What is in y-our Water?

Dr Mona Harris breaks down what exactly is put in our water to keep it “clean”. How these cleaning agents are effecting our brain and why is it being done! Captivating information that must be passed on for the sake of health. Dr Mona passed away shortly after releasing a series of videos detailing the system of control behind drinking water.


Yogi Selects V

I haven’t practiced yoga for more than 8 weeks. I wasn’t feeling great about myself, so I stayed away from my yoga mat. Naaaaaaaaah. i’m pemalas. And kuat makan. And pemalas some more. That’s why. -@ezzaafiqa
I empty out the tomb that holds the old lovers to make space for the new ones. For the One I will love the way they long to be loved. I learn how to love him by loving myself.” – @boucles25
Break downs lead to break throughs… There is beauty in the fall out. So many late nights spent stressing over projects and assignments. But the emotion – positive or negative – means life flows through these veins. And for that, I couldn’t be more grateful. good night, moon. –@Itsgariele

Eyes open or Eyes Closed


Eyes open or eyes closed? it seems to me that certain asanas (pose) I find it easier to remain balanced while my eyes are open and when I close them mid asana I am wobbling all over the place.Balance So it made me explore the reasoning behind it. I’ve learned that I am depending on sight for balance when my eyes are open.  When I am depending on feel for balance my eyes are closed.  Just something I realized.

Black Tourmaline: The Grounder

 Black Tourmaline is also a powerful grounding stone, electrical in nature, providing a connection between Earth and the human spirit. Its supportive energy aligns the energy centers of the body and channels healing light throughout the system.


Promoting a sense of power and self-confidence, allowing for a clearer, more objective view of the world. It is empowering to those who must live or work in challenging environments or when facing difficult circumstances. b3

Although Tourmaline may be found on every continent, fine crystal specimens and gems are still considered rare and can be quite expensive. Its vast popularity as a gemstone began in 1876, when mineralogist and jeweler George Kunz sold a Green Tourmaline from Maine to the famous Tiffany and Co. in New York, and its desirability spread.

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