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post Sep 22, 2014, 10:36 PM
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Ayurvedic treatment in india is quite popular for curing all types of incurable diseases. Even cancer and kidney failure is cured by ayurvedic treatment. Many foreigners and tourist people come for india to do ayurvedic massage and they most preferable ask yoga and other exercise which is the most important thing for the ayurvedic treatment. Ayurvedic treatment is very affordable and cure all the diseases without side effects.There is a huge response for the ayurvedic treatment in chennai after kerala. Kerala is quite famous for the ayurvedic treatment. As there is a hectic life in chennai working in IT companies they get back pain, hair loss and piles many diseases. Huge response in chennai for ayurvedic treatment which made the indian government to open many ayurvedic hospitals and research centres. Ayurvedic medicines heal your body and mind.
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Do you have experience with Ayurvedic treatment yourself? I know this is a big thing in India, so it must be working on some level.
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QUOTE(divyabhaskar @ Sep 23, 2014, 06:36 AM) *

Ayurvedic treatment in india is quite popular for curing all types of incurable diseases.

You can't cure an incurable disease unless the incurable disease isn't incurable.
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As there is a hectic life in chennai working in IT companies they get back pain, hair loss and piles many diseases. Huge response in chennai for ayurvedic treatment which made the indian government to open many ayurvedic hospitals and research centres. Ayurvedic medicines heal your body and mind.

No medicine cures the mind. Mind accepts reality as a personal experience inclusive of those things that create stress in the way a person judges and reacts to ones surroundings. One must use the mind to address the mind. It (mind) in and of itself is never going to be a product of medicine or a slave to medicine unless mind accepts subjectivity to medicine. In that regard it becomes active in making a choice. The medicine does not do that for the mind, regardless of the belief that the medicine alters the mind.

Basically what you are selling is no different than what the Chinese sell with acupuncture and Chinese herbs, or what the American Indians and/or their spiritual followers prescribe with their herbal remedies and sweat lodges.
Whatever one believes in subjectively can alter/influence the experience of themselves and their reality. But.. experiences are constantly changing with changing beliefs, and the effects of an underlying property which is greater than the changing belief system must be prevalent to support the influence of belief and free will.

The world has become addicted to physical crutches that are given power over the mind and body, but the mind must first accept the cure as the cure, before the cure can be effective, as demonstrated by the placebo effect.
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QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 05, 2014, 12:20 AM) *

Its all about belief...what else is there? Belief creates a truth for one to follow and manifest. Belief creates experience, and experience is all that is...to beget all that is...


There are relative truths... and then there is something that challenges belief, when someone experiences something they don't understand, know, or believe in.

That which creates the experience of being human with the potential to know the self, is not of belief but rather reduced to belief, superstition and religion thru an attachment to thoughts and ideas.
This the limited ego experiences as the identity with relative truths, reducing the potential of ones self to experiences in identification with belief.

Consciousness then derived of belief is seen as emergent. Absent from the body at birth as is the soul absent from the body by those who do not believe in universal consciousness or spirit within the relative.

Science decrees that an atom is 99.99% empty space. Most believe in science, yet they have no experience of the atom nor the reality that what we experience has nothing that is solid about it.

For those who experience only the relative as the nature of reality, all there is, or all that is, is both a construct of belief, and a conflict of belief.
Yet man seeks to find something much more solid (relatively speaking) and permanent than belief.

Regardless of the belief in something bigger than belief, it will elude the mind tethered to belief, until one allows mind above and beyond belief, to enter belief and to see the limits of belief.
Creator is still creator, regardless of the illusion of creator becoming something as a product of belief.

Those addicted to belief and an identification with relative truth, leave the reality of perpetual becoming, to stand still and lose the perspective of potential as identification settles into a relative a truth from the attachment to a belief. By relative definition and example a person of non belief who opposes the other who is a believer experiences a truth opposite of of the opposing belief.

In the days of the Crusades and the Spanish Inquisition, those who did not believe were subject to the violence of those who believed by the power of force and greater numbers. The force of subjective truth and rule was used to remove those of opposing belief.

Religion is belief.

Spirituality is the exploration of that which allows one to limit ones self to belief, as all there is, and it reveals itself within the innocence of Society and the so called emergent consciousness of man regardless of belief.

There are constants that do not waver under the scrutiny, denial and fanaticism of belief. One need only (even if temporarily) remove ones self from the identification with the limitations and illusions surrounding belief, and their impermanence.

For those who are all about belief, illusion becomes a powerful placebo. Not all benefit from fantasy. Some seem to be locked into suffering.
For those who are suffering from belief, it may be beneficial to adopt a new belief, if one can completely remove all traces of the belief in suffering.

For those who can't it may be beneficial to become larger than belief and to remove the stress of illusion.

Whatever gets you there is often the prescription. Some foundations of thought and experience can be maintained longer than others.
Depending on whether there are cracks in the foundations of belief thru the introduction of varying differences in relative truths that require the focus and attention of the mind, a belief could become impervious to the opposing thought if one was to remove themselves from the potential of opposition and sequester themselves in isolation from the world of diversity and fear. Such has been the practice of some religions and their priests, monks and nuns.

Man has free will to create what he/she wishes to stand upon. All that the physical eyes see, are relative to the truths placed between mind and experience.
The minds eye is often blinded by the psychic beliefs that are imprinted upon the subconscious thru the belief in what the physical eye sees.

To address the theme of this topic. One can find benefit in any belief in the power of the prescription. But then if the mind wanders from it for a moment and the prescription fails, one must try to remedy the moment thru the attachment to a greater power in an alternate belief.
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QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 07, 2014, 01:28 AM) *

You bring up some very good points but they are instilled within a belief

They are inclusive of belief and interpreted thru belief by those who are bound by belief. Where all things come from (humanity included) is beyond the boundaries of belief. Even religion accepts God as being beyond human understanding or belief, while it defines it (god) within belief, basically acknowledging the reality that the mind is incapable of seeing and experiencing anything beyond the limits of human identification with relative constructs of belief such as yourself.
However the inspiration for religion coming from the masters who inspired the people that built the religions of belief and their churches, were attempting to reveal a more subtle awareness of the Self above and beyond relative oriented senses bound and governed by belief. (Those with the eyes to see and the ears to hear kinda thing...)

Innocence is key to the exploration of reality. Children are not born with a set of beliefs and as such do not step outward with the baggage of expectations or projections of belief. In turn the very life within them is not maintained or generated by belief, regardless of the parents belief in what life is or when it begins and ends.

This is why I say religion is founded by the ego's necessity to reduce the infinite into finite principals of relative definition, where as spirituality is to recognize the boundaries of belief and look beyond them to the commonality of THAT which is bigger than any relative ideal projected from belief.

The human is equipped with subtle senses that are ignored and unused as the outward oriented senses are disciplined and conditioned to the relative truths of the surrounding authoritative belief systems of mans societal manufacture.

QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 07, 2014, 01:28 AM) *
To belive is to see potential, to believe in potential is to bring it into manifestation, in which to experience it...in which to bring forth more belief of potential...all thought is within a belief system derived from experience in which to expand thought and experience.

To believe in God and the infinite is relative to a starting point. It may end up leading one to the infinite and it may end up leading one to the expectations projected within the boundaries of belief. P. JayS might be a familiar example of where a search for the infinite god would lead. His journey has been stuck within the confines of what he has been programmed to belief thru the Jehovahs Witnesses, not what is universal and supports the beliefs of all humanity throughout the history of humanity within the Universe. For someone like that, there is only one relative truth and it is the Truth of the Church of the Jehovahs Witnesses.

Without the ability to stand outside of belief or rise above it, and or without the guidance of someone who has mastered the ability to see thru belief, what any one individual attempts without the experience of the infinite or the guidance of someone who does have the experience is tantamount to the subjective acceptance of the imagination. It is similar to denying the instructions of the teacher in school to imagine one has the ability to know without instruction all that can be known without the guidance of those who have walked the path.

Like reinventing the wheel. If one was to stumble upon the invention without having been exposed to something they might imagine they have discovered something no one else has, but it also may not be inclusive of the potential that has been built upon by the millions who have taken the wheel thru it's evolution. It's a rather slow road. Or as John Wayne used to say, "The long way around the barn."

Unlike children, who don't bring past programs of belief in relative constructs into their experience, the average adult relies on the relative experiences and definitions within the identification of what reality is according to what they have accepted thru the pontifications of role models.
Parents become God until the parent reveals their beliefs in what reality is inclusive of their role models and superiors.
Children begin to absorb the beliefs of others and lose the innocence of sight and spiritual connectivity to the underlying reality beyond the relative boundaries.
QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 07, 2014, 01:28 AM) *

Its all relative which is nothing more then a belief within experience. Through experience belief expands..into more beliefs and experience...

To the outward oriented senses that are attuned to the 99.99% empty space as reality, this is true of the ego trained to accept belief as all there is. When the outward senses are in charge all orientation is to the relative experience and beliefs that can be measured within the relative. This is where science (not necessarily the scientist) is at. As an industry, only that which can be measured with relative tools in the laboratory is acknowledged within belief as real. All else is subject to theory and given less attention until it can be bound to definition and relative meanings.

To science, religion or spirituality based on belief rather than consummate boundaries of repeatability where a group of peers can come back to the same conclusion regardless of the approach is not worth exploration, nor does it have purpose other than to sooth the belief in being victim to circumstance.

Science accepts the relative reality of mental masturbation as you suggest where reality is simply a creation of thoughts and beliefs to create a mood and give meaning to life as religion and spirituality, and it seeks to find something with more meat to it.
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And yup...what I just shared is nothing more then a belief.


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QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 07, 2014, 11:00 PM) *

A belief is a thought or vibration within a rhythm or pattern, begetting a form in which to manifest and experience its form or belief.

Thought and vibration is form, or the formless in activity. Belief wraps itself around form in the attachment of identity when ego follows experience back to thought and says this is what this is.
A man can see a snake in a rope and die of a heart attack because it filters the vibratory nature of light and sound into the delusions of belief infected by fear.
QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 07, 2014, 11:00 PM) *

In the beginning was the word, instilled by the breath.

The beginning is an idea within timelines. In the relative world where ego follows thought and experience in linear progression, identification with experience leads to the belief in relative reality and the experience of the relative, as all that is.
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We are born with beliefs, this is as our Dna...which is a rythmic pattern of vibration that is understood by us through our imagitive thought processes and triggered into activity by our emotions/ thought. We also are born with instintual reactions...or beliefs.
The DNA programming is not belief. It is more like the skin and bones of the individual personality to isolate the awareness within timelines and grounds of perception, rather than to mix it up within multiple realities and other personalities. If (in the case of a schizophrenic) there were two personalities differing in opinion, perception and belief within the same temple arguing for dominance or believability of personal realities, then confusion would result in the stress of opposing thoughts.
These constructs of natural law are not fixed to isolate one within the belief that one is destined to be smart or stupid, but rather alter themselves to allow perceptibility to stretch and expand with expanded awareness and expanded intellect, when awareness is not nailed to the floor by belief.
DNA separates human experience from animal experience as well as waking, dreaming and altered states of consciousness. Belief follows the experience of reality upon identification with it, thru the personal experience and the influence of collective personalities in consciousness. If belief were within the DNA as an idea or experience there would be no free will to believe anything, but rather programs to isolate consciousness from the ability to experience anything other than what was programmed into the meat sacks software. Belief is within the nature of DNA construction like the potential of happiness or sadness is within the home and the experience of its occupancy, yet it is not an influence in the perception unless choice is involved within the nature of perception and definition as the personal measure of ego.
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The body is more then a meat sack, it is the Temple of experience.
It can be if it has the ability to formulate its own ideas of experience and expand awareness, without the DNA cornering into an isolated or predestined idea of itself.
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Innocence is nothing more then embracing, accepting and allowing what is...to be what it is.
Sans beliefs, yet with the potential of formulating belief systems of personal measure. Children in innocence are capable of embracing or rejecting. First the individuality would have to find meaning with that which is experienced to embrace it. It might need to understand the idea or the experience in order to embrace or reject it. Innocence just means there are no preconceived ideas being brought into the experience (or existing beliefs), and with free will intact, the innocent has the ability to make choices in whether to embrace the experience in relevance to the personal nature of the relative awareness. Some things are left behind for greater thoughts in activity and awareness or forgotten as they have no impact to create the choice to accept or reject. Allowance then becomes moot to the nature of awareness if there is no imprint of a relative or spiritual nature to the individual.
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Young childern embrace their experiences, they accept what it is, and through accepting they let what is...flow. In allowing it to flow their minds are open and they can flow through their imagination through endless potential. If a young child experiences a disturbing experience it will lob it off and it will have a life of its own within the subconscious streams of self, which are always felt but not reconized by the conscious mind. Herein lays the raw beliefs untempered by reason.

I prefer to simplify this idea by using another word rather than belief.
Using an idea of belief without experience and belief as a result of experience can be confusing when carrying on a conversation without rewriting the English dictionary.
QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 07, 2014, 11:00 PM) *

Nothing is...until its thought..

Oh but it is. Something doesn't arise from nothing.
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thought begets form (thought and form is instantaneous ...kinda like Kether/ Binah being at once) which is a pattern or rhythm of vibration which is detailed through experience and eventually understood through experience...begetting more experience. When this is fully realized then we become as the child suckling at the breast of life and Grace becomes.
Thought is part and parcel to consciousness in activity. It is active above and beyond what the waking state mind experiences in its isolation and identification with self or ego. Like the illusions of no sound where the human range of hearing ends. Animals can hear and see beyond the limits of most humans. The cellular consciousness of the body in and of itself can sense what is in a room before the eyes can see it.
There is constant activity in the silence of life beyond the limits of the relative human mechanisms of outward sense function. Mind however (not the brain) is not limited to the (as you would call it) sacred temple of experience that is the body. It is far superior to the reach of the limbs, or the sight of the physical eyes and the hearing of the physical hearing mechanism.

Activity of consciousness, or the activity in what scientists are discovering within the empty space (which has been recently discovered as not so empty) is open to perception of greater qualities than the idealized limited belief structures of DNA programming. It has an effect on DNA programming when coupled with mind to infuse what is constantly present within the changing beliefs in identity of the human temple of egoic experience.

Only belief as a distraction, could keep the senses oriented to the lesser qualities of relative boundaries that are put into place as a filter by choice, and could draw the attention to isolation if the will is given to hold awareness to a standstill, but this is not really possible as an eternal measure.
You could try an experiment to experience this by attempting to hold one thought only in the mind for a couple of minutes.
Beliefs are constantly changing within the relative isolation of the ego that has trained its senses to identify with the experience as the Self. People choose to condition themselves and to return thought to choices previously made. This can easily be altered thru what science has labeled as neuroplasty, or the introduction of a greater thought in repetition.

Generally speaking the mantra of acceptance to the dense reality of limited perception is "I am the sum total of my experiences". The ego isolates itself in pride to the identification of one awareness of limited perception. There are almost 7 billion individual viewpoints of reality on this planet alone. No two are identical. The belief in reality as seen thru the small percentage of individuality without the unity of the totality of possible perceptions throughout the history of humanity is mind boggling, let alone the potential of possible multidimensional aspects of consciousness in its activity above and beyond the limited sight of the isolate ego in any delusional state of belief.

The belief in separation is insanity.
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Sorry, most don't subscribe to definitions that remove the conversation from functionality. You might as well say all that is, is rutabaga, and rutabaga is imagination and leads to... blah blah blah. If you want to emphasize the meaninglessness of conversations then you're gonna have an issue when it comes to social structures as they've been created. You're in denial.. and that aint a river in Egypt. dry.gif
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QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 12, 2014, 01:40 AM) *


So...We can only point the finger at ourselves...takes a wise and strong one to own to up to that. Mirror, mirror on the wall...


Are we there yet? rolleyes.gif

Excuse me while I remove myself from the familiar constructs that bind the lesser to relative communication and reality.... "All is rutabaga!" fribage snick horbilacka. wink.gif
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QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 12, 2014, 10:00 PM) *

Most did not subcribe to Cristopher Columbus saying the world was not flat either. His vision of potential however changed a belief system...coz belief is all there is, which creates worlds of experience.


Your definition of belief as potential rather than belief as a reflection of potential is fascinating, which is why I think the rutabaga label is fun. One can imagine anything they want and then use something (as you say) that has been concretized (another imaginative word of definition) into experience.
In the case of Chris Columbus, what was brought into reality for him was part of a joint creation of humanity as it was shared into reality. Unlike pink elephants, pigs with wings and definitions of belief that imply emptiness as the foundation for reality.
Obviously we could assume that belief wasn't all there was, when a European culture that subscribed to a belief in a flat world couldn't bring it into a direct experience. It was imagined but such imagination was outside of the reality or construct of a Universe that already had supplied a spherical planet orbiting a sun (which by the way was also something contrary to belief in the idea that the sun rotated around the earth prior to a greater revelation than the belief in something that didn't have any reality to it).
We could also assume (thru direct experience in some things, as well as the experience of those things also experienced by others) that some things.... "imagined" or "focused on", don't really become much of an experience other than in the imaginative subconscious thru (stress related) beliefs which are removed from the interplay of a greater relative activity, as it is shared by the construct of humanity created by something greater than relative belief systems.

I've seen a person imagine they could walk thru walls but when it came to concrete experience and the productions of mind focused on results, the displayed attempts in the approach to moving thru the wall always ended up in the same outcome.
The person bounced themselves off the wall.
Not to say its impossible, just that there is no understanding or experience to follow the belief.

Most likely the thoughts of such an individual was not going to wander from the intellectual idealism of the current state of mind (belief) that was giving it trouble to pass thru matter. Seeing as tho she really had no identification with the reality as mind created it, but rather the limited subconscious stress related filters of belief and delusion.
The results of a belief in what you focus on grows would not likely produce anything different. In her case what it was that she was focusing on was not really the action of passing thru walls but rather a gap in understanding and experience of reality, or a limited belief in reality.

QUOTE(Dianah @ Oct 12, 2014, 10:00 PM) *
What we focus on grows...or concretizes into a pattern of belief....that is held within the subconscious mind and plays over and over again.

Yes and it is important to discover that the subconscious is linked to the mind/consciousness which brings about the individual awareness of ego within the relative. Tho the sperm and the egg give birth to the body, consciousness, (which is much larger than what any belief can contain) creates the universe, the world, the parents and the sperm and the egg as the pathway to relative creativity known as human life.
What the relative ego surrenders itself to in either imagination of relative constructs, and swayed by stress or filters of belief, does not compare to what it could surrender itself to when connected to expanded consciousness and the understanding and experience of reality as created by consciousness when removed from the confines of belief systems bound to relative definition.
It does have an effect upon the way a person gets along in their body. Those who try to imagine themselves thru belief in fantasies struggle with reality and repeatedly fail, no matter how much effort they give to their delusions.

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Gotta access the subconscious to expand belief systems. Spinning around in the intellect can be fun...but its nothing more then a merry go round, grooming the ego.
Agreed, which is why I don't see potential as belief when belief and potential have both objective and subjective differences in experience.
Conditioning, which comes about thru contact with potential and the will to engage with the subconscious as a source, or standing outside of it with a lack of experience tho imagined, have different outcomes in experience and understanding. Kinda like imagining having sex and actually having sex.
You can argue all you want that sex, whether imagined or believed to be the same as actually having experienced sex is the same, but it's not.

Then there would be mastery, where familiarity thru exploration and repeated access to experience gives the enriched experience where the nervous system hasn't just become overwhelmed or underwhelmed by a single experience. You can believe in something and try to stand on belief as an absolute, or you can believe in something as the reflection of potential and allow the absolute to reveal itself in the experience of infinite potential within the variations of the approach to potential, which will give you a new experience to what you understand is the reflection of infinite or endless possibilities. You can experience belief but you yourself are experiencing yourself and potential as beyond the boundaries of belief. Like experiencing your awareness as something greater and more permanent than the temporary conditions experienced by the body.
Belief is a relative word. It comes about thru the association of relative boundaries. It would be an interesting idea to follow the idea as you have stated, "First there was the word that came about thru the breath" and to also say the "word" was "belief" which is all their is.. The nature of consciousness is both still and active. Before belief came about into a word of relative conditioning there was the activity which arose from the stillness as the nature of the stillness. Same idea as the "Word" which implies the sound of stillness coming into activity. In reality there was no beginning as you already know.

To me belief is not an absolute and it has no relevance other than to the realm of flying pigs and pink elephants. You can imagine it all you wish but most likely are gonna have difficulty getting anyone to follow the same train of thought as you have expressed it. But who knows.. what you focus on grows. In your own mind you could be the hero.

For one who lacks experience, understanding, or conscious awareness, belief is like a rock in the hands of someone who needs food. You could try to eat the rock and break your teeth, and imagine as you will that eventually it will serve the same purpose as food but it is not within the probable realities of human interactions.
Perhaps if you focus on it long enough, belief derived of fantasy and delusion (stress) will force itself into belief as you have defined it, as the potential before understanding and experience. Who knows you may be the mother of a new language and we'll all follow you into your own private definition of reality. huh.gif

One can also imagine themselves enlightened, but it doesn't necessarily make it so.

By the way.. Nice pseudonym in the other topic... and way to pat yourself on the back.
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