Register to reply

Art of Living

by jobyts
Tags: living
Share this thread:
jobyts
#1
Jun12-09, 01:30 PM
P: 216
Someone posted the following in a mailing list on Art of Living yoga invitation message. Most of the audience of this mailing list are people highly educated and working in hi-tech jobs. Wonder how low we can stretch placebo to play people's mind.

---------------------
Yoga of Sound
Chanting allows all other senses to dissolve into one, and allows the mind to sink into itself. Chanting can be considered as the Yoga of sound.
Sanskrit chants in particular have a very profound effect on the consciousness.
Each Sanskrit letter has a sound, which relates to a specific subtle energy centre (chakra) in our subtle bodies. Sanskrit chanting activates subtle energy centres, which produce a soothing, purifying and energizing effect.
---------------------
Phys.Org News Partner Science news on Phys.org
Experts defend operational earthquake forecasting, counter critiques
EU urged to convert TV frequencies to mobile broadband
Sierra Nevada freshwater runoff could drop 26 percent by 2100
Astronuc
#2
Jun12-09, 04:18 PM
Admin
Astronuc's Avatar
P: 21,885
The OP reminds me of some recent spam.

Read each morning when your mind is most open to positive thoughts.
Cleansing Thoughts is a powerful tool using the principles of the “The Secret” to help you create the life you desire. Each kit includes 5 inspirational cards, step-by-step instructions and removable wall attachment—all tucked into a silky sheer drawstring bag! Regularly $15.95, now on sale for only $9.95!

Give someone the unique gift that can make a positive difference. “Cleansing Thoughts is a unique and thoughtful gift, even for those who have everything—anyone can benefit from a touch of daily inspiration.” —Jill



Register to reply

Related Discussions
Living with the Mek General Discussion 3
A Living Will General Discussion 12
Living For What? Academic Guidance 14
The living universe General Discussion 18
What differentiates the living from the non-living? General Discussion 28