Author: Stephanie Marie

Tiny House Movement: Living The Small Life

What does the word freedom represent to you? This is just one of the many introspective questions to contemplate before making the deliberate decision to become part of a new movement which challenges the typical American dream. It’s known as the Small House Movement or the Tiny House Movement. Within the Small House Movement exists a category of homes under 500 square feet, commonly identified as part of the Tiny House Movement. Both names are used interchangeably to describe the movement, as they stand for the same fundamental principles. “It’s not a movement about people claiming to be “tinier...

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The People’s Voice: Be Part Of The Heard Not The Herd

Deemed “the world’s first internet-based live television station” by the The London Economic, The People’s Voice (TPV) permanently aired worldwide on November 25, 2013. TPV television and radio is scheduled to broadcast 24/7 with both live and prerecorded shows nonstop. “The People’s Voice is a free global internet TV & Radio station broadcasting the information, background and opinions the mainstream media won’t touch,” states the television network’s website. The concept to create a broadcasting network as an alternative to mainstream media was collaboratively conceived in May by David Icke and Sean Adl-Tabatabai. By the end of the month, David...

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What Your Cell Phone Is Not Telling You

Ever notice your ear burning after a long cell phone conversation? Welcome to the world of electromagnetic field (EMF) radiation. Although the mainstream doesn’t like to talk about the dangers of EMF exposure, people habitually use and depend upon this wireless technology all throughout the day. This unseen electromagnetic realm may indeed be linked to many of our society’s health conditions like cancer, “ADD”, “ADHD”, anxiety, depression, etc. Cell phones, WiFi, laptops, tablets, cordless phones, microwave ovens, digital radios, power lines, and even wireless baby monitors are among the devices that expose people to these dangerous EMFs. The Russian...

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3D Printing: Manufacturing A Brighter Future

Although the concept of 3D printing has been around since the late 1970s, only recently have 3D printers become more affordable and accessible. An increased interest in 3D printing has ensued over the years, and the technology now reaches industrial and consumer markets alike. For those who are just learning about this technology, 3D printing is the process of making a three-dimensional structure from a digital model. Components required for printing a 3D object include a computer, 3D design software, a 3D printer, and 3D materials. The typical process of 3D printing begins by designing a 3D blueprint of an...

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HeartMath: Heart-Based Living For Global Coherence

As examined in my previous articles, HeartMath: The Heart Is More Powerful Than The Brain and HeartMath: Reading Between The Lines, readers hopefully have grasped the basis of the Institute of HeartMath. Let’s now take a deeper look into the Global Coherence Initiative launched by HeartMath… Typically without realizing, individuals are constantly interacting with electromagnetic fields. Unseen to the human eye, these energy fields are not only measurable but also impact each person on a daily basis. According to the Institute of HeartMath, the electromagnetic field of the heart radiates outwards and changes in accordance to one’s emotional state. In other words,...

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HeartMath: Reading Between The Lines

As I briefly touched upon in my previous article, HeartMath: The Heart Is More Powerful Than The Brain, we know that the Institute of HeartMath has established over 20 years of extensive scientific research concerning the interactions between heart activity and brain function. Let’s now take a closer look into the scientific explanations that support these discoveries from HeartMath. The Shifting Rhythm of the Heart Science once assumed that the heart at rest beats similar to a metronome, which ticks at a steady rate and consistent rhythm. This is measured when visiting your physician, who takes your pulse and...

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HeartMath: The Heart Is More Powerful Than The Brain

To a degree beyond belief, the heart performs the most influential role in the body. We have been taught that it is only our brain that is in control, while the rest of our body obediently responds to its commands. Although the brain is important, this misconception is not the case and mainstream science has now revealed the full story. The Institute of HeartMath, a nonprofit research and education organization, has uncovered these revolutionary findings and is continuing to research this significant relationship between the heart and the brain. With over two decades of scientifically validated research, their examinations...

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