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Thursday, September 21, 2006

Acupressure and Conservation of energy in hinduism

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JAY SHREE POOJYASHREE SHREE AMMA
JAY MAHAN BRAHMASHREE GOPALAVALLIDASAR
JAY SHREE RADHEKRISHNASATHSANG

Dear Readers,

Radhekrishna to all of you!!

A small notice to all our readers that on our blog, the article dated 21st August was published incomplete. The error has been rectified now and the inconvenience to our readers is regretted. Please do read the full article now published.

We continue our discussion on the relation of the act of meditating with the principle of Conservation of Energy in this article.

Now we very well know that mediation helps increase our potential energy tremendously. The energy, which is otherwise wasted, even if we are not doing any physical activity but ‘merely’ thinking, such wastage is avoided. Yes, it’s very true that a lot of energy is actually wasted when our mind thinks. Comparatively speaking, when our body and mind is preoccupied with doing a particular activity, say reading a book, the energy spent then is less than energy spent when one has got nothing to do and one is just sitting and daydreaming (i.e. the mind is working due to the thinking done). Hence its better that one indulges oneself in doing definite work rather than doing nothing (which means thinking). This is because the mind is such that it can never ever remain idle. So better make the mind work lesser by doing definite work than making it work more by ‘merely’ thinking.

Applying the rule of total energy remaining constant, we concluded that during meditation, the potential energy is total energy or the kinetic energy is nil.

T. E. = MGH + 0 (K.E)
Here Mass M is negligible, as the body becomes light. Other parameters are Gravitation G and height H. The gravitation G is overcome by the power of chanting. The body floats in the air.

HERE T. E. α MGH (T. E. IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO MGH)

T. E α H (T.E. IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO HEIGHT)

The term directly proportional means that as height increases, total energy increases and as height decreases, total energy decreases.

SO, FOR THE DEVOTEE WHO IS FLOATING IN THE AIR, THE T. E. IS DIRECTLY PROPORTIONAL TO HEIGHT.

THE ONLY FACTOR, WHICH IS A CONSTRAINT, IS MASS.

WHEN M = MASS IS LESS, THEN H = HEIGHT WILL BE MORE.

WHEN M = MASS IS HIGH, THEN H = HEIGHT WILL BE LESS.

That’s what the SATHGURU’s mean when they SAY, “ Reduce your burden. You have dumped sacks and sacks of sorrow in your mind. Reduce it. Your mind will then be free, and your body light.

So when the mass is reduced, the body will be floating in the air. Here the mass does not mean body mass. The accumulated energy in the mind represents the mass. Every action whether it is positive or negative, will release energy in the body. Those energies, which are either positive or negative, will be accumulated in the body. This total energy is termed as mass in the above paragraphs.

When the T.E. is full of positive vibrations, which will enhance the universal energy flow, then that will create a positive magnetic field around us. In the same way, the negative energies will lead to enveloping a negative field around us.

This same logic can be explained from an example. In our life right from childhood we are told to keep a good friend circle. We are told to avoid having friends who indulge in smoking, drinking and other bad habits; and those who shirk studies and only loiter around the whole day doing nothing. Why is it so? It is so because all such people represent negative energies. Their presence around us makes us think and behave like them. But if the force of positive energies is more i.e. if one person from the negative category is amongst many of the positive category then there is a greater chance that that person with negative energies would improve in that environment of positive energies.

THROUGH CONSTANT CHANTING OF RADHEKRISHNA NAMA JAPAM, WE ARE REDUCING THE NEGATIVE ENERGY FROM OUR BODY.

We are avoiding evil thoughts and consequent wasting of the brain’s potential energy.

So let us all pledge to think positive and think only as much as needed. Let the positive energies of Radhekrishna Sathsangam flow in our body and mind.

Radhekrishna

…………to be continued.

Sarvam Guruvarpanam

Wednesday, September 06, 2006

Acupressure and Conservation of energy in hinduism

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Jay Shree Poojyashree Shree Amma
Jay Mahan Brahmashree Gopalavallidasar
Jay Shree Radhekrishna Sathsangam


Dear Readers,

Radhekrishna!!

The previous article concluded with the description of 'CHIN MUDHRA' a type of meditation symbol. We thus now know that the various postures in which the rishis did meditation had definite scientific reasoning behind it. Meditating in those poses helped in stimulating the acupressure points of the body, which resulted in generation of tremendous energy in the body.
In this article let us know the relation of the act of doing meditation by the rishis, with the principle that we have already discussed in our previous articles about the Law of conservation of energy. We have seen in that law as to how the total energy (T.E.) is equal to the sum of K.E. and P.E. i.e. (T.E. = P.E. + K.E.) is a constant, and we have also known the proportions of K.E. and P.E. at the three different stages of Vaikuntham, Devalokam and Bhoolokam.

By sitting and doing constant Nama Japam, the rishis used to acquire immense potential energy.

P E = mgh, where m = mass, g = gravitation force h = height.

After vigorous meditation, a bhakta (devotee) achieves the state of flying in the air. This means he overcomes the power of gravitation. When the body becomes light, it floats in the air. It is just like a balloon filled with sufficient amount of air. Yes its true that this is achievable. The human mind has the power to do such things. But it requires a high level of concentration, which nobody in today’s world possesses.

When sufficient air is blown in a balloon, it starts floating in the air. At the same time, when the entire air is blown out, then the balloon will fall down to the earth. Our body resembles the balloon. Through breath control (pranayam), the air passage is mildly oscillated within the inner cavity of lungs. The body becomes light.

In the formula of potential energy, P. E. = mgh,
if the parameter, “m” becomes negligible, then automatically, the body acquires the ability to fly. Our light body then has a lot of potential energy stored in it.

Let us look at the increase in potential energy in an indirect manner now.

Let us know the impact of meditation on the variables that make up the formula for kinetic energy.

K.E.= 1/2 mv2

In this formula, the variables involved are mass and velocity.

When the human body floats in the air, the velocity of the body is uniform and the mass is negligible.

Now let is bring another familiar law into picture.

NEWTONS LAW OF MOTION:

Every inanimate body continues in its state of rest or of uniform motion along a straight line, unless it is acted upon by an external unbalanced force.

Applying this law in the above context,

The devotee resembles the body. The body remains in the state of rest when the devotee is sitting and doing meditation. However when the devotee is floating in the air, the motion remains uniform.The velocity then becomes zero.(Because there is no motion. Thus we can say that when the person meditates and does pranayam to such an extent that his body becomes light enough to start floating in the air, then that body’s kinetic energy becomes zero. That is, the potential energy of that body increases tremendously.

Because, the T. E. should remain constant (LAW OF CONSERVATION OF ENERGY). THIS MEANS THE VALUE OF P. E. HAS TO INCREASE.

Let us continue with the discussions in our next article. Let us then know the further interpretations of the discussions of this article.

Till then let us chant the Radhekrishna Nama and with the blessings of Gurujiamma and Guruji (Mahan Brahmashree Gopalavallidasar) channelise our powerful human mind in doing the right things and not misuse its powers.

Sarvam Guruvarpanam

 

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