Monthly Archives: July 2013

Activating Brain by Silence of Mind

The mind controls the activities of physical brain. Scientists say there is a primitive mind and a developed mind. The medulla oblongata, lower part of the brain, is called the primitive mind because it is responsible for basic thoughts. When … Continue reading

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Yogic and Modern Physiology of Chakras and Plexuses

Swami Vivekananda was probably the first person to attempt to find parallels between the yogic physiology and the modern physiology. He inferred that the spinal cord is composed in such a manner that its horizontal cross sections would like a … Continue reading

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