We all have seen the many actions and reactions Trump has shown throughout his life.
They have come to the forefront because of his current presidential bid.
In my humble opinion, there is, and has always been, something amiss with this ‘human being‘.
I don’t profess to be an expert but this reality is obvious to anyone with a few brain cells and the capacity to discern ‘normal’ (as fleeting as that concept may be), can safely question the mental/spiritual/personal status of this ‘man’.
I will leave with you this video.
I think Mr. Chopra presents a flawless case.
It may sound humorous and funny but the reality is that he’ right on target.
There are seven chakra centers in our bodies in which energy flows through
Blocked energy in any of our seven chakras can often lead to illness, so it’s important to understand what each chakra represents and what we can do to keep this energy flowing freely.
~THE FOURTH CHAKRA~
Located at the base of the spine, the pelvic floor, and the first three vertebrae, the root chakra is responsible for your sense of safety and security on this earthly journey. The word Muladhara breaks down into two Sanskrit words: Mula meaning “root” and Adhara, which means “support” or “base.”
This is the first of the chakras of matter
Balancing the root chakra creates the solid foundation for opening the chakras above. Imagine that you’re laying the foundation for a house in which you’re going to live for a long time. A solid foundation embedded in firm soil will provide the stability you need to create a home filled with joy for years to come.
The root chakra is comprised of whatever grounds you to stability in your life. This includes your basic needs such as food, water, shelter, and safety, as well as your more emotional needs such as letting go of fear. When these needs are met, you feel grounded and safe, and you tend to worry less day to day.
Whether or not you feel secure now often has less to do with what you have at your disposal and more to do with how safe you felt as a small child. When you consider psychologist Erik Erickson’s stages of development, the first stage—trust versus mistrust—is closely related to your root chakra development. As infants, if your caregivers readily gave you what you needed to survive with consistency, you felt secure in the world. You felt that the world was a place that could be trusted to provide your basic needs. Yet, if your caregivers withheld or delayed in giving you what you needed, or if that giving was inconsistent, you may find yourself with first chakra blockages.
Alicia Keys urges fans to vote for Hillary Clinton in powerful PSA
By Danielle Jackson
Alicia Keys is urging fans to “Vote Love” in a powerful new video endorsing Hillary Clinton.
In the video, produced in partnership with MoveOn.org Political Action, Keys discusses the importance of voting for Clinton and how it can help us “wake up in a more perfect union” as it relates to trans equality, gender equality, sexual equality, and racial equality.
“I’m fighting for a woman who was never meant to have a seat at the table,” she says. “A woman who never quit–who never got too jaded for hope.
She endures because she has faith in our kindness.”
Keys is one of more than 100 high-profile celebrities who have joined MoveOn.org’s #UnitedAgainstHate campaign to ensure Americans vote against Donald Trump in the upcoming election.
Today, more than any day, we need this kind of positive, encouraging message.
Alicia Keys passionately makes the case for Hillary Clinton and explains why she has chosen to #VoteLove in this powerful MoveOn.org video.
Lady Gaga’s Carpool Karaoke Might be The Late Late Show’s Best Yet
We all know Gaga can belt—but she and Corden really had a blast
Lady Gaga and James?
No disappointment at all -in fact, thanks to her energetic banter with Corden, her ever-fabulous belting, and Corden’s decision to mimic some of her most notorious outfits, Gaga’s Carpool Karaoke segment might be the best one yet.
Gaga also crashed the Late Late Show stage on Tuesday night, October 25, briefly hijacking Corden’s monologue before the host came out on stage – in a stage of partial undress.
The two eventually reconciled, and Gaga joined the band for the remainder of the show.
Truthfully, Corden seems like the type of guy who can shoot the breeze with just about anyone – but he and Gaga seemed to really vibe, teasing one another, gabbing about Gaga’s upcoming Super Bowl performance, and briefly improvising their way through an O-Town cover.
At one point, Gaga even took the wheel.
In between, of course, they squeezed in a few Gaga favorites old and new, including “Perfect Illusion,” “Bad Romance,” “The Edge of Glory,” “Born This Way,” “Poker Face,” and “Million Reasons.”
But the true highlight of the session might be when Corden took Gaga on a trip down fashion memory lane, bringing back some of her most notorious outfits – yes, including the meat dress.
Based on her reaction, it seems Gaga has soured on perishable attire.
Randy Rainbow is a blogger and internet celebrity based in New York, NY, United States. Rainbow is most notable for a series of humorous YouTube viral videos in which he stages fake phone conversations with famous people by editing real audio clips of those celebrities.
Randy Rainbow Turns Third Debate Into Splendid “Sound Of Music” Parody
In an election year that’s given us plenty of reasons to fear for our future, Randy Rainbow has been a beacon of gay light.
The internet sensation is helping to ease our political pain once again, and this time turned the most buzzed about moments from the third debate into a magical musical.
Taking Trump’s infamous “nasty woman” quote from last week, Randy turned the negative energy of the final debate into the perfect parody of “The Lonely Goatherd” from The Sound of Music.
From the moment the first chords cut through the mounting tension of the debate footage, our gay hearts were instantly at ease and ready to enjoy the show.