The more we’ve moved humanity indoors, automated our skills away, and gotten our experience of the world filtered and sent to us through screens…
Onism: The name given to the feeling of realizing how little of the world we’ll each get to experience.
Anemoia: The name given to the feeling of being nostalgic for something you haven’t actually experienced.
Monachopsis: The name given to the feeling that you don’t belong where you are, that you’re not in the right place.
As granular as human beings have gotten through millennia of analysis…
According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, all of these hyper focused feelings fall into one of only seven categories – the seven emotions.
A clock tower, with its myriad gears, pulleys, levers, ropes, twisters and turners, can’t approach the human body’s complexity. After all, the end of all
A few days ago, we published an article about what a low FODMAP diet can do for those with digestive issues — specifically IBS, but not excluding diverticulitis and other forms of leaky gut. The research in favor of a low FODMAP diet for IBS sufferers is pretty overwhelming.
The main deterrent for most people is that it seems impossible to live a life without consuming FODMAP foods. They’re not only incredibly common, they’re foods that people are advised to eat when they don’t have inflammatory gut conditions, like IBS, Crohn’s disease, and colitis.
If the last book you read to completion was a manual, or a high school book report assignment on The Invisible Man, you’re one in
And make no mistake – if you have any money at all, you are a money manager. Those of us not ranked among the financial 1%