Academia, Alternative Health, Alternative Medicine, Art, Conspiracy Theory, Criticism, Critique, Deconstruction, dysfunctional relationships, Education, Existentialism, Health and Healing, Health and Wellness, Hypocrisy, Logical Fallacies, Modernism, Paradigm Shift, Partisan Politics, Postmodernism, Religion, Sociology, Spirituality, Thomas Kuhn

Of Paradigm Shifts, Logical Fallacies and Process Philosophy


Step One "We admitted we were powerless over the New Age—that our Higher Selves had turned us into flakes." Step Two "Came to believe that a powerful bullshit detector could restore us to sanity." Step Three "Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of our lower selves and… Continue reading Of Paradigm Shifts, Logical Fallacies and Process Philosophy

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Emotional Healing


So I saw my therapist today and we were attempting to chart a course for my grief work since it's obviously been causing a problem when the relationship ended the second time in August. Blogging is part of that. I am going to have to make a conscious effort to grieve this loss. The way… Continue reading Emotional Healing

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The benefits of Neroli


For many years I had wanted to find a way to justify spending the money on real Neroli essential oil. To this day, I haven't bought it pure but I did recently buy a blend of Neroli and safflower oil and I have to say, I will never go without it again! Real Neroli acts… Continue reading The benefits of Neroli

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Graduate School and Product Reviews


Yes, I know. I haven't blogged in months and I need to apologize to both myself and to anyone that might bother to read this blog. I'm in Graduate School! Hooray! Wellness and Health Promotion and this semester I am taking research methods, administration issues and human sexuality. Expect me to try and post more… Continue reading Graduate School and Product Reviews

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Fun with Color


If you've ever been to a casino did you notice that they use alot of red, green and purple in their decorations? You aren't alone! Color can have profound mood altering properties when correctly employed and casinos have a vested interest in making sure you spend plenty of money. Psychological use of color has a long and storied history even… Continue reading Fun with Color