Watch Dr. Bruce H. Lipton, Ph.D explain how our thoughts, whether they’re right or they’re wrong, are actually changing our biology. The Buddha said, “What we think, we become.” Epigenetics is now saying, “What you are thinking is translated into chemistry, which will determine what you will become.”
Only 1% of disease is due to genetic defects, while the remaining 99% is directly attributable to the environment and our nervous system’s perception of the environment. What it represents is this: the influences of our thoughts are translated into chemistry, which leads to inappropriate behavior and to what we call disease.
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Behold the microscopic jungle in and around you: tiny organisms living on your cheeks, under your sofa and in the soil in your backyard.
From Caravan of Dreams.
Caravan of Dreams distills the essence of Eastern thought in a feast of stories, sayings, poems and allegories, collected by one of the world’s leading experts in Oriental philosophy.
Idries Shah builds up a complete picture of a single consciousness, relating mythology to reality, illuminating historical patterns, and presenting philosophical legends in this unique anthology.
Its title is inspired from the couplet written by the Sufi mystic Bahaudin:
‘Here we are, all of us: in a dream-caravan,
A caravan, but a dream – a dream, but a caravan.
And we know which are the dreams.
Therein lies the hope.’
You can buy or read the book for free, here: http://idriesshahfoundation.org/books/caravan-of-dreams/
Educar não é podar inteligências. Moldá-las, tolher a criatividade, amoldar a voz interior de cada um.
Educar é fazer o outro mais preparado para ser, de fato, quem é.
Como pais ou educadores, a nossa função vai muito além de transmitir um conteúdo determinado. Ela engloba o desafio de aceitar o outro (mesmo pequenino infante ou adolescente) como ser individual e único que lapidará dentro de si, ao seu modo, o conteúdo que lhe for transmitido.