“Orange is the happiest color.” Frank Sinatra
Orange is warm color and unlike red it contains the subtle caring properties of the Jang energy. Traditionally it is associated with the autumn season, some holidays and celebrations. In Asia it is an important symbolic color of Buddhism and Hinduism. In relation to food it represents hot spices.Continue Reading
The so-called “onion tests” are considered to be the standard in environmental monitoring, and are used as the bio-indicator for evaluating environmental pollution. This is deemed a very efficient scientific procedure for water quality research.Continue Reading
The body never lies. – Martha Graham
The Root chakra is the first chakra and it is situated at the base of the spine. The Sanskrit name for this chakra is Muldhara which means “root” and “support”. It is our main vitality center, connected with the Earth and draws its energy from the ground.Continue Reading
Aura is a field of electromagnetic radiation surrounding a human body. It is ovoid, widest at the head and narrowest at the feet: it’s a living part of us, always expanding and contracting. The aura comprises seven layers that impenetrate each other and the physical body. Each layer correlates to one of seven major chakras.
The secret of life lies in proper cell nourishment, and the ability of cells to dispose of waste and toxins. Did you know that drinking water, even when purified, retains information of its contaminants?