As a child god, it is believed that he was respected and loved by all the other gods. However, there is a belief that says they sometimes did not like to see this cute god at functions; the reason being his unsatisfied appetite. It is believed in mythology that in every function he attended in the Devaloka (place where gods live), he would eat excessively. … [Read more...] about Do You Know What Many People Believe About The Changing Moon Phases?
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In this method of care, the dialysate is placed in the belly through the catheter that will draw waste and fluid from the blood. When PD starts, the solution with salt and other additives flow from a bag through the tube into the abdomen. Once the bag is empty, the patient can remove the catheter from the bag and put a cap on it, so that they can move around to do normal activities. The dialysate, when it is inside the abdomen, absorbs extra fluids and wastes from the body. … [Read more...] about Home-based Peritoneal Dialysis Can Help Address Problems Of Kidney Patients
2. Stay In The Present Moment. Introduce new calming practices that help you to stay in the present moment—such as mindful meditation, yoga, deep breathing, tai chi, massage—activate your parasympathetic nervous system (your rest and digest response) which offsets your sympathetic nervous system (fight-or-flight response) with the potential to reshape nerve cells and change the way your brain works. Brain scans at Harvard and UCLA show that regular practice of mindfulness meditation minimizes brain shrinkage and cognitive decline and builds thicker neural tissues in the prefrontal cortex. Once beefed up, your gray matter sharpens attention, amps up your immune system, neutralizes the pandemic hotheaded reaction and heightens compassion, automatically shifting you into calm, clarity and centeredness. The more mindfully you can stay in the present moment, the more automatic balance you bring between your sympathetic nervous and parasympathetic nervous systems. … [Read more...] about The Pandemic Changes Your Brain Even If You Don’t Have It
“It wasn’t working trying to decide what was most important. Each thing was important in its own way. I was about to throw in the towel and then I had an inspiration. I decided that I would take ‘simple’ to mean just showing up. I would just go to my designated daily practice space in the spare bedroom and do whatever needed doing on that day. I would just go there and stay put for an hour. … [Read more...] about The Simpler Your Daily Practice, the Better
At first glance, the injunction to be humble does not sound very attractive. It seems to be in conflict with our current valorization of self-esteem and self-worth, and to contradict the ubiquitous personal development advice that we should celebrate our achievements and take pride in ourselves. But humility does not mean meekness, and neither does it equate to weakness. In fact, this ancient virtue has nothing to do with adopting a self-effacing or submissive doormat mentality and is not to be mistaken simply for low self-esteem. Rather, humility is a form of spiritual modesty that is triggered by an understanding of our place in the order of things. … [Read more...] about The Art of Humility