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On this summer solstice and annual world yoga day, we invite people of all religions, belief systems, spiritual paths and social endeavors, people of all ages and nationalities to join their hearts and love in unison for 7 minutes in a worldwide meditation-prayer for the wellbeing of our planet and humanity, and for peace on Earth.

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The Happiest Man on Earth
Posted November 12, 2014 by Delia in Spirituality
Matthieu Ricard was born in France in 1946. The son of famous French Philosopher Jean-François Revel and painter Yahne Le Toumelin, he grew up amongst the French elite. He studied biology and had a promising career when, in 1972, after completing his doctoral thesis in molecular genetics, Ricard decided to forsake his scientific career to the practice of Tibetan Buddhism. He moved to the Tibetan Himalayas and has been living there since then. Since 1989, he has been the French interpreter for HH the Dalai Lama.

He was nicknamed “the happiest man on earth”, after he participated in a study conducted by the University of Wisconsin that aimed at evaluating the level of happiness of individuals, amongst which were Buddhist monks. The test that used 256 sensors attached to the skull, and three hours of continuous MRI scanning, showed that Ricard’s happiness level was far above all other participants. That same study also proved the neuroplasticity of the brain demonstrating that meditation can play a key role in anybody’s quest for happiness, by restructuring the brain’s neurons.

Ricard has written several books. Amongst others: "Happiness: A guide to developing life’s most important skill", in which he gives advice on how to live a happy life. One of the most important aspect of his teachings is that, as you can train your body, he believes you can also train your mind. For that reason, happiness is a skill that everyone can develop.

For him, at the source of unhappiness, there are feelings of jealousy, anger, obsessive desire and arrogance. Since all of these emotions are fleeting and transient, it is possible to prevent them from invading your mind and tormenting you.

How do you do that? First, by not responding to the emotion. If you feed the emotion, it will most likely grow. However, you cannot deny it either. You need to look at the emotion and let it dissolve. By repeatedly practicing that technique, he believes that negative emotions can flow through you “as a bird crosses the sky and disappears” and therefore not affect your well-being.

According to Ricard, behind every thought lies what he calls pure consciousness. Through love, kindness, benevolence, selfless generosity and compassion, and obviously through the practice of meditation, it is possible to access that pure consciousness and flourish.
When speaking of happiness, Ricard refers to the Sanskrit word for this state of being: sukha.
“Sukha is the state of lasting well-being that manifests itself when we have freed ourselves of mental blindness and afflictive emotions. It is also the wisdom that allows us to see the world as it is, without veils or distortions. It is, finally, the joy of moving toward inner freedom and the loving-kindness that radiates toward others.”

This is what Ricard says about happiness or well-being:

“It seems that no one wakes up in the morning thinking, "May I suffer the whole day?" Which means that somehow -- consciously or not, directly or indirectly, in the short or the long term, whatever we do, whatever we hope, whatever we dream -- somehow, is related to a deep, profound desire for well-being or happiness. If you look in the literature, East and West, you can find an incredible diversity of definitions of happiness. Some people say: I only believe in remembering the past, imagining the future, never the present. Some people say: Happiness is right now; it's the quality of the freshness of the present moment. And that led to Henri Bergson, the French philosopher, to say, "All the great thinkers of humanity have left happiness in the vague so that each of them could define their own terms."

Well, that would be fine if it was just a secondary preoccupation in life. But now, if it is something that is going to determine the quality of every instant of our life, then we better know what it is, have some clearer idea. And probably, the fact that we don't know, that is why, so often, although we seek happiness, it seems we turn our back to it. Although we want to avoid suffering, it seems we are running somewhat towards it. And that can also come from some kind of confusions.

One of the most common ones is happiness and pleasure. But, if you look at the characteristics of those two, pleasure is contingent upon time, upon its object, upon the place. It is something that changes. Beautiful chocolate cake: first serving is delicious, second one not so much, then we feel disgust. That's the nature of things. We get tired.
I used to be a fan of Bach. I used to play it on the guitar, you know. I can hear it two, three, five times. If I had to hear it 24 hours, non-stop, it might be very tiring. If you are feeling very cold, you come near a fire, it's so wonderful. Then, after some moments, you just go a little back, and then it starts burning. It sort of uses itself as you experience it. It is not something that is radiating outside. Like, you can feel intense pleasure and some others around you can be suffering a lot.

Now, what, then, will be happiness? And happiness, of course, is such a vague word, so let's say well-being. And so, I think the best definition, according to the Buddhist view, is that well-being is not just a mere pleasurable sensation. It is a deep sense of serenity and fulfillment, a state that actually pervades and underlies all emotional states, and all the joys and sorrows that can come one's way. For you, that might be surprising. Can we have this kind of well-being while being sad? In a way, why not? Because we are speaking of a different level.

Look at the ocean waves coming to shore. When you are at the bottom of the wave, you hit the bottom. You hit the solid rock. When you are surfing on the top, you are all elated. So you go from elation to depression -- there's no depth. Now, if you look at the high sea, there might be a beautiful, calm ocean, like a mirror. There might be storms, but the depth of the ocean is still there, unchanged. So now, how is that? It can only be a state of being, not just a fleeting emotion, sensation. Even joy -- that can be the spring of happiness. But there's also wicked joy, you can rejoice in someone's suffering.

So how do we proceed in our quest for happiness? Very often, we look outside. We think that if we could gather this and that, all the conditions, something that we say, "Everything to be happy -- to have everything to be happy." That very sentence already reveals the doom of destruction of happiness. To have everything. If we miss something, it collapses. And also, when things go wrong, we try to fix the outside so much, but our control of the outer world is limited, temporary, and often, illusory. So now, look at inner conditions. Aren't they stronger? Isn't it the mind that translates the outer condition into happiness and suffering? And isn't that stronger? We know, by experience, that we can be what we call "a little paradise," and yet, be completely unhappy within.

The Dalai Lama was once in Portugal, and there was a lot of construction going on everywhere. So one evening, he said, "Look, you are doing all these things, but isn't it nice, also, to build something within?" And he said, "Unless that -- even you get high-tech flat on the 100th floor of a super-modern and comfortable building, if you are deeply unhappy within, all you are going to look for is a window from which to jump." So now, at the opposite, we know a lot of people who, in very difficult circumstances, manage to keep serenity, inner strength, inner freedom, confidence. So now, if the inner conditions are stronger -- of course, the outer conditions do influence, and it's wonderful to live longer, healthier, to have access to information, education, to be able to travel, to have freedom. It's highly desirable. However, this is not enough. Those are just auxiliary, help conditions. The experience that translates everything is within the mind. So then, when we ask oneself how to nurture the condition for happiness, the inner conditions, and which are those which will undermine happiness. So then, this just needs to have some experience.

We have to know from ourselves, there are certain states of mind that are conducive to this flourishing, to this well-being, what the Greeks called eudaimonia, flourishing. There are some which are adverse to this well-being. And so, if we look from our own experience, anger, hatred, jealousy, arrogance, obsessive desire, strong grasping, they don't leave us in such a good state after we have experienced it. And also, they are detrimental to others' happiness. So we may consider that the more those are invading our mind, and, like a chain reaction, the more we feel miserable, we feel tormented.

At the opposite, everyone knows deep within that an act of selfless generosity, if from the distance, without anyone knowing anything about it, we could save a child's life, make someone happy. We don't need the recognition. We don't need any gratitude. Just the mere fact of doing that fills such a sense of connection with our deep nature. And we would like to be like that all the time.

So is that possible, to change our way of being, to transform one's mind? Aren't those negative emotions, or destructive emotions, inherent to the nature of mind? Is change possible in our emotions, in our traits, in our moods? For that we have to ask, what is the nature of mind? And if we look from the experiential point of view, there is a primary quality of consciousness that's just the mere fact to be cognitive, to be aware.
Consciousness is like a mirror that allows all images to rise on it. You can have ugly faces, beautiful faces in the mirror. The mirror allows that, but the mirror is not tainted, is not modified, is not altered by those images. Likewise, behind every single thought there is the bare consciousness, pure awareness. This is the nature. It cannot be tainted intrinsically with hatred or jealousy because, then, if it was always there -- like a dye that would permeate the whole cloth -- then it would be found all the time, somewhere. We know we're not always angry, always jealous, always generous.

So, because the basic fabric of consciousness is this pure cognitive quality that differentiates it from a stone, there is a possibility for change because all emotions are fleeting. That is the ground for mind training. Mind training is based on the idea that two opposite mental factors cannot happen at the same time. You could go from love to hate. But you cannot, at the same time, toward the same object, the same person, want to harm and want to do good. You cannot, in the same gesture, shake hand and give a blow. So, there are natural antidotes to emotions that are destructive to our inner well-being. So that's the way to proceed. Rejoicing compared to jealousy. A kind of sense of inner freedom as opposite to intense grasping and obsession. Benevolence, loving kindness against hatred. But, of course, each emotion then would need a particular antidote.

Another way is to try to find a general antidote to all emotions, and that's by looking at the very nature. Usually, when we feel annoyed, hatred or upset with someone, or obsessed with something, the mind goes again and again to that object. Each time it goes to the object, it reinforces that obsession or that annoyance. So then, it's a self-perpetuating process. So what we need to look now is, instead of looking outward, we look inward. Look at anger itself. It looks very menacing, like a billowing monsoon cloud or thunderstorm. But we think we could sit on the cloud -- but if you go there, it's just mist. Likewise, if you look at the thought of anger, it will vanish like frost under the morning sun. If you do this again and again, the propensity, the tendencies for anger to arise again will be less and less each time you dissolve it. And, at the end, although it may rise, it will just cross the mind, like a bird crossing the sky without leaving any track. So this is the principal of mind training.

Now, it takes time because it took time for all those faults in our mind, the tendencies, to build up, so it will take time to unfold them as well. But that's the only way to go.

Now about brain plasticity. All the nominal connections, in numbers and quantities, were thought -- until the last 20 years -- thought to be more or less fixed when we reached adult age. Now, recently, it has been found that it can change a lot. A violinist, as we heard, who has done 10,000 hours of violin practice, some area that controls the movements of fingers in the brain change a lot, increasing reinforcement of the synaptic connections. So can we do that with human qualities? With loving kindness, with patience, with openness?
So that's what those great meditators have been doing. Some of them who came to the labs, like in Madison, Wisconsin, or in Berkeley, did 20 to 40,000 hours of meditation. They do, like, three years' retreat, where they do meditate 12 hours a day. And then, the rest of their life, they will do that three or four hours a day. They are real Olympic champions of mind training. This is the place where the meditators -- you can see it's kind of inspiring. Now, here with 256 electrodes.
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We asked meditators, who have been doing that for years and years and years, to put their mind in a state where there's nothing but loving kindness, total availability to sentient beings. Of course, during the training, we do that with objects. We think of people suffering, we think of people we love, but at some point, it can be a state which is all pervading. Here is the preliminary result, which I can show because it's already been shown. The bell curve shows 150 controls, and what is being looked at is the difference between the right and the left frontal lobe. In very short, people who have more activity in the right side of the pre-frontal cortex are more depressed, withdrawn. They don't describe a lot of positive affect. It's the opposite on the left side: more tendency to altruism, to happiness, to express, and curiosity and so forth. So there's a basic line for people. And also, it can be changed. If you see a comic movie, you go off to the left side. If you are happy about something, you'll go more to the left side. If you have a bout of depression, you'll go to the right side. Here, the -0.5 is the full standard deviation of a meditator who meditated on compassion. It's something that is totally out of the bell curve.

So the whole point of that is not, sort of, to make, like, a circus thing of showing exceptional beings who can jump, or whatever. It's more to say that mind training matters. That this is not just a luxury. This is not a supplementary vitamin for the soul. This is something that's going to determine the quality of every instant of our lives. We are ready to spend 15 years achieving education. We love to do jogging, fitness. We do all kinds of things to remain beautiful. Yet, we spend surprisingly little time taking care of what matters most -- the way our mind functions -- which, again, is the ultimate thing that determines the quality of our experience.”

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Dr. Harmander Singh
Sacred Organic Chemistry, Meditations, and 3-D Darshana Systems The Philselfology of Naam Japna, the Reminding our Mind of the State of Cycle and the Circle as Click Away from any point on the Circle: Be Happy Philselfologically: 30





They, the animals and others live in the body as we do as we enter into the body of a human and the fetus goes live and when we leave this human body, it falls down and decays and so is true with all living ones and thus we call it a soul - a consciousness, the living essence having its individuality in everybody that lives! Thanks for sharing such a human feeling!


Naam Japna: It is nothing but the Reminding our Mind of the Sate of Cycle and the Circle as Click Away from any point on the Circle as we discuss below:

1. We have a Circle of Rhythm that is not just a wave, crust, trough and vibration as it’s a point of equal-potential everywhere on the circle. All points join together and in the circle we live.

2. On the surface of the circle exists what can assume our feelings of “I’m” and “It’s” and the feelings of that “I’m” and that all that is external and internal too has the feelings of “It’s”. When we look outside, we may forget the inside and when we are inside we may forget the outside world as its approach that matter. Going outside the nucleus is our interaction – electromagnetic systems that interact having chemical, enzymes and all that gives benefits of a human body.


3. Inside the nucleus, we have stability that gives us the joys and bliss of the internal world, which is dynamic in nature. As at the point of circle, we are dynamic and that seem to keep changing as to static; the Tamo Guna, Kinetic the Rajo Guna; and dynamic; the Sato Guna. We can understand these terms and or learn from the experts to experience it within our body, and that we avoid sharing or communicating excessively about its knowledge to others as it may do more harm than doing any good.

4. When we say one a Trikal Darshi, the Seer and Knower of Past; the Tamo Guna, Present; the Sato Guna and Future; the Rajo Guna as all together as one, the viewer as the Turiya, and thus the Dynamic State of Mind.

In this point of viewing the past has what people before us have lived communicate to us when read and remember them as nature stores what they, our ancestors have lived and as they lived, and thus, when we consider the world as we want see by making through how we want our children show see and have it is easy to understand: "You see when we use the term "we", its not universal as most of the people who follow native methods in research include say the Ayurveda and other all time works that are not though as ancient as the human. The human is a source of all knowledge's and on required conditions that again need to be the same or at least similar to what we want to retrace.

For example, if we want to retrace the knowledge of say 10, 000 years back, we need the same conditions to do so, that is the specific need for any research work, and thus philselfologically speaking all people use the same foods, rituals, dresses, living conditions that we so called term "ancient times" have been using, and its where the native people in the world are far advanced than the rest of the "modern world".

They, whom we call the people of the past, and the ancient times have clear vision of "their future" that "we" are living, and well, do we have any clear "vision" of our "modern age", and well to say whom we consider outdated and or native people whom seem traditional and orthodox from ages, "know" the future of the "modern people" as the are the senior to what we read as the "ancient times", they live it and for the modern people its simply "myth-ololgy", the logo's of myth that we now contradict in every update, and we will edit it!







5. In any case, the nucleus can have fissions, the degeneration of the personality as mostly by brain skills alone, the wrong psychiatry at times that gives multiple or bipolar personality disorder as if evolution as it may say, so we aim for the creative arts rather than just brain skill, and it, the brain may evolution by fusions as the meditation methodologies teach and guide.

6. The outside world as such is an object and thus passive no matter what it does as one gives it one’s own kinetic touch and that is what we see as dynamic file work inside us as the computers do when we look at the screen and see what is happening.


7. So, the human brains are 3-Dimensional, the Dynamic Interface and the computers are 2-Dimensional, Kinetic and Televisions, the TV’s are the 1-Dimesnional, the Static, and thus hypnotic objects. This thing is must for Learning the Art of Sacred Visualization. The Sacred means the Punita, (when we look at our object as if Air or like Air) the one that helps in 3-D, the Pious Visualization. The Pavitra helps in 2-D Visualization and the 1-D Visualization is called the Pavita, which is like , which is looking at object as if Liquid, Water State of Gas as we say, looking at the Solid Object, the Tamo Guna. The word Punita, Puneet and Pavitra, Pavit and other ones relate to Pavan, means the Air and its states like solid as ice, and liquid as water. These points in learning visualization the clarification of objective, detailed and comprehensive topics in and of life.


If nowadays Chemistry of say Benzene and thus the Organic Chemistry is taught in the 3 Dimensions, we can save brains, and no doubt the image below is already a 2-D Presentations!




The complicated structures are just an elephant shown in parts, whom we have reassemble one single identity of an elephant means visualize; focus and imagine simple say I.M.Gene, and thus is how brain works like a gene, when we say that have a gene, the gene-ius inside, yes the genius that works when order it to meditate and get the solutions:






Now, this video as above is not the brain test, but needs that we first learn how to concentrate, focus and then meditate, and the word meditate has all that can make a difference as we all know medium and media, as when we think and imagine, we are the medium and thus media of what we think and feel which we simply observe and thus we feed some data, information and knowledge to our brain so that it can have something relevant to process that helps to mediate and that is how all people meditate on Lord Rama with getting sufficient details so as to help in visualize that we say the Inner or the Sacred Visualization, the Darshana, which is a Dynamic Process of Thinking and an aid to Process of Thinking, which has different names, meanings, importance as when 1-D, 2-D and 3-D, and we call and know it as the Mahatama, and it is the Mahatam as we popularly know it, and that we see any object, 1-D, interact with an object; 2-D, and once we start to imagine the object, it goes scared and have the Mahatam of Sacred Visualization in which and where everything is pious and thus one and we observe Sacred Visualization, the Indian Darshana and its Philosophy that the entire world follows intuitively and thus Wisdom of Mouth, the Vedas!






When the Chemistry goes 3-D, we have it better than Biology, Botany, Zoology, Psychology, and even Math as we deal with it most as we have electrons, atoms, molecules and its integration with bio's say the biochemistry something world finds as a gateway to future, could not resist some videos before biochemistry videos, and we can take the following:





The Biochemistry is one of greatest relief to all Chemistry students as if one views the following videos, one can understand how and why:

























Well, the 3-D Presentations in any form say the videos are the Philselfology of Sacred Visualization, the Darshana, and surely these videos can make Organic Chemistry a Mathematical Sciences of Physics as it already seems to be from the video about the Organic Chemistry:







It helps to visualize and thus the Sacred Visualization, the Darshana, the 3-Visualization is what Indians know as the Philosophy which Bridges Among at Least Science, Math, Art, Music and Religion if not just the World Religions and Faiths!





Well, the Pavan, the Biological Levels that we have discussed as the the things of earth as the Bhoga, the Bhoomi or Earth+Aga, the Vital Energies as the Air has one of the major impact on the Philosophy of Karma Yoga that Shri Guru Nanak Dev Ji, the Founder of Sikhism introduced philselfologically as the Kirt Karna and Nam Japna, that means accepting the Karma Yoga as the natural life style and the essence of living, and thus loving even the name of it, the Kirt Karna has significance in our life as people used to think and believe while lacking information and knowledge that recently the age of information has provided us in last few decades, and thus that Shri Guru Nanak took only air as the food.

The Pranayama, which supports the biological processes simply needs sound, the shabada with it to be of an angelic levels and even otherwise it, the pranayama is not just food, diet and tonic, but a most effective healer if ever done in the ozone near the green world that is in the morning when the sun rises. We need an expert as it may not be good doing it at the polluted place, and if its, its always exhaling at such places and thus great helper of health and well-being.






Now and thus in the information age, we know that he was master of pranayama, which gives one an ability to dwell on say fruits, juices and the masters can dwell on the pranayama alone, and that is why he, the Shri Guru Nanak Ji is known as the Pavan Ahari, the one who takes air, the prana as the food.

The next good part that relates to it includes the following:


"Philselfology of Sacred Electron, Nucleus, Atom, Earth Systems and 3-D Theories of Universe: Sikhism and Sacred Structures and Electromagnetic Symbols, Emblems, and Systems - Be Happy Philselfologically - 56"


It rains now so we will edit for new editions!

Thanks for your time!
Dr. Harmander Singh
How to Heal, Cure and Remove the 3 Dosha's of Rajo, Sato, Tamo and Turiya Guna's: Be Happy Philselfologically Part 20


The concept of exercise, yoga, meditation, music and the sound has better aspects when understand with little of common sense. The music goes from dance to singing and finally to the instrumental level while silence as the Samadhi is the goal. For example, the word “Ramu” has a body as if the eyes dance on it means read it.

The next easy thing that we speak it as if its, the word Ramu is music.

The instruments play it even when one listens to it with or without instruments.

Now, the noise is a heard noise from any possible source. However, it lacks what we need; it lacks the silence that only music can create. When we hear Ramu, the word musically, we go into the Samadhi, the state of inner silence; the listener, speaker and the word are one.

Then when we speak, read and write the Ramu, we feel it and go back into the Samadhi, the state of Divine Bliss, the Dynamic State of Peace and thus no action and reaction state of mind.

While the word Ramu in mind as its sound, image and in any other form in mind one may dance and still be in Samadhi is the same thing. However, due to differences it has on the body its names are given required priority.

When one dances, it’s the Tamo Guni means works on the biological part of the body.

When one sings, it’s the Rajo Guni means it works on the Heart or the Art Zone.

When one uses instrumental music as aid above; it’s the Sato Guni means it works on the Mind or Brain Zone.

In the Guna’s, we have these 3 as having the Dosha’s as none of it can go for the Whole Body as we say Holistic or Integrated Approach for Better Health and Wellness (Be Happy Philselfologically as we say at LD, the Life Dynamix). We need the Turiya Gun, which is the Awastha, the Dynamic Stage/State of the same body. The state and stage are popular terms as when we stage and what stage we have of our body.





In the Samadhi, one is at the Turiya State and thus the Awastha.

We can access to the state of Samadhi from any Guna, but it’s the approach which differs but not the results. For example its well said here:

"These Dosh'a are called the sins in the Yoga (the actual word is YOG), and by Practice, the Abhiayasa, we may remove it: "Pranava (OM) should be chanted with three Matras (prolonged intonations). This is for the destruction of the former sins. The Mantra, Pranava, destroys all obstacles and all sins (the sins in simple English language). By practising this he obtains the `Arambha Avastha' (the beginning or first stage). The body of the Yogi begins to perspire. When it perspires he should rub it well with the hands. The trembling of the body also occurs. He sometimes jumps like a frog." (With thanks from the source: http://sivanandaonline.org/public_html/?cmd=displa... )


The Practical Philosophy that we may call Philselfology helps for getting the Turiya State without disturbing what one believes and practices say Tamo Guni, the Dances or Physical Movements; the Rajo Guni, the Creative Arts as Music and other that influence the Heart Zone; the Sato Guni, the major theories, approaches, and thus the methodologies of yoga, meditation and the spiritualism.

Lastly, the Turiya or Divine, the Subtle Form of Ramu, the word and the sound has its own level that we all share with the rest of the natural world and the company of each guna’ in an easy and proper ways helps to get it, and thus Be Happy Philselfologically.


Art of Ascending or the Charadi Kala: When we descend from the Turiya to 3 Guna's, we naturally acquire the dosha's that create sinful or urges that are the mal, the dosha's of that food or the anamaya or the other kosha's attached to that level.


If we want understand it, when we descend from the Turiya or the state of Sacred Darshana, we want to bring back that experience in the mind and thus its the Sato Guni Dosha. It is nothing but torturing of mind and the brain. When we still come down as the Rajo Guni level, we want to hear and see the sounds and colors and if we do not find it, we mostly upset the heart zones and start to cry like a child or kid, and it seems to be the Rajo Guni Dosha. When we further come down or descend, we find the worst of all, we want to see one's deity physically present and if we do not see; we may torture one may start to torture the human body as the Ravna would do! The last one is the Tamo Guni Dosha.


Even while trying to ascend, we do the similar mistakes at Tamo Guni level, we are forceful means physically almost abusing to go to higher or spiritual level. While ascending to and from Rajo Guni level, one starts to sing or use creative arts emotionally means using arts forcefully otherwise, one starts to cry and laugh! From the Sato Guni, one wants the Drish or Sacred Vision while doing meditation and forceful focusing means mental torturing. However, the Turiya level is always feeling the Presence that is the highest possible and without any effort as one feels the presence of the self!


The results it thus produced gives downfall say from the Turiya to sato, Rajo and Tamo Guni and thus the Avtarna, the difficulties to ascend back to the Higher or Turiya levels. These dosha can be managed with good quality of food, music and thus the overall life style as is in the natural lifestyle like the Ayurveda:



For example, Lord Shiva is the Lord for the physical, the labor or manual works of any kind is said to have Tamo Guni Dosha as Brahma for mental works of any kind, the Rajo Guni and the Lord Vishnu for religious works at spiritual/yoga and other levels of philosophy and or at least the spiritual levels and thus having the Sato Guni Dosha as it says when someone has answered it wonderful way: "http://in.answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20100122050342AAKkS4n"

This is an example of putting Indian or Ancient Philosophies into practical by Swaadhaya, the Philselfology, and thus Be Happy Philselfologically! For example, please read the following paragraph and let us see how we become an expert by simply reading a paragraph, and the paragraph is as below:

You see, the alternative medicines are the most primitive and natural ways of diagnosing illness, treatments and all of the theoretical uses for health care.

It does not use chemicals as medicines, which initially seem beneficial, but later on harm the human body, as well as other living things including the animals, birds, plants and even the five basic elements, namely the solid (earth), liquid, air, fire and space.

The chemicals as atoms, molecules and any other form of compound gain 3 dosha's naturally:

1. The electric charge and its the Tamo Guni as it creates the Tama means desire to take action or indulge in any reaction. Its because of gravity that electric charges affect in any form

2. The magnetic charge and as its the Rajo Guni and creates any electric or magnetic reaction only if it seems worth reaction means action and reaction based on certain conditions

3. The electromagnetic change and its most likely in between the Rajo, and Sato in most cases as it is fully contented energy in the human body

Now, these 3 dosha's produce a combined vital living effects based on the transitions these follow and as a system it is power based on the summing up of all energies in the human body. This energy reflectively works as power that generates as if feedback to what one feeds to body, the tamo, to the fluid systems that influence the heart zones as the rajo and the sato as what one likes and dislikes in the world of religions and faiths that offer either sato or higher as the turiya. The total summing-up is what we call life energies, the power that we can always increase with the bir ras, the proper secretion of the pineal gland.

The spiritual masters usually reintroduce or reinforce the fundamentals of the bir ras as must for the bravery be kept alive and thus the following is a good asana for gaining pineal gland give the best:

In the Hath Yoga Traditions, only the Head Priests used to sit in the Bir Asana. Most of yogis cannot sit in the bir asana when their senior or the mahant, the head priest is sitting visibly anywhere. The bir asana is as if sitting in the chair! So, Shri Guru Gobind Singh Ji took inititives to stop this practice in India and wherever Indian Religions and Faiths are practiced. It was so opposed that it broke into wars with the Himalayan Kings who followed this tradition.

They raged against Guru Ji's this sense of equity, but now world understands it what Tenth Sikh Guru Ji gave to human civilization that explains as for health and wellness as discussed here and as shown below:





"There is a centuries old Punjabi physical exercise known as ‘Dand-Baithak’ (Push-ups) which was being practised in ‘Mal-Akharas’ (wrestling arenas) of 2nd Guru Shri Guru Angad Dev Ji also. While carrying out ‘Dand’, posture of ‘Bhujang-Asan’ is formed."

When ‘Dand’ and ‘Bhujang-Asan’ are combined and added to ‘Bir-Asan Bandna’, the resulting composite exercise is known as ‘Bir-Asan Namastang’." (With thanks from source and that is in depth reseraching and presenation here: http://gurmatyoga.com/yoga%20and%20food.html )


In other words, the above 3 dosa's due to gravity and thus the mal dosha. The mal means that follows the gravity that our body has and thus the solid constitutes what we know as the Aanamayi Kosha liquid the Manomayi Kosha, air does the Praynamayi Kosha, fire goes to Vigyanamayi Kosha and the space seem to create the Anandmayi Kosha. Now, these Kosh'a can be created in various formats and if one wants to know its better to do Swaadhaya as its never right to learn from the clues even if given by experts as it seem to make one think, feel and thus assume and believe that is an expert, and if one want to be, please also view this video:





The conclusion, which we can derive for the significance, need and importance of the alternative medicines, is very clear from the organic farming--which is in principle the way which we use the alternative medicines.


Note: "Exercises do not offer activities higher than the motor nerves, but yoga offers the easygoing marathon of the body as the Asana to the highest level of the mental activities, as in the stages higher than the Asana, such as the posture known as the Pranayama: concentration, meditation; and the Samadhi, the highest level of concentration. Yoga prepares one for long marathon of life, while remaining healthy throughout life. Thus, exercises alone do not compare to yoga." (An extract from the article: http://yoga.knoji.com/how-to-understand-the-differ... )

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