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A Hindu Priest Explains How Your Subconscious Mind Can be Reprogrammed

The subconscious mind is akin to that unseen portion of an iceberg which remains underwater. Some believe that up to 95% of our mental activity takes place in the subconscious, just below our conscious awareness. This ‘underwater’ portion of the mind is never inactive, though, as it continues to collect and process information even when we are asleep.

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Practising Bliss: Calming the Hyperactive Mind with Breath and Mantra

Wouldn’t we all like to live in a space of being consciously aware and experiencing bliss? Wouldn’t it be sweet to have this, rather than being pushed and pulled by all the externals (news, politics, TV, junk food, social media) in our lives? Well, here’s the good news: we can do this through breath and mantra.

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  Learn to recognise and prevent early warning signs of high blood sugar and diabetes   Aum Mani Padme Hum: The Integration of Duality and Polarity

‘Aum mani padme hum’ is a four symbol, six syllable mantra of Tibetan Buddhism. Considered the mantra of Buddha, this powerful invocation is said to contain the essence of all Buddhist teachings.

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