Manna: The Psilocybin Mushroom Documentary (2011)
48. What in the World Are They Spraying (2010)
49. Why in the World Are They Spraying (2012)
50. Globalization: The New Rulers of the World (2001)
51. Terrorstorm (2006)
52. Fall of the Republic (2009)
53. Crop Circles: Crossover From Another Dimension (2006)
54. The Day Before Disclosure (2010)
55. 9/11: The Road to Tyranny (2002)
56. 9/11: In Plane Site (2004)
57. 9/11: Press For Truth (2006)
58. The Revelation of the Pyramids (2010)
59. Ancient Knowledge (2012)
60. The Union: The Business Behind Getting High (2007)
61. Money As Debt (2006)
62. Money As Debt II (2009)
63. The Age of Stupid (2009)
64. Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch’s War on Journalism (2004)
65. Crossroads: Labor Pains of a New Worldview (2013)
66. Human Resources: Social Engineering in the 20th Century (2010)
67. Renaissance 2.0 (2010)
68. Consuming Kids: The Commercialization of Childhood (2008)
69. The War on Kids (2009)
70. Palestine Is Still the Issue (2002)
71. Peace, Propaganda, and the Promised Land (2004)
72. Occupation 101: Voices of the Silenced Majority (2006)
73. Walmart: The High Cost of Low Prices (2005)
74. Big Sugar (2005)
75. The Fluoride Deception (2011)
76. Fluoridegate: An American Tragedy (2013)
77. An Inconvenient Tooth (2012)
78. The Great Culling: Our Water (2013)
79. Shots in the Dark: Silence on Vaccines (2009)
80. I Am Fishead: Are Corporate Leaders Psychopaths? (2011)
81. Capitalism Is the Crisis (2011)
82. Slavery By Consent (2012)
83. The Crisis of Civilization (2011)
84. No Logo: Brands, Globalization, and Resistance (2003)
85. 97% Owned (2012)
86. Culture in Decline – Episode 1: What Democracy? (2012)
87. Culture in Decline – Episode 2: Economics 101 (2012)
88. Culture in Decline – Episode 3: C.V.D. (2012)
89. Culture in Decline – Episode 4: War on Nature (2013)
90. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 1: Akasha (2012)
91. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 2: The Spiral (2012)
92. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 3: The Serpent and the Lotus (2012)
93. Inner Worlds, Outer Worlds – Part 4: Beyond Thinking (2012)
94. Ethos: A Time for Change (2010)
95. Rich Media, Poor Democracy (2003)
96. Weapons of Mass Deception (2004)
97. Entheogen: Awakening the Divine Within (2007)
98. American Blackout (2006)
99. Uncounted: The New Math of American Elections (2008)
100. Blue Gold: World Water Wars (2008)
101. Big Bucks, Big Pharma: Marketing Disease and Pushing Drugs (2006)
102. The End of Suburbia (2004)
103. Rethink Afghanistan (2009)
104. There’s No Tomorrow (2012)
105. Iraq for Sale: The War Profiteers (2006)
106. Priceless (2012)
107. What the Bleep Do We Know? (2004)
108. Fat, Sick, and Nearly Dead (2010)

Powerful things happen when you are honest about your life.

(Source: thetaoofdana)


Standing up for your basic rights, protesting, questioning, etc. is not an act of passion.. It’s an act of survival and your intuition calls you to do so.


quickhits:

Study shows fossil fuels, nukes unnecessary to provide the world with energy.

PhysOrg: New research has shown that it is possible and affordable for the world to achieve 100 percent renewable energy by 2030, if there is the political will to strive for this goal.
Achieving 100 percent renewable energy would mean the building of about four million 5 MW wind turbines, 1.7 billion 3 kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic systems, and around 90,000 300 MW solar power plants.
Mark Delucchi, one of the authors of the report, which was published in the journal Energy Policy, said the researchers had aimed to show enough renewable energy is available and could be harnessed to meet demand indefinitely by 2030.
Delucchi and colleague Mark Jacobson left all fossil fuel sources of energy out of their calculations and concentrated only on wind, solar, waves and geothermal sources. Fossil fuels currently provide over 80 percent of the world’s energy supply. They also left out biomass, currently the most widely used renewable energy source, because of concerns about pollution and land-use issues. Their calculations also left out nuclear power generation, which currently supplies around six percent of the world’s electricity.

I wasn’t extremely surprised that we could get by without fossil fuels. What got my attention was that nuclear power was left out of the equation as well. A lot of people have been trying to paint nuclear as a necessary evil, saying we’d have to use “clean” nuclear power to reduce carbon emissions. This study proves them wrong.
Turns out we can power the whole planet without using energy from an industry that produces what may be the most dangerous toxic waste known to humanity. Good to know.
[photo via Wikimedia Commons]

quickhits:

Study shows fossil fuels, nukes unnecessary to provide the world with energy.

PhysOrg: New research has shown that it is possible and affordable for the world to achieve 100 percent renewable energy by 2030, if there is the political will to strive for this goal.

Achieving 100 percent would mean the building of about four million 5 MW , 1.7 billion 3 kW roof-mounted solar photovoltaic systems, and around 90,000 300 MW solar power plants.

Mark Delucchi, one of the authors of the report, which was published in the journal , said the researchers had aimed to show enough renewable energy is available and could be harnessed to meet demand indefinitely by 2030.

Delucchi and colleague Mark Jacobson left all fossil fuel sources of energy out of their calculations and concentrated only on wind, solar, waves and geothermal sources. currently provide over 80 percent of the world’s energy supply. They also left out biomass, currently the most widely used renewable energy source, because of concerns about pollution and land-use issues. Their calculations also left out nuclear power generation, which currently supplies around six percent of the world’s electricity.

I wasn’t extremely surprised that we could get by without fossil fuels. What got my attention was that nuclear power was left out of the equation as well. A lot of people have been trying to paint nuclear as a necessary evil, saying we’d have to use “clean” nuclear power to reduce carbon emissions. This study proves them wrong.

Turns out we can power the whole planet without using energy from an industry that produces what may be the most dangerous toxic waste known to humanity. Good to know.

[photo via Wikimedia Commons]

Indigo children: who are they? what are they? am i?

moonflowerchilde:

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carlatorres04:

You know that thing called intuition? It’s your soul, you can trust it. It’s your universal pull.

carlatorres04:

You know that thing called intuition? It’s your soul, you can trust it. It’s your universal pull.

revitalyzedmynd:

A profound statement from Steve Jobs…

BE THE CHANGE


utnereader:
The Advantages of Being Awestruck
According to a study by Harvard psychology students, experiencing a sense of awe can offset stress, sleep disorders, diminished satisfaction with life, and other adverse effects that often accompany the feeling of having too much to do and not enough time.

utnereader:

The Advantages of Being Awestruck

According to a study by Harvard psychology students, experiencing a sense of awe can offset stress, sleep disorders, diminished satisfaction with life, and other adverse effects that often accompany the feeling of having too much to do and not enough time.

Never forget that justice is what love looks like in public.
- Cornel West

(Source: nuanced-subversion)