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The Top Ten UPLIFT Articles of 2017

By UPLIFT on Saturday December 30th, 2017

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Here at UPLIFT, we publish over 350 articles, videos and podcasts a year. Our cutting edge content covers all things current, transformational, spiritual, and often unconventional. With our unique lens on current issues, we aim to share thought-provoking content that inspires positive change around the world while spreading unity, peace and love. This year we’ve brought you new science, global humanitarian projects, wisdom from many spiritual traditions, and personal stories of triumph and service. Enjoy this round up of some of our best articles from 2017. May they provide inspiration, and open your heart and mind.

10. Life Lessons for a Modern Peaceful Warrior

Life Lessons for a Modern Peaceful WarriorHow to face your inner conflicts and find the courage to follow your path, according to ancient Indian texts.

The strength to face the challenges in our life always rewards us with a refinement and evolution of our soul regardless if we win or lose the battle.

We all strive to live our soul’s purpose, but sometimes our mind conflicts with our feelings and causes confusion. The Bhagavad Gita is an ancient Hindu text that has an important teaching for those of us who experience this internal struggle…READ ARTICLE

9. Why and How to Let Go of Fear

Why and How to Let Go of FearDr Bruce Lipton explains the next vital steps to evolving as a species…and they’re not what you might expect.

Scientists have known for a long time about the ‘biological imperative,’ an inherent mechanism that engages the drive to survive. How it’s activated is unclear, but every organism, from a bacterium to the most advanced creature, can read the environment and sense whether its life is in danger or not. If it’s under threat, the system engages the imperative, which activates behaviors that will ensure survival. The immediate imperative for personal…READ ARTICLE

8. One Man’s Journey: How I Stopped Watching Porn for A Year and Why I’m Not Going Back

One Man’s JourneyThe surprising effects of a man’s experiment with eliminating pornography from his life.

I remember when I first discovered internet porn–I was 17 years old. Fascinated by this world of unleashed sexual expression and fantasy, I couldn’t get enough of it. As I grew up and began exploring my own sexuality, I discovered just how different watching pixels on a screen was compared to the intimacy of making love with another human being. I thought I’d outgrow my porn habit over time. But I never did…READ ARTICLE

7. A Multi-Dimensional Theory of Mind

A Multi-Dimensional Theory of MindResearch uses quantum physics to shed new light on how consciousness works.

In philosophical debate, particularly in the philosophy of mind, the question of how mind and consciousness arise out of our matter, or more specifically, out of the physical neurological processes in our brains, has been a long-standing one and it has baffled scientists and philosophers alike. When we speak or think of mind, it seems natural to suppose that it is directly linked to our brain and our conscious thinking, including other cognitive functions. Even if, from our direct experience and observation, there is no direct evidence…READ ARTICLE

6. Stress: It’s Not in Your Head, it’s in Your Nervous System

Stress: It’s Not in Your Head, it’s in Your Nervous SystemHow to release traumatic memory that could be stored in your body.

Have you ever been told when you’re stressed to stop worrying and just relax? That it’s all in your head? It would be nice if it were that simple. But it’s not.Physiology research shows that the stress response memory lives in your nervous system. Take for example exposure to a stressful event. One in which you felt helpless, hopeless, and lacked control. In this case your autonomic nervous system (ANS) is engaged. This is the part of the nervous system responsible for controlling unconscious bodily actions like breathing…READ ARTICLE

5. How a Lack of Touch is Destroying Men

How a Lack of Touch is Destroying MenWhy are men avoiding even platonic contact and what damage is this causing them? Here’s how we can heal the physical and emotional isolation of men.

In preparing to write about the lack of gentle touch in men’s lives, I right away thought, “I feel confident I can do platonic touch, but I don’t necessarily trust other men to do it. Some guy will do something creepy. They always do”. Quickly on the heels of that thought, I wondered, “Wait a minute, why do I distrust men in particular?” The little voice in my head didn’t say, “I don’t necessarily trust people to not be creepy”, it said, “I don’t trust men”READ ARTICLE

4. Volunteer to Cuddle Drug-Affected Newborns

Volunteer to Cuddle Drug-Affected NewbornsThis powerful program is having great success in healing babies of addicted mothers.

There’s nothing like the smell, grace and promise of a beautiful new baby. It’s like they symbolise a fresh hope for the world. Connecting with, and cuddling, a newborn is a sweet and magical experience, but for thousands of babies around the world, it’s something that is vital to their wellbeing.Increasing numbers of babies are being born into a fight for their lives, as their bodies desperately try…READ ARTICLE

3. How Toning the Vagus Nerve Heals Pain

How Toning the Vagus Nerve Heals PainDid you know that you can reduce inflammation and relieve pain without medication? Here’s how.

A few simple practices that everyone can do, could be the secret to relieving pain and inflammation. In her article Hacking the Nervous System, Gaia Vince, science journalist and editor of New Scientist, describes how a woman suffering from debilitating rheumatoid arthritis was successfully treated with a device that stimulated the vagus nerve. No pills, no morphine, no side-effects; just stimulating a nerve…READ ARTICLE

2. A Daily Self-Care Ritual for Those Who Feel Lost in Life

A Daily Self-Care RitualDo you ever just feel lost? This great ritual will help you find yourself again.

When you recover or discover something that nourishes your soul and brings joy, care enough about yourself to make room for it in your life. — Jean Shinoda Bolen

We all get lost sometimes.

So lost that we lose track of who we are, where we’re going, what we want, and how to give ourselves what we need to feel nourished and healthy.

I’ve been there many times, enough times to realize that it’s an inevitable part of life; to realize that it’s okay to get lost…READ ARTICLE

1. Your Vagina is More Beautiful Than You Think

Your Vagina is More Beautiful Than You ThinkA touching glimpse into the heart of feminine vulnerability.
While many women are self-conscious about their bodies, feel too fat, or don’t like certain body parts, it could be safe to say that nearly all women feel embarrassed or ashamed about their bits “down there.” They certainly don’t seem to imagine their female parts as being beautiful. But one woman decided to try and change this…READ ARTICLE
 

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