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Regular Workshops in Europe, USA, Middle East and other Asian Countries

Pioneer of e-Consciousness eight dimensional system of transformation. !! Hundreds of participants of all age groups have attended public workshops in addition to regular training sessions  in Universities and Institutions worldwide. Click for feedback of participants What is it all about ?  Life is supposed to be getting easier ; well, at least that’s what […]

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Some Featured Publications

​ Sin Vs Suffering comparing Karl Bath’s Dogmatics with Vissudhimaga A usual observation is that comparison is the fundamental way to gain understanding of anything. Succinctly, all knowledge is comparative. This dissertation illustrates, in an intentional and explicit way, this observation with the claim that comparative inquiry evinces insights and truths that non-comparative inquiry does […]

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Developing the total brain

How stress damages the brain Stress, pressure, fatigue, poor diet, alcohol, and drugs damage neural connections between the brain’s prefrontal cortex—or “CEO”—and the rest of the brain. When you are overtired or under intense mental or physical stress, the brain bypasses its “higher,” more evolved, rational frontal executive circuits—it starts using more primitive stimulus/response pathways. […]

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E-Consciousness a higher state of Consciousness!!

E-Consciousness a higher state of Consciousness…IQ,EQ,PQ,SQ….and more !! My own research has revealed that until and unless the inner core of a person is radically transformed, training undertaken at the outer superficial sensory  level  will not be sufficient enough to penetrate deep down and  make an inner transformation at the “Core” or at an  integral […]

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Being Authentic, Not Obnoxious

Do you know people who pride themselves on being authentic, yet when you walk away from them, you feel bad about yourself and the interaction? Perhaps they’re angry, accusatory, blaming, and shaming, yet they have no clue how they’ve hurt you. “I tell it like it is,” they proudly declare. “I say exactly what I […]

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Some Patients with Schizophrenia Have Impaired Ability to Imitate According to Study

According to George Bernard Shaw, “Imitation is not just the sincerest form of flattery – it’s the sincerest form of learning.” According to psychologists, imitation is something that we all do whenever we learn a new skill, whether it is dancing or how to behave in specific social situations. Now, the results of a brain-mapping […]

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Ever So Slight Delay Improves Decision Making Accuracy

Findings could improve understanding of ADHD, schizophrenia, and other neuropsychiatric diseases. Columbia University Medical Center (CUMC) researchers have found that decision-making accuracy can be improved by postponing the onset of a decision by a mere fraction of a second. The results could further our understanding of neuropsychiatric conditions characterized by abnormalities in cognitive function and […]

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Most of Us Have Made Best Memories by Age 25

By the time most people are 25, they have made the most important memories of their lives, according to new research from the University of New Hampshire. Researchers at UNH have found that when older adults were asked to tell their life stories, they overwhelmingly highlighted the central influence of life transitions in their memories. […]

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Brain Scans Show We Take Risks Because We Can’t Stop Ourselves

A new study correlating brain activity with how people make decisions suggests that when individuals engage in risky behavior, such as drunk driving or unsafe sex, it’s probably not because their brains’ desire systems are too active, but because their self-control systems are not active enough. This might have implications for how health experts treat […]

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How Couples Can Cope with Professional Stress

Most of us are familiar with the cycle. At work, the pressure to be “always on,” to meet deadlines, to serve the demands of colleagues or customers, or to deal with a difficult coworker can create stress that leaks into our personal lives. This stress can cause us to be impatient with romantic partners or […]

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Cocaine users ‘do not enjoy social interaction and lack empathy’

New research from the University of Zurich in Switzerland suggests that people who regularly use cocaine struggle to feel empathy for others and are less likely to enjoy social interactions, compared with individuals who do not use the drug. The research team says their findings, published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, […]

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