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INTELLECT - BRAHMA JNANA AND ABHYASA



The Yogis achieve the nectar of equality solely through Samadhi.

The lamp of wisdom does not appear without Yoga practice, just as the fire latent in the sacrificial wood does not appear without churning.

Outside, a vessel's fire does not provide light. When the hull is shattered, however, the light shines from the outside.

The vessel refers to one's physical form. The light or fire inside is the seat of "That." When the body is split by the teachings of a Guru, the light of Brahmajnana shines brightly.

With the Guru as the helmsman and through the affinities of Abhyasa, one passes the subtle body and the ocean of Samsara.


You may also want to read more about Kundalini Yoga here.

Thinking Out of the Box ~ A Letter by Brian Tracy



          Dear Friends, I wanted to share these useful words of advice from our good Friend, excellent Author and life Coach, Brian Tracy. Learning to cultivate 'Out of the box Thinking and Creativity' is a very rewarding and stimulating exercise. For most people I know, the process often becomes an ever nascent and refreshing passion.. It becomes an evolving journey that lasts a lifetime .


~ Manifesting * This * Envisage ~
A Soul never Envisions Life without the Sensual and Fruitful
Here's the letter,

"Hello Jai Krishna,


Do you know how to improve the quality of your thinking?

      Human beings are mental organisms. Everything we are or ever will be, will be as the direct result of the way we think. If we improve the quality of our thinking, we must improve the quality of our lives. And, there is no other way to do it.


Youth and Creativity

        In one series of I.Q. tests given to children age 2 - 4 years, 95% of the children were found to be highly creative with curious, questioning minds and an ability for abstract thinking.
        When the same children were tested again at age 7, only 5% still demonstrated high levels of creativity. In the ensuing years, they had learned to conform; "If you want to get along, you had better go along," is what they had discovered.


The Dangers of Conformity

       They had learned to color between the lines, to sit in neat little rows, to do and say what the other kids did and said, and to do as they were told. Over time, they lost the wonderful fearless spontaneity of youth and learned to suppress ideas and insights that were unusual or different.


Aggressively Seek New Ideas

          Most of us have had similar experiences. The "Not invented-here" syndrome in many large companies is simply the adult version of "not rocking the boat." But fortunately, since creativity is your birth right, a fundamental part of your nature, you can tap into it at any time, no matter how long it has been since you really used it.


Action Exercises

        Here are two things you can do to start thinking outside of your mental box.
> First, imagine that there was a vastly better, cheaper, faster way to do your job - and somebody else had already discovered it and was going to put you out of business.
> Second, imagine doing exactly the opposite of what you are doing today. Allow your mind to float freely and consider how current trends will change your business. "

Blessings, Best Wishes & Regards,

~ Jai Krishna Ponnappan