Anxiety has never been more prevalent than it is today. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, approximately 40 million adults between the ages of 18 and 54 in the United States alone are affected by an anxiety — and this doesn’t even account for those who suffer silently, without a diagnosis.
Imagine, you look up on a quiet night’s sky and you see a UFO craft flying over your head, how would you feel?
Imagine setting out for the day to explore the great outdoors free of technology, cars, crowds, conversation, work tasks, and more, only to stumble upon an alluring little hobbit-like house in the middle of the forest, just begging for you to slip inside and simply sit.
Have you ever tried to explain a topic to someone, but they were so strong in their convictions that they refused to accept the facts?
With so much chaos and uncertainty around the world — war, terror attacks, racial division, health concerns, and more — it can be easy to become overwhelmed by the negativity of it all, to wonder if things will ever change and if we should even bother trying to help what seems like a lost cause.
Imagine what this could be used for. The world of technology just got a little more interesting. Researchers have developed a pretty mind blowing new piece of video technology that allows a person the ability to transfer their facial expressions on to another person in real-time – creating a video that looks real enough to convince almost anyone.
On February 22nd, 2017 NASA held a press conference to reveal they had found 7 exoplanets around a ‘cool star,’ and that some of those planets could be habitable.
UFO disclosure has been kept to a minimum, as many governments believe that the public isn’t ready to be exposed to extraterrestrial (ET) life and UFO phenomena yet. Government documents often aren’t made public for decades (if at all), so a lot of this information gets buried.
Just a few minutes ago, NASA revealed they have found seven Earth-like planets just 40 light years away in a habitable zone.
It makes sense that we choose friends based on compatibility. I mean, why would we want to form relationships with people who disagree with everything we say or do?
For the last week I have been frustrated beyond belief. Why? I had no idea. Until I realized that the frustration I was feeling was due to NOT using my full potential in my life and work; to side-stepping my true capacity to create what only I can create.
You’ve surely heard the saying, “You can’t understand someone until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” The person who first offered this wisdom is lost to history, but it’s become so ingrained in our vernacular because of the importance empathy has in life.
Ibogaine, an isolated active alkaloid, comes from the root bark of a shrub from central West Africa called Iboga.
Over the past 100 years, cannabis has gone from being legal, to illegal, to entering a strange legal grey area in our society.
Every time I travel, I find myself more enamoured with the world, and yet I have a longing for home. Not necessarily the things in my home, but the way my home makes me feel.
We know air pollution is bad: bad for humans, wildlife, the environment. But the reality of air pollution’s harm is much worse than many may have assumed, growing steadily across the globe and hitting poorest cities the hardest.
We think of music as art, as entertainment, and as a pastime. It’s personal; it’s communal. Music is one of those things that, for many of us, can ignite innumerable feelings and memories in just one song, or even one verse alone.
NASA announced today that they will be hosting a news conference providing updates about discoveries beyond our solar system.
When certain experiences fall outside of societal norms, people tend to keep their personal events to themselves.
Stanford University researchers have created a new battery that could change the way we look at renewable energy storage forever.