Consciousness and Mind as Equals
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
2w ago
The relationship between consciousness and mind is a complex and debated topic in philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience. While some may equate consciousness with the mind, others argue they are distinct concepts. Consciousness generally refers to being aware of and able to perceive one’s surroundings, thoughts, emotions, and experiences. On the other hand, spiritual awareness is the subject or energy force that creates a field of consciousness. As a result, consciousness becomes the objective of the subject of awareness, which, after emerging from the nondual primordial awareness, the mind ..read more
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Essence of the Spirit in Spirituality
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
1M ago
In our relentless pursuit of progress in the material realm, the mysteries of life often remain unexplored. Please note this academic article is more for earnest spiritual seekers and will require multiple readings to grasp the sum and substance. We usually use terms like Spiritualism, Spiritual, Spirit, Spirituality, and Soul as if they mean the same, yet their distinct and independent meaning and understanding still eludes many. It’s crucial to understand that the essence of spiritual-ness lies not in adherence to religious rituals, self-help, unquestioning beliefs, or cultural norms. It is ..read more
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Mastering the Art of Listening
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
1M ago
Listening is an often overlooked yet profoundly impactful skill in the hustle of modern life. In today’s noisy world, it seems everyone is speaking, but few are genuinely listening. What does it mean to “just listen”? It involves more than hearing words; it requires giving someone your undivided attention, free from judgment or interruption. It’s about ensuring the speaker feels acknowledged and understood. The Power of Listening in Modern Life Why is listening so vital? It forms the foundation of all meaningful human connections. By listening, we affirm others’ feelings and experiences, show ..read more
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Science of Happiness
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
1M ago
Happiness is a complex emotional state characterized by contentment, joy, satisfaction, and well-being. Although we describe it as an enjoyable experience, it can also involve a sense of purpose and fulfillment in life. While relationships, accomplishments, and material possessions can affect happiness, internal factors such as positivity, productivity, mindset, and spiritual factors also play a significant role. Some people seek happiness in major events or achievements, while others find joy in everyday life’s small pleasures and moments. Additionally, happiness is a highly subjective and i ..read more
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Unveiling Mental Pollution
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
1M ago
In today’s fast-paced world, the term “mental pollution” has emerged to encapsulate the subtle yet significant deterioration of the mind due to various detrimental factors. Unlike visible environmental pollution, mental pollution silently creeps into our lives, affecting our well-being and quality of life. Let’s embark on an in-depth exploration of this phenomenon: The Silent Assailant: Identifying the Causes and Effects of Mental Pollution Mental pollution encompasses the degradation or contamination of the mind caused by stress, negativity, worry, repetitive thinking, and harmful thought pa ..read more
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Unleashing Your Personal Power
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
2M ago
Personal power is an innate force residing within us, waiting to be acknowledged, nurtured, and unleashed. The essence propels us forward, creates our individuality, and allows us to adjust to life’s challenges with resilience and determination. This blog will delve into personal power, explore ways to tap it, and discuss how it can transform our lives. Understanding Personal Power: Nurturing Inner Strength and Authenticity Personal power is not about dominating others or exerting control over external circumstances. Instead, it’s about harnessing our inner strength, confidence, and authentic ..read more
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THE CONCEPT OF NOTHINGNESS
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
3M ago
The concept of “nothingness” was first introduced by the Vedas during the prehistoric era, which delved into the philosophical and metaphysical inquiries concerning existence and non-being. It probes the essence of existence, the gap, and the absence of being, revealing the nature of all transient and interconnected phenomena. This theory introduces a profound notion: our perceived reality is merely an endless “library” of temporary realities, ultimately equating to “Nothing” as a collective whole. Paradoxically, everything we perceive arises from this nothingness and goes back into it. The c ..read more
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The Spiritual Path
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
3M ago
Without any doubt, we humans are the most advanced, aware, and enlightened among all living creatures. On top of all that, besides achieving tremendous technological, biological, and digital advances, we exploit and destroy nature from land and sea to air. All because the mind drifts excessively toward the material side, identifying and attaching egoistically to all we can accumulate rather than balancing the mind with spiritual insight. Our phenomenal minds have enabled us to create the divine and the devil, discover from the stars to the subatomic particles, and, of course, now we have arti ..read more
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What Are Thoughts? – 2
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
3M ago
Knowing that you can observe, witness, and become aware of your thoughts conveys that you are beyond thoughts. They exist within the extent of your awareness, appearing as and when you feel connected with the world around you. Since you are apart from thoughts, you are that observer and watcher of your thoughts.  The Nature of Thoughts: Understanding the Observer Within Thoughts occur in three different stages; first, when you observe your mind at any moment, your thoughts are choice-less and instinctively spontaneous. Second, after the mind becomes aware, it becomes conscious; thoughts ..read more
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What Are Thoughts?  – 1
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by poniaajay@gmail.com
3M ago
Scientifically, when packets of light energy called photons stimulate the retina of the eyes, a chain of events takes place. Billions of neurons carrying electric signals pass on information from one to another, which the mind later represents through thoughts. When the mind responds to any stimulus, such as images from our optic nerve or sounds from our auditory nerves, it establishes a perception we experience as thought. It is unknown from where all the information originates and how the mind experiences it. It is deeply philosophical, has all the answers, and is not related to any coding ..read more
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