Benefits of an Ice Bath (12 Listed)

Are there benefits to an ice bath? It’s a common practice among athletes or fitness enthusiasts to take a plunge in ice water after a rigorous workout or a big game. It is also known as Cold Water Immersion (CWI) or cryotherapy. It is used to recuperate faster from intense training sessions and reduce muscle pain and soreness thereafter.

The main benefits to an ice bath have been found to be:

  • Ease Muscle Soreness
  • Increases energy and uplifts mood
  • Regulates central nervous system
  • Improves Resilience
  • Shifts your immune system
  • Cardiovascular Circulation
  •  May enhance performance
  • Improves sleep
  • Improves discipline
  • Boosts mental health
  • Prevent the risk of injury

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How to Become a Shaman? Your Questions Answered

Shamanism is considered to be an ancient form of religion. Almost every culture is known to have medicine men or women. A shaman is believed to have powers that bring individual healing, tranquility, and wholeness.

Western society is becoming increasingly interested in Shamanism. Many now want to know how to become a shaman. This article will succinctly define and show you how to become a Shaman.

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Is Holotropic Breathing Dangerous?

Is Holotropic Breathing Dangerous? Breathing seems like a simple act that you do almost unconsciously. So, you may wonder why you need to worry about how you breathe if it happens without any effort on your part.

Well, our breathing is connected to every action and emotion in your life so when you are stressed, your breath feels rushed and shallow. It limits the oxygen entering your bloodstream which your brain considers a threat and so the body prepares for fight or flight.

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What is a Bufo Ceremony?

Bufo is a psychedelic derived from the secretions of the Bufo Alvaius toad. Bufo is a subject growing in popularity, with users calling it the “God molecule” and comparing it to a religious experience. It has recently gained popularity in various spiritual settings. There are retreats and ethnic ceremonies being held. “Bufo Alvarius” used in the Bufo ceremony is considered the most potent psychoactive substance currently known to man. Read on if you are eager to know what this is all about.

 

 

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Healing with Crystals and Chakra Points

Crystals are growing in popularity as a healing tool, particularly when used on the seven main chakras of the human body, aligned down the spine. Spiritual healers connect a wide array of conditions and ailments to the chakras and consider disease to be a side-effect of blocked chakras. Using crystals linked to these specific chakras can help the unblocking process and speed up the healing of the body and mind.

Read on to discover the chakras, their locations and associated health conditions, and which crystals to use specifically for the main chakras.

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Ten Vortex Sites Around the World You May Not Know About

As a way to connect to your inner self and the world around you, very few things can beat a visit to an energy vortex. With strong links to ley lines, these intersections of energy and tranquillity  be found on both famous and relatively unknown sites. These sites have called to humanity for centuries, as evidenced by the remnants of the past found by archaeologists at sites like Stonehenge and Glastonbury, and are frequently considered sacred ground by local populations.

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Using Iboga for Depression (Plant Medicine)

If you found this blog post you’re probably wondering about  the effects of Iboga for depression, in the following post we will give you a break down of it’s history and usage to date. In December 2020, Iboga as an antidepressant treatment made the headlines, following the publication of a paper in science journal Nature. The team that published the paper was using a synthetic version of ibogaine, the active psychedelic substance found in an African shrub, and showing promising results.

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