It's All In The Palm Of Your Hand – Press These Points For Wherever You Hurt. Monks With ‘Superhuman’ Abilities Show Scientists What We Can All Do – Cosmic Scientist. In his book titled Living with the Himalayan Masters, Swami Rama Wrote: “I had never before seen a man who could sit still without blinking his eyelids for eight to ten hours, but this adept was very unusual.
He levitated two and a half feet during his meditations. We measured this with a string, which was later measured by a foot rule. I would like to make it clear, though, as I have already told you, that I don’t consider levitation to be a spiritual practice. It is an advanced practice of pranayama with application of bandeaus (locks). Many ancient teachings tell us that humans have the capacity to gain extraordinary powers through various techniques. In Buddhism, for example, the existence of advanced powers is readily acknowledged; in fact, Buddha expected his disciples to be able to attain these abilities, but also to not become distracted by them.
Today, there have been a number of studies within the realms of parapsychology that have yielded statistically significant results. The Law of Prosperity – How to Make It Work for You. By Nanice Ellis Contributing Writer for Wake Up World There is not just one law in the Universe that governs all.
There exist multi-level laws in our Universe. Your personal vibration dictates what laws apply to you and your life, at any given moment. This means that we cannot expect higher laws to serve us when we are not a vibrational match to those laws. The laws of the Universe are subject to our personal versions of reality, which is dictated by our thoughts and beliefs which in turn creates our individual vibration. All meta-physical laws are vibrational laws and you activate them by aligning vibrationally. For example, if you try to rationalize a purchase by declaring that you are governed by the law of prosperity, but you don’t really believe it, the active vibration in your energy field would be one of scarcity, so that is the law that you invoke.
Most of us associate money with prosperity but money is simply a symbol of prosperity in our physical world. About the author: Untitled. Harvard Goes To The Himalayas – Monks With ‘Superhuman’ Abilities Show Scientists What We Can All Do. It’s fascinating to consider just how many ancient teachings tell us that humans have the capacity to gain extraordinary powers through various techniques.
Some of these techniques, known as siddhis in the yoga tradition (from the Sanskrit, meaning “perfection”), include meditation, static dancing, drumming, praying, fasting, psychedelics, and more. In Buddhism, for example, the existence of advanced powers is readily acknowledged; in fact, Buddha expected his disciples to be able to attain these abilities, but also to not become distracted by them.
A Professor of Buddhist and Tibetan Studies at the University of Michigan, Donald Lopez Jr., describes the many abilities ascribed to Buddha: Again, there are numerous historical anecdotes of people with, as the Institute of Noetic Sciences calls them, ‘extended human capacities.” Since this article is focused on Buddhist monks, here is another example from the lore as written by Swami Rama in Living with the Himalayan Masters: R.C. Recognizing TRUTH… in 5 Steps.
By Lisa Young Guest Writer for Wake Up World How do you recognize and trust what is Truth?
With so much conflicting information available to us on every imaginable topic, how do you discern what is Truth, what is fabricated, or just confused half truths? Here are 5 simple steps to recognizing TRUTH. 1. The easiest way is to go to Source. Truth is actually an energy, a formula and a principle of Source. The more you are connected to Source, the easier it becomes to recognize TRUTH. For support on connecting to Source, you can go to meditations and music on my website. 2.
Each of us now have this direct access. What makes it even more amazing is that each of us has our own unique and intuitive way of discerning Truth. 3. Part of this refining process is about becoming conscious of the many voices and at times, beliefs, that we have taken on from family, school, authority, media and religion about what we hold as truth. 4. 5. Previous article by Lisa Young: Updated November 2014 About the author: