July 2017

How to Use Honey for Better Health

How to Use Honey for Better Health

Almost everybody has honey in their kitchen cabinet, but most people don’t use it for anything other than a sweetening a cup of tea or spreading on toast. However, honey has been known for its healing properties in many civilizations over the course of history, and as it turns out, it has real health benefits. Some types of less-processed honey, like Manuka honey, may have more powerful properties.

  • Energy Booster
    It comes as no surprise that honey boosts energy because it contains simple carbohydrates, but relative to sugars found in foods, honey boasts more long-term energy benefits. That’s because it takes your body a little longer to break it down than other sweeteners such as corn syrup.
  • Antiseptic
    Perhaps the most common use of honey as a health tool is as an antiseptic. In fact, honey has been and is commonly used to kill bacteria around wounds. Honey can also be used to help kill problematic food-borne pathogens, including E.coil and salmonella
  • Allergy Reducer
    Honey and allergies generally aren’t mentioned in the same sentence, but taking local raw honey on a regular basis may be able to reduce allergy symptoms, especially in the spring when pollen allergies are at their worst. If you do take honey for allergies, just make sure you’re using high-quality raw honey.

Tips & Tricks:

How to Pick Health Honey?
When it comes to buying honey you’ll likely see two kinds. Often, you’ll notice a difference in color. The honey that you’re looking for when it comes to health benefits is generally going to be darker in color. You also want to make sure you’re buying pure honey, not products that are part honey with added corn syrup, sugar or food coloring. Sometimes, manufacturers use these ingredients as filler, and while they’re okay for consumption they don’t pack the same health benefits.

How to Select the Best Hoverboard

How to Select the Best Hoverboard

6 Things to Consider Before Buying

  1. Safety
    The most important thing to look for in a hoverboard is the safety standard and safety features of the product. Many products that have flooded the market these days have faulty lithium batteries which explode and destroy some of your properties when they are being charged. When selecting a hoverboard, consider products with UL certification as this is the highest safety standard.
  2. Design Quality
    The design of any hoverboard will tell you how durable it’s going to be. Look at the materials used in designing the sensors, internal motors as well as the wheels (plastic or metal), housing material and frame.
  3. Charging Time
    Any hoverboard is useless without a good battery. If you enjoy long rides, i’s important to select a model with long battery power for up to 3 hours. Also, select a model programmed to shut down and stop when battery level is below 10%. This will preserve the life of the battery.
  4. Speed Range 
    Range, in particular, might be a little difficult to measure since so many factors may affect how far and how long you can go. The weight of the rider, incline and terrain can affect the range of the hoverboard. But most models generally get up to 12 miles per hour.
  5. Portability
    The portability of the ride is another feature you have to consider before making your purchase. If you’re planning to go on longer rides, it’s important to select a light and portable ride to help you easily maneuver through difficult terrains.
  6. Cost
    When it comes to hoverboards, the saying “you get what you pay for” is usually true. The better quality models with more features are usually more expensive than fewer quality ones. However, there are some exceptions to this rule. prices for hoverboard can start from $300.

Historic Car Journeys

Historic Car Journeys

1. First journey around the world in a car’ 1927
In 1927, 26 year old Clarenore Stinnes, her husband and 2 technicians left Frankfurt am Main, Germany, to embark on the first journey around the world in a car. In her Adler Standard 6, she covered a total distance of 46.758 kilometres in two years and one month.

Frankfurt am Main -Tehran -Moscow -Beijing – Buenos Aires- Vancouver – New York City – Paris – Berlin

2. The Perkin-Paris Race 1907
In 1907, 5 teams set out to the different route of the Perking-Paris-Race. Following a telegraph route, the race span two continents and featured a distance of fifteen thousand kilometres. Prince Scipione Borghese and Ettore Guizzardi fished the race first in their car model ‘Italia’

Peking – Ulaan Baatar – Saint Petersberg – Berlin – Paris

3. First Circumnavigation of Australia by car 1925
In August 1925, Nevill Westwood, a Seventh Day Adventist missionary commenced the journey that would make him the first person to continously circumnavigate Australia by motor car. By riding his Citron 5CV over a distance of 10,000 kilometres from Perth to Darwin and back, the 22 year old made Australia motoring history when he returned to Perth on 30th December 1925.

Perth – Darwin – Albury – Melbourne – Adelaide – Perth

4. The New York-Paris race 1908
Six cars from four different countries took off for a round-the-world auto contest in February 1908. As many roads on the route were unpaved, participants even used railway tracks on balloon tires for hundreds of miles to advance the race. Winning driver George Schuster crossed the finish line about 5 months later, on 30th July.

New York City – Seattle -Yokohama – Vladivostok – Paris

5. A four -year journey around the world 1973-1977
Ted Simon, globetrotter and successful book author, spent a good portion of the 70s travelling around the world on his Triumph motorcycle. Travelling 78,000 miles through 45 countries, he became an inspiration for thousands of travelers around the world.

Africa – South America – Brazil – Argentina – Chile – Panama – California – Australia – Singapore – India – Afghanistan – Iran – Turkey – Europe

Speed Demons

  •  1904 Lois Rigolly
    The very first car to travel faster than 100 miles per hour was a Gobron-Brillie steam car, driven by Belgium Louis Rigolly
  • !964 Donald Campbell
    In his Bluebird CN7, British Sir Donald Campbell set a land speed record  of 403 miles per hour in Australia’s dried salt Lake Eyre in 1964. His first attempt in 1963 was routed by rain – the first rain in 20 years, which flooded the lake

Australia Stories

1. 1909 Bathurst – Melbourne
Early long-distance ride in one of Australia first steam driven cars

Designed and built by Herbert Thomson and Edward Holmes, the 5 horsepower single cylinder Phaeton steam carriage was one of Australia’s first steam driven cars. It was able to carry two people 493 miles from Bathurst to Melbourne at an average speed of 8.7 miles per hour.

2. 1912 Freemantle – Sydney
First West to East crossing of Australian in a motor car

In their 10-horsepower Brush car., Francis Birtles, S.R “Syd” Fergusson and terrier Rex undertook the first West to East crossing of Australia in a motor car in 1992. The trio was the first one to cross the across the Australian Nullabar at the same time.

3. 1925 
First woman to circumnavigate Australia by motor car

On 14th October 1925, Marion Bell departed Perth in her Oldsmobile. Accompanied by her eleven year old daughter, she became the first woman to circumnavigate  Australia by motor car, covering a distance of 12,000 miles.

4. 1928 
First winner of the Australian Grand Prix

Arthur Waite won Australian’s 100 miles Road Race on Philip Island in his Austin 7 in 1928 – a famous historic race which officially was first called “Australian Grand Prix in 1929

An Ultimate Guide to Top SEO Jobs

An Ultimate Guide to Top SEO Jobs

  1. SEO Trainee
    The designation of an SEO trainer ranks the lowest in the hierarchical order of the SEO job profiles
  2. SEO Executive
    The profile of the SEO executive is not a very influential position.
  3. SEO Analyst
    SEO analyst may pronounce his functions as reviewing the work of the SEO executive, being well versed with the keyword finding and implementing techniques.
  4. SEO Strategist
    SEO strategist is to lay down strategies which will be implemented & followed to increase and enhance the SEO of the company’s website.
  5. SEO Specialist
    The SEO specialist is the one who is accountable for maintaining and managing the organic search results of the company’s web pages.
  6. SEO Consultant
    The profile of an SEO consultant is present in the Digital marketing agencies to provide third party help.
  7. SEO Technician
    SEO technician include assessing the competitor’s website for updates and finding link building opportunities
  8. SEO Account Manager
    SEO account manager carries social media campaigns on popular networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, etc.
  9.  SEO Manager
    Manager is supposed to analyze the reports of all campaigns running at a particular time.
  10. SEO Trainer
    SEO trainer is an SEO expert who mentors the subordinate employees to master the SEO functioning implementation
  11. SEO Director
    The SEO Director heads the department and keeps a check on the goals set and achieved.

Top 10 Key Elements in Creating a High Performance Culture

Top 10 Key Elements in Creating a High Performance Culture

#1 Clearly Define What Winning Looks Like
Look across the entire organization and define what it looks like from a variety of perspectives

  • Sales
  • Marketing
  • Customer service
  • Procurement
  • Finance

#2 Spell out Your Preferred Culture
In the same way that leaders shape and communicate a vision, they also spell out a picture of the culture they are striving for:

This can often be just a set of guiding principles or values, but the best seem to go further by establishing preferred behaviors what support these values: Which aspects of our current culture are we happy/unhappy with with? What preferred behaviors do we need to create the culture we want? What behaviors actually get rewarded round here? which unacceptable behaviors are actually tolerated here? How do we measure up against each of our preferred behaviors?

#3 Set Stretch Targets
Employees tend to rise to the standard set for them. The more you expect, the more they will achieve. But there is a fine line between good stretch targets, which can energize an organization and bad ones, which can dampen morale

#4 Connect to a Big Picture
The majority of employees want to be part of a compelling future, want to know what is most important at work and what excellence looks like.

For targets to be meaningful and effective in motivating employees, they must be tied to larger organizational ambitions. Employees who don’t understand the roles they play in company success are more likely to become disengaged. No matter what level the the employee is at, he should be articulate exactly how his efforts feed into the broader company strategy.

#5 Develop Ownership Mentality
When individuals understand the boundaries in which they can operate, as well as where the company wants to go, they feel empowered with a freedom to decide and act, and most often make the right choices. They begin to think and act like an “owner”

#6 Improving Performance Through Transparency
By sharing numbers with employees, you can increase employees’ sense of ownership.

However, being open is not enough. You need to be sure your employees are trained to understand financial statements and have enough insight into their own jobs to know how to effect the numbers. Focus on additional metrics besides the financial ones. Employees who are not in the financial world will be able to relate better to the results and will feel more included in the progress

#7 Increase Performance Through Employee Engagement 
Employees who are engaged put their heart and soul into their job and have energy excitement to give more than is required of the job. Engaged employees are committed and loyal to the organization

#8 Story Telling 
Story telling can be a powerful tool when you want to drive organizational change and performance improvement. The leaders must be able to use stories to motivate their employees to achieve than they thought possible.

#9 Internal Communication
Internal communication need to be on the top of the agenda -Have they heard the message? Do they know what it means? Have they internalized it?

#10 Taking Time to Celebrate
Do remember to celebrate milestones once they have been reached. Taking the time to celebrate is important because it acknowledge people’s hard work, boosts morale and keeps up the momentum. If you want something to grow, pour champagne on it

Workplace incentives

Workplace incentives

How Are Companies Keeping Their Talent?
From on-site laundry service to made-to-order sushi, the following companies offer their employees some serious perks. But do companies know what their employees really want? One age-old story says otherwise.

Which Company Provide The Best Employee Perks?
Companies often use perks and incentives to make sure their talented employees never leave. But some of these perks mean that employees literally never have to leave

1. Google: Lacking Nothing
It’s no wonder why Google employees love their jobs – the perks are nearly endless:

  • Free food from a choice of 16 gourmet cafes representing all sorts of cuisines
  • Dogs are allowed in the office
  • Subsidized massages are available on-site
  • Free laundry machines
  • On-site gyms
  • On-site doctors

2. Facebook: Employee’s Paradise

  • Free food
  • $3,000 reimbursement for childcare
  • 21 days PTO, 11 paid holidays, and unlimited sick days
  • Four months paid maternity /paternity leave

3. Quicksilver: Surf’s Up
Being located near the beach has its perks. When the waves are good, Quicksilver employees are encouraged to take some time out of their day to day to get barreled in the surf of Huntington Beach – otherwise known as Surf City, USA.

4. Microsoft: Party Bus
In Washington, Microsoft provides free transportation to local employees. Dozens of Microsoft-owned buses, equipped with WiFi, take employees directly to the office

5. Johnson: Concierge Services
An on-site concierge will do just about anything for employees -including taking their cars to get an oil change, picking up dry-cleaning and delivering groceries. Retirees also receive lifetime gym membership

6. Netflix: Vacation Placation
Work at Netflix and there’s no need to request days off. That’s because there’s no vacation policy. Employees have no limit to the number of days they can take off, as long as they get all their work done. And if employees want to wear vacation clothes at work, not a problem; there’s no dress code

7. Genentech: Family First
Among a variety of company-wide benefits (like free made-to-order sushi), the San Francisco Bio-tech giant offers employees free child and doggy daycare while they are working.

8. MillerCoors: Pub Club
What would a beer company be without offering its employees some suds? An on-site pub serves 13 different beers on tap. Talk about a good time.

9.  SAS: Health and Wealth
This software firm, which recently reached the top spot on CNN’s top 100 best companies to work for, offers what seem to be endless perks. Some perks include:

  • On-site healthcare
  • Childcare and summer camps
  • Beauty saloon
  • Car cleaning

What Incentive Do Employees Want The Most?

Hard incentives aren’t necessarily the best way to make employees happy -but they certainly help. Here are what employees say will make them happy, and what employers think will make their employees happy:

What Employers Say They Want
(#1 is most important, #10 is least important)

  1. Full appreciation for work done
  2. Feeling “in” on things
  3. Sympathetic help on personal problems
  4. Job security
  5. Good wages
  6. Interesting work
  7. Promotion/growth opportunities
  8. Personal loyalty to workers
  9. Good working conditions
  10. Tactful discipline

What Employers Think Their Employees Want

  1. Good wages
  2. Job security
  3. Promotion/growth opportunities
  4. Good working conditions
  5. Interesting work
  6. Personal loyalty to workers
  7. Full appreciation for work done
  8. Sympathetic problems
  9. Feeling “in” on things

There is obviously a disconnect between employers and employees. Employers believe that monetary compensations is the main thing their employees desire, while employees actually want to be appreciated, care for, and “in” on things.

Yes, offering practical benefits is an excellent way to show employees that they are valued. But companies must not stop there; They must show their workers that they are appreciated, valued and an important part of the business.


Production Planning Principles

Production Planning Principles

How to Apply Big Production Planning Principles to your Internal Comms Videos
Producing video for internal communications should take just as much thought and preparation than anything that you would release to the public.

These are, after all, your colleagues and team members. They should come away feeling confident that you’ve invested time, effort and though into your comms.

 Here are 7 “big production” Planning principle that should be applied to your internal comms videos:

1. Make it Nice
It goes without saying, but it’s mind-blogging how often it’s overlooked. Take an extra few minutes to make sure your video looks nice. Not necessarily prime-time TV nice, but it should be well shot and produced.

2. Respect Your Time
Your colleagues are busy. Watching unnecessarily long videos won’t go down well. Communicate clearly and concisely, but get to the point. If it can be wrapped up in 60 seconds, then a three-minute video is simply wrong.

3. Speak Up
Use a microphone to ensure quality sound. (Try simple LAV mics for smartphones.) there’s nothing more distracting than a mumbling communicator with the office buzzing and whirring behind them.

4. Mind Your Surroundings
Avoid shooting your subject against a wall. Use something -a plant, a picture, or some office activity a few feet behind your subject to add visual interest. Use discretion however, to prevent unnecessary distractions.

5. Video is Never Vertical
If you have success to a quality camera, make use of it. However, most smartphones are equipped with HD video capabilities, and can shoot something quite professional.

But Remember:  Just because many of your phones’s functions are used vertically, shooting video is never one of them. Seriously, just don’t.

6. Use A Tripod
A tripod helps to distinguish a video shot in haste from one that’s had a little forethought (if all you have is a smartphone, there are inexpensive tripods available for those too). Your colleagues don’t want to feel like they’re drifting at sea while watching your video.

7. Consider Your Lighting
If you don’t have access to professional lighting find an area that is well lit by something more than fluorescent office lights. Make use of the sun’s light by finding a quiet place outside or near a window, ensuring that the face of your subject can be seen clearly.

These quick tips will help you to apply some “Big Production” planning Principles to your internal comms videos. Your colleagues will thank you for it

10 Super Fat Burning Foods

10 Super Fat Burning Foods

  1. Salmon
    Is one of the best meats for you overall and it tastes awesome too. Salmon is loaded with protein and Omega-3 Amino fatty acids boosting your metabolism and burning more fat. These fatty acids also have a very positive effect on your cardiovascular health, protecting you against heart disease.
  2. Turkey
    Is another great meat for burning fat. Turkey is packed with protein for higher caloric burn and is also naturally lower in fat compared to chicken. Just make sure you buy turkey in its most natural form (many typical thanksgiving turkeys are injected with butter or other fatty substances).
  3. Lean Beef
    Is a very popular meat around the world due to its flavored taste and wide availability. Lean beef especially is a great fat burning food as it has a reduced amount of saturated fat compared to other beef yet is still loaded with protein. It also contains iron which is vital for the creation of hemoglobin in your red blood cells.
  4. Chili Peppers
    Are not only great for spicing up your meals, but they are in themselves a fat burning food. Not only are they low in saturated fat but chili peppers contain an element called capsaicin which has a thermic effect on your body and revs up your metabolism. They are natural anti-inflammatory and are also a great source of Vitamin C, B6, K, potassium and especially vitamin A accounting for over 75% of your required daily value per serving.
  5. Skim Milk
    Contains large amounts of calcium, helping to increase your metabolism and burn calories. There have been many studies which show that those who drink moderate amounts of milk or low-fat dairy products daily, have less body fat ratios than those who don’t. Skim milk is best but if you find it too watery, 1% milk is a good alternative
  6. Green Tea
    Has been enjoyed by the Japanese for centuries and has been spreading in popularity the past several years. Green tea is a great burning beverage due mainly to the EGCG contained within it which stimulates your brain and nervous system resulting in higher caloric burn. Green tea is also has powerful antioxidants and studies have shown it to even reduce the risk of some cancers.
  7. Spinach
    This isn’t just for Popeye (though he did have the right idea about the veggie). Spinach is loaded with vitamins and nutrients yet is a mere 8 calories per serving. A single serving of spinach contains over 60% of your daily value (DV) requirement for vitamin A and a whopping 200% of required vitamin K. Spinach is also full of antioxidants that reduces the risk of heart disease, stroke, and a number of cancers
  8. Edamame
    These are one of our all time fat burning snack foods. They are essentially soy beans which have been lightly boiled and salted (of course the salt is entirely optional). Originally from Japan, edamame! They also contain 0g of saturated fats so eat them guilt free.
  9. Broccoli
    Is one of those super foods that you can never really eat enough of. It is literally packed with nutrients including calcium, vitamin A, vitamin C, folic acid, and fiber. The calcium, vitamin C, and fiber all contribute to burning fat and increasing your metabolism. On top of that, broccoli is full of antioxidants that provide a multitude of health benefits including decreasing the risk of heart disease and certain cancers.
  10. Oats
    A great way to fill you up as they’re loaded with soluble fiber, which helps reduce cholesterol and lowers the risk of heart disease. They’re also a very good source selenium which boosts your energy and immune system by producing antibodies. One of my favorite breakfasts is a nice big bowl of oatmeal in the morning with some blueberries on top




Marijuana comes from the plant Cannabis Sativa. A key ingredient in marijuana is Tetrahydrocannabinol (THC), which gives it a powerful high when smoked or ingested. Street names for marijuana include pakalolo, pot, weed, Mary Jane and grass

Health Risks of Marijuana

  • Increased risk for asthma, bronchitis and emphysema
  • Reduces ability to learn and retain information
  • interferes with brain function
  • Reduces resistance to common illness
  • Increases heart rate, anxiety and panic attacks
  • Increased risk of a heart attack.

Indicators of Marijuana Use

  • Eating binges
  • Bloodshot/glassy eyes
  • Incense or breath mints to hide odor
  • Giggly and silly for no reason
  • Burnt fingertips

Marijuana in the US & Hawaii

  • In 2014, more than 22.2 million people in the U.S. have reported using marijuana in the past month, making it the most used illicit drug.
  • Marijuana was the primary substance used at the time of admission for the majority of adolescents (62.4%) in 2012
  • 10.4% of Hawaii high school students have tried marijuana for the first time before 13. 18.5% have used marijuana in the past 30 days and 7.5% have used marijuana on school property in the past 30 days.

Legal Penalties

  • Use or distribution of marijuana is a crime under both Hawaii and U.S. law.
  • Recreational marijuana is illegal in the states of Hawaii.
  • Medical marijuana is legal for persons with qualifying illness such as terminal cancers. Persons seeking medical marijuana must obtain a doctor’s recommendation and register with the State Department of Public Safety to avoid criminal prosecution under state law.
  • Marijuana is federally illegal in the United States. Federal law trumps state law.

12 Houses of Astrology

12 Houses of Astrology

The Twelve House of the Horoscope define twelve areas of our life. The beginning of each of the houses is called it CUSP.

Each house has what is called a natural ruling sign and natural ruling planets. That is the sign and planet that is associated with that house in the natural chart that begins with Aries and ends with Pisces.

1st House: The SELF 

Natural Rulers: Aries
Ruled by: MARS

House Affairs: The Ascendant. Your Projected behavior, temperament, health, how you react to those around you, and appearance.

According to some astrologers, the first shows how you appear to others, the persona, or mask you wear. Other astrologers feel that the first house is not this superficial and describes an essential part of who you are and how you project yourself in the world. Some astrologers believe that the first house describes issues that are very important to the person, issues that the person the person wants to resolve and master in this lifetime and they tend to become increasingly important as the person grows older.


Natural Ruler: Taurus
Ruled by: VENUS

House Affairs: Your material side. Security, gains, losses, financial condition and your concern about these matters.

Many astrologers believe that the second house describes your possessions and is a key to understanding whether you will be wealthy and have many possessions. Other astrologers believe that the second house describes your values, whether you are a person with strong and rigid values, for example, or whether you tend to be liberal, accepting and tolerant of different ethical standards and also what kinds of things are important and of more value to you.


Natural Ruler: Gemini
Ruler by: MERCURY

House Affairs: mental aptitudes, early childhood, everyday communication, siblings, early education.

Communication and how one expresses oneself are key issues of the third house. Some astrologers believe that the third house describes how a person relates to the immediate environment, how observant and alert the person is, how the individual learns new material and how the person processes information.

4th House: HOME

Natural Ruler: Cancer
Ruled by: MOON

House affairs: Domestic affairs and conditions, the nurturing parent, home and family life. The end of life

Many astrologers believe that the 4th house describes your home, some describes your mother and believe it describes your father. A more psychological interpretation of the 4th house is that it describes where you feel comfortable and what kinds of things and what kind of environment makes you feel relaxed. unstressed, peaceful and comfortable.


Natural Ruler: Leo 
Ruled by: SUN

House Affairs: Love affairs, procreation, your children, creative expression, luck and speculation.

The fifth house is associated with creativity, children and play. Some astrologers also associate the 5th house with romance. A more psychological interpretation of the 5th house is that it describes how you express yourself in a personal and creative way.


Natural Ruler: Virgo
Ruled by: MERCURY

House Affairs: The work environment, the employer and the employee, the routine, health issues, hygiene.

The 6th house is associated with work and health. A psychological interpretation of the 6th house is that it describes your attitude towards improving things and taking care of things. It describes the extent to which you focus on fixing. repairing improving and maintaining things.


Natural Ruler: Libra
Ruled by: VENUS

House Affairs: Marriage partner, business partners, contracts, joint endeavors.

The 7th house is the house of partnerships and relationships. It describes how you relate to others, what you value in a relationship and what you expect from others.

8th House: BUSINESS

Natural Ruler: Scorpio
Ruled by: PLUTO

House Affairs: Attitude towards life/death, possessions of others, wills and legacies; sex and regeneration.

The 8th house is associated with many different things, from inheritances to business transactions, death and sex. A psychological interpretation of the 8th house is that it describes how you share and bond with others, whether you can make commitments to others and whether you will abide by the commitments you make. The 8th house encompasses all forms of bonding and sharing., especially strong or meaningful ones, and therefore has a big impact on marriage, sexuality, business contracts and attitudes towards money.

9th House: TRAVEL

Natural Ruler: Sagittarius
Ruled by: JUPITER

House Affairs: Religion, philosophy, publishing, higher learning, distant travel, foreign countries

The 9th house is associated with travel, philosophy, religion, education and publishing. A psychological interpretation of the 9th house is that it describes how a person grasps larger concepts and the degree to which the person focuses on distant or loftier issues and to what extent these are important to the person.

 10th House: CAREER

Natural Ruler: Capricorn
Ruled by: SATURN

House Affairs: Reputation, social status, fame or the lack of it, worldly standing, the other parent.

The 10th house is associated with career, reputation and public image. The 10th house describes how we project ourselves into the world and the roles that we enjoy playing in our careers and jobs.


Natural Ruler: Aquarius 
Ruled by: URANUS

House Affairs: Friends, clubs, organizations, associations, goals, hopes and wishes

The 11th house is associated with friendship and goals. Some astrologers feel that the essential meaning of the 11th house is how we relate to larger groups and the community in which we live. It describes the manner in which we live. It describes the manner in which we participate in community activities, and how important the larger community, national global issues are to us.


Natural Ruler: Pisces
Ruled by: NEPTUNE

House Affairs: The subconscious mind, hidden resources, hidden problems, social responsibility.

The 12th house is associated with various things such as isolation, institutions, hospitals, Prisons, etc. A psychological interpretation of the 12th house is that it describes the often subconscious and emotionally based feelings of responsibility that we have as people and citizens of the world. It describes the extent to which we feel responsible to serve the larger community, and the extent to which we take the problems of others seriously as concerns of ourselves and the extent to which we feel guilty when we feel that we do not do what we know deep within ourselves we should do.