When we say, I went to the store, or we took Tom to the airport, these statements are of the body.
But there is an underlying truth that should be enquired into that goes beyond body.
That true "I" is shapeless, formless, and without body.
When sleeping deeply there is no body.
And the body will pass away, becoming a corpse in the end.
But underlying all that is the true "I" which is the state of freedom from conceit, ego, body... that… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 10, 2012 at 10:42am —
Everyone knows that Sweet Potatoes have health benefits... but did you know that Sweet Potato Leaves are healing?
Sweet Potato Leaves are packed full of great antioxidants... also vitamin C making it great for fighting off free radicals thus preventing premature aging and disease.
Sweet Potato Leaves boost the immune system and thus helping to prevent infections and disease.
And the leaves and the rest of the plant may work wonders for balancing out blood sugar… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 9, 2012 at 10:32am —
Many people think that science has all the answers, but when it comes to finding freedom science and psychology help very little.
To be preoccupied with Theology, Science, or anything else distracts the seeker from finding truth.
Truth comes from witnessing self... thus connecting to one's feelings... thus leading to greater intuition.
Ego is born of massive amounts of words memorized and allowed to swirl through the mind.
A man with no learning at all will… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 9, 2012 at 10:31am —
Loquat Fruit grow in moderate climates and especially in China and have many health benefits.
Loquat Fruit lowers cholesterol because it's full of pectin that combines with cholesterol and prevents if from being absorbed. And pectin is a good laxative and also will detox your body of cancer causing chemicals.
Loquat Fruit contains lots of vitamin A which is great for healthy mucus membranes and Loquats also contain lots of antioxidants that keep you young and… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 8, 2012 at 10:40am —
It's interesting that in Genesis God asks Cain "Where is Abel?"
And Cain responses "I am not my brothers keeper"
Yet in this day and age many people feel they are not their brothers keeper.
But if not... who is?
In the Hopi tradition... we are our brothers keeper.
In Hinduism... we are our brothers keeper.
In Christianity... we are our brothers keeper.
But how many of us are willing to stand up for someone we don't… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 8, 2012 at 10:38am —
For those of us familiar with Reiki, we can easily associate it with peaceful, calming, or relaxing feelings, but Reiki can also be fun and energetic as well. I would like to share the other uses for Reiki that you often do not hear about, with these additional uses you can incorporate Reiki into your daily life without it if feeling like you need to take the time to hold a special ceremony each time.
• Manifesting. There are so…
Added by Candice Diggs on May 7, 2012 at 9:30pm —
"The person who risks nothing, does nothing, has nothing, is nothing, and becomes nothing. He may avoid suffering and sorrow, but he simply cannot learn and feel and change and grow and love and live." ~ Leo Buscaglia… Continue
Added by Maria Khalife on May 7, 2012 at 2:03pm —
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light, not our darkness… Continue
Added by Maria Khalife on May 7, 2012 at 2:03pm —
"Genius is perseverance in disguise" ~ Mike Newlin
Added by Maria Khalife on May 7, 2012 at 2:02pm —
Acacia Trees grow in lots of different areas of the world and especially in Africa... and have many health benefits.
Acacia fiber is great for increasing your HDL cholesterol (Good Cholesterol) and also Acacia is great because it triggers a hormone in your body that tells your brain that you are full and thus you eat less.
And Acacia is a good cleansing agent for your GI tract because it absorbs all the harmful toxins and allows them to pass out of your body... and because… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 7, 2012 at 10:14am —
Many people wake up angry, sad, in pain and never wonder why.
Take for instance a man who was in constant back pain. Thinking it was something organic he went to his doctors... who give him pain pills that got rid of the pain but made him feel terrible.
It was only when he got in touch with his feelings that he understood his tremendous anger towards his father... who divorced his mother and left them alone.
He even idolized his father... and wanted him in his… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 7, 2012 at 10:12am —
Transforming the Alzheimer’s Experience
LIVE IT UP!
Share a Great Life with Alzheimer’s, Cancer, or Any Diagnosis
by David LazaroffISBN-10:
Expressionist Press LLC
“Pain is inevitable;…
Added by Lonny J. Brown, HHC on May 6, 2012 at 10:56am —
Chapter 11 : The Preacher The Teacher
This week's instalment of The Threshold Series revolves around Bernard Sturn and features Veshtar, the almost barren land also known as the radioactive planet.
As the chapter begins, the illustrious physicist is enjoying a cup of green tea in his office, reviewing the events of the day while he waits for his newly hired assistant, Frank Evans, to join him… Continue
Added by Christopher Stewart on May 5, 2012 at 2:30pm —
Hyaluronic Acid is naturally found in the body and is responsible for healthy repair of connective tissue and good hydration.
Hyaluronic Acid is important for your joints keeping them lubricated and resistant to normal wear and tear, plus keeping your joints flexible and easy to move.
As we age collagen starts to break down and Hyaluronic Acid keeps your collagen healthy and thus also keeping your skin healthy and preventing wrinkles. Hyaluronic Acid also makes up a large… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 4, 2012 at 11:56am —
It's normal to lose faith, and feel lost, and during times of turmoil there will be lots of that going on.
Remember to listen to the positive voice even when it's hard.
There will always be a battle of the negative voice trying to take over... but that does not mean that you are lost... just that you feel disconnected from your self.
Stay in your heart... listen with your heart... connect with your heart... and use your mind as a tool for your heart and… Continue
Added by Dr. Paul Haider on May 4, 2012 at 11:55am —
I have always been a fan of movies, I, myself, own a ton of them, so whenever I am looking to escape the world for a few hours and relax, I pop one in.
Yesterday I chose the Last Samurai, I realize that the way things that are depicted in movies are not so much the way they are in history but I am intrigued with the way they have the Samurai in this one.
Tom Cruise portrays a guilt ridden army captain, who feels so bad about a past choice that he… Continue
Added by Enlighten My Senses on May 4, 2012 at 9:30am —
We may ask our self “the big question” from time to time: “Why are we here?”
It lends itself to a philosophical and spiritual study.
We may even find a few answers along the way:
“To learn and to grow.”
“To experience life.”
“Because there is a lot to see and do.”
“To learn we are a part of everything else.”
“Just lucky, I guess.”
Perhaps this most difficult… Continue
Added by Kathy Custren on May 4, 2012 at 8:00am —
As a psychiatrist, I realize that comparing is a natural tendency we all have. It can be absolutely neutral, as when you merely evaluate similarities and differences. Such comparison is essential for astute reasoning. It’s also productive if you’re inspired to emulate another’s impressive traits. However, it becomes dysfunctional when it stirs envy and jealousy, if you judge yourself as better as or less than others. Think about it: without comparisons jealousy and envy couldn’t exist.… Continue
Added by Judith Orloff on May 3, 2012 at 5:56pm —
I look past the traffic
Look past the man-made structures
Of brick and mortar
I look past
And I see LIFE…
I see the blanker of trees in the background
Several still green
But so many in the shift and change
Some half way there
Blotchy green and gold combined
Some pale yellow ochre
They've begun their shift
But still have a bit of change left to come
Added by M. Gatlianne on May 3, 2012 at 4:24pm —
During the month of April of 2011, international Latin rock star Robi Draco Rosa announced that he had been diagnosed with cancer. Unlike most cancer patients in the U.S., he chose the non-traditional so-called Burzynski therapy and as of today, only a year after his diagnosis, three of his four cancerous tumors are gone. The irony: the life-saving therapy that he chose has been the object of persistent litigation and persecution by… Continue
Added by Hiram Crespo on May 3, 2012 at 12:25pm —