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Do We Have a Soul? A Scientific Answer

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 20, 2011


I think science still not able to answer this question.
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The 7 Chakras and Their Significance to Your Life

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 16, 2011

By Sadhguru, Founder of Isha Foundation

Chakras are energy centers. Although most people have heard of seven chakras, there are actually 114 in the body. The human body is a complex energy form; in addition to the 114 chakras, it also has 72,000 “nadis,” or energy channels, along which vital energy, or “prana,” moves. When the nadis meet at different points in the body, they form a triangle. We call this triangle a chakra, which means “wheel.” We call it a wheel because it symbolizes growth, dynamism and movement, so even though it is actually a triangle, we call it a chakra. Some of these centers are very powerful, while others are not as powerful. At different levels, these energy centers produce different qualities in a human being.

Fundamentally, any spiritual path can be described as a journey from the base chakra, called the “Mooladhara,” which is located at the base of the spine, to the “Sahasrar,” which located at the top of the head. This journey of movement from the Mooladhara to Sahasrar is from one dimension to another. It may happen in many different ways, and various yogic practices can effect this movement.

Mooladhara is really made up of two terms: “Moola” means the root or source, and “adhar” means the foundation. It is the very basic foundation of life. In the physical body, your energies need to be in the Mooladhara chakra to some extent. Otherwise, you cannot exist. If the Mooladhara chakra alone is dominant, food and sleep will be the predominant factors in your life. Read the rest of this entry »

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What Do You Think Happens When We Die?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 14, 2011


Logic and reality quite different things.
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‘Action For Happiness’ Leads Well-Being Movement In Britain

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 12, 2011

By JILL LAWLESS

LONDON — Is there a science of happiness?

A growing band of economists, politicians and academics thinks so – and they are putting theory into practice by starting a “mass movement for a happier society.”

Action for Happiness launched Tuesday in London, encouraging hugging, meditation and random acts of kindness. It is getting under way as the British government asks statisticians to measure the economically battered nation’s well-being.

The nonprofit group’s founders include a former Downing Street policy chief, Tony Blair’s biographer and an eminent economist. They say happiness – long regarded as the preserve of poets, philosophers and spiritual leaders – is a deeply serious issue.

Co-founder Richard Layard, emeritus professor of economics at the London School of Economics, says the group “doesn’t have any creed or dogma. It’s a secular movement, grounded in science.”

“Our happiness levels have been stuck for the last 60 years,” he said. “Income does not make a lot of difference. The quality of human relationships at home and in the workplace – there are a lot of ways in which those have been neglected in favor of higher income.” Read the rest of this entry »

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How to Catch a Liar: The Cognitive Clues to Deceit

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 12, 2011


If we catch liars, they will catch us as liars network very strong all over the world.
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Is There Really a Genius in All of Us?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 11, 2011


Everybody is very talent but in specific subject matter and that is god gifted talent, however; we do not know about it and can’t guide them accordingl­y and forced them to be involved in other subject matter. This way we are ruining the world’s talent beauty.
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Workarounds: Is There Any Value to Positive Thinking?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 4, 2011


There are lots of things behind this.
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Can a Tree Consciously Experience the World?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on April 2, 2011

Robert Lanza, M.D. Scientist, Theoretician, Author

In “Avatar,” humans mine a lush moon inhabited by blue-skinned extraterrestrials, the Na’vi, who live in harmony with nature. Human military forces destroy their habitat despite objections that it could affect the bio-network connecting its organisms. On the eve of the big battle, the protagonist Jake communicates via a neural connection with the Tree of Souls, which intercedes on behalf of the Na’vi.

The movie suggests that we don’t understand the conscious nature of the life that surrounds us.

Although I saw the movie three times, I still cringe whenever someone tells me that a plant has consciousness. As a biologist, I can accept that consciousness exists in cats, dogs and other animals with sophisticated brains. Studies show that dogs have a level of intelligence — and consciousness — on par with a two- or three-year-old human child. In fact, in 1981, I and Harvard psychologist B.F. Skinner published a paper in Science showing that even pigeons were capable of certain aspects of self-awareness. But a plant or a tree? To consider the possibility seemed absurd — until the other day.

My kitchen merges into a conservatory, a mini-rainforest with palms and ferns. While having breakfast, I looked up at one of my prize specimens, a Queen Sago tree. For the last several months I’d been watching it send up new fronds, which, since the winter solstice, have been repositioning themselves towards the shifting sun. During that time I also watched it respond to an injury to its trunk by sending out air-roots in search of new soil to re-root itself. It was a clever life-form, but clearly not conscious in any known biological way. Read the rest of this entry »

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Revealed: The Secret to Long Life and Happiness

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 21, 2011


We could give several seen proof but unseen and powerful one, because we are not capable for that.
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‘All Is One’ in Traffic Jams

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 19, 2011


Most of the people do not know and realize this.
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How Men Can Be Wise About Women

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 14, 2011


Biological difference­s between men and women create lots of problems, challenges­, interests, attraction­s and sometimes frustratio­n as well.
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Feminist Coming Out Day: What Does Feminism Mean to You?

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on March 11, 2011


This must not be only for female. In some communitie­s male are dominated by female. There must be understood in different way. Anyway this must be for balanced society.
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The Tango of Ego and Soul

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 25, 2011

Dr. Judith Rich, Speaker, trainer, writer, coach, creator of Rx For The Soul: http://www.judithrich.com

Our lives unfold between the shores of the conscious and the unconscious. The conscious mind, when unexamined, reflects the agenda of the Ego, and concerns itself with matters of survival. It experiences and interprets events through the lens of its limiting perceptions; mainly, fear, and attempts to exert its power and influence through the use of the Will, the Ego’s instrument.

When the conscious or objective mind is in service to the Ego it is concerned with appearances, safety, comfort and maintaining the illusion of control. The Ego-driven mind wants to know: “How do I look? What will others think of me? Am I right? Am I loved/ good enough? Am I safe? Am I in control? How can I avoid pain?”

On a distant shore in a faraway land, the unconscious or subjective mind resides. Both personal and impersonal agenda take up residency there. The subjective mind houses our personally repressed memories as well as the transpersonal agenda of the universe. One could say the entire universe is housed within each one of us and it is only a dream, insight, reflection or imagination away! Read the rest of this entry »

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Life After 50: What Arianna Huffington Can Teach Us About Women, Power and the Art of Being Fearless

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 19, 2011


Yes Arianna gave a lot to the material world, now it is the time to give spiritual world. And for that first she must leave this job and be in the real internal world. Not sure she is ready for that or not. Because happiness starts from there.
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Esquire’s ‘Women We Love’ Bare Lingerie, Not Souls

Posted by Ram Kumar Shrestha on February 7, 2011


The thing is that we enjoy teaching and showing to love rather than doing love.
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