Photo by Bistrian Iosip | https://tricy.cl/2s9sKgV How preparing for death while we’re still alive (and well) can prepare us to feel more liberated and less traumatized when the time of death comes. By Lauren Krauze Need dying be traumatic? This was the guiding question during last Wednesday night’s discussion at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City for the second meeting of the Tibetan Book of the Dead Book Club, which encourages attendees to consider what the ancient text can offer us in the modern era. In this conversation, Dr. Mark Epstein, a renowned psychiatrist who explores the intersection of Buddhism … Continue reading Does Dying Need to Be Traumatic?
by Jon Rappoport, Guest Waking Times There are many reasons why viewers are deserting mainstream news. This article is about one reason that has been overlooked. One vital reason… Elite television news anchors are absolutely essential to the hypnotic delivery of fake news. They have always been a mainstay of the mind control operation. From the early days of television, there has been a parade of anchors/actors with know-how—the right intonation, the right edge of authority, the parental feel, the ability to execute seamless blends from one piece of deception to the next: John Daly, Douglas Edwards, Ed Murrow, Chet Huntley, David … Continue reading ELITE TV NEWS ANCHORS ARE GONE – HYPNOTIC EFFECT CRUMBLING
by Adam Elder Injuring yourself while working out sucks. You’re finally starting to get where you want to be and BAM: a twinge in the neck; a sharp pain in the back; a dull throb in the knee. Whatever it is, it means your workout schedule is going to get derailed, and the last couple weeks’ progress is going down the toilet. It’s such a frustrating feeling that many of us are tempted to try to push through it, but then you face the risk of being out of action for months, rather than weeks, if you make the injury … Continue reading When You Should Stop Trying to Push Through the Pain of a Workout