Scholar of ancient text, prophecy, and consciousness, Steven Hairfield discussed our changing times. Through his cross study of the Vedas, Sutras, Nag Hammadi, Dead Sea Scrolls, and works of the Hopis and Mayans, he believes that everything is pointing towards the imminent "awakening of the soul" or "birth of the divine." This transformation deals with a change in polarities both on a personal and planetary scale, he explained.
Hairfield sees massive earth changes occurring as we are coming to the conclusion of two cycles- one of 5,000 years, the other of 25,000 years. He has recalibrated the Mayans' end date of "2012," and predicts that cataclysmic events could come this year, such as major quakes on the West Coast of the U.S., which he said are overdue. Eventually he foresees much less land mass, such as shown in the maps of Lori Toye. An advocate of meditation, Hairfield stressed the importance of experiencing the stillness of mind in order for guidance. He views the upcoming changes as a positive transformation for humankind.
First half-hour guest, expert in the field of Health & Wellness, Phoenix Gilman commented on the recent study debunking benefits of low fat diets. The body needs healthy fats such as from eggs, avocados and cheese, and that is why low fat diets aren't necessarily healthy, she said. Further, she argued that most diets fail because they don't take into account cravings related to the depleted levels of the neurotransmitter serotonin. In that regard, the most crucial supplement people can take is 5 HTP, said Gilman.
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