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Proof Of Reincarnation? This Boy Remembers His Previous Life As A Woman, Named Pam

Posted by on Feb 10, 2015 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Collective Evolution   Proof Of Reincarnation? This Boy Remembers His Previous Life As A Woman, Named Pam Collective Evolution Do you believe in reincarnation? Is it something that happens to our soul when we die? Do we move onto another life in a different physicality and continue our evolution as souls? There are many different perspectives and opinions on this. There are also many religions based entirely around this concept, and amazingly enough, a lot of evidence that can directly support this theory. Take Luke for example, a little boy who vividly remembers what appears to be a past life as a woman who died in the 70’s named, Pam. “We shouldn’t define the soul by race or gender.” Watch the video below to heard about Luke’s story.     Further Evidence About Reincarnation Interestingly enough, this is not...

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Microorganism-rich Soil as an Essential Part of the Food Supply

Posted by on Nov 12, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Waking Times  Photo: Pixabay Microorganism-rich Soil as an Essential Part of the Food Supply Waking Times Video – Fred Kirschenmann discusses the importance of healthy, microorganism-rich soil as part of a sustainable and safer food supply. Kirschenmann serves as both a Distinguished Fellow at the Leopold Center for Sustainable Agriculture at Iowa State University, and as President of the Stone Barns Center for Food and Agriculture in Pocantico Hills, New York. He is the author of a book of essays, Cultivating an Ecological Conscience: Essays by a Farmer Philosopher, which track the development of his thoughts over the past 30 years.     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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From Desert to Oasis in 4 Years

Posted by on Oct 16, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 2 comments

Geoff Lawton   From Desert to Oasis in 4 Years Video by Geoff Lawton Another fantastic video showing us how to green a desert in unthinkable conditions. But as always, the man who knows how to do it is Geoff Lawton, who has proven numerous times that it is possible, and the tool which makes it possible is called – permaculture.     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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You Are More Beautiful Than You Think

Posted by on Oct 2, 2014 in Blog, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video  Photo: Pixabay You Are More Beautiful Than You Think ‘Dove’ has found an excellent way to promote their products – something we are not considered with on this site – but the message is definitely worth sharing: You are more beautiful than you think.     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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The Truth about School

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in Blog, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video   The Truth about School by StormCloudsGathering The other day we posted a video on synchronicity – well this video came flying by in a moment where we talk much about education and the standard school system. I thought of it many times, that schools are not designed to teach you how to live; they are designed to teach you how to serve. This is an excerpt from the video: “Did you ever wonder how it is that kids spend 13 years from kindergarten to high school supposedly being prepared for life, yet when they get out they don’t have any real skills? 13 years, and aren’t taught to how to grow a garden, how to build a house, how to fix a car, how to balance a check book, or how to cook a healthy meal. 13...

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What is Synchronicity?

Posted by on Sep 25, 2014 in Blog, Inspiring Stories, Video | 1 comment

Video  Photo: Pixabay What is Synchronicity? An Extraordinary Synchronicity Story This is probably the most exciting synchronicity story I’ve heard so far. I found this while browsing through zengardner.com; so the credits for finding it go to him (or his wife :)). It is a must watch:       Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Leaving College For Good Was The Best Choice I Made. Here’s Why

Posted by on Jul 2, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Collective Evolution   Inspiring Ted Talk by the Co-founder of Collective Evolution.   Leaving College For Good Was The Best Choice I Made. Here’s Why Collective Evolution About 7 years ago, something happened in my life that changed the way I saw myself, my life and the world. I left college for good. I had been through 3 different programs in 3 years trying to figure out what worked for me. I was depressed on and off. I couldn’t believe that life was simply wake up and go to school until you get a degree. Then, wake up and go to a job you don’t truly like to make money to support your life until your 60 and then hopefully you can retire. Then, you die. I had to make a change and all along something told me that...

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Capuchin monkeys reject unequal pay

Posted by on May 27, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video / Introduction by Alen Mischael Vukelić Photo: Pixabay Capuchin monkeys reject unequal pay Our sense for fairness and equality is no socialist idea but a natural heritage. The program, which was placed into our minds that we are ruthless competitors, has taken away the joy of playing with each other and established the rule to play against each other. Of course we feel estranged from nature and ourselves; this is why we need laboratories with monkeys to find out who we really are. We test animals to understand their behavior, while, in fact, we are trying to find our way back to reason and sanity. There is always a deep discomfort looking at people who are amazed by the wondrous functionings of nature. Why? Because it means they still don’t understand it; they still experience this world through...

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The man who planted trees

Posted by on Mar 27, 2014 in Blog, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Photo: Pixabay/organictalks.com The man who planted trees This is an awesome story about a man who planted trees. An inspiration and perhaps revelation for anybody doubting in the power of one single person. You think you have no impact on this world? Watch this.     Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Raw Vegan Diet Makes 70 Year Old Woman Look 40

Posted by on Mar 13, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 1 comment

Photo: Pixabay Raw Vegan Diet Makes 70 Year Old Woman Look 40 I know this video has been circulating for some time now. It shows a 70-year-old woman, who has been raw vegan for 40 years, looking like she hasn’t aged a day. I think this is the best answer to all concerns that are being raised in regard to this diet. She probably doesn’t even look special – it’s just that most people look old for their age because of bad eating habits. This is how most people look underneath …   )   Please leave a comment, and don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Green Bronx Machine – growing our way into a new economy

Posted by on Feb 26, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

  Stephen Ritz is a South Bronx teacher/administrator. With the help of extended student and community family, they have grown over 25,000 pounds of vegetables in the Bronx while generating extraordinary academic performance. His Bronx classroom features the first indoor edible wall in NYC DOE, which routinely generates enough produce to feed 450 students healthy meals and trains the youngest nationally certified workforce in America. Stephen has consistently moved attendance from 40% to 93% daily, helped fund/create 2,200 youth jobs, captured the US EPA Award for transforming mindsets and landscapes in NYC, recently won the ABC Above and Beyond Award, helped earn his school the first ever Citywide Award of Excellence from the NYC Strategic Alliance for Health and attributes these results directly to growing vegetables in school. His speech at Columbia University, “From Crack to Cucumbers,” along with...

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Temperate Climate Permaculture Food Forest

Posted by on Feb 7, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video / Introduction by Alen   Temperate Climate Permaculture Food Forest With this video we continue our series on permaculture and its implementation in a real environment. As you probably already know, we try to show you as many ‘solutions’ as possible, because permaculture is a living thing, which has already proven successful in different parts of the world. It continues to be the best model for re-greening devastated land areas. This time we are in New Zealand. Enjoy watching.     Type ‘permaculture’ in the search box (top of the page) for more videos, leave a comment below, ask a question, and don’t forget to follow us on Google+, Twitter, via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight

Posted by on Feb 5, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video   Jill Bolte Taylor’s stroke of insight Neuroanatomist Jill Bolte Taylor had an opportunity few brain scientists would wish for: One morning, she realized she was having a massive stroke. As it happened — as she felt her brain functions slip away one by one, speech, movement, understanding — she studied and remembered every moment. This is a powerful story about how our brains define us and connect us to the world and to one another. Jill Bolte Taylor, an American brain scientist, experienced right-brain reality very powerfully when she suffered a hemorrhage that stopped the left-side functioning – dominating – as it usually does. She was on an exercise machine when she realised something very strange was happening: ‘… it was as though my consciousness had shifted away from my normal perception of reality, where I’m the...

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Food Security and Environmental Transformation. Nature will help you – if you help her.

Posted by on Jan 17, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video / Visuals by Stanka / Introduction by Alen Mischael Vukelić  Photo: Pixabay/organictalks.com   Food Security and Environmental Transformation. Nature will help you – if you help her. Many times I’ve thought of how to explain to someone the connection between an intact environment and one’s own prosperity. Abundance of plants, water, and animals makes people prosper and evolve while a degraded environment makes people suffer. It’s an easy equation and best shown in one of the facts put forward in this video: along with the regeneration of nature goes the economic rehabilitation as well. Someone who believes that economics cannot go hand in hand with the environment, is wrong. Nature supports our well-being if we stick to billion-year-old rules, which must be obeyed. This video shows what I couldn’t put into words. Absolutely worth watching.     What...

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Did you know: Icelanders overthrew their government, jailed their bankers, and are rewriting their constitution?

Posted by on Jan 7, 2014 in Blog, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video / Visuals by Stanka / written by Alen Mischael Vukelić   Did you know: Icelanders overthrew their government, jailed their bankers, and are rewriting their constitution? Did you know that Icelanders made their whole government resign? Did you know that they jailed the bankers responsible for the crisis? Did you know that the constitution of Iceland was scrapped and is being rewritten by private citizens; using a crowd-sourcing technique via social media channels such as Facebook and Twitter? It’s just astounding how little attention has been given to the Icelandic revolution. The people of this island country have not just managed to get out of the biggest crisis after World War 2, but have also made a real clean-up of everyone who was involved in the breakdown of their banks and economy. The problem is that it’s good...

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From Bare Dirt To Abundance – A Year In The Life Of a Vegetable Garden

Posted by on Jan 6, 2014 in Blog, Health & Food, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video / Visuals by Stanka / Introduction by Alen Mischael Vukelić   From Bare Dirt To Abundance – A Year In The Life Of a Vegetable Garden This video shows you how to grow food in your backyard – starting from scratch – from bare dirt. It amazes me every time to see what nature can do in a situation where people would say – impossible. The intro of the video has some weird alien figure – start from 1:25 if you want to skip that.     Please let us hear your thoughts on this, because we believe that those kinds of projects will be key in the not so distant future. Don’t forget to follow us for more articles and videos on Google+, Twitter, or via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the...

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Inspiring Short Clip on Free Will and Human Dignity: A Love Story

Posted by on Jan 5, 2014 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

  Inspiring Short Clip on Free Will and Human Dignity: A Love Story by LearnLiberty.org     Don’t forget to follow us on Google+, Twitter, or via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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The power of the subconscious mind

Posted by on Dec 31, 2013 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

  The power of the subconscious mind Gregg Braden will get you in the right mood for this new year. He is going to share with you how the power of your subconscious mind can direct your life in any direction you want – you just have to know how to do it. Find out how. Happy New Year.     Please let us know what you think, and leave a comment below! And don’t forget to follow us on Google+, Twitter, or via RSS feed, or by simply subscribing to our newsletter at the end of this page!  ...

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Beautiful Cob-Homes for Debt-Free Living

Posted by on Dec 20, 2013 in Blog, Daily Talk, Inspiring Stories, Video | 0 comments

Video / Visuals by Stanka / Written by Alen Mischael Vukelić   Debt-free houses for debt-free living These kinds of homes are our personal favourites – although it hasn’t yet materialized – we like to monitor everything that is happening around this type of housing. We believe that houses should be affordable for everyone, and they should definitely not be a lifetime project as it is now. Paying of mortgages into your old–age, just for having a roof over your head, is crazy. Most people are so used to this fact that they never question it. It is as it is, and once they get into this spiral of working overtime to pay off their debt; they begin to deify their property as a temple. I believe the reason for it is just the immense amount of energy spent...

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