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Mission Weight Loss: Guide to Lose Weight Naturally

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Nada Yoga: Hearing the Cosmic Vibrations 

​Nada yoga is an ancient Indian metaphysical system. It is equally a philosophical system, a medicine, and a form of yoga. The system’s theoretical and practical aspects are based on the premise that the entire cosmos and all that exists in the cosmos, including human beings, consists of sound vibrations, called nada. This concept holds that it is the sound energy in motion rather than of matter and particles which form the building blocks of the cosmos.

Nada yoga is also a reverential way to approach and respond to sound. In this context, sound [and] music carry a spiritual weight more meaningful, respectively, than what sensory properties normally provide. Sound and music are considered to play a potential medium/intermediary role to achieve a deeper unity with both the outer and inner cosmos.

The Nada yoga system divides music into two categories: internal music, anahata, and external music, ahata. While the external music is conveyed to consciousness via sensory organs in the form of the ears, in which mechanical energy is converted to electrochemical energy and then transformed in the brain to sensations of sound, it is the anahata chakra, which is considered responsible for the reception of the internal music, but not in the way of a normal sensory organ.
The anahata concept refers to one’s own personal sound vibrations, which are thought to be so closely associated with one’s self and the Self that a person can not share their anahata with another human being. 
In other words, this inner sound is sacred and once reached will open the practitioner’s chakras, which ultimately will unite the body to the divine/cosmos.
With continued sounds, a focused mind and controlled breath, the individual can, according to nada yoga, “listen in on” their own anahata, their own “inner sound”, which can take up to nine different forms. Such a process of inner awareness and sensitivity leads to increased self-recollectedness and finally to awakening.

To concentrate on this inner sound as a support for meditation is very helpful to tame the mind, and when it has been clearly recognized, used for self-recollectedness in outer life as well. Eventually, it can be experienced as penetrating all matter and indeed vibrates eternally throughout the Creation.

Smoking is Injurious to Health

Smoking is Injurious to Health. Period.

Smoking has been and is a major stigma in today’s world among people of all age groups. Nearly every single person is found surrounded by that air of smoke around him/her. They find themselves attracted to it because it contains nicotine, which is highly addictive.

 

Why do People Smoke?

  • It is an Addiction:

    Smoking is an addiction

Nicotine is one of the most addictive substances on earth. Some doctors claim it’s more addictive than heroin and cocaine! Not only does it stimulate the brain, but it enters the bloodstream and calms the nerves. It keeps smokers coming back for more.

After smoking for years, the body gets used to the nicotine that flows through the blood. So, people tend to feel the urge for a cigarette that is a source of nicotine which can be provided to the body.

 

  • Social Integration:

    Smoking as a means of social integration

It is a social habit. When others around you are smoking, you practically feel like you should be doing the same. In a way, it’s a bonding activity that makes it easier to talk with others who are smoking. Many people consider themselves “social smokers”, but over time they will begin to smoke cigarettes outside of social events.

 

  • Experimentation:

As teens, the spirit of adventure and experiments flow deeply especially when something is forbidden. They would love to dare the consequences and feel good with it especially when not caught in the act. This relates to cigarettes too. Usually, parents do not allow their teens to smoke. Therefore, this becomes very attractive. It is exciting to get cigarettes and sneak away to smoke without being caught.

 

  • To Look Cool:

    Smoking to Look Cool

If their friends or peers smoke, they may feel pressured into doing the same to be accepted. Most of the teenagers think that smoking is ‘cool’ and a fun thing to do. One more reason to it is that if they have been in an environment where smokers have been there, for instance, their parents, they tend to get curious about that. As they grow up and become independent, they try smoking, which eventually leads to addiction.

 

  • To Feel Relaxed and Stress Buster:

    Smoking to Relax

This happens to mostly adults. They may have a lot of stress and pressures because of economic and personal problems. All these people may smoke to feel relaxed or to give them energy while going through a hard time.

Most of the working people smoke as they think that a puff of nicotine reduces their stress levels and makes them feel relieved. This happens as cigarettes create conditions that help the body to deal with anxiety, depression or stress.

 

  • They Love It:

    Love for Smoking

Finally, there are people who say they love to smoke. This act gives them pleasure. It just makes them feel good. It makes them feel someone else.

 

Why Not to Smoke?

We, at Health and Hale, believe that Health is Wealth. Smoking is an act that worsens our health. Various effects are as mentioned:

  • Causes Cancer:

    Smoking causes cancer

Experts agree that tobacco is the single biggest avoidable cause of cancer in the world. But cigarettes causes almost over a quarter (28 percent) of cancer deaths in the UK and nearly one in five cancer cases. And smoking doesn’t only cause cancer. It also causes tens of thousands of deaths each year in the UK from other conditions, including heart and lung problems.

 

  • Makes Victim of Various Diseases:

    Smoking makes you victim of Death

Cigarettes can cause fatal diseases such as pneumonia, emphysema and lung cancer.

Every day one thousand Americans quit smoking- By DYING!!

 

  • Reduces Brain Capacity:

    Smoking reduces brain capacity

Smoking affects the nervous system and reduces the neuron’s capacity of carrying information. It also slows down our reflexes and makes us lazy.

 

  • Effects Respiratory System:

    Smoking Affects Lungs

When you inhale smoke, you’re taking in substances that can damage your lungs. Over time, your lungs lose their ability to filter harmful chemicals. Coughing can’t clear out the toxins sufficiently, so these toxins get trapped in the lungs. Smokers have a higher risk of respiratory infections, colds, and flu.

 

  • Oral and Digestive Problem:

    Smoking affects digestive system

Tobacco use can cause gum inflammation (Gingivitis) or infection (Periodontitis). These problems can lead to tooth decay, tooth loss, and bad breath. Smoking also increases the risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, larynx, and oesophagus. Smokers have higher rates of kidney cancer and pancreatic cancer. Even cigar smokers who don’t inhale are at increased risk of mouth cancer.

 

  • Sexual and Reproductive Problems:

    Smoking affects Reproductive System

Restricted blood flow can affect a man’s ability to get an erection. Both men and women who smoke may have difficulty achieving orgasm and are at higher risk of infertility. Women who smoke may experience menopause at an earlier age than non-smoking women. Smoking increases a woman’s risk of cervical cancer. Smokers experience more complications of pregnancy, including miscarriage, problems with the placenta, and premature delivery.

 

Then How Can I Stop It?

 

  1. The Motivation Can Help You:

 

  • Quitting by age 40 and preferably earlier, avoids nearly all the risks.
  • After quitting within 12 hours carbon dioxide levels decrease and oxygen levels increase.
  • Within 3 months, heart attack risk drops and lung functions improve.
  • Within 1 year, the risk of sudden heart attack is cut in half and within 5 years risk of cancer of the mouth, throat, oesophagus and bladder is halved.

These statistics can be your motivation to quit smoking today!

 

  1. DELAY, AVOID, REPLACE

Details of the same are as followed:

  • DELAY: An urge to smoke lasts less than five minutes. Every time you feel an urge, find something else to do (preferably something you enjoy), and your urges will come less frequently. This is how you will succeed in deprogramming yourself.
  • AVOID: The idea is to avoid as much as you can. Keep yourself busy in other things and say “NO” if someone offers you a cigarette. Have faith in your will power and in your decision to avoid. Avoid negative thoughts and see your goals.
  • REPLACE: Replace your cigarette packets with something else. Something else that you are fond of (say, chewing gum). Look for other activity that gives you pleasure (Don’t mistake pleasure for happiness). Reward yourself on not smoking a cigarette for a period of time and at last, extend this period for infinite time.

 

  1. Life’s Vibrant Hues are Way Too Beautiful and Precious to be Distorted by the SMOKE of CIGARETTES!

 

Ultimately, the choice resides with you. You have to push yourself as no one else will do it for you. Your life is your own responsibility.

We strongly believe that we should Make Choices and Not Wishes!

 

Conclusion

 Smoking Conclusion

One important thing that we can conclude here is that Cigarettes are Killers that Travels in Packets. Smoking is like paying someone to kill you; they’re rich whereas you’re dead! Tobacco companies kill their best customers. Promise yourself not to be one.

 

Quit Smoking, not Life!

Accessing Pure Intelligence on the Path of Gnana Yoga

In modern times, the human mind is increasingly seen as a source of torment rather than wonder. Unfortunately, a source of magic has turned into a mess, a miraculous instrument into a misery-manufacturing machine.

 

How did the mind become a circus? Given that gnana yoga – the path of “knowing” – is considered to be a time-honored path to the divine, what went wrong? Is the mind no longer capable of leading us to our ultimate destination?

All human beings are capable of becoming the sole architects of their inner lives, if they knew how to use the mind. The problem is just that their mind is not taking instructions from them. Imagine a caveman punching a computer keyboard: the result would look like a series of obscenities! That sums up the way most people use their minds.

The Essence of Intellect

A gnana yogi begins by using his intellect, but soon realizes the limitations of this faculty. The function of the intellect is essentially to recycle data gathered from the outside world via the sense organs. In short, the intellect is pure information technology. It is a wonderful instrument, and absolutely vital for our survival. It has contributed immeasurably towards human culture and civilization.

However, the problem today is that the intellect has assumed a disproportionately important role. The essence of the intellect is to divide. So humanity has embarked on a journey of wholesale dissection. We have split everything, including the invisible atom.

 

We have forgotten that human logic is necessarily limited because it is based on fragmentary and inaccurate information from our sense organs. It is said that when the first European ships went to North America, the native tribes could see people coming towards them, but they could not see the ship. This was simply because they had never seen a ship before. Whether this story is true or apocryphal, it is a fact that if there is no past information about an object in your mind, you cannot even perceive it. It is not religion that tells us this, but modern neuroscience.

Approaching the Infinite

The gnana yogi begins to realize that when it comes to the mystical dimension, the intellect is of no consequence. He sees that however great the volume, the data gathered by the intellect will always remain finite. It is impossible to approach the infinite through the finite. And so, the gnana yogi learns to use the intellect the way a drunkard uses a lamp post – for support rather than illumination. He does not seek a PhD to validate the knowledge he has amassed. Instead, he understands that the intellect is an instrument of analysis, not perception. To perceive, another faculty is required.

 

At the same time, probably nowhere else in the world has the intellect been used with the devastating precision as it has in India. The Indian subcontinent has seen metaphysical logic at its ultimate. The sophisticated levels of Vedantin philosophizing can leave you dizzy and intoxicated. But gradually, true sadhakas realize all the heady excitement isn’t really getting them anywhere.

Pure Intelligence

Gradually, those on the gnana yoga path learn to access the deepest dimension of human intelligence, which connects them with the very basis of creation. This realm is known as chitta. They realize that if you soak your intellect in chitta – consciousness unsullied by memory – it can grow razor-sharp, turn into a miraculous tool of bliss and liberation, and deliver you effortlessly to the ultimate.
If you look at your body, you realize what an incredibly complex chemical factory it is. There is undeniably a profound intelligence managing this great chemical dance. But do you think you will ever be able to conduct this chemical dance intellectually? You cannot manage a single cell in your body that way!

 

The phenomenal dance of chemistry and neurons within the human system is conducted by none other than chitta or pure intelligence. And this pure intelligence is not different from what we refer to as God or the Creator. If you operate out of the straitjacket of logic, you just remain a clown in the circus of life. But when you operate from the unbounded dimension of chitta, you become a blissful participant in the life process. The mind is no more a circus. Now, life is nothing short of a dance – a superbly choreographed dance between you and the entire cosmos.