Thursday, November 26, 2015
Wednesday, November 25, 2015
Mida tähendab sinu jaoks teadlikkus? Mis on teadlikkuse võti?Olla teadlik igast hetkest ja selles toimuvast. Olla siin ja praegu. Näha paralleelselt suurt ja väikest pilti. Olla mitte mõjutatud oma tunnatest ja mõtetest. Ühesõnaga, olla vaba.
Reet Aus / Alkeemia
Näha paralleelselt suurt ja väikest pilti... - mõnikord see õnnestub, mõnikord mitte.
Aga vajadust selle järele, selle olulisust, tunnen minagi.
Kui mehed on loomult need, kes loovad materiaalset maailma, kiirgavad jõudu ja stabiilsust, siis meie, naised, oleme olemuselt mittemateriaalse loojad - me loome meeleolu ja õhustikku, kodutunnet ja ilu. Armastuse energia on midagi, mis on just naistele loomuomaselt kättesaadav. Et see energia saaks meis vabalt voolata, vajab iga naine aega iseendale. See on püha aeg, mis võimaldab meil töötada läbi oma kogemusi ja laadida end uue energiaga. Oleme naistena justkui põhjatu hoolivuse ja armastuse kaevud, millest soovivad vett ammutada nii meie mehed, lapsed, sõbrad kui ka kolleegid. Meile on õpetatud, et peame kõigi nende jaoks olemas olema.
Psühholoog Helena Väljaste / Alkeemia.ee
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
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Elektriline impulss liigub mööda aksonit nii, et pos ja neg keemiline ühend (naatrium ja kaalium olid vist) vahetavad oma koha ahelas, mistõttu vahetuvad kohe ka järgmised...
Ja mina mõtlesin, et närviimpulss liigub umbes nagu veri veresoones :D
Laughing Makes You Smarter. It’s true that laughing like a hyena can make your brain work better. This simple act stimulates both right and left hemispheres of the brain igniting creativity. It opens the mind (and therefore the heart0 to new ideas and experiences. It also makes us better at problem-solving allows us to be more efficient at daily tasks. Sure beats writing a million to-do lists. In one study participants who simply watched a comedy performed better on a test where they had to answer some questions right after engaging in a little hilarity. They scored 25% better than those who hadn’t just watched mirth-making on film. They even scored better than those who did light exercise right before taking the same test questions. Apparently comedy is mental exercise.
The Mind Unleashed / 10 Reasons Why You Should Laugh Today / Christina Sarich
Saturday, November 7, 2015
Pause between actions
When something happens such as you hear the buzz of your phone you need not rush to it. Instead try mindfully observing the pauses between tasks. When your nose itches observe the itch, observe the desire to scratch the itch. Such a silly thing desire is. It is neither bad nor good, it just is. How curious.
Use these pauses to slow down, recenter, mindfully and consciously move from task to task instead of getting whisked away by the business of life. Pausing can take but a second. No one needs to notice that you are doing it. Just breathe and observe why you are about to do that next thing.
This practice specifically will help you to think before you react, breathe before you speak, and recenter before you act. This can be priceless when dealing with difficult situations.
Even if the present moment is uncomfortable I have found that the quickest way to find peace is to fully accept it and be present with it.
Similarly, in Vedic philosophy, "I am," signifies individual consciousness and "that" signifies universal consciousness. Put together, the phrase expresses that we are one identity, one people, one that (Sherin Bual).SIIT.
The mantra is sometimes claimed to originate with the Isha Upanishad (verse 16), which ends:
yat te rūpaṃ kalyāṇatamaṃ tat te paśyāmi yo 'sāv [asau puruṣaḥ] so 'hamasmi"The light which is thy fairest form, I see it. I am [that] what He is (viz. the person in the sun)"
(Sanskrit Kṣitigarbha, Chinese: 地藏; pinyin: Dìzàng; Japanese: 地蔵) is a bodhisattva primarily revered in East Asian Buddhism and usually depicted as a Buddhist monk. His name may be translated as "Earth Treasury", "Earth Store", "Earth Matrix", or "Earth Womb". Ksitigarbha is known for his vow to take responsibility for the instruction of all beings in the six worlds between the death of Gautama Buddha and the rise of Maitreya, as well as his vow not to achieve Buddhahood until all hells are emptied. He is therefore often regarded as the bodhisattva of hell-beings, as well as the guardian of children and patron deity of deceased children and aborted fetuses in Japanese culture, where he is known as Jizō or Ojizō-sama.
Pilt: Pinterest; tekst: Wikipedia
Pilt: Pinterest; tekst: Wikipedia
Friday, November 6, 2015
Truly great spiritual teachers never practiced religion, they practiced love, and sought universal truth. They practiced deep meditative introspection and discovered knowledge of the universe and the secrets of the soul within them. And as a result of this they discovered the path to enlightenment and god-realization.
The Mind Unleashed / Brandon West