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Genius Awakening was created to lead people to a better understanding of self and others in order to navigate our world at a higher and more awakened level of being. Together we will explore the depths of consciousness in order to evolve beyond our current paradigms into a world of love, joy and peace. Oksana and Larry Ostrovsky are passionate guides of this space.

6 Ways to Make Your Thoughts Your Key to Success

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Your thoughts, when uplifting and inspiring, can become your key to success. This post from Addicted 2 Success lists six ways to think like a winner and intensify your life. To be a winner you have to think like one. It’s no secret that thinking is the key ingredient to success, and if you can master it then you can achieve ... Read More »

Should Sugar Be Considered a Drug of Abuse?

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Sugar qualifies to be considered as a dangerous drug of abuse but it is legal. In this post from Vox, Robert Lustig puts forward the case for treating sugar like a dangerous drug. Robert Lustig is a medical expert at the University of California, San Francisco, who has written extensively about the major health problems attributed to sugar. He’s written ... Read More »

Magnesium Deficiency and Increasing Toxicity Lead to Disease

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In this age of toxicity, the link between stress, magnesium deficiency, and disease is becoming more pronounced. This post from Collective Evolution highlights the impact of declining magnesium levels and rising toxicity on our health. Our world is invaded with toxicity, radiation, and synthetic materials thanks to toxic chemicals, pharmaceuticals, vaccinations, GMO foods, and more. And while mainstream media continues ... Read More »

Get A Large Bang for The Buck with Just 5% Weight Loss

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Even a moderate 5% weight loss can get obese people a large bang for the buck. Additional weight loss further improves metabolic health. This post from Science Daily discusses the findings of the study and their implications on current obesity practice guidelines. Those who struggle with obesity, take heart. Losing as little as 5% of your body weight is enough ... Read More »

Reinvent Yourself By Being Open To Change

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Are you open to change? Being more open is easier said than done. This post from Success.com brings to you three powerful self-improvement techniques to open your heart, mind and life to change. Reinvent yourself by embracing the advice and following through on it. Comedian Louis C.K. performs this bit about the possibility of alien life: “I was watching a ... Read More »

Cancer Killing Compounds Discovered in Blushwood Tree Fruit

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Scientists discovered cancer fighting compounds in the seeds of berries from Australian Blushwood tree. This post from Natural Society sheds light on how blushwood berries kill cancer in 75% of cases, and how big pharma may try to tackle the patent. Many of the pharmaceutical industry’s attempts to co-opt mother nature end up failing. When you see how many cancer-killing compounds ... Read More »

Future Heat Waves Likely to Be More Intense and Frequent

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Researchers report that heat waves in future are likely to be more intense and more frequent. This post from Climate Central discusses that searing heat waves could become an annual threat in future and how crucial it is to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The scorching, deadly heat waves that today strike only about once every 20 years could become an ... Read More »

Scientists Study Bats to Learn How Humans Focus Attention

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Researchers have discovered how bats screen out sounds not worth paying attention to, and this may provide clues to how humans do the same. This post from Science Daily reports what bats reveal about how humans focus their attention. You’re at a crowded party, noisy with multiple conversations, music and clinking glasses. But when someone behind you says your name, ... Read More »

Apollo Astronauts Heard Odd ‘Music’ On Far Side of Moon

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Earth and the far side of the moon, where the Apollo astronauts encountered the strange music-like radio transmissions.

Apollo astronauts heard an eerie ‘music’ as they passed around the far side of the moon, reveals an audio declassified by NASA. This article from The Huffington Post sheds light on Apollo 10’s crew encountering the strange music. The crew of an Apollo mission to the moon were so startled when they encountered strange music-like radio transmissions coming through their ... Read More »

Rare Treat: Full Moon On Christmas Day This Year

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For the first time in 38 years, December’s moon will reach its peak size on Christmas Day, marking the first full moon on Christmas Day since 1977. This post from Wise Thinks highlights the rarity of this event. This year, December’s moon reaches peak size on Christmas Day, at 6:11 a.m. EST, according to Fred Espenak, an eclipse and moon expert ... Read More »