Do you know what is Silva Method and who is José Silva?
The first time I came across Silva Method was around ten years ago. It is a powerful technique you can use for a lot of things: being more productive, relaxed, healing, manifesting what you have in mind and much more.
It based on the principle that you can achieve more and more in a deeper relaxation state, when you are in you Alpha level, a special brain frequency.
I am very aligned with José Silva, when I was studying Physics I came across similar questions, actually more concerning the electromagnetic field of the human body, but I when I went to the university library and checked a huge book about Neuroscience, I saw less than half of a page where it related brain activity with concepts in Physics.
It’s time for celebrate and eat (usually a lot/too much) with family and friends, but what about your teeth?!
Tera Warner did an incredible job in putting together the major experts on the natural health of the tooth. Tera Warner is the frisky founder of the world’s largest online resource of raw food cleansing and detoxification programs for women.
Here, until 31 December, you can listen and learn the real true about your teeth from twelve amazing interviews. What a great gift!
How do you care about your teeth? Have you listened the interviews? Let me know by leaving a comment below. Let’s start a good discussion together!
It’s Sunday, and it’s time to relax and energize yourself.
Babatunde Olatunji was a virtuoso of West African percussion. His 1959 album “Drums of Passion” was a worldwide smash hit. He received a Grammy Award in 1991 for his collaboration with Grateful Dead drummer Mickey Hart on their Planet Drum album. He was also the founder of the Voices of Africa foundation.
Listen to this music and just move, for me it is impossible to stay still, whether we are drumming, dancing or just listening, we cannot escape being affected by the pulsating rhythm. African percussion has an amazing effect to the body, drum rhythms affect us physically and emotionally.
Do you usually listen African music? Let me know by leaving a comment below. Let’s start a good discussion together!