By EPHRAT LIVNI N E W Y O R K, July 5 http://abcnews.go.com/Health/story?id=118179&page=1 Many moons ago, a wandering Nepalese prince sat under a tree, vowing not to rise until he attained enlightenment. After a long night of deep meditation, Siddhartha Gautama, better known as the
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A lot of us know about the different health practices and trends. Everyone knows exercise is good for you, but can too much be a bad thing……. YES! If you exercise too much and too hard you can end up damaging joints, tendons, ligament and
Does the thought of flying make your palms sweaty? Do you find yourself making alternative travel plans just to avoid flying? Many people are restricted by their fear of flying. CTV news found that majority of people who fear flying, actually fear having panic attacks
Swami Chinmayananda came down from the Himalayas to share the knowledge of Vedanta with us. The Chinmaya Jyoti Yatra, led by Swami Mitrananda, in India was our attempt to take Him to the masses. May 8, 2016 marks the birth centenary of Pujya Gurudev Swami Chinmayananda.
There are three different aspects in relation to the work that all of us should do if we want to obtain the Self-realization of the Being. They are: Transmutation-Transformation-Transubstantiation. Meaning ‘through Change in Molecular redesigning Consecration is with Divine Presence. We have to become: filled
The vehicle of intuition is directly connected with the human heart. Accordingly, the heart is the centre of the sixth sense. Like all chakras in the spinal cord or kundalini, the heart or anahata lotus flower spins and shines with extraordinary beauty. Universal energy flows
Yogic breathing or pranayama is a fundamental practice in yoga. It is one of Patanjali’s eight-limbed path of ashtanga yoga for self-development through moral, physical and mental exercises: (yama or moral restraints; niyama or moral conduct; asana or physical posture; pranayama or breath control; pratyaharaor
Neuroendocrinology is physiology of the hypothalamus and its control over secretions of hypothalamic and pituitary glands. Hypothalamus maintains homeostasis, regulates reproduction, metabolism, eating and drinking behaviour, as well as energy utilization, osmolarity and blood pressure. Releasing Factors from hypothalamus triggerStimulating Factors from the Master Gland
Want, lust, anger, greed, possessiveness, pride, jealousy and ego are all impurities of the mind. These become obstacles to knowledge, to ceaseless unhappiness and a source of sorrow. Ramana Maharishi writes ‘chitha sodakam, mukti sodakam’ to convey: a clean mind is the tool for realization.
The Human Nervous System resembles an upside-down or upturned peepal or ashvattha tree (Ficus religious). The brain and the cranial nerve rootlets are found above in the crown, and the mixed spinal nerves roots carrying motor, sensory and autonomic signals are below. This anatomical area of the human