One strand of DNA from one single cell contains enough information to clone an entire organism. Obviously, understanding DNA allows us to understand much about life and the universe around us. A deeper understanding of the new science discovery tell us that DNA beings not as a molecule, but as a wave form. Even more interestingly, this wave form exists as a pattern within the structure of time and space and is coded throughout the entire universe.
We are surrounded by pulsating waves of invisible genetic information, whose waves create microscopic gravitational forces that pull in atoms and molecules from their surrounding environment to construct DNA.
One scientist who caught these microgravitational forces in their action is Dr. Sergey Leikin. In 2008, Leikin put different types of DNA in regular salt water and marked each type with a different fluorescent color. The DNA molecules were then scattered throughout the water.
In the experiment’s major surprise, matching DNA molecules were found pairing together. After a short time, entire clusters of the same colored DNA molecules had formed. Leikin believes some sort of electromagnetic charge allowed the same colored molecules to cluster.
However, other experiments show that this is not the case. That it is most likely to be gravity. Let us explain. In 2011, Nobel Prize winner Dr. Luc Montagnier demonstrated that DNA can be spontaneously formed out of merely hydrogen and oxygen. He started out with a hermetically sealed tube of pure sterilized water and then placed another sealed tube next to it, which had small amounts of DNA floating in water. Montagnier then electrified both tubes with a weak, 7 hertz electromagnetic field and waited. 18 hours later, little pieces of DNA had grown in the original tube, which consisted of only pure sterilized water.
This new science tells us that the universe is constantly aspiring to make biological life, whenever and wherever it can. In any given area of the universe, these hidden microgravitational waves will begin gathering atoms and molecules together to create DNA, and thus, life. Another phenomenal discovery was made when Dr. Fritz-Albert Popp caught DNA in the act of pulling in photons (tiny packets of energy that make up visible light). The new science reveals that photons are essential to the basic health and function of DNA and are apparently used to send and receive information throughout the body. He found that each DNA molecule stores up to 1,000 photons within itself, similar to that of a tiny fiber-optic cable. The photons shoot back and forth at the speed of light inside the molecule and are stored until they need to be used.
In 1984, Russian scientist Dr. Peter Gariaev discovered that when a DNA molecule was placed inside a small quartz container, it naturally absorbed every photon in the room. A stunning analogy of this would be that of a single person standing in a large sports stadium and having every photon in the stadium somehow bending directly to that person, leaving that person’s body literally glowing with light, while the rest of the stadium goes completely dark. In conventional science, the only force that can bend light is gravity and it is done only around a black hole.
Thus, it appears DNA is generating a microgravitational effect that attracts and captures light. Looking back to the first experiment mentioned in this article by Dr. Leikin, we see that it is indeed likely not an electrical charge that forced or allowed the same DNA molecules to attract to one other, but is likely due to gravity, as electrical charges have never been able to bend light as it moves through space. The most amazing part of Dr. Gariaev’s experiment came when he thought it was over. He had pulled out the DNA from the quartz container and looked back into the container only to find that photons were still spiraling in the exact same place where the DNA had been.
Apparently, some sort of gravitational influence was holding photons right where the DNA had been. This later became called the “DNA phantom effect”. Thus, DNA is creating an energetic force that absorbs photons and pulls them right into the molecule, but the DNA itself isn’t even needed. It is some invisible force, or some wave, that attracts and holds the light (photons) there all by itself. Dr. Gariaev found that he could “blast” the phantom with supercold liquid nitrogen gas and the photons would all escape from the force field.
Within 5 to 8 minutes though, new photons would be captured and the entire phantom would reappear. He could keep doing this as much as he wanted, but new photons would keep appearing. In fact, it was only after doing this for 30 days straight that the photons finally did not reappear. Certainly, this last experiment was done over 30 years ago, and yet, the significance of it has yet to be truly felt. The first two experiments are still relatively young and have also yet to be fully appreciated. Clearly though, our view of the universe and life itself is changing as these concepts are understood by more people each day.
“EINSTEIN STOP TELLING GOD WHAT TO DO NEXT”
“Live so that put downs and praise you receive are equally uplifting — and are equally proof that you are meeting your life’s purpose.” — Laura Teresa Marquez
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It’s possible to parent your kids a little too carefully.
Every good parent wants to be active in their children’s lives and set them up for future success. However, there’s a fine line between sticking to appropriate boundaries, making constructive suggestions, and over-parenting your child. Stifling kids with too many rules and expectations can lower their confidence and creativity. Here are seven things you must give up to ensure that your children grow up healthy, happy, and free to be themselves rather than tire themselves mentally and physically trying to live up to the expectations you place upon them.
1. Give up telling them what to do.
Of course children need to be given guidance as they learn more about the world around them, but this does not mean that they need to be told what to do in every aspect of their lives! Instead, ask them about the actions they have chosen for themselves. Bombarding your children with unnecessary instructions as to how they should live their lives will trigger resentment and hinder their creativity because you will be doing all their thinking for them!
This advice applies from the games they want to play and the clothes they want to wear right up to the career path they wish to pursue. Research published in the journal ‘Sociological Spectrum’ suggests that children given more freedom by their parents are less likely to fall victim to anxiety, depression or feelings of failure in their college years compared with those who are closely monitored or subject to ‘helicopter parenting.’
2. Give up your unrealistic expectations.
Remember that children are human beings, and that no human being is perfect. It is immensely stressful for a child to believe that they have to be “the best” at something (or even everything!) in order to considered a worthwhile person. We all have our own individual strengths and weaknesses. Communicate to your child, both explicitly and implicitly, that you appreciate their own unique mix of talents.
3. Give up over-protection.
If you are the kind of person who tends to worry about every possible outcome or potential disaster, take care not to let this attitude be reflected in your parenting. Children need to be granted the freedom to have new experiences and to make their own mistakes. If you hold your child back from new opportunities or activities on the off-chance that they will be dangerous, your child will learn that the world is an unsafe place. As a result, they will be less likely to take positive risks in the future.
4. Give up making decisions for them.
An important skill for all successful adults to learn is how to make healthy decisions. This ability needs to be developed in childhood. Give your child help in making life choices, such as choosing a hobby or major in college, but know that ultimately you need to make it clear that they should be the ones in charge of their own decision-making. Do not attempt to tell them how to build a CV or map out their life path for them as this can have damaging consequences. Researcher Bill Deresiewicz’s 2014 book, “Excellent Sheep,” makes a convincing argument that academic over-involvement increases a child’s risk of depression, anxiety and fear of failure later in life.
5. Give up blaming them for their mistakes.
Everybody makes mistakes, and this includes your child. Unless a particular mistake is the result of an obviously unwise decision, try not to blame your child more than is necessary when they make an error. Mistakes are often a valuable means of acquiring new knowledge. Sit down with your child and talk about how they can learn from their mistake and make better choices next time.
6. Give up praising their intelligence.
When children are praised for their efforts rather than their intelligence, they feel more inclined to push themselves harder in the future. Praising a child for their intelligence gives the impression that you are praising them for a fixed characteristic, which in turn does nothing to spur them on to greater self-improvement.
7. Give up setting so many family rules.
Some family rules are a necessity. After all, children do require some boundaries and need to be taught right from wrong. However, an overly rigid family setup can cause a child needless anxiety if it means they live in constant fear of breaking a rule. In addition, it can also stifle their creativity if they feel as though they are merely a cog in the family machine that has to behave in the same manner at all times. Research carried out by psychologists at the University of Colorado-Boulder have uncovered links between a highly-structured childhood and a lack of decision-making ability. Prepare to change or get rid of family rules if they have no obvious benefit.
It can take time to shift your thinking and approach, especially if you were raised by over-protective or over-involved parents. Remember that in general, psychological research supports a careful but liberal parenting style as the best way of encouraging your children to really excel in life and also to feel happy in themselves. Enjoy your children for who they are, and endeavor to demonstrate your love for them on a daily basis.
This is a beautiful story as well as a lesson worth learning. The story starts when a little boy tries to find out why his mother, and all women, cry. It gave me quite a lot to feel, as well as to think about. I am sorry mama I made you cry so many times and had to face so many difficulties.
“There are some mothers who feed the baby only when it starts crying. The more considerate and loving type of mother knows when the baby is hungry; she need not be called to its side by a loud wail. This Sai Matha is that type of mother. I have come because I felt I had to come; I resolved upon this. There is no need now for tears or despair, either among the repositories of the Vedic wisdom or among the good who suffer from the cruel winds of adharma. This campaign will succeed; it will not fail. The welfare of the world will be ensured through the fostering of the godly everywhere, and more particularly of these reservoirs of the ancient wisdom of this land.”
“Give the world only secondary importance; the primary place should be reserved for loosening its coils. The Jagadjanani (Mother of the Universe) will hurry towards you and caress you only when you cast off the dolls and cry. Yearn from the very depths of the heart, yearn with your whole being. Leave no sesham (balance) of attachment in the mind; then only can you get the grace of Sesha-saayee —He who reclines on the Supernal Psychic Serpent.”
As said by Sathya Sai Baba
One day Lord Buddha called his disciples and told them the following story its about how to let go the mind….
A beautiful little story about what it really takes to attain true peace of mind. This story seems simple at first, but provokes thought and contemplation with its enlightening message.
image courtesy babamail.com
PART ONE THE 50 RUPEE NOTE
I have been blessed by Sri Sathya Sai Baba to be a part of his mission, though i was initiated into his on 19-07-1973 which happens to be my birthday which falls on Thursday a day that is loved by Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
Thursday is an auspicious day to worship our Guru, on this day the Guru can be pleased easily and he accepts the prayer of those who wholeheartedly surrender their thoughts words and deeds.
He gave me the opportunity to be near Him from 1986- 2011, he allowed me to observe, study and understand Him from close quarters.
He gave me the opportunity to be a part of his organisation (Sri Sathya Sai Central Trust and Allied Institutions) that directly carry forth His Message of Love and Service.
During this time I committed 5 mistakes for which I have not forgiven myself till this date as it not only harmed my personal reputation and that of my family but also of that of the organisation that I have studied and worked but also brought a bad name to the founder of the organisation, namely Sri Sathya Sai Baba.
It was during one of those Trayee Brindavan sessions one fine day Bhagawan brought an envelope containing a bundle of 50 rupees notes. I was sitting in the second or third row, Swami said if I give this 50 rupee notes now. in course of time you will all become millionaires. Bhagawan looked at everybody for sometime and suddenly got up and started handing down notes to selected students. After some time he had only one note left and he came and stood in front of me. I did not notice him as I kept both my hands on his feet. He kept waving a 50 rupee note in front of my eyes which I did not notice, then a student who was sitting by my side alerted me. But I still did not take the note from His hand. After some time, the Satan must have entered my mind and I pulled the note from Swami’s hand, I didn’t know whether it was for me or not. That night I felt guilty. I couldn’t sleep at all. The first thing after I got up in the morning, I sat in the front of the altar and cried bitterly asking for forgiveness. I wrote a letter to Swami to forgive me for my shortcoming. Incidentally, I got the first line and sat directly under Swami’s feet. I was holding the letter. Swami saw but didn’t respond. Finally, just before the session got over He took the letter and and read the contents (I had written :Dearest Bhagawan, I am very sorry. I should have held on to your feet but something happened and I took the note from your hand. When I have the Creator of this Universe in front of me, I ran after His creation). He took the 50 rupee note that was kept in the letter, with stern face He handed back the letter and the 50 rupees note. But I refused to take it back. Finally with a smiling face, He said : You can have both, I was only testing you.
One of the finest moments with Sri Sathya Sai In Trayee Brindavan
Later I joined His organisation, they used to give me a descent salary. My mother, being a devoted person, didn’t want me to spend the money given by Bhagawan. Instead, she asked me keep all the salary given by Bhagawan in fixed deposits and she asked my father to give me double the salary given by the organisation as my pocket money. She used to get all my clothes stitched and sent by courier. A part of that money, I invested in mutual funds and forgot about it. When I had to leave Puttaparthi, I forgot to take many things with me because my mind was totally disturbed and blank.
Then, one fine day we had Bhajans at my place. After the Bhajans were over, a person was waiting in front of my house asking for details of the person mentioned in the letter he held with him. He had been searching for nearly an hour but was unsuccessful. He then approaches me. When I look at the letter, I tell him its me. Then he comes with all the documents and asks me to redeem the mutual funds and suggests me to invest in some good funds. This gentleman had come newly as the manager of Way2Wealth financial services. His first duty was to find people who had used their services but had not claimed their money. The investment I had made in 1997 had grown by 500%. in 2017. I withdrew the money and a gentleman from another financial investment firm suggests to me to keep the amount in Fixed Term Insurance plans and that amount will grow by another 400 % by the end of 7 years and that the income will be tax-free.
I thanked God for remembering me and keeping his promise.
“Being deeply Loved by someone gives you Strength;
Loving someone deeply gives you Courage.”
A few days ago I came across this quote, reading it I was reminded of an incident that occurred a few months back .
It was a fine afternoon, a few clouds were hanging lazily above, cool and gentle breeze was blowing from the mountain side on that sunny day, as the breeze gently caressed my cheeks, a few lines from a poem written by Swami to his Students which I read long ago came as a flash “When on a sultry night everything is hot and still, the first cool breeze brushes your cheeks , I am caressing you think of Me” such a nice feeling it was.
I was on my way home to have lunch when I saw an old gentleman sitting on the bench. He was working in the same office, as a matter of courtesy I asked him how everything was going on, to which no reply was given. I saw him holding his right shoulder; he seemed to be in some sort of pain. So I gently massaged his shoulder, after some time his facial expression returned to normalcy, I realized that he must be fine and stopped.
He was carrying a book which was almost in tatters, i casually asked him as to what he liked most about the book. The old man having experienced life’s ups and downs was happy with the interest I had shown and asked me sit down next to him for a few minutes so that he could share his some wisdom from that book. ( I don’t recollect the name of the book, but he said it was written by his Master/Guru who used to live in the Himalayas somewhere near the Nara Narayan Gufa ashram) .
He began his small talk with the following statement “Does God Love Good Men”. I replied in affirmative for I thought it was so. He said he too had posed this question to his Guru when he had got an opportunity to meet him, to which his Guru went on to narrate a story from the Mahabharata .
His guru counter posed the question back to him as to why Krishna loved Arjuna more than he loved Yudhistira? For which the old man could not reply. Then his guru explained that Though GOD comes as an Avatar on this earth to destroy the evil / bad and establish the Dharma thereby making men follow Good life. God actually loves people who totally surrender to Him. The reason why Krishna loved Arjuna more than anyone else was that He(Arjuna) was ready to obey the command of the Lord without even worrying about the consequences of the actions. Whereas Yudhistira when asked by Krishna to tell a lie w.r.t (Ashwattama Hatha kunjaraha) was first unwilling to follow the command saying that it was (unethical / not fair/ against the rules of the game) but later consented to do so for reasons unknown (which only goes to show that he had placed the virtues above God himself, I think!!! ). Even though Krishna might have appreciated Yudhistira for his goodness but his friendship and love was directed more towards Arjuna .
One more incident from Mahabharata that goes to show how much faith Arjuna had towards Krishna. Once both of them go for an evening stroll along the banks of a river when suddenly Krishna stops Arjuna and tells him that there is crow on top the tree for which Arjuna replies in affirmative. Then Krishna tells him no it is not a crow but an pigeon to which Arjuna replies in affirmative it goes on like this for sometime and Krishna chides Arjuna as to whether he is blind, or was he incapable of not knowing the difference between a crow and a pigeon etc. The reply given by Arjuna was “Lord it is not that I cannot differentiate between a pigeon and a crow, but when you say something I fully believe because, You have the power to change anything at Your will, I place my belief in Your Words rather that in my own senses”. Krishna was so immensely pleased with the answer given by Arjuna. That is why probably He becomes the charioteer of Arjuna during the Kurukshetra war when there were probably more deserving candidates than Arjuna, I thought…….
He went on to narrate one more story from the Mahabharata showing How much Krishna loved Arjuna. The Battle of Kurukshetra turned out to be a nightmare for Arjuna, his stomach churned at the thought of fighting his own blood relatives with whom he had grown, and the elders from whom he had learnt much of the earthly skills and wisdom. Arjuna becomes dejected before the war, Krishna gives him courage and strength through the celestial poem the “Bhagavad Gita”. The incident as narrated by the old man was that Arjuna begins to cry and says “lord I have no problem fighting the war, but what if I die during the course of the war”. Krishna assures Arjuna and says “don’t worry Arjuna in case you were to die in the war then I will myself put you on my lap and enter the fire pyre, be assured of my promise.” I am not sure whether this incident which he narrated is there in any book since I have not come across this story so far but such story only goes on to demonstrate how much Krishna loved Arjuna.
The stories were very touching; The meeting was an eye opener for me. A Tear rolled down my cheek on hearing such wonderful story of the Lord. The relation between the Lord and his Devotees and the love for one another only proves why God still loves His creation in spite of where it is heading to.
Probably what message was trying to be conveyed to me was that being good may not be enough to earn God’s Love but what is more important is that one must develop “Total Faith and Confidence in HIM and his words”.
A few days later:
A few days later I had been to the library to pick up a few books when my eyes fell upon a book with an unusual name “JESUS CEO” I was curious and picked the book without even going through the contents. Later as I was reading the book I came across a paragraph which reads thus “No relationship can survive when one or both parties start treating each other casually and stop troubling themselves on the behalf of others.-(Jesus troubled himself on behalf of GOD). I believe that God yearns to have an intense relationship with each one of us. If we have become people of mediocrity that means that we have stopped troubling ourselves on behalf of God”.
“Thinking” is not my cup of tea I should say, but this particular incident has made to stop and start thinking.
It is not always possible for us humans to have God as a Human Friend like Krishna & Arjuna. It is also not possible for God to have one to one relationship with everyone as He had with Arjuna, so the question is …?
Is God trying to teach man what True Friendship means……….. or
Is that man can attain God’s love by developing such a kind of friendship?
By Patrick Banks and endorsed by B vinay kumar
(Patrick Banks is a dating coach passionate about healthy lifestyle. He believes that satisfying the needs of your body and mind brings you happiness.
I’ve( refers to patrick banks) been helping men improve their love lives for years now. I’ve probably read dozens of articles on what women find attractive in men. I’ve even written a few of them. The funny thing is, I rarely come across articles that touch on what men find attractive in a woman. Is the modern dating game so lopsided that it’s enough for a woman to just ‘show up’, or do we men stumble merely at the sight of a nice head of hair and a shapely body?
I won’t deny the fact that this is true for a lot of men out there, but there’s a little more needed to really attract a man who isn’t impressed with mere ‘good looks’?
Now, I can’t speak for the entire population here, but here are eight things that I, personally, find incredibly attractive in a woman.
- 1. Kindness
This might sound like a bit of a cliché, but true kindness really is rare these days. Sure, you get people who are nice to those who hold some sort of value to them, but how many people do you meet every day that would go and talk to the lone stranger crying in the subway? I don’t want to be with a person that’s just nice to me, my friends, and my family. I want a person who can brighten up my day by brightening up the lives of everyone she comes in contact with.
You have a power to lighten someone’s day just by smiling to them. It’s worth using it often, also to become more attractive in men’s eyes. Studies from the University of British Columbia show that men are attracted to smiling women. A natural smile conveys messages like optimism and stability, which are definitely qualities desired in a mate.
2. Positivity and sense of humor
“It’s not selfish to love yourself, take care of yourself, and to make your happiness a priority.”
One of the most important things in any relationship, romantic or otherwise, is the ability to have a great time and have a good laugh. Taking care of your emotional hygiene and good mood should be your priority. Only then you can take life positive, light, and with a fair dose of humor. While I never hold any significant other to a comic standard of say, Ellen Degeneres, I do love a woman who can live life one day at a time, take a joke, and crack a few of her own.
This might sound like a tall ask to some, but I’m a person who needs to be inspired constantly to be happy. To me, there’s no feeling in this world as attractive as being inspired by a woman who’s passionate about her pursuits in life.
You could be a world class pianist or you could be doctor, the minute I see your eyes light up while talking about what you want to achieve in life, I guarantee you I’ll be falling hard and fast. You cannot get bored together, because there is always a topic to talk about with a girl who is passionate about something.
4. Getting along with my friends
A friend once told me an old Chinese saying of a man that has a wife who gets along with his friends will have a long and pleasant life. Well, I have a feeling that my friend might be lying about there being an actual saying; however, I have to say that it really is a beautiful thing to be with a woman who can get along with your buddies and just be ‘one of the guys’ when she wants to.
“Nothing is more beautiful than a confident woman who doesn’t pretend to be someone she’s not.”
I don’t know about you, but I like being around people who are happy to be themselves. You see, it’s not just women who respond powerfully to a confident partner, I love being with a woman who stands up for herself and what she believes in; as long as it’s not an opinion against my sports team or favorite band. Ha! Just kidding. I would never date a girl who didn’t love Iron Maiden.
“A girl should be two things: who & what she wants.”
One of my biggest pet peeves is people who don’t know what they want and can’t take responsibility for their own decisions. At the end of the day, I’m willing to battle through a few arguments on where we should have dinner or which movie we should watch, as long as I know that I’m with a person who’s strong enough to be decisive.
7. She has her own sense of style
Here’s the thing: we men are very much visual creatures. It’s just how we’re evolutionary programmed. Something that I absolutely love in a woman is a unique sense of style. I’ll admit that I tend to gravitate towards certain stereotypes – bohemian Goth with a fair share of body ink (in case you’re wondering). I fall in love whenever I see a woman who has a sense of style that I don’t get to see on every street corner.
I agree on this and it is endorsed by none other than bhagawan shirdi sai baba. excerpts from Shirdi Sai SatCharita Chapter XLIX
When Nanasaheb was once sitting in the Masjid with Mhalasapati and others, a Mahomedan gentlemen from Bijapur came with his family to see Baba. Seeing gosha (veiled) ladies with him, Nanasaheb wanted to go away, but Baba prevented him from doing so. The ladies came and took the darshan of Baba. When one of the ladies removed her veil in saluting Baba’s feet and then resumed it again, Nanasaheb, who saw her face, was so much smitten with her rare beauty that he wished to see her face again. Knowing Nana’s restlessness of mind, Baba spoke to him after the lady had left the place as follows – “Nana, why are you getting agitated in vain? Let the senses do their allotted work, or duty, we should not meddle with their work. God has created this beautiful world and it is our duty to appreciate its beauty. The mind will get steady and calm slowly and gradually. When the front door was open, why go by the back one? When the heart is pure, there is no difficulty, whatsoever. Why should one be afraid of any one if there be no evil thought in us? The eyes may do their work, why should you feel shy and tottering?”
Shama was there and he could not follow the meaning of what Baba said. So he asked Nana about this on their way home. Nana told him about his restlessness at the sight of the beautiful lady, how Baba knew it and advised him about it. Nana explained Baba’s meaning as follows – “That our mind is fickle by nature, it should not be allowed to get wild. The senses may get restless, the body, however, should be held in check and not allowed to be impatient. Senses run after objects, but we should not follow them and crave for their objects. By slow and gradual practice retlessness can be conquered. We should not be swayed by the senses, but they cannot be completely controlled. We should curb them rightly and properly according to the need of the occasion. Beauty is the subject of sight; we should fearlessly look at the beauty of objects. There is no room for shyness or fear. Only we should never entertain evil thoughts. Making the mind desireless, observe God’s works of beauty. In this way the senses will be easily and naturally controlled and even in enjoying objects you will be reminded of God. If the outer senses are not held in check and if the mind be allowed to run after objects and be attached to them, our cycle of births and deaths will not come to an end. Objects of sense are things harmful. With Viveka (discrimination) as our charioteer, we will control the mind and will not allow the senses to go astray. With such a charioteer we reach the Vishnu-pada, the final abode, our real Home from which there is no return.”
8.Being comfortable with her sexuality
There’s a lot to be said on what’s sexy and, more specifically, on what makes a woman sexy. To me, what matters is not what a girl wears beneath the sheets or what she’s into, it’s the fact that she’s comfortable with her own sexuality and aware of her sexual energy. Romance is just so much more fun with a woman who knows what she’s into and isn’t abashed about it.