Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo and The Mother.

Wednesday, August 12, 2015

Independence Day and the birthday of Sri Aurobindo

It was in 1902, when Sri Aurobindo visited Medinipur and held a series of public lectures along with secret planning sessions with the revolutionary groups.

It is a wonderful coincidence that the Independence Day of India and the birthday of Sri Aurobindo, who was one of the first revolutionary ... Sri Aurobindo.

More renowned as a spiritual leader, it is a lesser known fact that Sri Aurobindo was also a freedom fighter in his own right. His lectures and works of literature 

This ashram was built by Sri Aurobindo Ghosh on in 1926. It is a famous land mark in Pondicherry. Since them the ashram has become a tourist destination for ...

For those of you who don't know Auroville is an experimental township founded by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother and in her words “Auroville is meant to be a ...

our modern age, exemplified in the life and realization of many well-known spiritual masters like Sri Aurobindo, Ramakrishna Parahamsa, Ramana Maharishi, ...

The Hindu - The Sri Aurobindo International Centre of Education (SAICE) has become the first educational institution in the city to become self-reliant by meeting all its energy ...

The Indian Express - 10-Aug-2015 ... physicist Vikram Ambalal Sarabhai and nationalist/ philosopher Sri Aurobindo this month as part of its 'Expression Series'. As part of the celebrations, students ...

Quartz - Scientific beliefs are destined to supersede and replace primitive religious views, once argued 19th-century French philosopher Auguste ...

Huffington Post - I argue that current mechanical models of the life sciences study disease by ... Instead, we must challenge the cultural beliefs that perpetuate ...

Washington Post-03-Aug-2015
In an excellent brief treatment of the underlying science, Coyne describes a range of current explanations of the natural origins of moral beliefs ...

Nehanda Radio-05-Aug-2015
It is a n aspect central to Christian belief, I respect the decision of those ... Hence Learnmore's postulation that God exists because science can't ...

IAI News-20-Jul-2015
Has it become the new church, with beliefs tended by the faithful and ... John Horgan is a science journalist and director of the Center for ...

Entrepreneur-04-Aug-2015
Our brain uses this information to create our beliefs and perceptions of the world ... This strategy incorporates scientific findings similar to those ...
Daily routines are designed to anchor our goals and values to our thoughts and actions. When our behavior doesn't align with the values we have for our careers, relationships, health and wealth, we usually feel out of sorts. 
Dispenza explains how our brains form these beliefs. He explains that, "Every time we learn something new, we make new circuits in the brain. Learning is making a new connection in the brain. Memory is maintaining or sustaining those connections -- keeping them alive. And the only way that we maintain and sustain connections in the brain is by repetition." 
So, we are left with three questions: How can we create a new and positive experience that will produce new circuits in the brain? How can we make it emotional so our brain remembers it? And how can we repeat it so that those circuits become the sustainable memories which our brain references going forward? If we can accomplish these three things, we will be able to override old patterns and install new ones focused on what we truly want. 

Savitri Era of those who adore, Om Sri Aurobindo & The Mother.
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LOONY TUNES NO. 120 - 1 *Oscar Williams-Grut* posts on *Business Insider* (3 Aug) HERE *The second phenomenon is the **insane level of government intervention in the markets**. ...

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Save Mirambika: Puneet vandalized the protest banners again this morning -He then went on to lecture on the benefits of meditation. What a PJ!

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The Interrupted Irruption of Time: Towards an Integral Cosmology, with Help From Bergson and Whitehead (Abstract for Gebser Society Conference @ CIIS October 16-18, 2015) - My paper for the Jean Gebser Society conference being held at the California Institute of Integral Studies the weekend of October 16th was accepted. Title:...


A few years ago, a fad began to rise in the public policy arena. It was called 'behavioural economics'. Although it had ABSOLUTELY nothing to do with economics, it claimed to be its branch. Some so-called 'economists' started touting 'remedies' like 'Nudge'.
Also an extract from a reader's review of his book, Risk Savvy: How to Make Good Decisions:
"he gently admonishes the concept of nudging (whose most prominent faces are Richard Thaler and Cass Sunstein) by writing, "As a general policy, coercing and nudging people like a herd of sheep instead of making them competent is not a promising vision of democracy" [Source]


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