How to spot a shape shifter | Inside A Dog

fair to say I’ve been a little obsessed with shape shifters over the last couple of years. My version of shape shifters, that is. It all started when I was in town one Saturday and I spotted a group of girls shopping together. They were all dressed in very similar clothes and had the same long hair but what really caught my attention was when they all simultaneously made the same movement. I can’t remember what they did exactly – maybe they brushed away a wisp of hair away or tilted back their heads to laugh – but I do remember how unnerving it was to see an action performed in sync like that and straight away I started thinking about story possibilities.

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10 Myths About the Common Cold



You’ll Catch a Cold if You Go Outside in Cold Weather with Wet Hair

Cold and flu viruses are more common during the colder months, but there is absolutely no correlation between going outside with wet hair and catching a cold.


You Can Sweat Out a Cold

Many people are under the…

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Obama's Orwellian Moment: Now Entire ISIS Opposition Command Mysteriously Blown Up in 'Unexplained' Explosion! | Alternative

Do not believe in anything simply because you have heard it.
Do not believe in anything simply because it is spoken and rumoured by many.
Do not believe in anything simply because it is found written in your religious books.
Do not believe in anything merely on the authority of your teachers and elders.
Do not believe in traditions because they have been handed down for many generations.
But after observation and analysis, when you find that anything agrees with reason and is conducive to the good and benefit of one and all, then accept it and live up to it.
- Gautama Buddha

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How emotions affect the chakras

1. Root Chakra
The right to be here
2. Sacral Chakra
The right to feel
3. Navel Chakra
The right to act
4. Heart Chakra
The right to love and be loved
5. Throat Chakra
The right to speak and hear truth
6. Third Eye Chakra
The right to see
7. Crown Chakra
The right to know

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Enneagram Type 2 - The Helper

Helpers who need to be needed

Enneagram type 2 - The HelperPeople of this personality type essentially feel that they are worthy insofar as they are helpful to others. Love is their highest ideal. Selflessness is their duty. Giving to others is their reason for being. Involved, socially aware, usually extroverted, Twos are the type of people who remember everyone’s birthday and who go the extra mile to help out a co-worker, spouse or friend in need.

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Highly Sensitive People - 4 Ways To Stop Emotional Snowballing ⋆ LonerWolf

You could say that the highly sensitive person’s problem is taking things too personally. But it’s much more than that. The highly sensitive person is deeply affected by any highly stimulating situation, whether physical, mental and emotional.

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Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Personality Test ⋆ LonerWolf

Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Personality Test

You have reached 80 of 100 points, (80%)

Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) Personality Test

If your score was 50 points or above, you’re most likely a highly sensitive person.

Found in 15 – 20% of the population, highly sensitive people experience life a little differently from those around them. While you may find that you’re easily overstimulated by your senses as well as the many intense and chaotic situations in daily life, you also tend to process the world at a very deep level. This means that you tend to be a very philosophical, spiritual or gentle person, while at the same time appearing to be very highly strung. Due to your empathic ability to sense the subtle nuances in environments and people, you’re often drawn towards jobs such as counseling, occupational therapy and writing. Although you get easily overwhelmed by people and the world, you are a thoughtful, sensitive and complex person who has a great advantage in many situations.

For more information on Highly Sensitive People, take a look at these articles:

Sensitive? You May Be A Highly Sensitive Person (HSP)

Highly Sensitive People – 4 Ways To Stop Emotional Snowballing

Suggested Jobs:
Massage therapist, social worker, counselor, musician, artist, librarian, speech pathologist, alternative medicine practitioner, nurse, writer, editor, detective, researcher, occupational therapist, veterinarian.

Famous HSP’s:
Princess Diana, Carl Jung, Winona Ryder, Nicole Kidman, Charles Darwin, Mahatma Gandhi, Emily Dickinson, Kahil Gibran, Edgar Allan Poe, Vincent Van Gogh, Bob Dylan, Elton John, Elijah Wood, Celine Dion, Joaquin Phoenix, Greta Garbo, Mozart, Ted Kaczynski, Woody Allen, Malcolm X, Orson Welles, Picasso, Salvador Dali, Barbara Streisand

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Shaman’s Apprentice: Drugs, Rituals And Living Energy



What do you associate with the word “Shaman“?

Usually when people first hear about my Shamanic practice they envision mysterious and otherworldly activities.

Who can blame them?  Literature and visual media portray Shamans as crazy looking tribal men and women who live deep in forests dressed with animal bones and involved in obscure rituals.  

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