"Psychometry" as a term was coined by Joseph R. Buchanan in 1842 (from the Greek words psyche, meaning "soul," and metron, meaning "measure.") Buchanan, an American professor of physiology, was one of the first people to experiment with psychometry. Using his students as subjects, he placed various drugs in glass vials and then asked the students to identify the drugs merely by holding the vials. Their success rate was more than chance, and he published the results in his book, Journal of Man. Read more [...]
This is a big, massive, awesome, and really important topic. I could write a 5,000-word essay on prana, but for the sake of your eyes and schedules, here’s a more digestible summary. Prana is a Sanskrit word that translates as “vital life force.” In urdu this will called ” Amal-e-Tanaffus ” . Understanding what prana is and how it works is like being given a key that can unlock new improved levels of health and well-being—on the inside and out. Our outermost layer, the physical body, Read more [...]
The human mind can be divided into three levels of consciousness. These are:
The Conscious: This is the level of awareness. It includes whatever you are aware of at the current moment and the mental processes and thoughts that are going on alongside that. For example, whatever you are seeing, thinking about, and the feeling of sitting on a chair are all examples of the conscious mind.
The Subconscious/Preconscious: This is the level of accessible memory. It contains all of that information which Read more [...]
We know that the human brain is a powerful organ, but many of us aren’t aware of how much the mind is truly capable of — and much more powerful it can become through deliberate training. By exercising the brain (yes, you can use repetition and habit as you do when you exercise the body), we can achieve what may have previously seemed nearly impossible. A multitude of studies have linked meditation with both physical and mental health benefits, from reduced depression and anxiety to improved Read more [...]