A pure mind is a prerequisite in the perusal of self-enquiry. In the Ramana way, a pure mind goes a long way even beyond just following values for an ethical living, because one’s goal is to realise the self beyond leading an ethical life.
Archive for December, 2010
“The sage is like a mirror: he neither sees things off, nor goes out to meet them. He responds to everything without storing anything up. Thus he is never injured through the myriad transformations he undergoes” Confucian Huai Nan Zi Emotions play an essential role in Chinese Medicine. They are of particular importance because the [...]
1. Homeopathy is one of the four most widespread medical systems along with Traditional Chinese Medicine, Herbal Medicine and Conventional Medicine. 2. The Statue of Samuel Hahnemann, MD – the Father of Homeopathy – stands in Washington, D.C. at the intersection of 16th street and Massachusetts Avenue and is one of the few statues of nonpolitical or [...]