Category: Thought of the day

How to purge guilt, trauma triggers and all that ‘ish like a boss

June 24, 2017 | 0 Comments

I was chatting with someone today who asked what to do with the soul-crushing guilt they were carrying around. “Oooof,” I said. “Guilt… guilt is a killer.” Guilt is by far the most damaging emotion a human can have. It’s born of fear and contributes to all sorts of sicknesses—physical and intangible—and causes us to do all sorts of insane, damaging things to ourselves and our loved ones. The worst part is […]
Take back your power. Declare your sovereignty.

April 11, 2017 | 1 Comments

The concept may sound trite, but if you don’t disagree with something… don’t make a mental note and consciously declare your stance… if you dig your head in the sand and ignore something because the idea overwhelms you… at the end of the day you are signing up for it. The world is a disaster. Life is often almost too much to handle, many of us struggle with depression, financial […]
Structured Water: best treatment for MS, cancer, autism, depression, HIV, radiation, meridian flow and more??

April 8, 2017 | 0 Comments

HOLY SHEET ON A SCHEECK! I’ve spent the last day and a half going down the most amazing rabbit hole of… water. the newest re-discoveries of water. did you know that water: is the best antibiotic, antiseptic and antiviral? Will change it’s molecular structure (without changing it’s chemical makeup), resulting in being toxic or medicinal? has colloidal properties? Has memory? Has magnetism? Reacts to electromagnetic frequencies as weak as the […]
On-point breakdown of DNA’s little-known functions, fractal structure, sound, emotion, timespace relationships and more… presented by the most adorable scientist ever

April 4, 2017 | 0 Comments

From birth through high school graduation I was an art nerd. Math was never my strongest area, and while science and technology interested me, in my mind they were guilty by association. I managed to make it to 12th grade without taking a single science class and still graduated with only 4 quarters of basic intro sciences I cruised through with little homework. But that lack of interest took a […]
Spyware apps for your teen’s phone. Here’s what’ll happen.

March 14, 2017 | 0 Comments

Facebook ads are usually pretty spot-on with their targeting of me. I suppose it helps having a background in marketing/advertising. I understand that ads are a reality and do what I can to ensure I’m not getting crap that doesn’t interest me. If I’m going to be pandered to, at least let me get a pair of killer shoes out of it. This ad, though, was very, very wrong. For […]
Miscommunication, the heart’s EMF and The Man In The Doorway

March 11, 2017 | 1 Comments

It’s odd right? How your brain, when given a visual it can’t put together, will turn it into the closest thing you can recognize. For instance, how many times have you thought you saw, out of the corner of your eye, another person standing in the doorway or hallway only to turn and realize it was actually a stack of boxes or something? Your brain doesn’t have much practice focusing […]
Thought of the day: Failure

August 30, 2016 | 0 Comments

  Don’t try. Just do.   Will you fail? Probably. Does it matter? Most definitely. “Try” implies failure, and if you stop, you will be. However if instead of giving up you keep going, all of the sudden you haven’t failed, you’ve learned a lesson. Don’t fear failure. Embrace failure. Plan for it. Revel in it. Learn from it. Adjust for it. With each failure you are that much more […]