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Clean Water

“Dear Amber,

As a doctor who, for decades, specialized in helping women bring new life onto the planet, I am acutely aware of the fact that without adequate clean water, everyone suffers. All life on Planet Earth needs water not just to survive but to truly flourish.

Yet, 1 in 10 people worldwide lacks access to clean water!

That’s why I wholeheartedly support the nonprofit foundation charity: water, founded by Scott Harrison. When I met Scott, I was moved to tears by his story and his mission to bring clean water to people in need all over the world.

Since 2006, through their mission to end the water crisis in our lifetime, charity: water has funded 59,608 water projects and brought clean and safe water to more than 11.6 million people around the world.

Still, every year, diseases from dirty water kill more people than all forms of violence, including war. Children under 5 years old make up 43% of those deaths. Not only does dirty water kill, it also steals time—especially from women and girls. Women in Sub-Saharan Africa spend an estimated total of 16 million hours per day collecting water.

Water is a basic human need, and it should be a basic human right! Our bodies are 70% water. Our muscles and connective tissues need water in order to function. In fact, just a 2% drop in hydration adversely affects our health. And no mother can care for her children and herself without it.

Bringing fresh, clean water to communities all over the world is preventative health care at its finest. I’m proud to announce that my inner circle has raised $44,491. That’s 1,112 people with clean and safe water!
« And with your help, that number will continue to grow when you give now! »
As a member of my inner circle, you get how the Universe works—that by helping others, you are helping yourself, too, by serving your higher purpose.

This Giving Tuesday, choose to give back to organizations that inspire and uplift you. Scott’s story is remarkable! And what he has created through his foundation, charity: water, is inspiring.

Please watch the video to learn more about Scott’s story and charity: water’s mission. And give clean water to someone in need.” – Dr. Christine Northrup Email Article

Non-Local Consciousness

The quantum physics explanation of the universe states that consciousness is not local to the body that we have, rather it is non-local and it is based on wherever we are present. If we are in a dream, our consciousness is localized in the dream body, not in our physical body. If we are in the waking state, we are localized in the physical body. If we are doing conscious out-of-body or astral travel, our consciousness is localized in our astral or energy body.

7 Things That Used to Be “Crazy Conspiracy Theories” Until 2020 Happened

Remember back in the old days of, say, 2019, when anyone who talked about microchip implants, Americans being forced to show travel papers, and re-education camps was thought to be a crazy conspiracy theorist? And then 2020 rolled around and voila! It turns out those conspiracy theories weren’t so “crazy” after all.

7 Things That Used to Be “Crazy Conspiracy Theories” Until 2020 Happened


What is your intention when carrying out daily acts?

Your intention means everything.

Person A has given Person B a fruit for his own ego, he wants to give to brag about himself and tell the world that giving Person B a fruit means he is a good person. Person A sees Person B and gives him the fruit selflessly and with the wish of nothing of the fruits of his actions. Person B has the intention of helping his fellow soul friend, whereas Person A wants to show what a good person he is.

Have you heard of body integrity identity disorder before?

Also known as apotemnophilia is characterized by the “overwhelming desire to amputate healthy parts of the body,” according to Medscape. Though not much is known about it, this disorder is believed to be neurological. Those affected may attempt to amputate their own limbs or damage the limb so that surgical amputation is necessary. Apotemnophilia may […]

Have you heard of body integrity identity disorder before?

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