Thursday, November 8, 2018

Challenge to all religious leaders, Guru, and activists

Why this video has crossed TWO CRORE (27 M) views? 

Because people like to VIOLENCE. 





"Red Dead Redemption 2" allows players to interact with any characters in its vast, open-world environment and fight with GUNS!


What counts as 'gratuitous violence'?

"Red Dead Redemption 2" allows players to interact with any characters in its vast, open-world environment. 

This tsunami of the interactive game is engulfing young people all over the world.

This game culture is a serious challenge to all religious leaders, Guru, and activists. All your preaching about peace has gone down the drain?

These companies have a big budget to invest to create interactive video games to promote violence and fights.

What can you do to stop this 'Gun Culture'?
Your comment will be appreciated.

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Sunday, September 23, 2018

Because Entrepreneurs Dare

The life is an adventure it is not a package tour! 

Challenging experience, a thrilling new adventure, on the treetop, in the heart of nature.



See Post on my Instagram  

The gear was impressive and in all working condition. Gloves were helpful and necessary. 

They gave training, explained rules, and how to operate the “Tweezals” magic engineered equipment.

 Combination of Treetop Obstacle Course and lots of Zip-lines!

https://www.treetopquest.com/buford/


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Friday, August 31, 2018

How to bear other people's deficiencies and idiosyncrasies?

Anupreksha of Tolerance सहिषुण्ता 

How to bear other people's deficiencies and idiosyncrasies?

GOAL: Increases Tolerance. प्रयोग: प्रेक्षा ध्यान  Anupreksha अनुप्रेक्षा Therapeutic Thinking exercise. 

The principle behind the process of change is - tolerance, to endure. The capacity for endurance is necessary for bringing about a change. Without forbearance (सहनशीलता) a man cannot change.  

No discipline (अनुशासन) is possible without the development of tolerance. We try to maintain discipline. We want to inculcate discipline among the students and politicians, among the labourers, and the workers. We want discipline to grow in every sphere. All of us want discipline, but we forget the basic fact that without the development of the power of tolerance, there can be no progress towards discipline. Therefore, all our effort should be directed towards developing the power of tolerance. Only then will discipline flourish.

The development of tolerance is the development of power!

• With this force, it is possible to bear other people's deficiencies (faults) and idiosyncrasies (eccentricities), without losing own control. And deal with situation with maturity. 

The problem of discipline has become very acute today because man has grown to be intolerant. Without tolerance, there can be no growth of discipline. Discipline is only an effect, and the cause thereof is the power of tolerance.

Tolerance implies FORGIVENESS. The question of age does not arise. The elderly people treat the young with forbearance and the young treat their elders likewise. In this mutual forbearance, no obligation is involved; it only inspires respect for oneself.

Above points based on book by Acharya Mahapragya: अमूर्त चिंतन Abstract Thinking.
अनुप्रेक्षा Therapeutic Thinking
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Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Practice Deep Breathing Exercise - दीर्घ स्वाँस प्रयोग


Practice Deep Breathing Exercise - दीर्घ स्वाँस प्रयोग:



Unless you measure, you cannot improve!


COUNT YOUR BREATH.
·         One inhalation and one exhalation is one cycle.
·         Use diaphragm muscle उदरपटल (stomach) for deep breathing.
·         Inhale slowly, letting your chest (Lungs) and lower stomach expand
·         Push stomach inside to exhale, slowly
·         Write in your diary, how many breathe cycles, in one minute.
·         TRY TO REDUCE. MAKE A GOAL.
·         Practice regularly, anywhere any time, any length of time, and it is free

Always breathe through nose.

Gross benefit: Our body needs Oxygen प्राणवायु. All cells in your body need oxygen, which they use to produce energy. This includes neurons. Your brain requires a lot of energy, so it depends on oxygen, which is delivered through the blood. ... Cells produce energy through a process called cellular respiration.

SUBTLE BENEFIT: Helps in controlling impulses and Urges. Deep, slow breathing is strong medicine for anxiety, fear, and ANGER. 
(गुस्सा) और आवेग को क़ाबू में रखने के लिए सहायता मिलेगी।

-      आपका अनुभव शेयर करें | Your feedback will be appreciated.

Glimpse of meditation workshop

We had done many meditation exercises in the Preksha Dhyan Shibir (workshop)



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Friday, August 10, 2018

Two days Meditation Practical Training

Preksha Dhyan Shibir - Two days Meditation Practical Training. 

Learn about not only mental tension but also emotional tensions and related health problems, and proven solutions.

Preksha Dhyan
WHEN? Saturday, 18 August and Sunday 19 August. 
6:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on both days.

Meditation system as mooted by Acharya Shri Tulsi and Acharya Shri Mahapragya. Inspiration and presence of the disciple of Acharya Shri Mahashraman, Muni Jinesh Kumar.

WHERE? Swayamvar Mangal Karyalay, 695/3, Pune Satara Road, Parsanees Colony, Maharshi Nagar, (Next to Aadinath Society), Pune, Maharashtra 411 037, India

Faculty: Jyotindra Zaveri. Meditation trainer with over ten years experience. 

Discusses concepts from the scientific point of view. Whatsapp +91 9552946949.

Your investment: Two days and ₹ 250/- only (includes meals).

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Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Womens Glory Awards -2018 . . . NOW IN PUNE!


“A strong woman believes that she is strong enough to 
face her journey, and a woman of faith believes that it 
is in this journey that she will become strong.”

GREAT NEWS FOR PUNE WOMEN 
ENTREPRENEURS & TRENDSETTERS,

After a grand & successful felicitation Event and a series of coffee 
table books celebrating the women achievers of Hyderabad, Chennai, 
Bangalore and Kerala in “Women Glory” South India, the forum has now 
decided to honour the outstanding women personalities of Pune.

WORLD’S LARGEST NETWORK OF WOMEN ENTREPRENEURS: 
“Women Glory India” brings together innovative and inspiring women 
across the globe to discuss, debate, inspire and turn ideas that matter into 
action. It showcases inspiring journeys of progressive women, 
success stories, and breakthrough dialogue on women in entrepreneurship.

One successful woman from each segment. Selected nominee gets . . . . .
1. Awarded by leading Indian Icons
2. Featured in the Coffee Table Book
3. Networked to other successful Indian women entrepreneurs
4. Promoted through Social Media / Magazines / Newspaper

Till now we have selected a few of such revolutionary trendsetters:





















































You can also get selected ... or you can also nominate.
Womens Glory India is INVITING NOMINATIONS FROM PUNE!

To know more about us:

Please fill-up this form or nominate:

For collaboration /association opportunity
• Email womensgloryindia@gmail.com
• Contact Siddhanth Sonchhatra 9545318201 or 
  Vishal Gupta 9960634349 or 7382010910


Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Can we train ourselves to be happy?

A ‘DOSE’ of happiness can come from the neurotransmitters DOPAMINE, OXYTOCIN, SEROTONIN AND ENDORPHINS

How does happy happen? 

Can we train ourselves to be happy?

Yes... by MEDITATION you can. But understand the SCIENTIFIC reason


It’s all in the brain.
The release of four chemicals in the brain is the reason behind your happiness.

1.
Happiness is a broad term for many feelings and emotions. It can be pleasure, contentment, joy, feeling meaningful etc. You can call dopamine the ‘reward chemical’.
Next is oxytocin - you can call it the ‘cuddle chemical’.
We all love feeling confident and important. 

But before you thank your partner for your good mood, thank serotonin first! It’s the ‘confidence chemical’.
Finally, there are endorphins - the ‘pain killer’.

Science does say that we can take control of our happiness. We can train ourselves to be happy by knowing what makes us feel good and what will release these chemicals.

We do have the capacity to turn bad into good.


The possibility of getting a reward triggers a dopamine release and you feel good. And then again there’s a pleasure kick when you actually win the reward.

Say you’re playing a video game, you’re charged and excited to go to the next level, which is the reward and then you’re doubly excited when you win.

2.

It’s the feeling of trust, closeness and intimacy you have with people you share a good bond with. Two people giggling in love, a baby playing with a dog, a parent with their child - all of that releases oxytocin and makes you feel that cuddly happiness that makes you go aww.

Oxytocin is a neurotransmitter and a hormone that is produced in the hypothalamus. Concentrate on hypothalamus during meditation exercise.

3.

It’s released when you feel significant and worthy. And a lack of serotonin makes you feel lonely and depressed.

4.

Endorphin is the body’s natural morphine. It’s released when we feel physical exertion.

Can We Train Ourselves to be Happy?

That means you focus on positive events in life to feel good.

We’re all trying to find and chase happiness, but at the end of the day science says - it’s more or less in your hands!

In conclusion: You might not have a money tree, but you can have a happiness tree. DOPAMINE, OXYTOCIN, SEROTONIN AND ENDORPHINS hormones are responsible for your happiness. 

Many situations can trigger these neurotransmitters, but instead of being in the passenger seat, there are ways you can intentionally cause them to flow.

Practice Meditation....Concentrate on various psychic-centres and visualise bright colours....Feel good...Enjoy the peace within.

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Saturday, February 3, 2018

Books List by Jain Muni Prof Mahendra Kumar Scientist Philosopher

Books List by Jain Muni Prof Mahendra Kumar Scientist Philosopher

THE ENIGMA OF THE UNIVERSE, this  book was released by Former President of India, Bharat Ratna, A. P. J. Abdul Kalam

See video. Muni Mahendra is seating next to him


List of other Books (worth reading) authored by Jain Muni Prof Mahendra Kumar, Scientist, and Philosopher (my brother)

- He is disciple of Acharya Shri Mahashraman!

  1. Acharya Bhikshu Ke Vicharon ki Prasangikta pub by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun 1992.
  2. Aspects of Jain Monasticism, co- authored by Nathmal Tatia Pub by Today & Tomorrow printers & Publishers, New Delhi.  1984.
  3. Human Body (Part 1) Pub by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun 1982, 1993 (3rd Edition).
  4. Jain Biology co-authored by Shri J. S. Zaveri (my father) Pub by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun 2008.
  5. Light of India (Biography of Acharya Shri Tulsi) Pub by Atma Ram & Sons, Delhi 1960.
  6. Microcosmology: Atom in Jain Philosophy & Modern Science, co-authored by Shri J. S. Zaveri (my father) Pub, by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun 1995 (3rd Edition).
  7. Neuroscience and Karma, co-authored by Shri J. S. Zaveri pub by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun 1994 (2nd Edition).
  8. Preksha Meditation, Pub by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun 1990, 1994, (2nd Edition).
About  the book - The Enigma of the Universe:
Critical Studies and Research in the Metaphysical, Epistemological, Cosmological, Cosmogonical and Mathematical Aspects of the Universe in Jain Philosophy in the Light of Modern Scientific Theories and Western Philosophy.

About the author: Muni Mahendra Kumar holds a distinguished place of honour amongst such scholar-gems. On one hand he has made a deep study of modern science, and on other hand he is an expert of philosophy. He has the same expertise in both the Jain doctrine of syādvāda and the Einsteinian theory of relativity. While presenting the critical discussion of the present-day scientific theories and their philosophical interpretations, the author has elucidated vividly and wonderfully the doctrines of the Jain philosophy regarding the cosmos. 

His scientific and mathematical genius is as sharp as his philosophical insight. For example, he has explicitly shown that finiteness of universe is possible only in infinity of space.

The Enigma of the Universe is published by Jain Vishwa Bharati Ladnun (2010).
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