By Dr. Edward F. Group
Guest Writer for Wake Up World
If you want a nutritional supplement to enhance your brain function — short-term memory, focus, creativity, mood, or motivation — look for a nootropic. The term nootropic comes from the Greek root words nóos (mind) and tropé (turning). Natural nootropics can help older adults stay sharp, students who want to improve their memory for upcoming exams, or busy workers who need a boost of creativity. →
Read more via Top 13 Nootropic Supplements to Sharpen Mind and Mood — Wake Up World
September 27, 2019 by: Zoey Sky
(Natural News) Hobbies do more than help you relax after a long, stressful day at work. Certain kinds of hobbies, such as doing puzzles or playing a musical instrument, can also boost your creativity. →
Read more via Feeling uninspired? Boost your creativity with these 9 activities — NaturalNews.com
The worldwide rollout of the fifth generation of wireless technology or 5G is being met with increasingly vociferous opposition from growing numbers of physicians, scientists and campaigners. But could 5G paradoxically represent a magnificent opportunity for us to change course, away from our current self-destructive trajectory?
Read more via The 5G Paradox: How The 5G Control Grid Can Lead Us To Freedom — Collective Evolution
May 17th, 2019 By Fiona Reilly Guest Writer for Wake Up World
We all have creative endeavours that we would like to put more energy into. Ways of expressing ourselves that brings joy, fulfillment and perhaps a sense of liberation. Yet a myriad of things stop us and cause us to procrastinate. We find 101 other things to do rather than begin that project. There are dishes to be washed, facebook to be scrolled through and goodness knows what else to keep us distracted from that creative expression.
Read more via Create Art, Not Excuses! — Wake Up World
I hadn’t been able to account for how I’ve been feeling physically and emotionally until I checked in with my chums and Healer friends. But since so many of us are feeling similar symptoms, we’re putting them down to “Ascension shifts and Light Upgrades.”
Has anyone been feeling the following: Exhaustion, fuzzy head, physical aches and pains, intermittent weeping but not necessarily having a sad reason to weep, wooziness, weariness, diet shifts or digestion issues? Or just generally feeling whack?
Read more & videos via Ascension and Symptoms with Lisa Renee, Rosie Neal, and David Wilcock — Era of Light