At the Garbhagriha its a different story. The first to fall are the pillars right at the bottom, below the Garbha griha. They are designed to fall outwards such that they give room to the floor to fall downwards and out giving way to the Shiva Linga and its various elements to fallen through into the sand packing without being harmed or damaged. Once the Shiva Linga has fallen through it, it gets covered by the surrounding sand and then later by the rest of the rubble that crashes down rendering it buried safe till its unearthed at a later date. … [Read more...] about Secrets Beneath The Garbha Griha
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Listen, some people with psychology and related graduate degrees do really well when it comes to income, but no degree program can or should promise that. In my opinion, they shouldn’t even promise financial self-sufficiency. Let’s be honest. Those who do really well are often men who are put into management quickly (the glass escalator effect), private practitioners who are excellent business people, academics who distinguish themselves through their research, those who snagged a great internship (though I had two great internships), and the like. … [Read more...] about The False Promise of Graduate School
If the importance of personal development for physical health seems any less important to you, consider the impact of the popular documentary, "Game Changers," promoting the virtues of a vegan diet. Objectively, "Game Changers" contains a combination of solid nutrition facts, exaggerated or cherry-picked claims, and outright misinformation. Concealed by a scientific-seeming presentation and a star-studded cast, however, few possess the knowledge to tell the good information from the bad. And "Game Changers" is only a recent high-profile example of the same tactics used for decades in the health industry to sell products. Until we make a personal commitment to develop sound knowledge about areas such as nutrition, fitness, and weight loss for ourselves, we risk losing our most valuable possession—health—to the latest P.T Barnum (“there is a sucker born every minute”) of the health industry. … [Read more...] about Fit Dad, Fat Dad
"The ability to stay in the moment when experiencing pain or negative emotions suggests there may be clinical benefits to mindfulness practice in chronic conditions as well—even without long meditation practice," first author Hedy Kober, who is an associate professor of psychiatry and psychology at Yale University, said in a news release. … [Read more...] about Does “Mindful Acceptance” Reduce Pain and Negative Emotions?