Tuesday, 29 June 2010

Leonardo Da Vinci- Time

“Time stays long enough for anyone who will use it.”

-Leonardo da Vinci

Friday, 25 June 2010

Imagine programme on childhood

''When we are no longer children, we are already dead.''

-Constantine Brancusi

''Every child is an artist. The problem is how to remain an artist once we grow up.''

-Pablo Picasso

''It took me four years to paint like Raphael, but a lifetime to paint like a child.

-Pablo Picass''

Sunday, 20 June 2010

Riding the Waves

"You can't stop the waves, but you can learn to surf." -Swami Satchidananda

Saturday, 19 June 2010

Connecting with the heart

The real treasure, that which can put an end to our poverty and all our trials, is never very far; there is no need to seek it in a distant country. It lies buried in the most intimate parts of our own house; that is, of our own being. It is behind the stove, the centre of the life and warmth that rule our existence, the heart, if only we knew how to unearth it. And yet-there is this strange and persistent fact, that it is only after a pious journey in a distant region, in a new land, that the meaning of that inner voice guiding us on our search can make itself understood by us.

Friday, 18 June 2010

Your request is being processed... Tom Ferry Tom Ferry Tom Ferry is CEO of YourCoach and the bestselling author of Life By Design. Posted: June 17,

What stops an unhappy woman from leaving her husband or lover? What prevents someone who is miserable in his job from making a switch? To what extent are those decisions inhibited by worry about what other people might think? Ultimately it comes down to us looking for approval, and in some cases making sure we don't receive disapproval from others. The need for approval has been conditioned in us from the day we were born. Approval from others gives us a sense of higher self-esteem. We're convinced that their recognition matters to our self worth and how deeply we value ourselves.

When I faced the difficult decision to leave my family business I thought, "If I leave, who will I be?" A great deal of my adult self-image had been fostered and developed there. I worried what my wife would think if the money suddenly disappeared and I could no longer provide for our family in the same way. I worried what my friends would think if I had to sell our vacation home. And yet, with all of those questions, it wasn't until I asked one very important one that I realized what I needed to do: "Why would I continue to stay in a situation that was making me increasingly miserable?" I soon realized the only solution was to do what was right for me, no matter the outcome. When I was able to let go of caring about what other people thought and make my decisions free and clear of other people's opinions, I could easily and powerfully move forward on my own terms.

There are two types of decision makers in the world. The first are internal decision makers. These are the people who self-analyze every step, every option, every possible outcome and never talk it through with others. This doesn't mean they don't care about others opinions. In fact, my experience is that it is quite the opposite. They've been burned so many times, they choose to make their decisions on their own as a way of avoiding being rejected.

The second is an external decision maker. These people constantly seek the opinions of others, asking for their approval in ways such as, "Do you like this idea?," "Am I right?," "Does this dress look nice on me?," "Are we in the right place?," "Am I doing the right thing" and "Are we okay?" They're thought of as team players because they want to get everyone involved in their process. They simply can't move forward without the validation from others.

Have you ever come up with an idea that you thought was brilliant?

You said to yourself, "No one else has ever thought of this" and you're going to make millions of dollars on it, right?

You tell your wife, best friend, boss and they say, "That's a terrible idea! No one will ever buy that."

Wham! You've been stopped cold before you ever had the chance to get your idea off the ground. What happened to the dream? It died on the table. Someone else's opinion meant more to you than your dream. You placed a higher value on their opinion than your brilliant idea. Imagine if the founders of Apple, Facebook and Google gave up the first time someone told them "no" or said, "no one will ever spend that much time connecting with friends on a computer!"

The addiction to the opinion of others affects areas of your life you may not even be aware of. For example, your decision to live in a particular neighborhood, drive a certain car, send your kid to private school, wearing designer labels, the watch around your wrist, the vacations you go on, the clubs you belong to, all of these things are tied to what someone else thinks.
The addiction to what other people think has another significant impact; it represses us, which in turn keeps us in a sort of purgatory, afraid of the consequences of pursuing the life we really want. "If I do this, they will say ____________ ... " You won't be happy because you believe that people are judging you. It becomes easier to stay miserable so everyone else in the status quo will be fine.

Since we are the stories we tell ourselves, they impact the way we behave. When we release from an old story, we let go of our self-imposed conversations and traps that keep us stuck. In the process, we become more sure of ourselves, become more expressive and are more likely to make decisions that move our life forward because we're no longer living from that story that has been holding us back.

Still not convinced you suffer from this addiction? Try wearing a tutu to your office tomorrow or trading in your sports car for a bus pass. Stop going to the gym, getting Botox injections, coloring your hair or getting manicures. Go home and tell your spouse you aren't happy. Walk into your boss's office and tell him/her you quit!

The only way to have complete freedom from this addiction is not to care about the outcome. It takes practice and courage to not place any level of importance on someone else's opinion. Remember, an opinion is not fact. It may not even be the truth. It is merely someone else's view about an issue that is based solely on personal judgment and therefore should not have any impact on your choices!

6 Sure Signs You Suffer from the Addiction to the Opinions of Others

1. You are Concerned about What Others Are Saying or think About You.

2. You Have Good Ideas and Intentions but Find Yourself Afraid to Act on Them.

3. You Over Leveraged Yourself Financially in the Last Decade with Cars, Clothes, Homes,
Jewelry and More.

4. You Are Constantly Seeking Other People's Approval or Avoiding Their Disapproval

5. You're Afraid to Speak in Public

6. You're Afraid to Speak Your Mind

Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Tuesday, 8 June 2010

You are what you have been waiting for.

''Seek not abroad, turn back into thyself for, in the inner man dwells the truth.''


"Imagine the grandest version, of the greatest vision you ever held about yourself, and then seek to be that".


''Forgiveness is the stopage of the wheel of karma, forgiveness collapses time''

Claude Mellan

"It is a Christ's head, designed and shaded, with his crown of thorns and the blood that gushes forth from all parts, by one single stroke, which, beginning at the tip of the nose, and so still circling on, forms most exactly everything that is represented in this plate, only by the different thickness of the stroke, which, according as it is more or less swelling, makes the eyes, nose, mouth, cheeks, hair, blood, and thorns; the whole so well represented and with such expressions of pain and affliction, that nothing is more dolorous or touching."

Claude Mellan
Head of Christ on the Sudarium (detail)
Museum no. E.2546-1960

Line engraving usually creates variations in tone through the juxtaposition and cross-hatching of lines. Claude Mellan (1598-1688) developed a unique style that relied only on curving parallel lines. He exploited the possibilities of the swelling and tapering of an engraved line to give greater or lesser emphasis to the line, depending on whether it represented an area of shade or light. Mellan demonstrated the virtuosity of his technique with this depiction of Christ. The image is formed almost entirely from a single line that spirals out from the nose. Christ’s head is depicted on the Sudarium. According to Christian tradition, this is the name of the veil of St Veronica, which she used to wipe Christ’s brow before the Crucifixion.

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Given by Mr Edgar Seligman

Lonely People

''So many on earth are surrounded by utterly lonley people just like themselves. These are real hermit recluses. It is not that frightening to be alone. It is much more frightening when one is lonely even when surrounded by people''

Dolmen Meditation

Dolmen Meditation

Dolmens are actual cellars, where you have stones built into a room.

The purpose of these Dolmens is you go inside and you meditate. You can find Dolmens all over the place, in france, Russia, ireland, scotland, and england and many many more places.

And what it does is captures energy from the earth and it concentrates it and focalizes it inside under the area as you see below.

And if you are sitting there and meditating inside one of this Dolmens you get a big energy blast.

The weight of these stones are so tremendus and has stayed there through all these thousands of years, it never fell over regardless of earthquakes or what ever happened its still there.

Dolmens have been made in different ways and some more organized as you see in the pic below.

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But the main purpose is you go inside and you meditate. These Dolmens really are a big cosmic energy chamber. You really get a big blast going underneath one of these and meditating.

Belief and Faith

'' What then is belief, or faith?'' I enquired. ''How should it be expressed?''
''In ones way of life, in ones pereception of the world, in the understandong of ones essence and designates purpose, in ones corresponding behaviour and relationship to the environment, in ones thinking.''

Whys and Therefores

'' Once you begin analyisng the whys and therefores, instead of elation all you get is excavation, which doesnt lead to anything and doesnt change anything''

Why nobody can See God

''Look there, Vladimir. Look How the bicycle wheels turn. The wheel has spokes, but you cant see them. They are there, and you know it, but the speed of rotation does not allow you to see them. Or put it another way: the pace of your thinking and your visual perception does not allow you to see them. if the cyclist goes slower, you will see the spokes of the wheel, albeit blurred. If hes tops altogether, you will see them clearly, but the cylcist himself will fall off. He wont get to his destination because of his stopping, and for what? Just to let you see that the spokes are there? But hwere does that ake you? Has anything changed in you? Or around you?
''The only thing youll know for certain is: the spokes exist. And thats it. The cyclist, of course, can always get up and continue his journey, but others may want to see, which means hell have to stop and fall again and again. And for what?''
'' Well so I can get a good look at him just once.''
'' And what will you see? After all, a cyclist lying on the ground isnt a cyclist anymore. You will have to imagin what he looked like.
'' Just so, a God who changes the pace of his thinking is no longer God. Wouldnt it be better for you to learn how to acclerate your own thinking? Imagine talking with someone who has a slow time getting what your saying- doesnt that irritate you? Isnt it a pain slowing down your own paceof though to his level?''
''Your right, if you adapt yourself to a fools pace, you might become a fool

How can I accelerate my own thinking?


''Knowledge of the truth consists not in proclaiming it but in living it''

Thursday, 3 June 2010


Here's what willingness "looks like": first, you have to

be open. Then, you have to be ready. Finally, you have

to be determined, and committed to action.