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Autism

Essentials of Pranic Healing

Move your body. Exercise in moderation restores your pranic energy. The movement of blood and lymph through your body is akin to the flow of rivers and streams....

Activate Your Dormant Brain Cells as You Age

There have been numerous advances in epigenetic studies – the science of how genes are altered in organisms like us via environmental changes instead of altering the genetic code (DNA) itself. ...

The Neurobiological Secrets of Consciousness

“All matter originates and exists only by virtue of a force. . . We must assume behind this force the existence of a conscious and intelligent Mind. This Mind is the matrix of all matter.” — Max Planck, 1944 With advances in scientific research, we've come closer to understanding...

Identity

No Self: How Identities are Created

What makes up the “I” in you? You may define yourself as many things: a mother, a father, a sibling, a friend, a lover, etc. You are not your identity. However, it helps to know how your identity was created. Modern psychologists and ancient teachings align on...

The Use of Subtle Energy for Autism

Though mainstream science is quick to disparage mind-body medicine for its lack of peer-reviewed, double-blind placebo studies carried out with large sample sizes and lengthy durations, we know that there is often little money to finance projects that would prove allopathic medicine is limited in...

Vibrational Therapy for Autism

The autistic child is often a savant with incredible intellectual skills, especially as pertains to memory. Sadly, we’ve categorized both children and adults with a “defect” or “syndrome,” when those with autism likely only foreshadow a time when everyone will have upgraded DNA, and expanded...

Are Autism and Williams Syndrome Defects in Human Genetics or Advances?

Most people have heard of autism by now, with the incidence rising astronomically in the past decade. Those with autism usually display an inability to connect to other human beings emotionally, while being intellectually disabled in some ways, in others intellectually advanced. Some social anthropologists...