Heather Callaghan's passion is for natural health and wellness.
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Heather Callaghan is back with us this program. Heather Callaghan is a health and food activist and posts regularly on her website, http://www.NaturalBlaze.com.
We talked through a few of her recent posts covering the following:
There is a new documentary that addresses the dangers of vaccines and it's titled, "Bought." We talked briefly on the issue of fluoride in the water and ways you can protect yourself. Heather wrote a piece on the new GM soybean oil and how it's supposed to be better than regular soybean oil, which is already pretty bad stuff. Neither compares to the king of good oils, coconut oil.
Curiosity allegedly killed the cat – but no one ever mentions how satisfaction brought him back.
"Curiosity may put the brain in a state that allows it to learn and retain any kind of information – like a vortex that sucks in what you are motivated to learn, and also everything around it," explains Dr. Matthias Gruber.
Take a look at the current lackluster educational systems in place and it becomes clear – the more curious we would be about a topic, the easier it is to soak up information about it. Ask anyone who took four years of Spanish and remembers none of it – then talk to that person after he travels and immerses himself in the language – what happens? What happens when you are motivated to investigate something deeper?
Now on YouTube. Heather Callaghan, Food Freedom Activist & Writer, is back with us this program. She is part of a growing community of young thinkers, writers, and activists that have broken out of The Matrix and are using the blogosphere and social media as their bully pulpit for sharing information and ideas.
The world can seem truly muddled up – its people confused and frightened out of their wits. There's little we have control over, except for steering our own lives. You can – and deserve – to define a life's purpose to guide your steps, no matter what's going on around you. At the very least, nothing can stop the definition of it for you – and it can't hurt to think about it.
Regardless of your age, feeling a sense of purpose for being alive – a life's purpose or calling – can help you live longer, according to research published in Psychological Science.
And the good news is…it doesn't matter when you find it.