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  • BambooMoves Forest Hills
    Published 2 years ago
    How to Use the Neti Pot

    How to Use the Neti Pot

    Important Tips On How to Use the Neti Pot
  • Brittany McSorley
    Published 2 years ago
    How To Clear Blocked Chakras

    How To Clear Blocked Chakras

    Chakras are important concepts in Jainism, Buddhism, and Hinduism. Derived from the Sanskrit word for “wheel”, the term chakra refers to points of concentrated energy in our subtle bodies (meaning our non-physical bodies). Chakras are meeting points of energy channels, or Nadi. These channels carry our what tradition calls “vital energy”, “life force”, or “prana”. The total number of chakras in a subtle body varies depending on certain sources and scriptural teachings, but there are seven major chakras that are considered the most important:
  • Dr. Williams
    Published 2 years ago
    The Cell Phone Controversy

    The Cell Phone Controversy

    Ever since the advent of the cell phone many believe that cancer in its many forms increases with each new user. Now, the medical community as well as International Association For Research On Cancer have definitive findings that the cell phones and cell phone towers themselves all have had a hand in the increase of cancer rates all over the world. In order to understand the risks involved in contracting any form of cancer from cell phones one has to know just how cell phones today operate. All cell phones emit radio frequency energy, that much we know or should know. This form of non-ionizing electromagnetic radiation which is absorbed by tissues closest to where the phone is held is the main factor that puts light on the fact that cancer can be developed. A focal point of cancer research. The amount of radio frequency energy a cell phone user is exposed to depends on the technology of the phone, the distance between the phone’s antenna and the user, the extent and type of use, and the user’s distance from cell phone towers.
  • BambooMoves Forest Hills
    Published 2 years ago
    What is Practice?

    What is Practice?

    Sutra 1.13: Ardent effort to retain the peaceful flow of mind free of roaming tendencies is abhyasa.(samadhi pada, translation by Pandit Rajmani tigunait)
  • Patrick Cooper
    Published 2 years ago
    Top 4 Fitness Apps of 2017

    Top 4 Fitness Apps of 2017

    Being able to hit your fitness goals can be difficult under the wrong guidance, especially with a tight work schedule, you may barely even fit the time to give back to your body. However, with the recent surplus of fitness apps on the android and apple market, people are now able to simply download their own virtual personal trainers. The apps allow for step counting, meal tracking, and offering instructional workout routines. To help you get started in your fitness lifestyle, try these 4 free apps that can change the way you look and feel.
  • Ann Musico
    Published 2 years ago
    For Successful Weight Loss Lose the Labels

    For Successful Weight Loss Lose the Labels

    Do you label some foods “good” and some “bad?” That habit may be sabotaging your weight loss success more than you realize.
  • Ljubinko Zivkovic
    Published 2 years ago
    Beat Up Diabetes Before It Beats You Up

    Beat Up Diabetes Before It Beats You Up

    It was one of those standard New Year’s resolutions that always pops up in your mind, but you never really get to it - get a full medical check-up and keep it a regular thing. After all, it was practically ten years since I got one, and I did it anyway because my then-new employer requested I get one. So, for that 17th ‘anniversary’ I finally decided to do one. And all I wanted was just a regular checkup.
  • Seller's Choice
    Published 2 years ago
    Top 5 Natural Cleaning Solutions

    Top 5 Natural Cleaning Solutions

    An International Longitudinal Study found that the use of common household cleaning sprays, even as little as once per week, is linked to chronic adult asthma and childhood throat problems. These common cleaning products have chemical ingredients that can seep into the skin and be breathed in by family members, causing “inexplicable” health issues long-term.
  • Christina Pirello
    Published 2 years ago
    Ah-Chew...Part Deux

    Ah-Chew...Part Deux

    As we move into spring, have you noticed your appetite change? Do you want less food? Do you crave lighter fare?
  • Kenneth Cox
    Published 2 years ago
    Posture and Spine Pain

    Posture and Spine Pain

    Most of the time your spine is fairly durable and flexible enough to absorb the extra pressure from sitting or standing in positions the place added strain on muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints. And if any discomfort is experienced, it’s usually a temporary inconvenience that goes away with a little rest, the application of heat or cold with a heating pad or ice pack, or over-the-counter medications. If you're experiencing lingering back or neck pain, however, you may want to give some thought to how you sit, stand, or sleep throughout your day. Read on to learn what steps you can take to improve your posture and get a break from spine-related pain.
  • Dubraska Lima
    Published 2 years ago
    My Go-To Morning Infusion Can Increase Our Lifespan

    My Go-To Morning Infusion Can Increase Our Lifespan

    When my doctor finally (for the first time in my life) told me that I was doing something good with my daily routine, it shocks me, especially because this was about the amount of coffee I'm drinking. "Three cups a day is totally fine, just keep the same amount every day," he said, and immediately after that, I needed to find out why he didn't ask me to at least reduce the number of cups a day.
  • Christina Pirello
    Published 2 years ago
    Ah-Chew