In the Universe, it is the same fundamental laws that govern every process. Once we understand its uniformity, we easily recognize it in every manifestation of the human experience. For example, consider the close relationship between human behavior and the periodic table of elements, thus spirituality and science. Everything in our physical world is comprised … Continue reading UNIVERSAL LAW IN SCIENCES AND HUMAN BEHAVIOR￼
Emotions are the soul's taste buds it uses in part to interpret the flavors of an experience. It is through and in our emotions that we discover our true soul-beliefs, our subconscious concepts. So no matter what we think or contemplate with our day-conscious thoughts, the deep emotions that flow from the soul in response … Continue reading Reflections on emotions
Computers are comprised of hardware and software. Hardware is the wiring, physical components, and frame of the computer. But software is the finer program used to operate the hardware. Electricity interacts with the hardware and specific codes to produce the software. The brain and mind are similar. The brain is the hardware, but the mind … Continue reading What is the mind?
Today, the world of stocks and investments has mostly become a shadowland of complexity that hides confusion and greed behind elaborate financial terms. But whenever something is inherently not simple, something is wrong. The purpose of business is to deliver a product or service that provides value. The outcome of value is the money. Investment … Continue reading Behind investments today
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=daqYZepxUBI&feature=youtu.be I sent you reap that whereon ye bestowed no labor! What does this mean? Since we cannot properly use what we do not understand, having any misunderstanding of the teachings of Jesus will cause us to live inwardly apart from their true meaning. But since spiritual values can only be gained through lively application, … Continue reading Food for Thought: I sent you to reap that whereon ye bestowed no labor!
The reason the same quality we exhibit affects us more when we see it in others is that we do not offer others the same consideration (or excuses) we give ourselves. For example, when we act irritably or rudely, we subconsciously excuse ourselves or mitigate our actions by creating a storyline in our heads such … Continue reading Life as a mirror
In class I explained to my students the physiology of human expressions. There is the human brain (hardware) that produces the mind/intellect (software). Then there are the natural instincts of the body, which are innate biological responses to the physical environment. When the mind through thoughts assigns a definite meaning to instincts, feelings are produced. … Continue reading How are instincts and emotions related?
Every year on October 31, people observe "All hallow's eve", also known as Halloween. Today, the main characteristic today is one of gore, darkness, fear, frivolity and other base things. But why do we choose to express darkness and fear instead of light and beauty? To answer this question, consider the following points: 1. Halloween … Continue reading Why the fear and darkness during Halloween?
What is a leader? And how do they emerge? A leader is the plant that grows from the soil of the people. As the composition and condition of the soil determines the quality of the plant, so does the condition of a people determine the quality of the leader that emerges from them. It is … Continue reading A people can only elect their own consciousness!
The Law of Equilibrium is the preserver and guarantor of health and order, and upholder of the Universe. We find it in all things big and small; e.g. balance of stars and globes in the pursuit of their respective courses, balance between inhaling and exhaling, food-intake and waste-elimination, etc. Where there is imbalance, affliction and … Continue reading The law of balance in life