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by / on January 9, 2014 at 8:53 pm / in Alternative Healing/ Holistic Medicine, Body, Health, Philosophy

Healthy Mind, Healthy Body

Hello Friends, Let me start by introducing myself to you, I am Zane VanBaker, I have a vast knowledge in health, psychology, coaching, Human Resources and Personal Enhancement. I am very thankful for TabooJive for giving me the chance to be part of their family and I am looking forward to bring to you nothing but the best. Today, I […]

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by / on January 9, 2014 at 3:24 pm / in Alternative Healing/ Holistic Medicine, Body, Drugs, Education, Health

Homebrew Ayahuasca Guide

Ayahuasca in any of its forms is not a recreational experience. Anyone seeking that or escapism should look elsewhere. It does however have the potential of producing profound benefits and healing. The information beneath is to serve as a guideline only, and people should proceed slowly and cautiously. Why brew at home? Partaking of ayahuasca in a safe space of […]

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by / on December 30, 2013 at 9:53 pm / in Body, Health, Sports

Why Workout when you can Playout?

We make every excuse not to exercise. No time. No equipment. No gym. No motivation! Exercise was never meant to be a chore. When we were kids we loved to exercise—we ran, we climbed, we skipped, we jumped—and we called it PLAY because it was fun. So why did we stop playing? Grown up, many of us view exercise as […]

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by / on July 27, 2012 at 10:18 am / in Body, Culture, Philosophy, Religion, Society

Stop the Pussyfooting – Male Genital Mutilation

I’m finding myself dismayed by the directions the debates brought on by a German court’s ruling – that the circumcision of male infants (which I will refer to as male genital mutilation or MGM from now on) is a criminal assault – are most often taking. I concede that a court criminalizing a practice that is considered important by two […]

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by / on June 13, 2012 at 11:34 am / in Art, Body, Britain/England/UK, Country, Culture, Psychology, Society

Tat’s Life

Tattoos are one of the very few creative acts you can do completely independently: poems can go unpublished, paintings unsold, music unbought, films unwatched, but tattoos are instant and permanent works of art that can be added to, erased, reconfigured and redrawn an infinite number of times

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by / on February 19, 2012 at 1:15 pm / in Body, Country, Culture, Education, Government, Miscellaneous, Philosophy, Politics, Prejudice, Sexuality

Left Side of the Classroom

The year was 1998.  I was walking towards my honors history class.  Little did I know that the next half hour was going to make such an impact upon my life and belief system.  I was in the eighth grade going to a middle school in west Texas where we are unfortunately known for our prejudices and less than mediocre […]

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