Daily Archives: January 12, 2018

Activation of the “Rainbow Serpent” in the Great Shift on Earth

In November of 2017 whilst on Openhand’s 5D Shift World Tour, Katie, one of the Openhand Facilitators experienced a deep internal process. We were in a very sacred area of Australia, near Byron Bay, close to the crystalline Mount Warning. In brief, she … Read More »

Posted in New Earth | Leave a comment

11 Signs You’re Experiencing A Shift In Consciousness

There’s a collective movement happening around the globe that will forever change our world. Are you experiencing this shift in consciousness? Are you having emotions that make no sense? Do you feel your body reacting to things that you cannot … Read More »

Posted in Enlightenment & Consciousness | Leave a comment

People Who Make Hardly Any Trash Share Their Green Secrets

From people who haven’t taken out the trash in years. As we noted in our 2018 wellness trends report, it’s becoming increasingly clear that our everyday actions affect the health of our planet and we can’t stay complacent for much longer. … Read More »

Posted in Green Living, Living It | Leave a comment

10 Ways to Let Go of the Hustle and Surrender to the Flow – Tiny Buddha

Remember that surrendering is not quitting. It’s honoring yourself where you are at this moment in time, and allowing what you want to catch up with you. “You can’t control everything. Sometimes you just need to relax and have faith … Read More »

Posted in Enlightenment & Consciousness, Living It | Leave a comment

Consumerism & Climate

A new study shows that the stuff we consume — from food to knick-knacks — is responsible for up to 60 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions. Consumerism plays a huge role in climate change It’s easy to hate on … Read More »

Posted in Green Living | Leave a comment

Consumer society no longer serves our needs – David Suzuki Foundation

How did “throw-away”, “disposable” and “planned obsolescence” become part of product design and marketing? It was deliberate. My parents were born in Vancouver — Dad in 1909, Mom in 1911 — and married during the Great Depression. It was a … Read More »

Posted in Green Living | Leave a comment