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elllaptaylor's Media: Communication in a relationship is like oxygen to life. Without it... It dies. When it feels as if

Communication in a relationship is like oxygen to life. Without it... It dies. When it feels as if the communication between us is dying out, it is always possible to revive it, but only if we both breathe life back into it. 🌬💖 #Consciousvibrancy

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#Repost @consciousvibrancy . . .
Research shows that most people complain once a minute duri

🤔📚💻 #repost@consciousvibrancy . . . Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://

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poshprive's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://m.huffpost.com

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goherbalone's Media: This is some TRUTH. 💯💯#Facts
Our bodies are our temples.
Treat it well.
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This is some TRUTH. 💯💯 #Facts Our bodies are our temples. Treat it well. Eat Clean 🥑🥦🥥🍃🍉 Exercise regularly not just for physical health but Mental health #15minWalkADayIsAllItTakes Use Herbal Medicine or what they like to call “Alternative” lol over “Conventional” (been around 100yrs which has been used to mimic Health benefits Herbs but not hasn’t been that successful) #rememberallourproteinscomefromplants #WhatYouPutIntoYourBodyIsSoImportant #choosewisely💯 #meditation🙏 #yourhealthisyourwealth🙏💯🥦🍃🥥🥑🌱🍋🍄🌿 #RP #ConsciousVibrancy #goherbalone #HerbalOne #www.goherbalone.com

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virgo_bx's Media: Repost @consciousvibrancy Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical c

Repost @consciousvibrancy Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/

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terencelmlm's Media: Try limes, greens apple & spinach juicing. Awesome taste! 😋😍🤗
@consciousvibrancy -  Citrus fruit

Try limes, greens apple & spinach juicing. Awesome taste! 😋😍🤗 @consciousvibrancy - Citrus fruit: High in both vitamin C and antioxidants, citrus fruits like grapefruit, oranges, limes, and lemons support the natural cleansing abilities of the liver. Have a small glass of freshly-squeezed grapefruit juice to boost production of the liver detoxification enzymes that help flush out carcinogens and other toxins. Leafy greens: One of our most powerful allies in cleansing the liver, leafy greens can be eaten raw, cooked, or juiced. Extremely high in chlorophyll, greens soak up environmental toxins from the blood stream. With their distinct ability to neutralize heavy metals, chemicals, and pesticides, these cleansing foods offer a powerful protective mechanism for the liver. Incorporate leafy greens such as bitter gourd, arugula, dandelion greens, spinach, mustard greens, and chicory into your diet. This will increase creation and flow of bile—the substance that removes waste from the organs and blood. Avocados: This nutrient-dense superfood helps the body produce glutathione, a compound that is necessary for the liver to cleanse harmful toxins. Turmeric: Turmeric is the liver’s favorite spice. Try adding some of this detoxifying goodness into your next lentil stew or veggie dish for an instant liver pick-me-up. Turmeric helps boost liver detoxification by assisting enzymes that actively flush out dietary toxins. Apples: High in pectin, apples hold the chemical constituents necessary for the body to cleanse and release toxins from the digestive tract. This, in turn, makes it easier for the liver to handle the toxic load during the cleansing process. High in the amino acid arginine, walnuts support the liver in detoxifying ammonia. Walnuts are also high in glutathione and omega-3 fatty acids, which support normal liver cleansing. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://www.globalhealingcenter.com/natural-health/liver-cleanse-foods #liver #detox #spinach #lime #apple #detoxification #enzymes #flush #carcinogens #toxins #walnuts #bittergourd #arugula #dandelion #citrus #fruits #grapefruit #oranges #limes #tumeric #vegan #getwell #nutritionist #nutrition #health

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castingyou's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  While most people think that reflexology is just another word fo

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - While most people think that reflexology is just another word for foot massage, it is in fact much more than that…but what exactly is it and what does it do? Beyond the feel-good effects of the treatment, the practice and purpose go deeper than the skin and muscles by taking specific reflex points on the foot to induce a healing response in corresponding organs and areas of the body, as seen in the chart to the left. 💁🏼‍♂️ Kneading the soft fleshy ball of the foot, pulling on the toes, tracing around the heel and pushing deep into the arch are just a few of the many small, intense movements you’ll experience during a reflexology treatment. Addressing anything from headaches to sinus problems to stomach issues, if sensitivity or tenderness is experienced when certain areas of the foot are stimulated, it usually indicates bodily weaknesses or imbalances within the corresponding organ. 💁🏼‍♂️ With repeated practice of applying pressure and manipulating nerve endings (traditionally in the foot), reflexology can help to clear any channels of blocked energy through moving the flow of blood, nutrients and nerve impulses to ultimately improve overall health and balance. In addition to manipulating the pressure points on the foot, reflexologists sometimes work on the hands or ears to trigger relaxation as well 🙌🏻 The Benefits: * Cleanses the body of toxins * Boosts the immune system * Increases circulation * Promotes healing * Balances energy Credit: @theholisticpractitioner_ #Consciousvibrancy

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chakracrystalsgemstones's Media: Recondition the subconscious mind by be being consciously aware of the words you speak daily and th

Recondition the subconscious mind by be being consciously aware of the words you speak daily and the thoughts you choose to engage. Be mindful. 💎 Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Source: https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/13634470 💎 #REPOST #CONSCIOUSVIBRANCY #BRAINREWIREING #thesubconsciousmind #THOUGHTS #love #PEACE #CCG #CHAKRA #cmnrystals #GEMS #GEMSTONES #chakracrystalsgemstones #CRYSTALAPP #NATURE #MOTHERNATURE #METAPHYSICAL #HEALING #ENERGY #spirtual #MEDITATION #PICOFTHEDAY #INSTAGOOD #FREQUNCIES #STONES #BEAUTIFUL #MEDITATIONSTATION #MEDITATIONRETREAT #MEDITATIONSPACE

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consciousvibrancy's Media: Communication in a relationship is like oxygen to life. Without it... It dies. When it feels as if

Communication in a relationship is like oxygen to life. Without it... It dies. When it feels as if the communication between us is dying out, it is always possible to revive it, but only if we both breathe life back into it. 🌬💖 #Consciousvibrancy

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"Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complai

🤔🤔 "Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy #rp Source: https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/13634470

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my_souls_journey's Media: What negativity does to your brain...

What negativity does to your brain...

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ireyfish's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://m.huffpost.com

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sirleerol's Media: #Repost @consciousvibrancy (@get_repost)
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Research shows that most people complain once a minute

#Repost @consciousvibrancy (@get_repost) ・・・ Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://m.huf

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consciousvibrancy's Media: Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining i

Research shows that most people complain once a minute during a typical conversation. Complaining is tempting because it feels good, but like many other things that are enjoyable— complaining isn’t good for you. Your brain loves efficiency and doesn’t like to work any harder than it has to. When you repeat a behavior, such as complaining, your neurons branch out to each other to ease the flow of information. This makes it much easier to repeat that behavior in the future—so easy, in fact, that you might not even realize you’re doing it. And here's the kicker: complaining damages other areas of your brain as well. Research from Stanford University has shown that complaining shrinks the hippocampus—an area of the brain that’s critical to problem solving and intelligent thought. Damage to the hippocampus is scary, especially when you consider that it’s one of the primary brain areas destroyed by Alzheimer’s. While it’s not an exaggeration to say that complaining leads to brain damage, it doesn’t stop there. When you complain, your body releases the stress hormone cortisol. Cortisol shifts you into fight-or-flight mode, directing oxygen, blood, and energy away from everything but the systems that are essential to immediate survival. One effect of cortisol, for example, is to raise your blood pressure and blood sugar so that you’ll be prepared to either escape or defend yourself. All the extra cortisol released by frequent complaining impairs your immune system and makes you more susceptible to high cholesterol, diabetes, heart disease, and obesity. It even makes the brain more vulnerable to strokes. Since human beings are inherently social, our brains naturally and unconsciously mimic the moods of those around us, particularly people we spend a great deal of time with. This process is called neuronal mirroring, and it’s the basis for our ability to feel empathy. The flip side, however, is that it makes complaining a lot like smoking—you don’t have to do it yourself to suffer the ill effects. You need to be cautious about spending time with people who complain about everything. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://m.huffpost.com/us/entry/13634470

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spiritualinformer's Media: #Repost @consciousvibrancy
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You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be

#Repost @consciousvibrancy ・・・ You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original is worth more than a copy. #Consciousvibrancy #vegan #veganfood #healthyfood #healthyeating #eatfresh #feelawesome #bombfood #growagarden #liveincolor #vibratehigher #lovethebody #nomeat #nosuffering #compassion #understanding #awareness #love #detox #thetimeisnow #meat #steak #pork #bbq #meatlover #cancer

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awakeningshaleia's Media: #Repost @consciousvibrancy
Relieve hard-to-release back tension by unlocking your QL muscles.

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#Repost @consciousvibrancy Relieve hard-to-release back tension by unlocking your QL muscles. Ever noticed a lingering ache deep in your low back after prolonged sitting or standing? When your back muscles are weak or you have poor posture, intrinsic rectangular muscles between your ribs and hips called the quadratus lumborums, or QLs, work overtime to stabilize your spine and pelvis, leaving them tight and sore. These deep muscles are also near critical organs like the kidneys and colon, which means that in addition to contributing to an achy back they can adversely affect your digestive health, and therefore energy and well-being, according to some alternative health practitioners. Your QLs get tight and tender when they have to kick in and compensate for poor posture. And often soreness is one-sided, due, say, to carrying a small child on one side or side-sleeping with your top hip hiked up every night. Leg-length discrepancies are also a common cause of QL tension—most people have a slight variance in leg length, and around 2o percent of people have a clinically significant (greater than 2 cm) difference. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.yogajournal.com/.amp/practice/anatomy-quadratus-lumborums

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cmagee2007's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  You are unique and you have something special to offer the world

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original is worth more than a copy. #Consciousvibrancy - #regrann

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poetrygodz's Media: @consciousvibrancy -  You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself

@consciousvibrancy - You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original is worth more than a copy. #Consciousvibrancy -

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goddess_of_the_land's Media: #Repost @consciousvibrancy (@get_repost)
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Mucus is produced in order to protect the mucous membr

#Repost @consciousvibrancy (@get_repost) ・・・ Mucus is produced in order to protect the mucous membranes in the body. However, when there is an excessive production of mucus as a result of our less than optimal dietary choices, this in turn can lead to health problems. Over the course of time, the constant flow of acidic/mucus forming foods that we regularly consume creates a glue-like build up that coats the inner walls of our intestines, which can hinder our overall absorption of nutrients in the body. Taking a break from the foods that contribute to this excessive mucus production and by incorporating more living foods into your diet, will do wonders for your body. One of my favourite things to do is to juice fast. Incorporating citrus juice in particular can work wonders for breaking up and eliminating the hardened layers of plaque and the biofilm that harbours parasites and the other microorganisms that are of a pathogenic nature. These pathogens harbour themselves in the biofilm within our bodies because this allows them to live in a more anaerobic state. If you want to eliminate the yeast, fungus, mucus, and parasites in your body then you need to know two things: oxygen and electricity. Increase the vibrational frequency of the body by incorporating more living foods. Take a break from the dead foods. As you begin to cleanse your body and raise the zeta potential of your blood and lymph, increasing your bloods ability to carry oxygen and nutrients throughout the body, this will aid in your body's ability to effectively eliminate wastes from its system through the lymph. #Consciousvibrancy

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versacesweet_girl's Media: Learning and Remembering 
#consciousvibrancy

Learning and Remembering #consciousvibrancy

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anastaziaberlin's Media: What you give power to has power over you, if you allow it. - Leon Brown #consciousvibrancy #namast

What you give power to has power over you, if you allow it. - Leon Brown #consciousvibrancy #namaste #enlightenment #knowledge #consciousness

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frajla_shmizla's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  You are #unique and you have something #special to offer the #wo

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - You are #unique and you have something #specialto offer the #world. Be yourself, because an #original is worth more than a #copy. #Consciousvibrancy #Dubravka_M 💚 🎵 @frajla_shmizla - #regrann #beyourselfalways #spreadthelove #soulfood #beliveinyourself #wisdom #souls #peace #love #loveandlight #positivevibes #quotes #positiveqoutes💕💚🎶 #Good_morning

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Food should nourish your body. Not destroy it. Take care of yourself. Mak

Repost @consciousvibrancy Food should nourish your body. Not destroy it. Take care of yourself. Make better choices. Most people have no idea how good their body is designed to feel and many of us tend to undervalue our health, that is, until we get sick. Your body is truly your most priceless possession. The greatest wealth is health. Nourish your body, declutter your mind, and set a spark in your spirit. Be a healthy expression of life. #Consciousvibrancy

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moriarty.dean's Media: I know who the fuck I am. Do you know who the fuck you are?

#Repost @consciousvibrancy (@get_repos

I know who the fuck I am. Do you know who the fuck you are? #Repost @consciousvibrancy (@get_repost) ・・・ You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original is worth more than a copy. #Consciousvibrancy

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shedandeelion's Media: #highervibrations ✨
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You are unique and you have

#highervibrations✨ . . #Repost @consciousvibrancy with @get_repost ・・・ You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original is worth more than a copy. #Consciousvibrancy

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juliet_pharks's Media: Lesson learnt this week. As I step into a greater level with the love I have around me, I am certai

Lesson learnt this week. As I step into a greater level with the love I have around me, I am certain that demons do come to play around your house, however it is up to you to either ignore them and remind yourself how much you have healed or to simply be weak and allow them in, and sadly; in order for them to inevitably disturb your peace. Let go, and let new love embrace you. #Word #wordplay #wordporn #consciousvibrancy #aware #lessons #greaterself #love #beautiful

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consciousvibrancy's Media: You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original

You are unique and you have something special to offer the world. Be yourself, because an original is worth more than a copy. #Consciousvibrancy

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x_dragons_x's Media: Fall in love with taking care of yourself. Mind. Body. Spirit. 🛐💟⚛️☯️#Consciousvibrancy
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Fall in love with taking care of yourself. Mind. Body. Spirit. 🛐💟⚛️☯️ #Consciousvibrancy Rp (via @consciousvibrancy )

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consciousvibrancy's Media: Fall in love with taking care of yourself. Mind. Body. Spirit. 🛐💟⚛️☯️#Consciousvibrancy

Fall in love with taking care of yourself. Mind. Body. Spirit. 🛐💟⚛️☯️ #Consciousvibrancy

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el.sol_y_laluna's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  You are a mystery to me, yet so familiar. Like a song I've never

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - You are a mystery to me, yet so familiar. Like a song I've never heard before, and a tune I've known my entire life. -Pavana 🎶❤️🎶 #Consciousvibrancy Artist: @petite_boheme

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el.sol_y_laluna's Media: Regrann from @consciousvibrancy -  Be mindful of how your sexual energy is being projected, exchang

Regrann from @consciousvibrancy - Be mindful of how your sexual energy is being projected, exchanged, and utilized within you. Sex should be healing, revitalizing, and rejuvenating on every aspect of your being….from a cellular level, to throughout the entire body, sex, when utilized correctly, can bring about accelerated healing within the mind, body, and spirit. Ever wonder why they call it sexual intercourse (INTER-COURSE)? It’s an internal course that unites two people, mind with mind, body with body, and spirit with spirit. This is something that a condom can’t protect you against because energy is behind the elements of the flesh. On an energetic level, we deposit our energy into the other person during this experience. Through the connection of the genitals, an exchange of energy occurs. What kind of thoughts, emotions and desires are being transferred between you and your partner? Is this exchange of energy healing, revitalizing, and rejuvenating to your spirit? Or is it vampiric in nature? Leaving you feeling depleted, unloved, and spiritually disconnected. Always be aware of who you choose to share your intimate energy with. Be mindful of the soul ties that you choose to create. Lust is only skin deep, and infatuation is simply lustful bonding. It is essential for us to embrace and respect our sexuality, rather than become slaves to it through our own ignorance and through our lack of understanding. Knowledge of Self is the beginning of self-improvement, and self-knowledge will always lead to self-mastery. #Consciousvibrancy SO TRUE!!😯

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loveyoself1000's Media: Credit to from @consciousvibrancy -  While most people think that reflexology is just another word

Credit to from @consciousvibrancy - While most people think that reflexology is just another word for foot massage, it is in fact much more than that…but what exactly is it and what does it do? Beyond the feel-good effects of the treatment, the practice and purpose go deeper than the skin and muscles by taking specific reflex points on the foot to induce a healing response in corresponding organs and areas of the body, as seen in the chart to the left. 💁🏼‍♂️ Kneading the soft fleshy ball of the foot, pulling on the toes, tracing around the heel and pushing deep into the arch are just a few of the many small, intense movements you’ll experience during a reflexology treatment. Addressing anything from headaches to sinus problems to stomach issues, if sensitivity or tenderness is experienced when certain areas of the foot are stimulated, it usually indicates bodily weaknesses or imbalances within the corresponding organ. 💁🏼‍♂️ With repeated practice of applying pressure and manipulating nerve endings (traditionally in the foot), reflexology can help to clear any channels of blocked energy through moving the flow of blood, nutrients and nerve impulses to ultimately improve overall health and balance. In addition to manipulating the pressure points on the foot, reflexologists sometimes work on the hands or ears to trigger relaxation as well 🙌🏻 The Benefits: * Cleanses the body of toxins * Boosts the immune system * Increases circulation * Promotes healing * Balances energy Credit: @theholisticpractitioner_ #Consciousvibrancy - #regrann

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terencelmlm's Media: Stretch your body & if you can, learn etymology. Don't weaken your body on a "weakend". Workout, "r

Stretch your body & if you can, learn etymology. Don't weaken your body on a "weakend". Workout, "rest" and "store" your body with nutrients to "restore" your cells. Credit to from @consciousvibrancy - Relieve hard-to-release back tension by unlocking your QL muscles. Ever noticed a lingering ache deep in your low back after prolonged sitting or standing? When your back muscles are weak or you have poor posture, intrinsic rectangular muscles between your ribs and hips called the quadratus lumborums, or QLs, work overtime to stabilize your spine and pelvis, leaving them tight and sore. These deep muscles are also near critical organs like the kidneys and colon, which means that in addition to contributing to an achy back they can adversely affect your digestive health, and therefore energy and well-being, according to some alternative health practitioners. Yoga offers a host of poses to stretch your sides—and your QLs. Standing poses like Utthita Trikonasana (Extended Triangle Pose) and Utthita Parsvakonasana (Extended Side Angle Pose), and seated poses like Parsva Upavistha Konasana (Side Seated Wide Angle Pose) and Parivrtta Janu Sirsasana (Revolved Head-of-the-Knee Pose), can help you access a QL stretch. As you warm up for the restorative sequence, designed to create ease around your lumbar spine, first work on releasing any tightness in your hips and thighs. This will free up your pelvis and allow for a deeper stretch in your QLs. #Consciousvibrancy Source: https://www.google.ca/amp/s/www.yogajournal.com/.amp/practice/anatomy-quadratus-lumborums #rest #store #restore #etymology #weekend #stretch #weakend #weaken #muscle #workout #exercise #lowback #spine #backpain #Health #balance #unbalance #ego #arrogance #laziness #coachpotato #ignorance #ignoringtruth #disapprovingtofeelsecure #lazytoworkout #lazytomove #cancerous #gym

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