Graves are for the Living

Graves are for the living, to mourn those who have passed away, or to celebrate life. It is up to each and every one of us to choose how we process life and death.The fear of dying has made many of us afraid of living, not taking the risk to be fully alive. Valuing all life as sacred, especially all sentient beings, helps anyone to release that fear of dying, although many enlightened masters became…

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Stanford University discovers new application for sound in healing.

Medicine already uses sound waves in various applications. Two examples are lithotripsy and ultrasound. But something new is on the horizon where acoustic signals that create Faraday waves have shown to pack the cells of the heart very densely and still maintain an ability to control and tune their organization. Stanford University discovers new application for sound in healing! Apparently, acoustics can be used to manipulate heart cells (and other cells) into intricate patterns. Different…

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