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Amit Ray
“If you want to conquer the anxiety of life, live in the moment, live in the breath.”
Amit Ray, Om Chanting and Meditation

Amit Ray
“Meditation is blossoming of the prefrontal cortex to overcome the momentum of the nature. It is coming out of the loops of memories, patterns,fears, dreams and anger.”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

Amit Ray
“Meditation works in many layers. It works in our genes, in our DNA”
Amit Ray, Meditation: Insights and Inspirations

“Writing is mental exercise and the preeminent method to train the mind to achieve a desirable state of mental quietude. Meditative writing, a single pointed concentration of mental activity, induces an altered state of consciousness. Writing is studious rumination, a means to converse with our personal muse. Writing entails a period of forced solitude that enables us to meet and conduct a searching conversation with our authentic self. This contemplative dialogue with our true self is transformational. Writing is not a mere act but a journey of the mind into heretofore-unknown frontiers of the self.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Banani Ray
“Meditation is cultivating the potential to transcend your limited self, limited beliefs and limited existence. It is stepping into the exciting territory of limitlessness.”
Banani Ray, Awakening Inner Guru

Nataša Nuit Pantović
“A thought weaves into another thought, seeking the other.
The thought world has its-own Inner Life.
A rose acts upon us through its symbolism, through its beauty, through our conscious & sub-conscious mind.
Meditating we tap into the thought form of ‘rose adoration’.”
Nataša Nuit Pantović, Conscious Creativity; Mindfulness Meditations

“The more a person knows the less they talk. I shall cease speaking and endeavor to instill a large band of silence inside myself in order to forge a deeper and closer relationship with all of nature. Only when I attain absolute quietude shall I understand the supreme virtue of humanity and understand the meaning of both life and death. Only when I achieve absolute stillness shall I come to a perfect realization of the meaning of existence innate in all things.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“A regular meditation practice is one of the highest forms of self-love.”
Renae A. Sauter, An Empowered Life: Mind/Body/Spirit Empowerment

“Life’s most precious moments are not all loud or uproarious. Silence and stillness has its own virtues.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

“If you don't know the effect of
words, you are behind times.If
you want positivity, speak

If you don't know the effect of
thoughts, you are behind
times.If you want positivity,
think positively

If you don't know the effect of
meditation, you are behind
times. If you desire something,
listen to your God.”
Val Uchendu

Abhijit Naskar
“Christ was an ordinary man who upon the attainment of absolute divinity or Nirvana or Samadhi became a better version of himself. Such an experience of divine ecstasy neurologically transformed him into a great teacher for humanity filled with love, kindness and divinity.”
Abhijit Naskar, Neurons of Jesus: Mind of A Teacher, Spouse & Thinker

“Most of the Mefditations Centres make you become
the victim of Schizophrenic, which is the mental disorder of hallucinating.”
Vishal Chipkar, Enter Heaven

Abhijit Naskar
“Thus, on a functional level, your meditation triggers the corresponding neurobiological networks that are responsible for eliciting health effects.”
Abhijit Naskar, The Islamophobic Civilization: Voyage of Acceptance

“You are the only one capable of loving you the way you deserve to be love. The only hero that will save you is you, you are everything that you need, If you would only take the time the to invest in getting to know yourself, not through outside lenses, but by finding your quiet place within and learning the language of your soul.”
Micheline Jean Louis

Abhijit Naskar
“Other than the substantial physiological impact of prayer/meditation, there is another much simpler mind-body intervention that helps all religious and spiritual individuals in all walks of life, regardless of whether they pray regularly or not. It is commonly known as faith.”
Abhijit Naskar, In Search of Divinity: Journey to The Kingdom of Conscience

“We are filled vessels that gets to choose what we pour back into the world, and what we choose to share defines who we are.”
Micheline Jean Louis

Abhijit Naskar
“Essentially prayer and meditation are one and the same thing.”
Abhijit Naskar, Love, God & Neurons: Memoir of a Scientist Who Found Himself by Getting Lost

“If you Looking for Perfection ,
Perfect yourself by Looking Within
by isolating the Rule of Ego and
Handing over the Reins
of Karma Chariot to the Soul !
No one can do The Perfect Act
for You but your Soul
in the Presence of The Supreme Soul !”
Ashok Khurana

René Descartes
“Like a prisoner who dreams that he is free, starts to
suspect that it is merely a dream, and wants to go on
dreaming rather than waking up, so I am content to
slide back into my old opinions; I fear being shaken out
of them because I am afraid that my peaceful sleep may
be followed by hard labour when I wake, and that I
shall have to struggle not in the light but in the
imprisoning darkness of the problems I have raised.”
René Descartes, Descartes: Meditations on First Philosophy: With Selections from the Objections and Replies

“There is no such thing as an ideal state of meditation. Awareness allows us to relate to our mental processes and to see the fundamental expression of mind as it is, including our thoughts. The mediator may find that many thoughts recur during the meditative state. These thoughts could be seen as waves on the ocean.”
Sadhak Anshit

“The greatest power you have on earth, whether you are an angel, a spirit, a man or woman or child is to help others.”
Sadhak Anshit

“Living life to the fullest takes a lot of dedication and hard work, especially when the going gets tough. However, If we have the courage to pay close attention to the wisdom that can be found within Yoga, we can conclude that Yoga is both a challenge and a triumph opportunities from which we can grow, much similar to living life. This ancient form of exercise goes deeper into the connection between mind, body, and spirit. It lies in the desire to excel oneself. Through self-love.”
Efrat Cybulkiewicz

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