The Subject of classical conditioning is studied by every entry level psychology student, so it may be surprising to learn that the man who first noted this phenomenon was not a psychologist at all. Ivan Pavlov was a noted Russian physiologist who went on to win the 1904 Nobel Prize for his work studying digestive processes. It was while studying digestion in dogs that Pavlov noted an interesting occurrence – his canine subjects would begin to salivate whenever an assistant entered the room.
“BEYOND” is a short visual documentary about Varanasi in India featuring incredibly young and talented photographer Joey L. The spiritual essence of Varanasi city is strongly explored throughout the documentary as we are directly engaged with the people of this city, Varanasi is known as one of the main spiritual vortexes on Earth. This 43 minutes cinematic masterpiece is a gorgeous and well-made film, well worth your time.
It was in the year 1960’s and 1970s that the expression “mind over matter” became popular which was frequently applied when they have discussion about paranormal phenomenon such as psycho kinesis. It is the idea that when a person concentrates on something, like pushing a ball, he can control it with his mind without using any parts of his body to move the ball. It is all in the mind, and a person usually rejects the idea that there is this power of the mind. The human mind is a mystery yet to be fully discovered by man...
Arambol Beach is a perfect mix of Robinson Crusoe, Neverland, and New Age. By Evening on around 6.30pm, creatures of all shapes and sizes come out of the woodwork to enjoy high energy bash on the drums to celebrate the evening at Sunset Point with heart-throbbing drumbeats and mesmerizing dances.The official Arambol uniform is rasta braided hair, osho mala, ying-yang tattoo, silver earring and maroon trouser with crotch located somewhere about the knees. Arambol has a heartbeat and everyone is welcome.
In this Intense conversation between Jiddu Krishnamurti and Dr. Allan W. Anderson, Krishnamurti dig into Psychology of pleasure and Fear in Pleasure, as J Krishnamurti puts it, " Pleasure and fear seem to be deeply rooted in us - these two principles of pleasure and fear. I don't think we can understand pleasure without understanding fear. Like punishment and reward. If there was no punishment at all nobody would talk about reward."
A brain must have space. So what is space? Not only the space between here and there - space indicates 'without a centre'. If you have a centre, and you move away from the centre to the periphery, however long, wide the periphery is, it is still limited. This is Sixth Public Talk of J Krishnamurti in Madras, Talks from the series This Light in Oneself.
In This talks J. Krishnamurti discusses, is it possible to bring about a mutation in the very brain cells themselves conditioned for thousands of years? Either one says that it is not possible and closes the door or one says I really don't know. Addressing to large audiences at Brockwood Park on 27 August 1983, this was Krishnamurti's first talk in series The World of Peace.
Developed on 22-acre property set in rolling farmland between Hereford and Ross-on-Wye. England Vipassana center was opened in 1991, since then over 10,000 people from all walks of life have taken Vipassana retreats here. Dhamma Dipa is a peaceful location, perfectly suited for intensive and serious meditation. The center can accommodate about 130 students and courses are held throughout the year. Dhamma Dipa is owned and managed by Vipassana Trust, a registered educational charity.
Garra Rufa Fish have the skill of eating dry hard skin but does not eat or touch the healthy skin. The Garra Rufa Fish therapy has grown popular in the UK as well.Doctor fish is the name given to the species of fish Garra rufa, also known as nibble fish, kangal fish, PhysioFish, now popular as Spa Therapy are a natural form of exfoliation and relaxation treatment. These fish are grown in warm spas in Turkey, they live and breed in the pools of some Turkish river systems and hot springs.
Dhamma Dvara Vipassana centre is situated on a hilltop in the Saxonian city of Triebel, close to the northern Bavarian city of Hof and the Saxonian city of Plauen, 500 m above sea level, one can look out over the forests and meadows of the landscape called "Vogtland“. The peaceful location is ideally suited for serious meditation.