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Chaining and Spiritual Liberation - part 2

Even in everyday life we can see that the ego is the cause of all evil. Ego and selfishness are the two sides of the same coin. Ego is where all imperfections originate. When the ego disappears, these imperfections disappear. Thus we can see that when one eliminates or dissolves his/her ego, there is peace, power, beauty, enlightenment and the joy of the Self that fills him/her, making him/her experience a state of fulfillment.

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An easy way to slow down aging

Benefits of cabbage consumption: "With vitamin A, it slows down external signs of aging"

Cabbage brings many health benefits, and can be eaten both raw and stewed or cooked. Rich in phytonutrients and vitamins, cabbage helps prevent disease by neutralizing free radicals. It is known for its anti-inflammatory effects, protection of the digestive tract and cardiovascular system.

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Did you know that meditation reduces pain?

A recent scientific study demonstrates that the praactice of meditation reduce the pain experienced by the patients, in a different way from the placebo effect. Other areas of the brain are activated when meditating.

Scientists at the Wake Forest Medical Center in North Carolina, USA, have found new evidence that meditation reduces pain more effectively and faster than the placebo effect, which improves the health of a patient without having to give medication or other treatment.

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Best way to start and end your day

How do you usually start your day? You get out of bed, check your phone and enter social networks to see what news has appeared overnight? Or do you wake up, hurry to organize yourself and your loved ones, to get everyone where they want to, and on time?

Regardless of the scenario that suits you - or you may be somewhere between them - there is a much better way to start your morning.

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The best hours for your health

Everything around us takes place in cycles: the days of the week, the months of the year, the seasons, the cycles of education and so on. Many spiritual traditions teach us that the exterior mirrors what it is within. This means that if there are external cycles, than there are as well internal cycles.

The work of our internal organs follows a rigorous program. Every other hour, another organ moves into a period when it can self-heal, regenerate, has its maximum of activity and, at the opposite end, it is most vulnerable to external actions.

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What makes you really happy?

Have you ever wondered what makes you really happy? The bank account? Good health? A lesser amount of clothes? Your child's success? Many people think they need some objects to be happy and that happiness will come when they reach their goals. The French poet Guillaume Apollinaire said, "From time to time, it's good to stop looking for happiness and simply be happy." Perhaps you should also take a break and reflect on the remarks below. It may change the way  you perceive happiness!

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What do I really need?

Winter holidays are here. And as always, we see the entire town adorned with lights and people are searching for the best present ever. In times like this I go deep inside myself and ask: “What do I really need?” The answer is actually never: a new dress, a more performing smartphone…

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Chaining and Spiritual Liberation - part 1

 The concept of spiritual liberation (MOKSHA) involves two aspects. First, there is an "I", a soul that reaches MOKSHA, and secondly, this soul or "me" is chained because only a being that is chained can become free. Thus, MOKSHA involves chaining. Holistic tradition accepts the existence of an individuality, an "ego" as the one who knows (JNATA) and the one who acts (KARTA). This "me" is chained and therefore is not capable of enjoying its true nature. Therefore, before understanding what MOKSHA – Liberation - is, it is necessary to know the nature of the chaining.

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The human brain is connected to the Universe

Experts say that, most events, phenomena, manifestations subject to parapsychology and "mysteries of the human being" can be evaluated and researched by taking into account the leptonic field and the magnetic field of the brain. The leptonic field was localized to humans, and it was located along the spine. What's more, it has been discovered that each vertebra contains a leptonic generator, which has a conical spiral shape.

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