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Recent research from the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig, Germany has revealed unsettling information regarding the nature of choice.* Professor John-Dylan Haynes and his colleagues requested a group of research participants to consciously decide to raise either their right or left hand, without actually doing so, while their brain activity was being monitored by fMRI (Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging). 367 more words
Sankalpa Mala Collection
Sankalpa is a Sanskrit word meaning a intention or idea formed in the mind or heart; thought, ideation, desire.
It took me many years to figure out this simple truth about setting meaningful and soulful intentions for my life. 331 more words
When you choose to enter into sacred relationships (be they with partners, friends or deeply knit family), you knowingly move into these alliances with the understanding that you will certainly have to put another person’s feelings, opinions or matters first. 429 more words