The Four Elements Of Raising Your Child

Today's parents have a bit more on their plates as far as ensuring things go well for their children, and for the future of our humankind. Many of these issues have to do with the ever-new technologies that are youth are attracted to. While we all tend to love...

The Power of the Water Principle

  We learned earlier that blood – the red river that flows through every creature with bones – does much to let the Water Principle nourish life. Every cell ultimately taps into this river to get its nutrients. Blood depends upon us feeding it with food. There is a...

Breathing

What’s interesting about breathing is that even though you don’t consciously involve yourself in how you do it, the way you do breathe affects you in a variety of ways. For example, studies show that if you breathe in quick shallow ways, a stressed consciousness will...

Expand Upon Your Assortment of Spices

There is a reason the spice trade is what stimulated much of the commerce during Europe’s age of world discovery. Life becomes more interesting when we draw upon more of Nature’s many principles that plants put into the flavors of a spice. Along those lines, it’s...

Perk Up Your Life With Green Drinks

There is no substitute for Green Drinks to get nutrients easily and economically into your body. You would have to take 10 to 30 pills or capsules to get the amount of nutrition that is in a serving of these drinks. Further, they are well absorbed because they are in...

Making Food Tastier, Naturally

Condiments are what we as humans have been using for thousands of years to add to the pleasures of eating. Our national obsession with catsup and mustard expresses America’s way of using condiments to make our collective food-eating experience a good one. In...

The Four Elements and the Beatles
The Four Elements and the Beatles

And then there are the Beatles – possibly the most important musical group over the last 50 years or so. I suggest that the reason the Beatles were so esteemed and well-liked in popular culture back then is because the four elements moved so well through them. Let’s...

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