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According to a new study conducted by researchers from the National University of Singapore (NUS), specific types of meditation – Vajrayana and Theravada styles of from the Tibetan tradition – elicit qualitatively different influences on human physiology and behavior, producing arousal and relaxation responses respectively.
Most of us don’t even know who we are… Who are you, really? Once we get past the surface of who we THINK we are, the number of abilities we can access are terrifyingly infinite.
All of doctor-induced disease – from medical mistakes to the side effects of prescription drugs – ‘pales into insignificance when compared with the intellectual neglect demonstrated by doctors failing to understand, recognize and prevent the two major causes of death; namely heart disease and cancer.
The 6th chakra is the home of feminine intuition, that deep knowingness that women have that surpasses — or bypasses, depending on how you feel about it — mere logic.
Your throat chakra is called “Visuddha” in Sanskrit which means “purity.” And if you think about it – even just visually – the name makes sense. Look at your body. Your lower body which contains your first three chakras and the “bridge” chakra, your heart, create a fairly wide energetic passage way. Suddenly, at the throat, all the upward-moving energy of your lower body must be moved into the very narrow passage way of your neck.
By Cynthia Sue Larson Have you ever wondered why some people age gracefully, seeming like they look pretty much the same now as decades earlier, while staying actively engaged in fun activities, learning new things, and staying active… and other people slip into steady decline? If you have noticed this and wondered, “What’s up with that?” you’ll […]
Your vision is not compromised because of weak eye muscles. Rather they’re too tensed to work properly, so you have to relax them. The Bates method teaches you how.
Humans have essentially become addicted to stress. There is “good stress” (eustress) and “bad stress” (distress)—meaning, you experience certain stressful experiences as unpleasant and seek to avoid them, but others you may actually seek out because they’re fun.
The important thing to realize about heart opening is that it’s totally natural for our spirit and utterly unnatural for our body. The latter is due to the fact that we have so many heart-closing daily activities in our culture. The main problem is that we sit in chairs most of the time. We even sit in one as we drive!
After years of working with my yoga students and life coach clients, I’ve learned that 3rd chakra tends to be the problem spot. It’s the place where a lot of people – especially women and people who consider themselves “spiritual” – lose their chakra power.
The fascinating new science of quantum bioholography accepts as its core premise that human beings are, in essence, holograms composed of intersecting frequencies of energy transduced and directed by DNA. This line of thinking, supported by compelling theory and evidence, has led physician Richard Gerber, author of VIBRATIONAL MEDICINE, to state bluntly that humans are “crystallized or precipitated light.” Quantum bioholography is related to the emerging field of wave-genetics, a leading-edge science that employs what has been called “torsion” energy generated by sound and light waves to stimulate a self-healing potential in DNA. This science recognizes that our bioenergy blueprint—which we can access ourselves by stimulating DNA through linguistic means—holds the key to permanent healing and radical transformation.
As mentioned in previous articles, it is the belief in the method we apply that heals us, and not necessarily the method itself (and there are good methods, don’t get me wrong). The unequivocal belief in something helping engages our innate healing capacity. Mr Wright demonstrated that marvelously. His is such an amazing example of the reality of the placebo (conviction that something helps you) and also the nocebo effect (conviction that something doesn’t help you or is harmful) – and thus the mind body connection.