By Steven BancarzJanuary 15, 2015
Martin Pistorious was just 12 years old when the doctors diagnosed him with what they believed was Cryptococci Meningitis, a sever fungal infection of the brain. This news completely devastated his parents. His conditioned worsened until he was in a vegetative state, unable to move or care for himself. He lost his motor skills, his speech, and was unable to perform even the most basic of human functions.
Meet the world’s happiest man, Mattieu Ricard. Ricard is a 66 year old Tibetan monk and geneticist, who has displayed unheard of brain gamma waves. These gamma waves are intertwined with attention, learning, memory, and consciousness. These unheard of gamma waves are what lead researchers to declare Mattieu as the world’s happiest man. Ricard claims meditation is the secret to his blissful success.
“Meditating is like lifting weights or exercising for the mind”, Ricard told the Daily News. “Anyone can be happy by simply training their brain”, he states. Continue reading
More than seven tons of a popular brand of hummus have been recalled nationwide due to possible listeria contamination ~ Hot Mamma’s Foods has voluntarily pulled tons of hummus and dips nationwide due to possible contamination ~ The products distributed by Target under the Archer Farms label and supermarket chains Trader Joe’s and …
Despite the daunting title, “Fat, Sick and Nearly Dead” is a very inspirational documentary on the journey of Joe Cross from Australia as he goes on a juice fast for 60 days. The results are amazing! Watch it free here: http://www.rebootwithjoe.com/watch-fat-sick-and-nearly-dead/
Cage free eggs and free range chickens sound great, like chickens happily frolicking around barns and pastures. If I hear free range I think of chickens outdoors, dust-bathing, perching, and going after their normal instinctive behavior. Wouldn’t you too? Unfortunately this is far from true in many cases – The …
As you know, our mission at Divine Earth is to spread the wisdom of holistic living and living in accord with nature. To this end I encourage you to take some time to watch The Sacred Science. This intriguing documentary follows the lives of 5 people with varying illnesses as they take a leap of faith and journey deep into the Amazon to meet with curanderos, healers that use the healing power of nature. These shamans are keepers of ancient knowledge that has been passed down in a lineage that spans centuries. Today their way of life and the sacred medicines of the jungles are being threatened by urban sprawl and deforestation.