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“Wisdom is knowing the right path to take…Integrity is taking it.”

Very often we hear: “you must have an integrity…, this person has an integrity, follow his example…or his integrity is corrupted, don’t be like him”.

But what “integrity” actually is, who are those people that have integrity, why integrity is so important and how can go bad or corrupted?

 As the above stated, beautiful quotation and the dictionary, says: “integrity is the quality of being honest and having strong moral principles…it is a moral and righteous way of dealing with a situation or a problem”.

Thus, having an “integrity” means when someone actually acts according to the values, believes and principles they claim to hold.

There are many examples of how a person with integrity acts, and here are some of them that show the contrast between what a person with integrity will do, and what not.

1.Parents apologizing to their children

This is one of the most seldom acts of kindness and integrity that nowadays is done. By definition almost all parents think that they are smarter than their child and claim the right to be always right, just because they gave birth to them.

But they forget that the child is not a property and they also have feelings and a very long memory, especially when they react with a lot of emotions. So sometimes the parent should forget about the label “parent” and try to act as a human being instead.

When one is wrong, one is wrong, no exceptions! When we do something hurtful, negative and breaks someone else’s well-being, we should sincerely apologize to them, whether a child, or animal, or plant. If you want to be at peace and sleep a good night sleep, do apologize when it is your fault.

2. Bosses give credits for the achievements of their employees

 No matter what kind of position we have, we must always act with kindness and support to all the ones that have not yet reached our level of competence.

Most of the bosses in today’s competitive world are heartless, narcissistic and so ego-centered that do not even deserve to be called a “human being”. But luckily there are some very good exceptions.

The boss should never forget that once he also was just an ordinary worker, an employee, but he possessed an extraordinary talent that was noticed from his own boss and led him to the title he now has.

So, maybe there is also someone with a great talent, or the other extreme, someone with greater vanity than his, that one day shall take over his place. Remember – no one is irreplaceable, so start respecting those who work for you, respect every human being, for if the workers are happy, so is the boss.

3. Lovers that never argue in a negative way

Now you might ask how this is possible, but it is. One can argue and confront and give a strong feedback, in a way that the things said, do not have any negative impact on the other.

When we argue it is not necessary to hurt someone else’s feelings just because ours are hurt. Being hurt just means that we have let the other person bring the worst in us, and it is actually our fault that we became so negative.

In such a moment remember to find the source of the argument, not to be caught up in a quarrel which is only the result of unacknowledged deeper issue. Try first to understand each other, than if this is not possible just leave, never stay to resolve a pointless argument just for the sake of arguing.

4. Public figures, people of importance to apologize for being wrong

Very often when someone gains little more importance in the public life suddenly gets “amnesia”. This is the case when these “persons of importance” forget who they were, where they came from.

They suddenly do not remember any of the people that have helped them along the way, and start to neglect the ones who cared enough to help them get where they are now. But one should never forget the ones who helped him up, he will need them on his way down.

5. Giving someone the chance to explain themselves

This is very important quality one should have, because almost all wars, all confrontations have happened because of great misunderstanding.

People tend to be very hasty, impatient and “all-knowing” when it comes to letting someone speak for themselves. If one is patient enough and gives the other time and chance to explain themselves why they have committed such a deed, or why they have said those words, the world shall never see another war.

All this pain and suffering we experience is because we put our self in the role of “the judge and the jury”. But remember that as you judge, so shall you be judged.

6. Selflessness

 Fortunately there are more and more people that open up their hearts for service to others which is the opposite of service to self. This means that one directs his whole actions and deeds toward reaching the highest good for humanity and all living beings and is a beautiful way of living.

Examples of such selflessness are many unselfish deeds we can do in our ordinary life, not just see them in the movies: helping one with their baggage at a train station, caring someone else’s heavy books to school or just sharing your lunch or your belongings with someone less fortunate than you.

Always remember that happiness and love are the only things multiplied when shared!

30 Ways To Make Love – And No, This Has Nothing To Do With Making Love

It is that time of the year again – it’s the New Year’s resolutions time! Grab your chance now and make a U-turn of your life. Start making sure you’re your own NR.1 priority! Practice some self-love and respect! Be more powerful than ever and shine in 2017!

Here’s how you do it, in 30 amazingly simple ways, inspired by well-known blogger Mark Chernoff that can really change you and your perception of the world.

 1. Accept criticism – try to accept different opinions about yourself – some people will like you, others will not. There will always be someone who is critical of you. Don’t take it too personally, focus on those who admire you and do what you need to do.  

2. Appreciate little things – start enjoying your morning coffee or tea, talking to your best friend when you need a shoulder to cry on, take a brisk walk, enjoy a beautiful sunset etc. Or buy that new coat that you saw the other day in your favorite shop?!

3. Appreciate your body more – think of your body like a machine: all its parts need to be functional! Honor and respect your body and be aware of what it does for you daily! Every time before bedtime, rub your body with a good body lotion, pamper it a bit!

4. Be forgiving – no matter how hurt you were at a certain point in life, you need to let go of that pain and learn how to forgive. Forgiveness cleanses our souls so ditch the resentment and your pain will gradually disappear too!

5. Be(friend) – Be your best friend, not your enemy. Have inner conversations, self-reflect. Surround yourself with positive people who will help you to remember how beautiful you are as a person. Associate with people who encourage you to improve.  Dance, cry, smile, plan, enjoy life and grow spiritually together! Also, choose new friends that you can learn from and who inspire you!  Appreciate new friends by their actions and not their words and promises! Remember, your friends reflect who you are!

6. Be genuine – work on your own ideas, be a true inspiration to yourself and don’t imitate others, rather respect your own individuality and beauty.

7. Be happy – smile more! Don’t wait for your happiness to happen later in the future, create it by enjoying now. Find happiness within; don’t wait for your partner to make you happy! What is more, don’t give your partner the power to make you feel unhappy just because they’re feeling bad or grumpy!

8. Be honest – be absolutely honest and true to yourself. Don’t handle the truth selectively. See what aspects of your life need to be changed. Also be honest about your current state of mind, plans, ambitions or even your weaknesses. Work on them to improve them, and so become the best version of yourself in the future!

9. “Beat” yourself! – some of us like to compete with others. That’s wrong! Why? It’s a waste of energy and time. The only person you should compete with or beat in something is the old version of YOU! This will bring the sense of inspiration, progress and personal development. Start competing against an earlier version of yourself. 

10. Be helpful – help people in distress. Look around, perhaps your neighbor needs help or comfort?! Volunteer in your local community. We all surely could use more kindness in our lives! Start helping those around you. 

11. Be inspired / inspiring – how many times did you think nicely of a person but didn’t really bother to compliment them on their looks or behavior? Next time, dare to give them a compliment, show inspiration – they will appreciate it and you will feel better too! Be inspired by others and happy for their success. Their positive examples might brush off! Start cheering for other people’s achievements.

12. Be optimistic and grateful – choose to see the world as beautiful and positive, especially perceive beauty within. Try to write a gratitude journal. Keeping things in perspective helps us feel grateful for what we already have in our life.

13.  Brush up your self-confidence – work on your self-confidence daily! How, you might wonder? Read and learn new things, follow webinars, watch videos on personal self-development or motivation!   

14.  Compare not – don’t compare yourself to others. Everyone is unique. Inspire yourself by own uniqueness and try to be an inspiration to others instead. Especially don’t compare yourself to your friends via social media – live your life for real, leave the virtual life behind!  

15. Count your blessings, not your weaknesses – if you are treated badly or you feel hurt, you have two choices:  you can be bitter or you can be better off. The best is to use such experiences to become a better person. Use your pain as your life teacher. Your weaknesses will offer you growth opportunities.

16. Create new relations – some relations that we have are stale and without any positive energy so why not get rid of them?! Especially if you are involved with emotional leaches! After all, new relations bring new inspirations!

17. Dance more – even if you’re not really a dancing type, practice some dancing occasionally, whether with your friends in the club, or when alone at home, in front of your mirror! Dancing will raise your energy level and create positive vibrations so have a small dance ritual every Friday when you come home – end each week with a little weekend dance! 

18. De-stress more – when at work, take short breaks more often (not behind your computer though!) or have a nice walk in the park. Take a hot relaxing bath or read a book when at home. Or watch a funny movie with friends – this all can help you to de-stress! And no, your telephone or hanging out on social media don’t count as remedies against stress J

19.  Disregard opinions of others – don’t worry about what other people think of you. The only opinion that counts is yours!

20.  Don’t be afraid – love your fears critically. However, don’t in advance focus on irrational fears by imagining all the terrible things that could possibly go wrong. Think positively, and you will live positively! 

21. Don’t control – many of us are control freaks to some extent. We want everything to be perfect and to go exactly as we’ve planned it! However, accept that you can’t control everything in life so focus only on things that you can control! This will take away your feelings of frustration and helplessness. Control your actions and deeds, that you surely can!

22. Dream more – remember your childhood dreams and how brave you were then to dream of becoming an astronaut, a scientist or anything else that you wished for, without any boundaries?!  So what happened to your dreams? Remind yourself of your past dreams – give another chance to your new inspiring ideas.

23. Eat properly – try to feel real hunger and eat only when you’re hungry instead of filling emotional voids. Don’t be tempted by cravings!  Use plenty of water, fruit and veggies.

24. Energize – only focus on things that give you positive energy. You can also energize with a good old relaxing bath or with some exercise.  

25. Enjoy the moment – Carpe diem or seize the moment, as they say! Don’t project your thoughts into the future but appreciate living in the current moment. Many people make this mistake – they wait for the right moment to become thin enough, rich enough, educated enough. The right time is now! So grab the moment, grab the opportunity right now!

26. Exercise regularly – weight loss or exercise regime should not be connected to your looks solely but to living a much healthier and balanced Sport at least 2-3 times per week, keep fit!

27. Face your problems – try to see challenges, not problems. When facing “problems”, analyze quickly, and take immediate action! Don’t procrastinate! And never let your “problems” define who you are as a person!

 28.  Learn more – try to learn a new thing every day or every month! Learn from others, let them learn from you.  Follow a course or an interesting local workshop. Adopt an attitude that you can learn from anyone, in every situation! Yu can even learn from your own child – the most important thing that you can learn is who you really are! Our children are great life teachers! 

29.  Love more – be polite, love yourself and others. Have love for people, nature, animals and little things that bring little pleasures in life!   

30. Set personal goals – planning is more than a half work done, they say! Try to define at least 3 important goals for the year to come. And take concrete action. Setting goals will mean more dedication and determination to succeed! So go for it! And of course, keep the sense of accountability for own life – after all, you are the creator!



As the global consciousness rises, more and more people tend to take time for themselves, to be alone, to listen to the beautiful silence within. Not long ago, if one was purposely isolating himself, he would have been treated as depressed, sick, and maybe even labeled with some psychological disturbance.

This is why it is very important to understand that not all people have the same personality type.

The first psychologist that made very clear distinction of two basic types of personalities was C.G.Jung. He discovered that people, in essence, can be energized by two types of settings: the external world – naming them extroverts or by the internal world – introverts.

While the extroverts wants to put their mark upon the world in loud, dynamic way, the introverts tend to spend their time living in their own inner world and if they do want to leave a mark in the outside world they do this quietly, in peace, and acting from their seclusion.

Though in todays modern world the extrovert ones take the lead, there are actually some very beneficial qualities that one can learn from an introvert person. Here we shall name 5 of their beautiful traits.

1.More effectiveness in independent activities

Introverts tend to enjoy very deeply in the silence and wisdom of their own thoughts. This kind of calmness brings out all hidden creativity and helps to finish the work with more “deep-insight” into it. Artist, inventors, writers, spiritual teachers, great composers are usually introverts.

So if your task (no matter what it is) requires an in-depth realization and a great deal of creativity and individualism, being little introvert will bring best results.

 2. Effective Listening 

Other quality that introverts have is that they know how to listen and they do indeed “listen”. Oppose to the extroverts that have continuous thought flow and very rarely listen to what others have to say, introverts mind is a beautiful meadow that doesn’t have any chaotic thoughts to disturb the peace within.

This is why they are truly good listeners and if one wants to be a good friend, good spouse and co-worker he should know how to listen. Being able to listen means respecting the opinion of the others and in return we also get to be respected. Introverts do not speak much, and if they do, then it is because they have really something to say.

This trait of theirs helps them to be good political and especially spiritual leaders, best friends and good psychiatrists and psychologists, thus enabling them in any kind of social work with people, especially working with children.

3. Knowing to appreciated seclusion 

This personality trait is very beneficial if your work is connected with meeting deadlines, preparing for big events in very short period of time. Introverts do not have any problem of being alone, they enjoy their own loneliness which is not the same as “feeling alone”.

Introverts do feel alone sometimes, but not when they are intentionally secluded from everything else. An extroverts need all the fuss, all the noise, all the chaos even to think, but more people around means that more needs must be met and usually we are left at the end of the row. But introverts do not have this problem, in their own solitude they find peace where their own needs are met first, and then the rest of the work is done.

So being or left alone one can more easily adjust the focus of their attention on the task, to complete it with minimum flaws. When introvert person works, they tend to finish the task very effectively in only few attempts, so they cope better with deadlines.

4.Take time to explore every new situation 

Unlike the extroverts that tend to speak and act first and then think, the introverts first think things through and then act or speak. Before of their quality to examine their thoughts first, they usually do not end up in wrong situation or situations that do not benefit them.

This is very positive quality that one should implement when confronted with any new situation. One should always think about where the new situation is leading and is it even a positive one.

Never go rushing into any experience, into any situation without first having a clear picture in your head of the consequences of the situation, or at least what are you dealing with.

5. Deeper connection and evolvement 

Introverts rarely enjoy big gatherings, concerts, public shows, but on the other hand they do enjoy private or small gathering with very few close friend, which are particularly selected for the theme of the gatherings. This means that when they make a friendship or any kind of relationship they are fully committed to it.

When you are befriended with an introvert person know that they have chosen you for a reason and after good deal of thinking and examining. And because of this they are deeply connected with whatever they do, they put their heart and soul in every conversation, in every moment with the ones they love and they never gossip or indulge into pointless conversation.

This is why they have greater understanding of people and deeper knowledge and wisdom of everything they have explored and learned.

This being an article for the beautiful traits of the introverts doesn’t mean that the extroverts are less good. Every type of personality if directed to positive things is beautiful and has its own charm.

Nevertheless, the best is if one knows the qualities of both types of personality and use his free-will to mould them into his own unique personality that will help him cope in everyday life situations.


What is this so called “gut-feeling”, is it same as intuition, is it “the heart” speaking to us, and how can we listen to it in all the chaos of our rational mind?

Intuition literally means –“learning from within”. It is the art, though peculiar to the human mind, of working out the correct answer from all available data, which until then are latent in our consciousness, but awaken when we are in need. It is a divine “gift of knowing” given from ourselves to ourselves.

Whether you call this “gift” a gut-feeling or tapping into your intuition or following your instinct, understanding how to pay attention to it, is a vital skill for success in ordinary life and business. Yes, intuition is a skill, a sense we possess. It is what people call “the sixth sense” and we all have it.

Some may think that it is an extraordinary gift given to the “chosen ones”, but this is not true. Intuition is a part of us and as we were thought to bring out the best use of our other five senses, we must also learn how to activate and use this sixth sense.

Intuition or gut-feeling is expressed by every person very differently, it can look like a “butterflies in the stomach” sensation, or you’ll get goose bumps, or if you are more conscious you’ll receive a loud warning from your inner self.

I am sure we all have had some inexplicable feeling of knowing that something is right, and more often, that something isn’t. But as always, we were so caught up into the net of our safe, habitual, thinking that we have neglected this beautiful voice from inside.

Most of the time, unfortunately, we hush this feeling that tries to help us. How many times we haven’t pay attention to our intuition and very soon, we’ve regret it?

There are many reasons why you must learn to listen and use your intuition wisely, but here are the 3 main ones.

  1. It is shaped by the knowledge you gained from all your past experiences 

Intuition is based on all your former thoughts, feelings and emotions gained from your past experiences and exactly this is the measure by which you shall be guided towards your present and future decisions.

Although sometimes it is wise to ask for help from someone who has already been in that sort of situation, you must never forget to listen to yourself, because at the end you’ll be the one taking on the consequences.

This is why you should always trust what you’ve experienced until now and most important what the consequences were. Remember, no one knows you better than you do!

  1. It is scientifically proven web of facts and feelings 

you should know that the birth place of intuition as a sense, is the pineal gland (med.) or the energy center located between the physical eyes (spirit.). This part of the brain is the connecting point where the body, mind and soul’s information from our past, present and future-potential experiences are put together in order to “show” us where we are headed with our current experience.

One can say that here is the CEO of our body/mind/soul human complex, the center where decisions are made, but it is always up to our free-will if we want to put them into manifestation.

  1. It connects you with all the nerve cells from your body 

The feeling that we call “gut-feeling” as the term says is coming from a center which is placed in the lower abdominal part of the body. This center is actually the birth place of the “human feelings” and when we are faced with a choice our above-consciousness sends signals to all the nerves in the tummy where we actually “feel” the information.

Now, as previously said, intuition as a sense is located in the pineal gland, so when we “feel” the information from our above-consciousness, we do not “see” them, yet.

All this information is now being transferred through the nervous system in our body, all the way up to the pineal gland where they are transformed into thoughts, which now start to appear to us as something we call “visions”. Thus logically, intuition is a gut-feeling enforced with thoughts and visions.

Now, knowing all this facts I think that there is no better way to make your decisions, than to pay attention to what your body, mind and soul tells you. A beautiful way to learn how to do all this is by practicing the amazing philosophy and practice of meditation.

So please take time to breath and listen to your intuition, it will tell you everything you’ll need to know.

This Breathing Technique Will Help You to Achieve Energetic Balance, Relieve Stress, Clear Emotional Blocks And Infuse Yourself With Energy

“When the breath wanders, the mind is also unsteady. But when the breath is calmed, the mind will too be still, and the yogi achieves long life. Therefore, one should learn to control the breath.” – Svatmarama, Hatha Yoga Pradipika

According to Vedic teachings, our body’s energy system contains energetic pathways through which energy flows in, throughout the body and out. These pathways are called nadis.

There are three main nadis and they all run through the chakra system, feeding the chakras with energy.(We have created a series of articles about the chakras. )

While Sushumna is the pathway which runs from the root chakra to the crown chakra in a straight line, the Ida and Pingala are connected to the left and right nostril, the brain hemispheres and all the aspects of our being: energetic, emotional, mental and physical.


If one of the nostrils’ airflow is blocked or interrupted, the energy flow in the respectful energetic pathway is decreased as well.

The pathway which is connected to the left nostril is called Ida. Cool and nurturing by nature, it is said to control all mental processes and the more feminine aspects of our personality.

It is connected to the right brain hemisphere.Pingala, the solar nadi, is connected to the right nostril. Its warm and stimulating nature controls all vital somatic processes and oversees the masculine processes of our personality. It is connected to the left brain hemisphere.

How important is it to achieve energetic balance?

Throughout the day, one of the energetic pathways is dominant (ida or pingala), and you can easily observe which pathway is dominant in you by observing your breathing. If the left nostril is the dominant breathing pathway, then you have the Ida dominant and vice versa.

This is a normal condition for everybody, but the importance of balance between the two pathways is nevertheless a great one. If this imbalance continues for longer periods, it may result in personality, behavior and health issues.

The most powerful method of balancing the ida and pingala is the breathing technique called NadiShodhana (Sanskrit for “Nadi cleansing”), or alternate nostril breathing.

How to Practice Alternate Nostril Breathing

NadiShodhana, or alternate nostril breathing, is a very simple but powerful breathing exercise that you could do for about 3-5 minutes whenever you are feeling tense, under pressure or stressed.

This breathing technique stimulates the sympathetic nervous system which runs on the neurotransmitter adrenaline to allow us to fight or flee in stressful situations, or perceived stressful situations.

So this is how you do it:

  1. Take a deep breath and exhale.
  2. Place your thumb and middle finger on both your nostrils and close the right one.
  3. Inhale through your left nostril – close it.
  4. Open your right nostril – exhale – inhale – close it.
  5. Open your left nostril – exhale – inhale – close it.
  6. Open your right nostril – exhale – inhale – close it.
  7. Continue with your left nostril, then the right one and so on.

Keep on breathing this way for 3 to 5 minutes and in the end release your nostrils and take a final deep breath and relax. Keep the breathing at a natural rate of 1:1 (inhale:exhale) and you may deepen your breathing further in the exercise. Don’t make unnatural breaks between inhaling and exhaling, but keep it at a natural tempo.

The Effects of Alternate Nostril Breathing

The physical benefits of NadiShodhana are immediate. These include lowered resting heart rate and respiratory rates, balanced blood pressure andincreased skin conductance.

It balances the nervous system, evening out differences in sympathetic and parasympathetic tone and enhances the ability of both the left and right hemisphere.

Practicing this technique on a daily basis will help you balance your whole being and improve your mental, physical and emotional state. It is a great technique for immediate and long-term results.

How To See And Read People’s Aura

The aura is a bio energetic field made up of subtle vibrations (thus colors) that surrounds our bodies. The aura is the reflection of our inner energetic state (primarily dependent on the activity of the chakras, so through observation of the colors of the aura, one can tell of the mental, physical and spiritual state the person is and set a very precise diagnosis.

The aura serves as a shield against external energetic vibrations as well as a means through which we communicate with the energies of other people, animals, plants, or in short, the environment.

The existence of the aura has been acknowledged since ancient times, but it hasn’t been until recently that scientists found a way to detect and understand the aura just as spiritualists always have.

What does the aura look like?

A healthy aura is usually seen as an oval sphere of energy surrounding the body. It is made up of seven layers each serving as a vibratory image of the different aspects we are made of. Its size depends on our physical, mental and emotional states – the healthier they are, the bigger the aura is.

Each layer of the aura is a reflection of a different aspect of our being. They vibrate at different frequencies and hold different information.

  • The first layer is known as the etheric aura. This field vibrates closely to our body and it holds information about our physical state and it vibrates at 1¼ – 2 inches from our body.
  • The second layer is the emotional layer of the aura. It extends about 1 to 3 inches from our body and its vibration is dependent on our emotions and feelings.
  • The third, or mental layer of the aura can extend anywhere from 3 to 8 inches from the body. It reflects our ideas, thoughts and mental processes.
  • The astral layer is the fourth layer of the aura and it spreads out about one foot. It represents a bridge to our spiritual realm.
  • The fifth layer, known as the etheric template, extends about two feet outward. It is called the etheric template because it contains a blueprint that contains all the forms of the physical world.
  • The sixth layer is the celestial aura. It extends up to two and a half feet. This layer is connected to the spiritual realm.
  • The seventh layer is called the ketheric template, which extends to over three feet. This field surrounds all the other inner fields and holds them together. It vibrates at the highest frequencies and it reflects all the experiences and events our souls have gone through. It is the link to the Divine and becoming one with the universe.

Only the most practiced and ready mind can see and communicate with all the layers of the aura. The higher the layer, the more subtle the energetic vibration is, which means it is more difficult to be perceived.

How can YOU see the aura?

The third eye is an energetic system which allows us to gaze into the subtle vibrations and energies around us and beyond. Its main ‘organ’ is the brow chakra[hyperlink].

By energizing and charging this chakra, you can open your abilities to see the subtle colors of other people’s and your aura. It also takes a lot of practice and patience, but the prerequisite is a good functioning brow chakra.

Here are some step-by-step instructions on how to start seeing the aura:

  1. Have your brow chakra open, balanced and charged.
  2. Ask a volunteer for some of their time and patience. They need to be willing to let you see their aura (as it is easier to see it that way).
  3. Have the person stand in front of a white wall and start staring at their brow chakra (the point between the eyebrows) for some time. Try not to blink.
  4. At first, a white line will start appearing around the head, neck and shoulders. Don’t turn your eyes to it, as it will disappear! The brain functions in a way that it erases (or creates blind spots) all things it is not accustomed to perceiving.
  5. The white line will start to become thicker and thicker until you start seeing a white halo around the person’s head and shoulders – you’ve started seeing the subtle energy around the person, but not entirely!
  6. Slowly turn your attention to the crown region of the head and stay there. The field will grow larger as you gaze longer.
  7. You may start seeing certain colors – this is the first step to seeing the aura.

Don’t get frustrated if it doesn’t work at first. The brain will not let you see things it is not used to. It simply erases them as if they do not exist.

This exercise will help you train your brain to getting accustomed to seeing the subtle vibrations. Nature has given us all that we need to see the auras of everything around us (yes, it is not only humans that have auras, and you can also practice seeing the aura of a large tree – it is very easy!).

What is the meaning of the colors you see?

Each color is a certain vibration that gives off information about the person’s state. Here is a list of some colors and their meaning:

RED: It relates to the physical body, heart or circulation. Deep red can reflect a person who is grounded, realistic, active, and with a strong will-power. Muddy red stands for anger, anxiety or nervousness, money worries or obsessions.

ORANGE: It is the color of vitality, vigor, good health and excitement. A person with lots of energy and stamina, creative, productive, adventurous, courageous. One can also experience stress related to appetite and addictions.

YELLOW: It is the color of awakening, inspiration, intelligence, creativity, playfulness and optimism.

GREEN: It represents growth and balance, and most of all, something that leads to change. It stands for love of people, animals, nature.

BLUE: A communicative, caring, loving and a person who loves to help others.

INDIGO: An intuitive, sensitive and a person who can see the bigger picture.

VIOLET: Psychic power, attunement with self, intuition, vision. An idealistic and artistic person.

BLACK: Indicates long-term un-forgiveness collected in a specific area of the body. Lack of vital energy in certain areas which leads to health problems. Also, entities within a person’s aura, chakras or body.

WHITE: Purity and truth.

Rainbows: A healer or a starperson (someone who is in the first incarnation on Earth).

Everything You Need To Know About LUCKY NUMBER 7 Is Here :


Throughout the ages, through all the doctrins of the existing belief systems and the Scriptures that were left for Humanity to learn from, we encouter similarities that (if understood correctly) very plainly show us that there is One Source of Knowledge that we learn from and can be applied in very different ways.

Such source of incredible knowledge is the Sevenfold  Kundalini Chakra System (as described in the Hindu tradition) and it has very interesting connection to the number 7 and all our human characteristics that we possess.

First of all one must understand that ALL is ENERGY and energy is the CREATOR of all. And since we, as Humans are included in this ALL we are also enegy. Now, if Energy IS the Creator which is never created, but creates all, it can neighter be created or destroyed, we can say that this Energy is always transformened from one state to other.

So by analogy, all the energy that we are contained in the form od a human being  is always transformed, and this is done by our everyday experiences that we go through. To understand “how” this transformation is being  done, one can picture the human body as a sevenfold battery that needs charging on daily bases, and here is when the knowledge and the implementation of the Sevenfold Chakra system comes in turn.

As pointed in all the scriptures that do explain the chakra systems in all our bodies, this Sevenfold Chakra system contains 7 large energetic centers through which we are connected with all our Selves, the Universe and Mother Earth. Through the activities and maintanance of this seven large energetic centers all our experiences and all our characteristics are being created.

Here is a chart where one can see how everythig can be classified in seven groups and each number and chakra has its own characteristic and connection to everything else.

Number Chakra Sin/ Vice Characteristics of a blocked chakra Virtues
1 root ch. wrath Ressistance, obstinance patience
2 sacral ch. gluttony carelessness temperance
3 solar plexus ch. greed Deception, injustice charity
4 hearth ch. envy Infamy, ingratitude kindness
5 throat ch. sloth Unwilligness, untruthfulness diligence
6 brow ch. lust Living in illusion chastity
7 crown ch pride Hypocrisity humility


In the Christian literature there are also mentioned 7 deadly “sins”, which actually are missuse od the coresponding energy center or chakra, which as a consequence creates a living Hell for the person who gives “birth” to them. There are also 7 virtues that are the antidotes  to the 7 vices or “sins”. They are:

There are also 7 days of the week, 7 planets, 7 human senses and 7 elements which correspond to each chakra:

Chakra Planet Day Sense Element
Root ch. Mars Tuesday Smell Earth
Sacral ch. Moon Monday Taste Water
Solar plexus ch. Sun Sunday Sight Fire
Heart ch. Venus Friday Touch Air
Throat ch. Saturn Saturday Hear and talk Ether
Brow ch. Mercury Wednesday Thought AEther
Crown ch. Jupiter Thursday Consciousness Light

I hope you’ve enjoyed traveling through all this amazing connections and universal schemes and all this shall help you get a glipse of the “why” in your own life experiences.

The Importance of HGH Testosterone Therapy and Why It is Considered Revolutionary?

Nowadays, HGH testosterone therapy is very popular with adults in their early or late forties, who are threatened by melancholy, discontent, lethargy, diseases and etc.  And this is not what just has been counted, but a lot more – since this condition of people who have been feeling down both mentally and physically affects their lives’ success, career achievements, passion for the partner and affection towards the family members.

 HGH testosterone therapy renders a chance to live with the vitality and enthusiasm which are far behind forgotten. If by any means deficiency of HGH testosterone therapy is diagnosed, take the chance to get your life back to normal.

HGH Testosterone Insufficiency Indications

As the ages go by, the ceasing of the chemical processes in the body producing the testosterone problem is normal. But, it is not the only one process that our well-being in every sense of the word depends on. The testosterone insufficiency concern that comes with the ages as well, represents a problem for both men and women. YES, WOMEN TOO ARE AFFECTED! The symptoms of this deficiency problem are the following:

  • Lack of energy,
  • Melancholic or depressive moods,
  • Insomnia,
  • Poor oxygen delivery to cells,
  • Loss of muscle mass,
  • Bone weakness,
  • Bad cholesterol values,
  • Memory deterioration,
  • Eyesight is affected,
  • Heart attack risk

When it comes to men, they experience erection dysfunction, lack of libido, lack of sexual performance etc. Women typically experience painful sexual act due to vagina dryness or poor libido, gaining weight and bloating too. Also, the lack of testosterone in women proved to be the cause for menopause symptoms rather than the estrogen deficiency. 

As you can read above, there are quite lot of symptoms, which are not to be ignored. If you experience any of the above mentioned symptoms, you may suffer from this problem. However, the best thing to do as soon as possible is to make an appointment at a doctor who has specialized in testosterone therapy and to find out which deficiency are you affected by. Getting your hormones back to normal is a priority!

Read about the Benefits form HGH Testosterone therapy

When facing low testosterone production issue, your body feels like a vehicle that is constantly under the brakes. However, it is no coincidence writing about this problem, because the cure is here obviously.

 With this HGH Testosterone replacement therapy you can finally put an end to the sweaty nights. Your libido will increase as if you are in your twenties, and you can enjoy passionate intercourse with your partner without fear of not doing the right way. Then follows the normalization of the good cholesterol at the expense of the bad one, gaining no unnecessary weight, and maintaining variety of happy moods. Also, the bones health will be improved a great deal since you won’t have to care about diseases or falls that come uninvited and are typical for the middle ages.

There are three types of HGH Testosterone therapies: testosterone cypionate, testosterone propionate, and testosterone enanthate. The type of treatment you will be prescribed depends on the type and the lack of testosterone deficiency.  By receiving the right HGH therapy you will not only improve your physical and mental health, but your energy, vitality, eagerness and enthusiasm will be brought back.(nexelmedical.com)

Is there a natural way to increase the testosterone without a therapy?

If we tell you that there are two ways through which you can increase the level of testosterone, what would you choose between HGH testosterone therapy or a natural therapy? You would probably believe the first one, since many of you will find the second one more demanding and sometimes unachievable because of our busy lifestyles.

 Yes, why not the first-to read this?! But, if your curiosity is still triggered about the natural way, here it is. The natural therapy requires regular 8-hour sleep, sticking to a nutritious diet plan with plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables, and proteins, an intense daily workout, proper meals and no stress.

Hormonal discrepancy has many different forms and it affects human life to the fullest. But, leading a life with all its benefits and privileges is priceless. And even if you are facing this problem, nothing is lost when a treatment is possible. Allow yourself you enjoy the privileges of the modern world which offers a solution to almost all problems regarding your body.

In the end…

Today, take the chance to be checked by a specialist in HGH Testosterone replacement doctor in order to restore the joy of the past life. Your testosterone treatments are always personal, as the doctor prescribes the best therapy according to your blood results, examination and review of the medical forms. And don’t forget- the transformation begin with one call only. Good luck!

Our Kids are Doomed, and it’s our Fault

We are the worsts parents ever. We are an intelligent and high-tech society, but we are doing this parenting business backward. We are losing touch with everything that is natural. Because of our shared faults, our next generation will have a harder time than us. We would like to think that we are so evolved; survival is a non-issue. We just failed to notice that our kids are doomed. What are the signs and where have we gotten it wrong?

We Demonize Co-Sleeping like a Sin

Here in our Western society doctors and “experts” alike treat co-sleeping parents as outliers or worse, criminals. Ok, that might be an exaggeration, but you see the point here? Co-sleeping has been around for centuries and is still currently practiced all over the world, except in the West. Why the complete disconnect? For our grandparents, co-sleeping is the norm. Have we as a society became so technologically advanced that we can replace a mother’s touch with an app? Have our kids outgrown the need to be held, nursed and comforted round-the-clock?

We might think that we are spoiling our kids with too much affection. The opposite is true. Babies who are loved unconditionally and are used to being enveloped in their parent’s warmth grow up as more emotionally healthy adults. Co-sleeping removes the burdensome routine of sleep-walking in the wee hours of the morning just to feed a hungry baby. You can’t expect a baby to self-soothe and suppress hunger all night long.

Parents are likewise getting more sleep. When there is no need for a baby to cry out his lungs in the middle of the evening, this kid learns how to trust. Independence begins with total dependence. With these facts, why do we have all that fuss and bad press about bed-sharing?

We Are in So Much Rush that we forgot to Slow Down for our Children

When it comes to child-rearing, it’s not just about quality but rather, quantity time that matters. We are caught in between two or three jobs to pay the bills. We forgot to slow down and to have some quiet moments with our children. Time is the currency of love and hurry is its enemy. To replace the void, we let our kids distract themselves with electronic entertainment.

We are speeding up our lives while failing to see the subtle signs that are children are trying to tell us. Kids are likewise forbidden to go out, explore and get dirty. Nowadays, kids would just hole themselves up in their room, oblivious to the world and in a cocoon of their own.

Instead of parental guidance, it’s the media and peers that set the bar. Blasphemy, savagery and anorexic bodies became the standard of cool. More and more boys see violence as acceptable. More and more girls accept anxiety, self-harm, eating disorder and body shaming as the new norm. Why can’t we see into these things all along?


We Treat Hyperactivity as a Disease and Diagnose More and More Kids with ADHD

Never in history have we seen this much cases of ADHD (roughly 5% of children worldwide). Our grandparents have previously called these children as merely “mischievous.” Before the advent of TVs and the internet, these kids were treated with an iron hand and some tough love. Fast forward nowadays and these kids are now drugged daily with ADHD pills just be “normal.”

But upon a closer look, almost half of these kids are erroneously diagnosed with ADHD. These poor children might have something else going on. Some health professionals failed to delve deeper, just branding children with ADHD-like a quick fix.

In reality, there are lots of other health conditions that mimic ADHD. Visual problems can cause a child to be inattentive. Fatigue and not getting enough sleep can backfire and make these kids hyperactive. Auditory and sensory processing disorders can also mimic ADHD, but we are rarely testing for these conditions. That being said, drugging grade school kids is not a cure. In reality, it won’t even help in the long run. Add to that the fact that these ADHD drugs are highly addictive. This being said, we are prepping our kids to a lifetime of addiction and quick fixes.  


High Academic Expectations Drive our Teens to Take “Smart” Drugs

No country can beat the US in its highest rate of stimulant addiction during finals exam season. Stimulant abuse is the new cool in American high school and universities. We are putting undue pressure on our teens. What we missed out is instilling in them the sense of discipline. Pressure over grades, fatigue due to a truckload of school work and competition for elusive college admissions have driven our teens to the brink of addiction.

Elsewhere in the world, people take drugs to get high. In the US, students take drugs to get high grades. Smart pills (most likely ADHD drugs) became the staple come cramming season. All these because we rammed into the throats of our children the “fact” of life: good grades beget a good university, which will later translate to a nice job and lots of money.

If our kids are not hooked up on drugs during grade school, they will eventually take it come college time. Just about when we parents are just content with our morning cup of coffee, these kids are taking pills like candy. Self-motivation is gone, a quick fix is on. The weak won’t survive, so our teens feel the need to pump themselves out or else, they’ll go bust.

The Wrap

Who is to blame with these dilemmas, you might ask? I don’t know. Perhaps you and I are all liable. Last century, it took a village to grow a child. Nowadays the world has gotten smaller. This collective guilt has spread the world over. So I just shake my head in despair; this is too much for me to ponder.

6 Simple Ways Every Career Woman Can do to Avoid Procrastination

Your tasks are all piled up and you are just so determined to get everything done by the end of the day. But when procrastination hits, you can’t help but set everything all aside. Today’s tasks become tomorrow’s. And this whole frustrating cycle goes on and it won’t end unless you do something about it.

It isn’t bad to take a short break from all your work stuff. You need it too! But if your break becomes as long as the rest of your day, you’re in trouble. There’s no denying that, us, women are often occupied both by paperwork and the daily tasks, especially those career moms who need to have both hands working in the office and at home. So, if you just skip one task, you would get another pile of unfinished business.

Fret not! You can put a halt to it. Indeed, little things do matter and these simple ways can control your tendency to procrastinate. You probably have done some of these steps but, like what they say, just go on and keep trying.

  1. Find a good ambiance.

Just imagine a noisy and mucky workplace. Do you think you could focus on what you’re working on? A good atmosphere always ignites a relaxing mood and energy. And when you’ve got the energy you need, you would be more productive and determined to accomplish all the things you have to do. Working out on a project definitely becomes much easier with a nicer and cozier working environment.

Try to get a spot in a coffee shop or a neat and calm space at home. If you’re working in an office, tidy up your workplace and remove all the stuff that might distract you.

  1. Make your own to-do list.

                It has always been proven effective when you list out everything you need to do in a day. A to-do list allows you to evaluate which task needs to be done first. It tells you what your priorities should be. So, if you’ve got several projects needed to be done within a deadline, you can start off by listing them down. A notebook or a planner will do. Jot down the projects or paperwork you have to work on. List the deadlines to know which requires an immediate action.

  1. Difficult tasks come first.

                That’s right. Be tough and go on with the difficult tasks! Though not everyone prefers to go by which project is harder, rather by the deadline, some still find it quite effective. When you accomplish a difficult task, it seems like letting go of a heavy burden in your chest. Because you know you were able to finish it, you would be even more motivated to proceed with the easier projects. You’d be more productive and less procrastinating! Hooray!

  1. Stop multitasking.

                Just when you think you accomplish a lot of work by doing everything at the same time, you don’t. You are actually doing less than what you think you did. And because you are not focused on one particular project, you are less efficient thus unlikely to finish it in time. Much worse is your tasks are doubled and it will tire you out eventually. Once you are stressed and tired, you’d procrastinate. So, do one task at a time.

  1. Try listening to music.

                Not everyone has the habit of listening to music, but if you try, you may find it beneficial. Music is one of the greatest gifts human could ever have. Listening to the right choice of music can soothe your mood, improve your creativity, boost your energy and reduce your stress. Truly, music has a lot of benefits. If you haven’t tried it, why don’t you give it a shot? Just remember that not all kinds of music can enhance your performance at work. You should still be careful what types of songs can help you accomplish your tasks.

  1. Take a break.

One of the simplest ways to overcome procrastination is to take the root out – stress. So, don’t be afraid to give yourself a break. Relieve your stress. Take a nap or pamper yourself in a salon. We, career women, are often too busy with the everyday activities at work and at home. If you let the stress tire you out, you won’t have much motivation to go on. Give yourself some rest. Just don’t go too long before your deadline ends!

Fight Off Procrastination!

                Procrastination is one of our weakest points and sometimes, seems impossible to fight off. However, even the littlest ways could be the most effective. Why don’t you try these simple tips? And if you overcome procrastination, your accomplishments would be more than just a reward. It’ll be part of your success story!

Erin Taylor is the founder of YouthTune.Com, a music adventurer. She loves learning about music and audio devices, and she’s probably been to the music festival you were at last summer.