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    The Law of Karma

    “Karma” is a term in general use among the Hindus, and the Western believers in Reincarnation, the meaning of which is susceptible of various shades of definition and interpretation. It is most important to all students of the subject of Reincarnation, for it is the companion doctrine—the twin-truth—to the doctrine of Metempsychosis. Strictly speaking, “Karma” […]

  • PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT OF THE COMPLETE BREATH

    Physiological effect of the complete breath

    Scarcely too much can be said of the advantages attending the practice of the Complete Breath. And yet the student who has carefully read the foregoing pages should scarcely need to have pointed out to him such advantages. The practice of the Complete Breath will make any man or woman immune to Consumption and other […]

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    Four methods of respiration

    In the consideration of the question of respiration, we must begin by considering the mechanical arrangements whereby the respiratory movements are effected. The mechanics of respiration manifest through (1) the elastic movements of the lungs, and (2) the activities of the sides and bottom of the thoracic cavity in which the lungs are contained. The […]

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    Character building and the overcome of habit

    Character building is the greatest object in life. It has been said that character is the only thing we can take with us when we depart this life. This is perfectly true, therefore the object of all religion (not religiousness), mental training and development should be the building of character. A religion that does not […]

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    What is Reincarnation?

    By “Reincarnation” we mean the repeated incarnation, or embodiment in flesh, of the soul or immaterial part of man’s nature. The term “Metempsychosis” is frequently employed in the same sense, the definition of the latter term being: “The passage of the soul, as an immortal essence, at the death of the body, into another living […]

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    The use and mis-use of mental and spiritual powers

    The average individual knows nothing of mental forces, and, although he may suffer from the effects of unconscious wrong thinking, yet he is in no danger of making deliberate mis-use of the inner powers. One, however, who has learnt how to use these interior forces must be very careful to use them aright or he […]

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    Happiness and joy

    Deep down in every heart is an unquenchable desire for happiness. The advanced soul desires happiness just as much as the pleasure-seeking worldling, the difference between them is simply that the former, through knowledge and experience, does not search for happiness, knowing that it can never be found by direct seeking, but finds it through […]

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    Character Building and the Overcoming Of Habit

    Character Building and the Overcoming Of Habit

    Character building is the greatest object in life. It has been said that character is the only thing we can take with us when we depart this life. This is perfectly true, therefore the object of all religion (not religiousness), mental training and development should be the building of character. A religion that does not […]

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    Powers and limitations of the subconscious mind

    The sub-conscious mind is the mind of Nature. It possesses extraordinary powers and intelligence, but no inspiration. It is instinctive: it is animal: it is natural: but there is nothing god-like about it—it is of the earth and the physical plane. It can be described as the inner forces of Nature resident within our body. […]

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    The Yogi Complete Breath

    Yogi Complete Breathing includes all the good points of High Breathing, Mid Breathing and Low Breathing, with the objectionable features of each eliminated. It brings into play the entire respiratory apparatus, every part of the lungs, every air-cell, every respiratory muscle. The entire respiratory organism responds to this method of breathing, and the maximum amount […]

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    NOSTRIL-BREATHING VS MOUTH-BREATHING

    One of the first lessons in the Yogi Science of Breath, Is to learn how to breathe through the nostrils, and to overcome the common practice of mouth-breathing. The breathing mechanism of Man is so constructed that he may breathe either through the mouth or nasal tubes, but it is a matter of vital importance […]

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    WHAT IS HYPNOTISM?

    We have seen that so far the history of hypnotism has given us two manifestations, or methods, that of passes and playing upon the imagination in various ways, used by Mesmer, and that of physical means, such as looking at a bright object, used by Braid. Both of these methods are still in use, and […]

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    GAURINANDAN JI KI AARTI

    GAURINANDAN JI KI AARTI

     

    Om jai gauri nandan, prabhu jai gauri nandan |

    Ganpati vidhan nikandan, mangal nihispandhan ||

                                               Om jai gauri nandan………

     

  • How to make an Omlete

    HOW TO MAKE OMELET ?

    HOW TO MAKE OMELET ? Ingredients 1 egg 1 tablespoon hot water 1 salt spoon salt Few grains of pepper Method—Separate the white from the yoke of the egg and beat it until stiff. Beat the yolk until thick and add the hot water and salt. Fold the beaten white of the egg in and […]

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