Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Yoga Tantra

Yoga is freedom. Yoga Tantra is the art of living free. Self expression of absolute freedom feels, looks, sounds, tastes, smells unique for each one of us at any given moment. The ingredients are energy and consciousness and the practice is to fuse both in the alchemy of self realization.

Saturday, November 17, 2012

Meditation Can Prevent Colds and Flu

Forget vitamin C and echinacea. Meditation can prevent colds and flu, according to new research.
Millions of us pop vitamins or herbal remedies as ‘insurance policy’ to stave off colds and flu.
But new research suggests that meditation could be very effective at preventing the winter ailments.
Adults who meditated or did moderately intense exercise for eight weeks suffered fewer colds than those who did nothing, according to a study from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Read more

Tuesday, November 13, 2012

The Nine Steps Taoist Thrusting Method

Taoist sexual practices are the way some Taoists practiced sex. Practitioners believed that by performing these sexual practices, one could stay in good health, and attain longevity. One of these practices was a thrusting method to stimulate, massage, and keep the man's lingam (penis) at an excellent state of readiness. This Taoist thrusting method is called the Nine Steps.

To perform the Nine Steps to perfection, a man must possess great patience and staying power. One complete set of Nine Steps is 180 thrusts, so most men need training to achieve it. However, performing as many thrusts as possible will help the man in his general vitality and his female partner will be ecstatic from the sexual stimulation she receives.

Saturday, November 10, 2012

Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Scientists Find We Can't Empathize and Analyze at the Same Time

New research explains why we have to "get out of our head" in order to connect with people: Scientists find we can't empathize and analyze at the same time.
Even the hardest heart sometimes melts.
Now scientists think they know why.
Research shows that when we put ourselves into someone else’s shoes, the part of the brain used for cold, hard analysis is suppressed.
The finding could explain why even highly-intelligent people get taken in by sob stories. Read more