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  1. The Mental Body and Mind

    A collection of statements by the Tibetan.      "The soul, in relation to the human being, is the mind principle in two capacities, or the mind expressing itself in two ways. These ... 06 August 2014
  2. The Chakras

    A collection of statements by the Tibetan.      "The etheric body is a body composed entirely of lines of force, and of points where these lines of force cross each other, and thus ... 06 August 2014
  3. Etheric Vehicle

    Summary: A collection of statements by the Tibetan.      "Life itself, the training to be given in the future, the conclusions of science, and a new mode of civilisation, will all increasingly ... 06 August 2014
  4. The Third Eye

    "The third eye is an energy centre constructed by man; it is a correspondence to the energy centre, the causal body, constructed by the Monad." (A Treatise on Cosmic Fire, p. 1160)      ... 06 August 2014
  5. Ayurveda

    As a Vaishnava who is compassionate for other people's pains, I have sometimes been thinking how unnecessary sicknesses of our bodies are an obstacle for our devotional service. The bodily casing, a secondary ... 06 August 2014
  6. Prana

    Prana is a Sanskrit word for "life air" or "life force". In China it is known as cchi, in Japan as ki, in Polynesia as mana. It is present all over the universe both in macrocosm (space) and microcosm ... 06 August 2014
  7. Scientology

    Founded in 1953 by the science-fiction writer L. Ron Hubbard, Scientology is a philosophy and set of religious beliefs centered on the principles of self-understanding and self-improvement. The fundamental ... 06 August 2014
  8. Uniting Science and Spirituality

    Energy-Matter Perhaps the most important discovery ever to made in the world of physics was Einstein's theory of relativity and his famous equation E = mc2. The equation reveals that 1 kilogram of matter ... 06 August 2014
  9. An Introduction to Meditation

    Meditation used to be an esoteric practice for spiritual growth, but in recent years it has entered the mainstream and has become diluted, distorted and sometimes overcomplicated. It is now commonly used ... 06 August 2014
  10. Presence, Healing and Reintegration

    Intimate Presence and Pure Awareness Carl Jung wrote in The Undiscovered Self, "You cannot solve a problem with the same level of consciousness that created it". The ego is a mind-created "problem", so ... 06 August 2014
  11. Psycho-Spiritual Development

    We come into this world with nothing and we leave it with nothing, so it is pointless trying to acquire lots of material possessions while we are here – because there is no net gain. Our material balance ... 06 August 2014
  12. Brief Overview of Reincarnation

    ... widespread, in fact almost universal in the East, but it has never been that popular in the West. This is due to the scepticism of mainstream science and the fact that it is not really mentioned in the ... 06 August 2014
  13. The purpose of Sleep

    When the sun is set and the stars decorate the heavens, part of our soul leaves our body. Even if we remain awake, part of the soul still departs, which is one reason why we begin to feel more tired and ... 06 August 2014
  14. Seeing the Invisible

    “Oftentimes, we ask to see God, as a benefit to us, to feel His presence. But in our searching, we frequently overlook the opportunities to experience the Creator that are right in front of us.” ~Karen ... 06 August 2014
  15. Learn Telepathy

    So you want to learn telepathy? Lets start with setting a definition for what telepathy is. Telepathy is the ability to communicate with someone without the use of sound, visual clues, touch or smell. ... 06 August 2014
  16. Spiritual knowledge runs deep

    Have you ever tried to hold onto a wonderful spiritual moment, trying to preserve the fabulous feelings and thoughts of the moment forever? If you have, you’ve probably discovered that it’s nearly impossible. ... 06 August 2014
  17. Circadian rhythm

    A circadian rhythm is any biological process that displays an endogenous, entrainable oscillation of about 24 hours. These rhythms are driven by a circadian clock, and rhythms have been widely observed ... 06 August 2014
  18. Classical mechanics

    Newton's laws of motion are three physical laws that form the basis for classical mechanics. They describe the relationship between the forces acting on a body and its motion due to those forces. They ... 06 August 2014
  19. Probability theory

    Probability theory is the branch of mathematics concerned with probability, the analysis of random phenomena. The central objects of probability theory are random variables, stochastic processes, and events: ... 06 August 2014
  20. Baconian method

    ... put forward in Aristotle's Organon. This method was influential upon the development of scientific method in modern science, but also more generally in the early modern rejection of medieval Aristotelianism. ... 06 August 2014


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