sdom as it really is: “This is not mine, this I am not, this is not my self.” Whatever is feeling, whatever is perception, whatever are habitual tendencies, whatever is consciousness, past, future, present, subjective or objective, gross or subtle, mean or excellent, whether it is far or near — all should be seen by perfect intuitive wisdom as it really is“This is not mine, this I am not, this is not my self.”
Buddha Gautama (born 563 B.C.)
rtant documentaries ever made, and people will watch this and be angered and say "this can't continue, something needs to change" but nothing will change, this will go and on and our patience will run out with governments and the so called banksters.
I don't believe this will have a happy ending, the rich will get richer and the less fortunate will become poorer.
Just look at what people power has done in Egypt and Libya.…
space beyond is both pure and revered. On the ground a pace inside the gateway we have placed the Chiriana [dust hole], where one may dispose of mental dust/rubbish, such as selfish desires, before embarking on ones journey round the garden.
Winding paths lead from the entrance past the water garden to other..., and the element of mystery created reflects the mystery of the universe which we may contemplate whilst walking or sitting in one of the seating areas placed around the garden. This journey is a physical and sensory experience. Our eyes follow the stone paths, our ears hear the sound of our footsteps on the gravel and we feel connected to the earth. The canopy provided by the old willows creates an enclosed, sheltered, protected space in which we feel comfortable and relaxed. Water reflects the sky and the sound of running water stimulates our awareness of being alive, of being connected to the universe. In this calm yet vital environment we are able to examine our inner feelings and understand them.
Our senses offer a gateway to our inner being. As the pathways interconnect so the streams flow above and below ground, disappearing in one place to reappear further along, and the dry riverbeds of summer glisten and run during the wetter periods.
–1945 McClintock planted corn kernels that were self-pollinated, meaning
that the flowers were pollinated by the silk of their own plant. These kernels came from a long
line of plants that had been self-pollinated, causing broken arms on the end of their ninth
chromosome. As the maize plants began to grow, McClintock noted unusual colour patterns on
the leaves. For example, one leaf had two albino patches of almost identical size, located side
by side on the leaf. McClintock hypothesized that during cell division certain cells lost genetic
material, while others gained what they had lost. However, when comparing the chromosomes
of the current generation of plants and their parent generation, she found certain parts of the
chromosomes had switched positions on the chromosome. She disproved the popular genetic
theory of the time that genes were fixed in their position on a chromosome. McClintock found
that genes could not only move, but they could also be turned on or off due to certain
environmental conditions or during different stages of cell development. McClintock also
showed that gene mutations could be reversed. McClintock presented her report on her
findings in 1951, and published an article on her discoveries in Genetics in November 1953
entitled, ″Induction of Instability at Selected Loci in Maize.″ Her work would be largely
dismissed and ignored until the late 1960s-1970s when it would be rediscovered after
TEs were found in bacteria. She was awarded a Nobel Prize in Medicine or Physiology in 1983
for her discovery of TEs, more than thirty years after her research and initial discovery.
TEs are more common than usually thought. Approximately 90% of
maize genome is made up of TEs, and 50% in the human genome.…
ognising reincarnation is an authentic mode of investigation based on people's
recollection of their past lives. Explaining that he was no superhuman, the Dalai Lama, known for
his simplicity and typical jovial style, said: "I am just a simple Buddhist monk. I try to do my
best all the time. I am 80 years old now and I have lived my entire life practising the
knowledge and I will continue to practise it till I am physically able."
Thousands of Tibetan exiles, foreigners and Indian dignitaries joined in the birthday
celebrations here. Crowds began to assemble since morning at the temple for the birthday
celebrations. "Special prayer sessions were held for the perfect health and long life of our
spiritual leader the Dalai Lama," Tsering Wangchuk, a spokesperson for the Central Tibetan