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Indigo children

The term refers to children who ostensibly have extraordinary and supernatural abilities. Scientifically it is not proven that those children have any abilities. The term appeared in the 1970s. The idea was developed by Nancy Ann Tappe, Jan Tobber and Lee Carroll. “The Indigo Child is a boy or girl who displays a new and unusual set of psychological attributes, revealing a pattern of behavior generally undocumented before. This pattern has singularly unique factors that call for parents and teachers to change their treatment and upbringing of these kids to assist them in achieving balance and harmony in their lives, and to help them avoid frustration” (Lee Carroll & Jan Tober).

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Posted by on September 10, 2012 in Spirituality

 

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How to Arrange and Choose Plants According to Feng Shui

The ancient Chinese teaching called feng shui is aimed to harmonize the environment where a person lives. In the area where the objects are situated to balance the flows of energy a human is believed to have better mental and physical state. If the furniture, utensils and plants are in never ending positive interaction the fate of such house dwellers will always be well disposed towards them.

There are plants in almost every house. Usually they are situated and arranged in accordance with the preferences of the house owners. But the followers of feng shui suppose that every plant has to be placed in a certain location and only in that way it will have positive effects upon the owner’s health and luck. There should be ill plants in the rooms. One should get rid of such plants immediately as they are considered to store the negative energy. To maintain the constant income of positive powers one should treat his or her plants carefully, which means to clean the leaves from dust, remove the dry yellow leaves and dull flowers and do all these actions with love ad tender attitude.

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Posted by on September 5, 2012 in Spirituality

 

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Top 3 Weirdest Social Networking Websites

Internet is a tiny world. Just take a closer look: here you can find cinemas, banks, and Wikipedia alone works as a local University, let alone social networking websites that can be compared with the cities inhabited with thousands of users of the World Wide Web. Today, we’re going to review some bizarre online societies. To be honest, I’ve spent a lot of time browsing the cyber space and searching for the weirdest social networking sites. There are tons of freaky ones to be found, and it was quite difficult to pick just 3 of them. Nonetheless, I’ve got this job done, so, without the further due, I wanna proudly introduce you top 3 stupidest social networking websites.

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Posted by on September 1, 2012 in News and Events

 

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Pros and cons of being a graphic designer.

It seems like literally everybody is interested in design. Young people prefer this field to anything else. And deciding between different professions they choose design. It could be web design, design of interiors and of course graphic design. For many people it seems like to be a designer is cool. You ostensibly communicate with cool people, visit cool places and your life is cool. Well, it depends. If you have decided to become a graphic designer then you should realize that the sphere is quite competitive. It means that there are lots of graphic designers. Mostly they are talented and widely recognized as professionals. So you have to work hard to attract one’s attention.

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Posted by on August 29, 2012 in Education

 

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Life in Seclusion – Best Monasteries in the World

Mad pace of modern life often does not allow us to pause and think, to review our priorities and find inner harmony. That’s why the decision to become a hermit comes to some people who feel that they have lost their way a need some time to reflect away from noisy and spoiled society. You can live as a hermit alone or visit one of the greatest monasteries in the world where people with the same spiritual values share the joy of seclusion.

Tiger’s Nest in Bhutan is one of the most famous monasteries in the world but it is not easy to approach. It is situated on the rock which is 3,120 meters high. The founder of the monastery, Padmasambhava is said to fly on this cliff on the back of a tiger that’s why the monastery has received its name. This sanctum in Himalayas surrounded with mist is a perfect place to think about the nothingness of worldly problems from this breathtaking height. If you decide to visit this place you should make your way on foot or on the mule’s back, but you will not regret passing all the difficulties of the climb in the end.

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Posted by on August 25, 2012 in Spirituality

 

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The most beautiful bookstores

Today I would like to share a list of the most beautiful bookstores in the world. If you are not a book lover I’m sure that these stores are worth visiting anyway. They are just amazing and very unusual. Traveling abroad do not forget to visit some of these awesome places.

Merkx + Girod architect group changed Dominican church located in Maastricht, Holland once and forever. Nowadays the former church is a huge bookstore Selexyz. It seems like the atmosphere of mystery and quietness still dominates the place. It is just amazing.

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Posted by on August 22, 2012 in Literature

 

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Downshifting

Downshifting is a form of human behavior when an individual tries to escape rat race living moving from a city to the country. Usually people who choose this way want to escape a stressful race for materialistic values. But it turns out that to become a downshifter is not that easy as it seems to be at first sight. For the first time it seems to be pretty reasonable choice. But at the same time downshifters need to do something for living. People deciding to downshift want to change their lives for the better. They are willing to spend much more time with their families and friends, they want to enjoy life at full. Some people do not understand this type of social behavior blaming downshifters that they are lazy to work from 9 to 5. Well, actually that’s not true. Downshifters work actually but they are not interested in making profit as others. So that’s the main point of downshifting.

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Posted by on August 17, 2012 in Modern Society

 

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