Ecstacy Changes Everything. The present moment is really an opening, so it has no duration–you are in the now when time ceases to exist.
Perhaps the best way to gain such an experience is to realize that the word present is linked to the word presence. When the present moment becomes filled with a presence that is all-absorbing, completely at peace, and totally satisfying, you are in the now. Presence isn’t an experience. Presence is felt whenever awareness is open enough. The situation at hand doesn’t have to bear any responsibility. Ecstasy changes everything. Consciousness and Creative Trance. Trance is an altered state of consciousness which individuals can enter through a variety of techniques, including hypnotism, drugs, sound (particularly music, percussive drumming etc.), sensory deprivation, physical hardships (eg. flagellation, starvation, exhaustion) and vigorous exercise (particularly dance).
People can also use trance, particularly in the context of ‘ritual’ events, to learn new strategies of thinking or of relating to one another. There are different types of learning: for example what Eric Jantsch calls ‘conscious learning’ is a transaction between consciousness, the environment and memory. Jantsch also identifies ‘superconscious learning’, which takes place with the addition of ‘outer’ and ‘inner’ ways of learning.
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Utilize Your Love. By Sri Swami Satchidananda Question: When we feel an extra surge of love from within, what can we do to keep that love flowing instead of being blocked up inside or focused all on one person?
Sri Gurudev: When you feel that extra surge of love, you have hundreds of opportunities to share it. If you see a withering plant, immediately go and tend to it, take the weeds out, give it some nourishment and water. Blogs. Tapping the immense power of thoughts. Electromagnetic theories of consciousness. Several theorists have proposed that consciousness can be understood as an electromagnetic phenomenon.
Their theories differ in how they relate consciousness to electromagnetism. For example, electromagnetic field theories (or "EM field theories") of consciousness propose that consciousness results when a brain produces an electromagnetic field with features that meet certain criteria; Susan Pockett and Johnjoe McFadden have proposed EM field theories; William Uttal has criticized McFadden's and other field theories. Some electromagnetic theories are also quantum mind theories of consciousness; examples include quantum brain dynamics (QBD) approaches of Mari Jibu and Kunio Yasue and of Giuseppe Vitiello. In general, however, quantum mind theories other than these QBD approaches do not treat consciousness as an electromagnetic phenomenon.
Also related are E. Cemi theory McFadden thinks that the EM field could influence the brain in a number of ways. Transcendental Consciousness. Transcendental Consciousness Objectively Verified The existence of Transcendental Consciousness can be objectively verified—due to the profound connection between mind and body.
Changes in mental states are matched by changes in physiological functioning. Although scientists cannot tell what you are thinking about in the waking state, or envisioning in the dreaming state, they can clearly distinguish between the three major states of consciousness—waking, sleeping and dreaming. These three major states of consciousness can thus be identified by unique styles of physiological functioning—especially by particular combinations of metabolic rate and brain wave patterns. Online papers on consciousness. Search tips There are three kinds of search you can perform: All fields This mode searches for entries containing all the entered words in their title, author, date, comment field, or in any of many other fields showing on OPC pages.
Surname This mode searches for entries containing the text string you entered in their author field. Advanced. The Twelve Pathways To Higher Consciousness. Opening Your Third Eye. The Activation, Its Passive Usage Two exercises are given below: Mirror Watching A Single Person Watch your face in a mirror, with dimmed light.
Kensho. Unlocking the Mystery of Om. Om (also written Aum) is the oldest and most sacred sound found in yoga, Hinduism and Buddhism.
Not only does Om represent the entire universe, known as Brahman, it is also said to be the source of all creation. Om represents all time: past, present, and future; and is beyond time itself. Om represents the eternal oneness of all that is, and thus represents the ultimate goal of yoga: to become unified in body, mind and spirit. Chanting the mantra Om is perhaps the oldest of yoga’s spiritual practices. In the Mandukya Upanishad we find this beautiful passage: “The body is the bow, Om is an the arrow, the arrow’s tip is the focused mind, and the ultimate Mystery is the target.” Top 10 Paths to Spiritual Enlightenment. How to Fall into Spiritual Awakening. "The beautiful thing about a dogis he's never going to lie to you. If he's sad, he's going to tell you.If he's glad to see you,he's going to tell you. But there is somethinghidden unconsciouslyin the human conditionthat says what you areexperiencing is wrong.
And therefore try to change it,try to put something elseon top of it,try and control it and hide it before anyone sees it. It may boil downto social acceptance.Trying to fit in.Trying to project yourselfto be a certain wayin order to feel loved. And wanting to feel lovedis human nature.There is nothing wrong with it. Who Am I? Why think thus O men of pietyI have returned to sobrietyI am neither a Moslem nor a HinduI am not Christian, Zoroastrian, nor Jew I am neither of the West nor the EastNot of the ocean, nor an earthly beastI am neither a natural wonderNor from the stars yonder Neither flesh of dust, nor wind inspireNor water in veins, nor made of fireI am neither an earthly carpet, nor gems terrestrialNor am I confined to Creation, nor the Throne Celestial.
High Existence. The Simple Tao (Simple Taoism) The Way is to benefit others and not to injure. The Way is to act but not to compete.It does not show greatness and is therefore truly great. Be still like a mountain and flow like a great river Tao"the way", "the path". it is often represented by water because water always seeks the path of least resistance, yet is strong enough to demolish even stone when no other recourse is available. everything below flows from this.
Here are 10 guides to the Way.