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Simplified Physical Exercises

>> Friday, June 29, 2007

Neuro-muscular breathing exercises

  • Regulates the endocrine system and oxygenates the blood.
  • Ventilates the lungs fully, purifies the blood and increases vital energy.
  • Helps cure chronic headache, migraine, asthma, allergies and sinus conditions.

Eye Exercise

  • Helps correct and prevent defective eyesight by toning the muscles around the eyes.

  • Prevents strain and other eye ailments.


  • Clears the congestion in the nasal passage.
  • Helps to cure sinusitis.


  • Regulates the endocrine system.
  • Massages the abdominal organs gently – liver, spleen, intestines, kidneys, pancreas.
  • Reduces the excessive sugar in urine and blood
  • Reduces kidney stones.
  • Relieves menstrual discomfort.
  • Keeps the spine and spinal nerves flexible and healthy.
  • Strengthens the backbone and the spinal cord.
  • Removes unwanted flesh and strengthens the body.
  • Regulates the menstrual system.


  • Blockages due to short-circuit of electrical energy are removed.
  • A preventive for heart ailments.
  • Helpful in alleviating insomnia.


Refreshes and tones the sense organs, facial nerves and vital organs.


  • Removes tension and relaxes muscles all over the body.
  • Brings down blood pressure.
  • Removes recurrence of heart trouble.
  • Gives a wholesome rest to the entire system.


Kayakalpa Yoga

Restructuring the body in a natural way, Kaya Kalpa helps cure and prevent diseases. It relieves the practitioner of many of the troubles of aging.

Kayakalpa Yoga is an ancient wonderful technique of the Siddhas(saints) of South India for the enhancement of life energy.

In Sanskrit, the term "Kaya" means "body and "Kalpa" means "immortal". The Science of Kayakalpa delineates the manner in which the human body can be immortalised.

Kayakalpa has a three fold objective

  1. 1. Maintaining youthfulness and physical health,
  2. 2. Resisting and slowing down the aging process,
  3. 3. Postponing death until one reaches spiritual perfection.


  • Activates the brain cells to its fullest functional levels.
  • Increases memory power and grasping ability.
  • Develops the immunity system.
  • Reduces the effect of hereditary diseases.
  • Intensity of chronic diseases like piles, diabetes, asthma and skin diseases is reduced and cured.
  • Strengthens the uterus. Menstrual problems are reduced to a great extent.
  • Brings about proper arrangement of polarity of body cells.
  • Brings about reformation of character.
  • Helps in removing unwanted thoughts and habits.

Kayakalpa gives significant physical, mental as well as spiritual benefit by intensifying our life-force. As this practice is a restructuring process of the body in a natural way, no medicines or herbs are involved. Significant results have been observed in various types of chronic diseases and in overall improvement of general health. Kaya Kalpa helps cure and prevent diseases and relieves the practitioner of many of the troubles of aging.


  • The Kayakalpa can be learnt by those who have attained physical maturity (age above 14).
  • We need to spend only 3 minutes every morning and evening.
  • These exercises is taught in about 3 hours time by the SKY Professors.



Science and religion had drifted apart in the western world till Einstein said: ''Religion without science is blind and science without religion is lame.'' The gap between the two has been further reduced through the message of Vethathiri Maharishi. While Einstein moved science towards Vedic philosophy through his unified field approach, Maharishi has merged science and philosophy into a single system of jnana—the Brahma Jnana—which portrays how the primordial cause evolved into the present physical universe. The primordial cause—which Maharishi calls pure space, or Allah or Almighty Father or Brahman—is of both consciousness and energy, with an inherent quivering and a self-compressive surrounding force. Thus far, the concept of self-compressive surrounding force is missing in science, resulting in incompleteness of both.



>> Wednesday, June 20, 2007


All in Nature:

All in Nature: Nature is omnipotent and everlasting treasure for mankind. Land, water, air, sunlight, heat and the energy field are provided as natural gifts to support the survival, sensual enjoyment and realisation of Truth for mankind.


Need for Moralisation of Desire:

Need for Moralisation of Desire: Countless desires arise in us during our life-time but all of them are not fulfilled. In the result, we feel disappointed, frustrated and miserable. Why should this be so?
The main cause of misery is that mind travels fast and far and the physical body is not able to keep pace with it. The obvious solution is for the mind to get adjusted to the pace, necessity and welfare of the body. Absence of this co-operation between mind and body leads to most of the troubles in life. Therefore, the process of moralisation of desires is a must for all people who want to lead a qualitatively better, prosperous, healthy, and peaceful life.


Real Sacrificers:

Real Sacrificers: A plant comes from a seed. It grows and gives itself entirely to others. It does not differentiate between rich and poor people. In the same way labourers also work for others, whoever they may be. So plants and labourers are the real sacrificers. We came to this world without even a cloth. There is no need to accumulate excess wealth. We should always expand our minds and help others.


The Loss:

"The Loss: Material objects – worldly things – are coming to us continuously and also going away from us. This is in the nature and it is in reality no loss. But when a valuable thought or experience comes to us and we lose it – that indeed is a loss. How does a man go higher and higher in Consciousness? Only by holding, respecting and repeating again and again what he derived from that experience. If that experience where to be lost he would remain as he is, where he is."


Who owns whom?

We buy a piece of land but can we say we own it? Another person ploughs the land but it does not mean that he owns it. The truth here is, nobody can own the land; we all belong to the land; the land owns us rather. If we develop this feeling there won't be wars and problems in the world. But it will take some time to spread. Nobody has time nowadays to think and find solutions.


Global warming !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Global warming is the increase in the average temperature of the Earth's near-surface air and oceans in recent decades and its projected continuation.

Global average air temperature near the Earth's surface rose 0.74 ± 0.18 °C (1.3 ± 0.32 °F) during the past century. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) concludes, "most of the observed increase in globally averaged temperatures since the mid-20th century is very likely due to the observed increase in anthropogenic greenhouse gas concentrations,"[1] which leads to warming of the surface and lower atmosphere by increasing the greenhouse effect. Natural phenomena such as solar variation combined with volcanoes have probably had a small warming effect from pre-industrial times to 1950, but a small cooling effect since 1950.[2][3] These basic conclusions have been endorsed by at least 30 scientific societies and academies of science, including all of the national academies of science of the major industrialized countries. The American Association of Petroleum Geologists is the only scientific society that rejects these conclusions,[4][5] and a few individual scientists also disagree with parts of them.[6]

Climate models referenced by the IPCC project that global surface temperatures are likely to increase by 1.1 to 6.4 °C (2.0 to 11.5 °F) between 1990 and 2100.[1] The range of values reflects the use of differing scenarios of future greenhouse gas emissions and results of models with differences in climate sensitivity. Although most studies focus on the period up to 2100, warming and sea level rise are expected to continue for more than a millennium even if greenhouse gas levels are stabilized. [1] This reflects the large heat capacity of the oceans.

An increase in global temperatures can in turn cause other changes, including sea level rise, and changes in the amount and pattern of precipitation resulting in floods and drought[7]. There may also be changes in the frequency and intensity of extreme weather events, though it is difficult to connect specific events to global warming. Other effects may include changes in agricultural yields, glacier retreat, reduced summer streamflows, species extinctions and increases in the ranges of disease vectors.

Remaining scientific uncertainties include the exact degree of climate change expected in the future, and how changes will vary from region to region around the globe. There is ongoing political and public debate regarding what, if any, action should be taken to reduce or reverse future warming or to adapt to its expected consequences. Most national governments have signed and ratified the Kyoto Protocol aimed at combating greenhouse gas emissions.


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