Tips To Help End Your Insomnia

In Health And Science by billyojai

Lifestyle and health: Often people with insomnia and sleep disorders tend to be consuming too much alcohol or caffeine. Try limiting your intake or cutting down on how much coffee or alcohol you are drinking – if you think you

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James Cameron: Going Vegan is Good for the Planet/ Vegan Recipes

In Food by billyojai

In a recent interview with LA Observed, Hollywood director James Cameron and wife, Suzy Amis Cameron, proclaim that going vegan has a significant impact on the environment. Having gone vegan themselves in 2012 after learning about the environmental consequences of eating meat, Cameron said that “we could cut [carbon emissions] 14.5 percent overnight by not eating meat and dairy.” Ms. …

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Veggie Recipe: Asparagus, Fennel & Spinach Soup + Topping

In Food by billyojai

In our house, soup is rarely served without some kind of topping. It’s almost like a yin and yang thing, we start talking about soup and the conversation automatically moves on to topping suggestions. I guess it’s a pretty natural thing since we eat a lot of soup and prefer it to be a more complete meal, instead of just …

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What Buddha Taught & What We Can Learn From It

In Religion and Spirituality by billyojai

Is it real or is it memorex? Just because something is not permenant, ie; forever, does not mean it is not ‘real’. The discussion itself is a ‘circular redundancy’.  One can enter a blender world of word meanings. Nobody really knows what the historical Buddha said. Any belief system that has denied a woman’s spirtual energy for centuries, severly lacks the …

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DIY Natural Herbal Salves for Pain Relief

In Health And Science by billyojai

It’s a fact that almost all pharmaceuticals are based on natural plants. Here are a couple of DIY recipes for pain relief without the precautions of the side effects of unnatural chemical combinations entering your body By Sandy J. Duncan | Natural News What do you reach for when you are in pain? You certainly don’t want to rub toxic chemicals all over …

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War is a Racket by Smedley Butler

In Politics by billyojai

WAR is a racket. It always has been. It is possibly the oldest, easily the most profitable, surely the most vicious. It is the only one international in scope. It is the only one in which the profits are reckoned in dollars and the losses in lives.

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15 ‘Brave New World’ Secrets Finally Exposed

In Personalities by billyojai

Aldous Huxley’s 1932 classic Brave New World is arguably one of the most inventive novels published in the 20th century. In case you haven’t taken a trip to Huxley’s World State in quite some time, here are a few interesting facts about the novel’s inspiration and the legacy it spawned. 1. IT STARTED OUT AS A PARODY. Before creating his …

The Web Of Life – Hidden Worlds of Ocean Biodiversity

In Environment by billyojai

There should be no doubt we live in a ‘web of life‘, where the entire planet is inter-related. While a person may not feel immediately affected by certain disruption to tje earth’s living eco-system, down the road, and we are well down the road, larger and larger segments of humans and their abilities to survive on this planet will be …

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Recipe: Mushrooms and Greens with Toast

In Food by billyojai

Here is a pretty nice recipe that can also be vegan if you and substitute the butter, and use faux cheese, at least that is what I did. And It tasted great!   Regarding the ever-present stacks of cookbooks around the apartment, my mother joked to me on Sunday that I should open a library. She’s probably right. I don’t …

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Being No One: Consciousness, The Phenomenal Self, and the First-Person Perspective

In Mind And Brain by billyojaiLeave a Comment

Metzinger’s central question is: How exactly does strong, consciously experienced subjectivity emerge out of objective events in the natural world? He also asks if and how our Cartesian intuitions that subjective experiences as such can never be reductively explained are themselves ultimately rooted in the deeper representational structure of our conscious minds.

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The Extended Mind – Mind Beyond the Brain Rupert Sheldrake

In Rupert Sheldrake, Science by billyojaiLeave a Comment

People believe in the “evil eye” in Southern Europe, the Arab world, Turkey, Greece, India, and many other parts of the world. Many people try to protect themselves against such looks with amulets or special prayers. These beliefs also were common in England until the seventeenth century, when skepticism suppressed such thoughts, but in Greece, as mentioned before, this belief is still very common.

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US Presidential Election So Corrupt The FEC’s Head Says Agency is Completely Powerless

In Politics by billyojaiLeave a Comment

It’s not often you hear a public official openly state that the agency under her control can’t do its job. Usually, excuses are made, bucks are passed and talking points spun to give the illusion that agencies are not only capable of performing their duties, but could be oh-so-much-better if they weren’t hobbled by everything but themselves. This is refreshing — if ultimately depressing — honesty.

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Excuses That Can Derail Your Success

In Motivational by billyojaiLeave a Comment

If you don’t have your life together as you would like, success is going to be tougher to achieve! So it’s not that anti-success justifications aren’t genuine, since they most definitely are. Exactly what’s NOT genuine, is that you have yet to take aggressive, as well as prompt action to silence your self doubts, put them in check, and most importantly, do what is required to achieve your goals

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16 Healthy Habits to Start Forming Now

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Regardless of exactly what your objectives may be, there are numerous ways to start right into the regimen of doing – and enjoying, healthy routines. The trick to making good habits stick is to discover just what maintains you to be committed, encouraged, as well as inspired. Let’s have a look at a couple of alternatives for incorporating healthy and balanced rituals into your routine.

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Quick Ways to Soothe Dry Eyes and Protect Your Eyesight

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Dry Eyes are a condition due to the reduction in superb as well as quantity of tears. Typical signs consist of: pain from eye, irritability, a sandy or gritty experience, minimized endurance to speak to lenses, as well as level of sensitivity to light. In early stages, the symptoms may appear to appear and also go away, but usually intensify as the day proceeds.

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Nice Tips to Looking and Feeling Confident

In Motivational by billyojaiLeave a Comment

Confidence is “being there.” This means being in the moment and acting with intention, not distracted by second thoughts or being “in your head.” Not listening to your inner critics or assuming what others are thinking of you, judging or presupposing “their” reaction instead of just moving forward—and confidently.