Brain Drain

on Monday, June 30, 2014


Psychologists have estimated that an average we have as many as 60,000 thoughts per day.More importantly ,95-98%  of these thoughts at physical brain level is releasing a shower of chemicals. Neuro scientists estimate that a human brain contains 100 billion neurons (billion=100crores).Each neuron has 1,000 connections.Each connections fires on an average of 200 times per second resulting in 20,000 trillion (1.Trillion=1 followed by 18 zero's) calculations per second And all this consumes lots of life energy. Even if we can reduce the number of thoughts by a small percentage,it can have a huge bearing on our life.Meditating or practicing silence for a few minutes every day gives you the power of that conserved energy.

-Mahatria Ra. 

My comments :

As said by Siddars and Sages of India, the lesser we breathe the more we live. We breathe more when we think more and we breathe less when we think less. So our thoughts are directly related to our life, that is why a tortoise lives longer life when compared to other living beings. Siddars prove that the state when there are no thoughts (called summa iru) is the state where we unite with god and that is the state where we forget our self. Hinduism is purely a science and accepts any god based on one's own wish. Finally Hinduism opens the doors for Self realization which is the ultimate goal of Man kind. Siddars and Sages have foretold the way to Self realize long before and I am happy that the western world is realizing  the truth behind it.

Darwinian vs. Lamarckian Genetics


Change your Belief and Rewrite the Chemistry of your Body
(this is a repost from Feb. 2014 which gives a scientific basis for my experience in the last article.)

A shift in consciousness creates a shift in biology. We are consciousness evolving back to Source. Charles Darwin, a great scientist and geneticist had proposed that all species evolve via a process of survival of the fittest. This process was also called natural selection. 

His contemporary, a scientist named Lamarck was widely ignored at the time. Lamarck had proposed an opposing theory - that humans evolve via traits and belief systems which are passed on to the offspring. According to Lamarckian genetics, a human being can aquire traits within a lifetime and pass them on to future generations.

One scientist who has become famous worldwide in recent times is, Dr. Bruce Lipton. He has reintroduced Lamarckian genetics to the world in recent years. As per the latest research, our biology and even our genetic makeup is a function of belief systems held and passed on over lifetimes. 

It appears that new research in genetics, called 'epigenetics', shows how genes can express themselves uniquely, or be activated or de-activated via surface proteins, depending upon our belief systems. Bruce Lipton is even reputed to be the rebirth of Lamarck in this time. It is true that souls continue their work from lifetime to lifetime, especially work which was left somehow incomplete.

In Sanskrit as per the ancient wisdom of India, limiting belief systems may be referred to as Sanskaras - shadows which we caste upon the light of our own soul. Limiting or erroneous belief systems cause illness, pain, and suffering. Soul coaching, therapy, hypnosis, and guided meditation are methods of unwinding these beliefs and returning back to our natural state of health and well being.

-Mana, Soul Coach ,Hypnotherapist, Shamanic Practitioner Pune

Heroes of the day !!

on Sunday, March 23, 2014

Remembering Raju Guru, Bhagat Singh and Sukhdev on their 82nd Death anniversary.

We salute them for our freedom today !!


I  strongly condemn Mr. Prashant Bhushan of AAP who mocks at these Martyrs as Terrorists !! 

What an irony, given how the same guys at AAP swear by the name of Bhagat Singh to pretend they're honest !

Is this man really a Indian Citizen or a Paid agent of some one ?

A Cute Puppy Dog

on Sunday, March 16, 2014

Today I was driving my bike to my office and as of sudden on the middle of the road , I saw a cute puppy dog which just died a few minutes back. On looking at the Puppy, I just found that it didn't die because of accident but died because of hunger :( and knowing this I just felt like crying. So,  I just dragged the puppy's body to a empty land, so that some one can bury it and also to avoid any further damage as the road  was always busy with cars and bikes.  



No one was ever caring about this puppy and every one was walking, driving as if they were so busy. What a SELFISH and SELF CENTERED world we are living in?.



A Real Hero!

on Saturday, March 15, 2014


Mark Twain wrote, “Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear -- not absence of fear.” Some kids show courage daily by persevering against disease, poverty, abuse and other negative influences. Other kids find themselves in circumstances where they must act courageously to save a life or make a difference in the lives of others. Stories of courageous kids can inspire your child.



 Om Prakash Yadav is 11 year old Child and a Class VII student from Uttar Pradesh. He is the son of a Uttar Pradesh farmer, who pulled out several of his friends alive out of a burning van, caring little about his own safety. He is one of the National Bravery Award Winner 2011. He is the winner of Sanjay Chopra Award for saving children out of a burning van.


He saved eight of his schoolmates from a burning bus. The scars on his face bear an account of his burned injuries but did not in the least curb his spirit and he seems ready to enact his heroism again in saving his friends.

On September 4, 2010, he was going to school along with other students in a Maruti van. But all of a sudden, the van caught fire because of a short circuit in the gas kit. The driver immediately opened his door and fled, fearing that the gas kit could explode any time. But not Yadav. He broke open the van door and pulled out the others, caring little about the flames that had spread to his face, back and arms. “I could feel fire burn my body but then I could hear the cries of my friends who were still caught inside the van. I threw my bag and entered to pull them out,” he says. We also asked if him would he put his life in danger once again if caught in a similar situation? 'Everytime,' he says.

Sources: Google

Mahasamadhi of Shri Paramahamsa Yogananda

on Friday, March 07, 2014

HAPPY MAHASAMDHI of Paramhansa Yogananda March 7, 1952 !!!

A disciple once asked Yogananda, "Sir, what can ever replace you, after you have gone?"

With the tenderest smile he answered her, "When I am gone, only love can take my place."

Summa Iru or Be Still

on Tuesday, February 25, 2014


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