Chinesischer Gesundheitskalender: März

Von Kristina Jurosz - 08.03.2017   Chinesischer Gesundheitskalender   2. MÄRZ – Die Gallenblase Es ist März, die Natur wacht langsam auf und es ist höchste Zeit, auch unseren Körper wach zu rütteln. Ich denke, jeder von uns freut sich schon auf den Frühling. Alle Naturkräfte streben aufwärts, es kommt die Zeit des Wachstums. Draußen... Continue Reading →

Poem by Nomad Sahara on CERN

By Nomad Sahara - 08.03.2017 - Photo: Anders Sandberg   A physicist dog There was once a little green frog who hopped into a hydrogen fog he tumbled and turned his science he learned and out jumped a physicist dog. Poem by Nomad Sahara All rights reserved      

Let The Children Play

7minutesonline.com by Jackie Sand - 24.02.2017 Children Need To Play Wherever we go we will see children play: in nature and in big cities even though less and less in our modern world. It is so important for children to have unstructured and free play time rather than 'playing' with their iPhone and or computer already at... Continue Reading →

Yoga Practice For Boosting Your Metabolism – 1. SUKHASANA

By Jackie Sand - 24.02.2017 SUKHASANA - also called Pleasant Pose, or Decent Pose, or Easy Pose Sukhasana is an Asana (yoga position) which is practiced in Yoga, Buddhism and Hinduism. The name comes from the Sanskrit words Sukha meaning "pleasure",[10] and Asana (आसन, Āsana) meaning "posture" or "seat".[ Sukhasana is a cross-legged pose and... Continue Reading →

Vertical Forests Our Future. Bosco Verticale by Stefano Boeri

7minutesonline.com by Jackie Sand - 19.02.2017 Vertical Forests Have you heard of Vertical Forest? Have you heard of: Stefano Boeri - Archittecti? Stefano Boeri is an Italian architect and urban planner, he was  born in Milan, Italy in 1956. He is the founding partner of 'Stefano Boeri Architetti' the Boeri architecture studio in Milan. His focus... Continue Reading →

Buddhism’s holiest site in China: Mount Emei

7minutesonline.com - by Jackie Sand - 12.02.2017 Buddhism's holiest site in China Rising 3,099 meters (10,167 ft.) above sea level about 170 kilometers (105 miles) from Chengdu, Mount Emei is the highest of China's four holy Buddhist mountains. The name "Emei" means "delicate eyebrow". Situated in the southwest area of Sichuan Basin, Emei Mountain flourishes... Continue Reading →

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