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“Silence is the only language spacious enough to include everything and to keep us from slipping back into dualistic judgments and divisive words.” – Richard Rohr, Silence & Strain

Contemplations of Quietude

By Eric Anthony Crew

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Laughter As Therapy


 “Of course I’m crazy, but that doesn’t mean I’m wrong.” -Robert Anton Wilson

“There’s a phrase we live by in America: “In God We Trust”. It’s right there where Jesus would want it: on our money.” – Stephen Colbert

“All my life, I always wanted to be somebody.  Now I see that I should have been more specific.”  ~Jane Wagner, The Search For Intelligent Life In The Universe, performed by Lily Tomlin

The Importance of Laughter

At the worst of times it is so important to smile and in the face of adversity it is most important to laugh, if anything I say to anyone is ever retained let it be this; feel things out with your heart, more than just your mind – and weigh them out together.

Laugh at the little things.

Have no distinctions between the little things and the bigger things and laugh at it all. If you need to find something worth laughing about then just think of what makes you love. Either way this mental exercise is better than any of the usual barrage of negative thoughts we can become accustomed to when stressed.

Just a thought. ♥


Laughing Yoga
This guy always cracks me up

CFA – How Stress Effects Your Brain

Amazing Video…

Stress and Memory

Stress Response Animation

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Stress: Your brain and body:
What is stress and can it be good for you? Does it kill off your brain cells and can it cause depression? How does your brain perceive a terrifying situation and prepare your body for survival?

Renew – Stress on the Brain

Quantum Mechanics of Stress, Aging and disease

S. K. Ramesh, MD., PhD., DSc. Board Director – University of Integrated Sciences, California:, USA International Advisor – Energetic Wellness Academy, Brussels, Europe Traumatologist and Wellness Consultant, Futuristic Clinic, Dubai


There has been so much of research from the point of view of managing the problems of aging. Science has made major discoveries from the point of view of developing anti oxidants, hormone replacement therapies and now the new knowledge about DNA and telomeres, which would in

future produce something to grow the length of telomere to continue cell division. I always wondered what the missing link is. What is it that makes us Tick? If we break ourselves down into smaller and smaller particles we would ultimately become molecules, atoms and finally sub atomic particles, namely electrons, muons, pions and the smallest known particle as per Stanford Research called as Tao-nutrinos. These are the building blocks of all forms of matter,

be it DNA, the endocrine glands, the environments etc. All these particles are constantly in a state of motion ie to say vibration and in-order to

vibrate it needs energy. This energy comes from the surrounding and is constant. As per Einstein, nothing is destroyed, whether energy converts to matter or matter converts to energy.

Next question that arises is, if we are made of these particles and if these are vibrating then there must be something which holds it in a certain space and organization or else we would be disintegrating all the time and would never have this physical appearance of ours. This space of our particles is called the Subtle Organizing Energy Field (SOEF). This is the most important link between energy and matter.

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