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If everything is energy, including you, then being mindful of the energies you are exposed to and consume can only serve to enhance your experience as an energetic being. When one begins to understand the intricacies of human consciousness, or energy, then it becomes increasingly obvious that living in and consuming large amounts of low consciousness, low energy media is as destructive to our spiritual well being as smoking is to our physical well being. That may seem like a strong claim, but there is substantial information available to back it up.
The field of consciousness research is exploding with information about ascending levels of human consciousness. Writers such as Dr. Bruce Schneider and Dr. David Hawkins have demonstrated that consciousness can be measured, and one can elevate consciousness in order to improve not only the quality of one's own life, but the quality of life on this planet.
The work of Schneider and Hawkins demonstrates that mainstream culture is...Read More »
- Astrology.com Financescopes | Work + Money | Wed, Oct 17, 2012 7:07 PM EDT | Comments
Aries (March 21 - April 19)
You want to be financially comfortable, and getting to that point is taking a lot longer than you'd like. It could be that you're setting the bar too high, Aries. Come down a peg or two and re-evaluate your own attitude rather than assume things are just all wrong.
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Taurus (April 20 - May 20)
Not everyone shares your values when it comes to, well, value. You think things are worth one thing and a partner or other associate thinks they're worth something else entirely. You're bound to butt heads over it, all day long.
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Gemini (May 21 - June 21)
You have to do a bit more calculating if you want to get that one precious -- to you -- item you've
- Lylah M. Alphonse, Senior Editor, Yahoo! Shine | Work + Money | Wed, Oct 17, 2012 4:10 PM EDT | CommentsWomen's issues took center stage at the second presidential debate Tuesday night -- and not just in terms of reproductive rights -- when undecided voter Katherine Fenton stepped forward with a question about women and equal pay.
Republican Presidential candidate Mitt Romney debates with President Barack Obama at Hofstra University on Tuesday, …
Where the 2012 Presidential Candidates Stand on Women's Issues
"In what new ways do you intend to rectify the inequalities in the workplace," she asked both candidates, "specifically regarding females making only 72 percent of what their male counterparts earn?"
President Barack Obama answered first, recounting his childhood (raised by a single mom, grandmother hit the glass ceiling working at a local bank) and reminding viewers that the first bill he signed as president was the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act.
Related: Highlights from the 2nd Presidential Debate
"And that's an example of the kind of advocacy that we need because women are increasingly the breadwinners in the family," he told the crowd. "This is not just a women's issue. This is a famil...Read More »
What I write in the post many wont believe and I don't know if they will allow this to be read by the masses any way....Read More »
Remember the 1930s well it is happening again only worse.
It has started an inflationary depression.
The economy, communication and the government are run by the rich!
The poor suffer! Right now prices are so high people can't afford things Gas is just one example! prices up to over 5.00 a gallon. yet big oil ships our the domestic oil. and ships in opec oil.
We can not communicate what we want because the media are run by the rich that are in power!
The protest on wall street, were made out to be some thing unimportant!
There was riots in Los Angeles, the media, made it out as just a bunch of kids. and they cut the communication that the we have to communicate with like cell towers. They then posted what they wanted to rest of us to hear and made it all unimportant!
Most of the lower class have to choose between our medical care or food. to make it from one day
- Cnbc | Work + Money | Wed, Oct 17, 2012 12:56 PM EDT | Comments
By Jessica Wilkins, CNBC.com
Lizzy Playford was running the payroll department of a now defunct production company when the 2008 recession forced her to rethink her career plans.
"It really kicked my confidence and I did not know what to do with myself," 28-year-old Playford told CNBC.
An enterprise grant from the U.K. Prince's Trust helped Lizzy turn her unusual hobbies - fire dancing and stilt walking - into a successful business.
Gender was not a factor when securing financial backing, she said, but running a small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) as a woman nevertheless posed several challenges.
Research by the U.K. government has shown that gender is one of the most likely factors to dictate growth and the success of an SME.
A report by Britain's Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS) into ambition among the SME sector found gender to be one of the most powerful "explanatory variables" when it came to an entrepreneur's vision. Women may be "less driven b...Read More »
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