Wednesday, December 31, 2008
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Sunday, December 28, 2008
Saturday, December 27, 2008
Neuroscientists have well established that the brain has a highly robust and well-developed capacity to change in response to environmental demands, a process called plasticity.
This involves creating and strengthening some neuronal connections and weakening or eliminating others.
The degree of modification depends on the type of learning that takes place, with long-term learning leading to more profound modification.
It also depends on the period of learning, with infants experiencing extraordinary growth of new synapses. But a profound message is that plasticity is a core feature of the brain throughout life.
"Understanding the Brain: The Birth of a Learning Science" Page 13
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Friday, December 26, 2008
- Be positive. Don't embarrass, insult or make fun of your child. Compliment him or her.
- Be honest. If you do something wrong, admit it and apologize.
- Be trusting. Let your child makes choices and take responsibility.
- Be reliable. Keep promises that you make. Show your child that you mean what you say.
- Be fair. Listen to your child's side of the story before reaching a conclusion.
- Be polite. Use 'please' and 'thank you.' Knock before entering your child's room.
- Be a good listener.
- Give your child your full attention.
More Respect Tactics
When you set rules at home, explain to your child why the rule is important. For example, if you have a rule that says 'No taking of dinner in front of the TV,' do explain that this is because dinner time is the time for everyone to get together, catch up on what has happened during the talk, to talk and to show care and love for one another in the family.
• Teach your children to respect themselves. Self-respect is one of the most important forms of respect. Once we respect ourselves, it is easier to respect others.
• Help them set and achieve goals. Their self-respect will skyrocket when they see themselves achieving those goals.
• Encourage honesty and integrity. Let your children know that they may be able to fool some people, but they can't fool themselves. There is no pride in stealing, cheating or lying.
• Your opinion means a lot to your children. If you believe your children can succeed, they will believe they can as well. Build their independence. Give them responsibilities as soon as they can handle them.
• Most importantly, show love! Say "I Love You" often, and give plenty of hugs and kisses. If your child makes a mistake, remind them that they are still loved.
Tuesday, December 23, 2008
Management and relaxation skills
Chronic stress can lead to a variety of health and emotional problems. Yoga is an effective method to reduce stress and anxiety. See how to get started.
Your kids are demanding the latest video game, your boss wants that report done yesterday, and your partner wants to know what's for dinner. Stress and anxiety are everywhere. If they're getting the best of you, you might want to make like a downward-facing dog or a cobra and try yoga.
Yoga's series of postures
— sometimes named for mammals, fish or reptiles
— and controlled breathing exercises have become a popular means of stress management and relaxation.
Today, yoga classes teaching the art of breathing, meditation and posing are offered nearly everywhere — from trendy health clubs in big cities to community education classes in small towns. If you're looking for more do-it-yourself techniques for a calmer, more peaceful attitude, see how to get started with yoga.
Understanding yoga /
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Yoga has many styles, forms and intensities. But hatha yoga, in particular, may be a good choice for stress management. This style of yoga is designed to encourage a calmer mind, along with improved flexibility.
Beginning with hatha yoga
Regardless of which type of yoga you practice, you don't have to do every pose your instructor demonstrates. If a pose is uncomfortable or you can't hold it as long as the instructor requests, don't do it. Good instructors will understand and encourage you not to exceed your personal limits. Spend time sitting quietly, breathing deeply until your instructor moves the class on to another pose that's more comfortable for you.
Through yoga, you learn to control your breathing by paying attention to it. Your instructor might ask you to take deep, loud breaths as you concentrate on your breathing. Other breathing techniques involve paying attention to your breath as it moves into your body and fills your lungs, or alternately breathing through one nostril.
Gaining stress relief and other health benefits from yoga
As you learn and refine new poses
Management of chronic health conditions.
The breathing and relaxation methods used in yoga might help you if you have asthma, carpal tunnel syndrome, depression, low back pain, multiple sclerosis, osteoarthritis of the knees or memory problems.
Yoga can also be helpful when combined with other treatments for heart disease and high blood pressure. Yoga, when combined with a vegetarian diet, aerobic exercise and medication, has reduced cardiovascular disease rates and blood pressure levels. However, yoga is not a substitute for traditional medical care and treatment.
If you're overweight, yoga may help you make the healthy lifestyle changes necessary to drop those extra pounds.
Yoga classes tailored for older adults can help them stay steady on their feet and avoid falls and hip fractures.
Coping with cancer.
People with cancer and their caregivers who practice yoga may improve their quality of life and sleep better at night.
Alzheimer's caregiver stress and fatigue.
Yoga practice may help family caregivers by boosting their mood and improving their ability to cope and manage stress.
While you shouldn't expect yoga to cure you, it can help some health conditions when combined with treatment recommended by your doctor. And if you already enjoy good health, yoga can be an enjoyable supplement to your regular exercise routine.
Monday, December 22, 2008
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Years ago, footage emerged from a remote village in India.
The video shows a young girl receiving surgery to separate her fingers, which were badly burned and fused together.
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Tuesday, December 16, 2008
Friday, December 12, 2008
What happens when we are under tension?
When we are under physical threat the body naturally tenses up certain muscles in order to protect itself. It basically hunches and curls up into a ball to protect vulnerable areas and expose the better-protected ones.
These are the muscles that tense up under stress:
- We tend to frown- We tend to clench our jaws
So how do we relax these muscles?
In order to relax the muscles that tense up under stress we need to move
Here are some relaxation exercises to release tension:-
The ideal way to start learning these exercises is to lie flat on your back.
source from: http://ezinearticles.com/
The HR manager interviewed him then watched him cleaning the floor as a test.
“You are employed.” He said.” Give me your e-mail address and I’ll send you the application to fill in, as well as date when you may start.”
The man replied “But I don’t have a computer, neither an email.”
I’m sorry”, said the HR manager, “If you don’t have an email, that means you do not exist. And who doesn’t exist, cannot have the job.”
He repeated the Operation three times, and returned home with $60.
The man realized that he can survive by this Way, and started to go everyday earlier, and return late.
5 years later , the man is one of the biggest food retailers in the US .
He called an insurance broker, and chose a protection plan. When the conversation was concluded, the broker asked him his email. The man replied,
Moral of the story:
M1 - Internet is not the solution to your life.
Thursday, December 11, 2008
Monday, December 8, 2008
by Adithya K.
The brain is essential to human life, and when the brain dies, the entire physical body dies with it. Even in deep sleep the brain is active and aware, and able to direct functions as and when necessary. For example, the brain may create a fearful dream to wake you up if your body is threatened by danger, such as a lack of oxygen due to a difficulty in breathing. The central function of the human brain is awareness. Awareness is required to know things like boundaries, size, limits, identifications, and the sense of self and the sense of the other. Awareness itself has no intrinsic size, boundary limits, or any other attributes of its own. Awareness is required to know all attributes, but awareness itself can be nothing but just plain awareness. That is the pure awareness of meditation.
We experience everything in our brain: sound, vision, smell, taste, touch, temperature, pleasure, pain, reason, emotion. Everything we feel and see are signals presented inside the brain, from neuron to neuron, in a web of billions of brain cells. When you look at images of distant stars and galaxies, those pictures are formed inside us, not outside of us. When you realign your focus on the background of consciousness during meditation, you clearly see that all outside images are really inside images.
The sensation *I am body* is itself an effort of the brain. Brain is our intimate personal reality, not the body. The brain is able to conjure up the idea of the body by repeated practice and focus. The brain can easily convince itself of being anything it wants. After all, there is no one else inside you to question it. The brain is the one that says “I am this!,” as well as being the final arbitrator of its own validity.
Some may focus on a flower and convince themselves that they have experienced "flower consciousness." Others go further and convince themselves that they are a great savior, saint, or a heroic world leader. Given enough focus and practice, the brain can convince itself of anything, because the brain is the final judge and jury of our perception of reality. Thus, we all live in different brain worlds of our own creation. When those brain worlds collide, conflict and wars arise.
The feeling of solidity of the body is generated by the brain constantly sending and receiving signals to and from different organs. The more frequent and stronger the signals, the more solid the body feels. Mediation is a way to relax the brain and quiet down its constant communication with the body and reduce the frequency of thoughts. As the brain relaxes and creates less activity and noise, the feeling *I am the body* starts to dissolve.
Scientists now understand through functional magnetic resonance imaging scans (fMRI scans) that the part of the brain which gives us a sense of location in time and space is less active during intense meditation. With no sense of location, consciousness loses its boundaries and subjectively feels infinite and timeless. The body may seem to completely disappear, leaving only pure consciousness in its place. That is death of the 'I.' During deep dreamless sleep, the same dissolution of the 'I' happens, but there is no consciousness to experience it.
The feeling of clutter we often feel inside ourselves is the brain working too hard, thinking too many thoughts. The pragmatic working brain requires concentration on the utilitarian tasks of life. In meditation, peace and relaxation rule, and the brain doing nothing expands its sense of being into the whole universe. Only the core, essential life saving functions of the brain continue during the deepest meditation.
Stress is the brain’s attempt to drive the body from one situation to another desired situation through the pathway of time. Thus, if you end desire, the acceptance of *what is* brings an end to stress and creates the sensation of eternal timelessness. When the brain uproots its self-created need to do work, there is total relaxation and peace. Finally, the brain is at ease and resting in its essential being.
Contentment is happiness. Joy is the content of the brain full of energy. Oneness and love come when the brain stops continuously promoting the sensation of *I am this.* Bliss flows automatically when the brain loses any narrow sense of self-identification. What is left is billions of neurons flowering energy in the brain's primordial form. When the brain perceives no feelings of subject and object, the brain experiences an indescribable fullness and emptiness. Devoid of object, yet full of energy, the brain goes deeper than the sensation of *I am.* There is no what, no which, no how, and no where. As Hindus have said, "not this, not that."
Some may renounce the ordinary life and sacrifice job, society, and everything that requires effort to experience the depths of meditation. Reclusive monks and sadhus may prefer to sit in caves rather than make the brain work more than what they feel is necessary. Those who go deep in meditation often proclaim to the world that they are "enlightened," but that enlightenment is simply a brain gifted with the ability to consciously remain at rest. Mediation then becomes their default state rather than a practice and effort. The identity dissolution of deep sleep now pervades all their waking hours. Relaxation, peace, and joy are the natural rewards of continuous meditation.
The brain stresses and pushes the body and society to achieve its goals. The brain must constantly remember its goals in order to know what action is needed to accomplish its agenda through the pathway of time. The brain may resent the present moment, the *what is now,* because it has not yet achieved its victory which is different from reality in its present form. When desire drops, so does the goal, the struggle, the conflict, and the dissatisfaction. With no more fighting against the *what is now,* there is no expectation from life and no agenda. This ends what Siddhartha Gautama called "dukkha." Even after all of this, however, the brain is still just a brain.
* Dukkha (Pa li; Sanskrit: du? kha) roughly corresponds to sorrow, suffering, affliction, pain, anxiety, dissatisfaction, discomfort, anguish, stress, misery, and aversion.
Saturday, December 6, 2008
In January 1977, at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, Shakuntala Devi extracted the 23rd root of a 201-digit number, at the fifty-second mark, with the correct answer being '546372891'. She had beaten the then fastest computer, UNIVAC's time of 62 seconds, and 13,000 instructions.
On 18th June, 1980, Shakuntala Devi demonstrated the multiplication of two 13-digit numbers: '7,686,369,774,870 x 2,465,099,745,779', picked randomly by the Computer Department of Imperial College, London. She produced the correct answer of '18,947,668,177,995,426,462,773,730', in just 28 seconds.
Shakuntala could find the cube root of 332 812 557 in under a minute.
Today Shakunatala Devi is an accomplished mathematician whose interests also include the mystic field of Astrology. While setting up of several mathematics research centers are her future plans, Shakuntala Devi has also written numerous books, some of which are - Puzzles to Puzzle You, Fun with Numbers, Astrology for you and Math ablity.
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Wednesday, December 3, 2008
1. No Breakfast
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Tuesday, November 25, 2008
Sunday, November 23, 2008
One of the most excellent mechanisms in our world is our mind Even our modern science is unable to describe or define the whole of our mind, they all are defined many perspectives of our mind but not yet, as a total of it, or as a whole of our mind. They all reached to some extent, beyond a point they are unable to go and define the total. Because the mind is such, to understand or to define, It is because no one is properly taped the potentiality of our mind, not only that, if one need to understand the mind, he/she has to use their mind, and hence this understanding itself is limited, and if, really one want to know means, one has to go beyond one step forward or higher than one’s own mind, so that you can see your mind from outside as a outsider, that may lead you to focus and understand your mind completely. If, one realized all the truth about one’s own mind, and then only at least he or she is able to explain a bit or whole about it. We, so called Homo sapiens reached or trying to reach everywhere, the moon, the mars and trying to reach many other far away planets in the cosmos and to some extent we are capable of reaching the far and beyond, But as far as our own mind is concerned, it is still seems to be untouched or unreachable to the whole. So that motivates us to study more about our own mind. With this inspiration We need to study more and more about our mind, it is very much indeed of our today’s world, once we properly understood our own potentiality of our own mind, than what ever we study or learn will have more quality and meaning in it, and whatever we do with that understanding will pulsate with our life energy. We have to touch and reach or taping the overall capacity of our own mind. Then the individual realization will come latter on, but the study or the more study about our mind in all perspectives is urgently needed. Let it be - psychological, philosophical, and spiritual, sceintifical, social, historical, cultural, religious, let it be anything, each and every aspects is, as important as the mind is concerned.
Friday, November 21, 2008
JUST EXPLORE YOU WITHIN.
'SOONER OR LATTER IT WILL LEAD YOU REALISE YOUR OWN-SELF.'
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
Sunday, November 16, 2008
Friday, November 14, 2008
Can u find the B (there are 2B's)? DON'T skip or your wish wont come true...
Wednesday, November 12, 2008
An excellent manager taps into talents and resources in order to support and bring out the best in others. An outstanding manager evokes possibility in others.
Creativity is what separates competence from excellence. Creativity is the spark that propels projects forward and that captures peoples' attention. Creativity is the ingredient that pulls the different pieces together into a cohesive whole, adding zest and appeal in the process.
The context and structure we work within always have a set of parameters, limitations and guidelines. A stellar manager knows how to work within the structure and not let the structure impinge upon the process or the project. Know the structure intimately, so as to guide others to effectively work within the given parameters. Do this to expand beyond the boundaries.
Intuition is the capacity of knowing without the use of rational processes; it's the cornerstone of emotional intelligence. People with keen insight are often able to sense what others are feeling and thinking; consequently, they're able to respond perfectly to another through their *deeper understanding. * The stronger one's intuition, the stronger manager one will be.
A thorough knowledge base is essential. The knowledge base must be so ingrained and integrated into their being that they become *transparent, * focusing on the employee and what s/he needs to learn, versus focusing on the knowledge base. The excellent manager lives from a knowledge base, without having to draw attention to it.
A manager is committed to the success of the project and of all team members. S/he holds the vision for the collective team and moves the team closer to the end result. It's the manager's commitment that pulls the team forward during trying times.
6. Being Human
Employees value leaders who are human and who don't hide behind their authority. The best leaders are those who aren't afraid to be themselves. Managers who respect and connect with others on a human level inspire great loyalty.
Flexibility and versatility are valuable qualities in a manager. Beneath the flexibility and versatility is an ability to be both non-reactive and not attached to how things have to be. Versatility implies an openness this openness allows the leader to quickly *change on a dime* when necessary. Flexibility and versatility are the pathways to speedy responsiveness.
A stellar manager doesn't just produce outstanding results; s/he has fun in the process! Lightness doesn't impede results but rather, helps to move the team forward. Lightness complements the seriousness of the task at hand as well as the resolve of the team, therefore contributing to strong team results and retention.
9. Discipline/ Focus
Discipline is the ability to choose and live from what one pays attention to. Discipline as 'self-mastery' can be exhilarating! Role model the ability to live from your intention consistently and you'll role model an important leadership quality.
10. Big Picture, Small Actions
Excellent managers see the big picture concurrent with managing the details. Small actions lead to the big picture; the excellent manager is skillful at doing both: think big while also paying attention to the details.
Tuesday, November 11, 2008
COMMUNICATION IS JUST AN ART.
A SMALL COMMA IS ALSO VERY IMPORTANT. ONE CAN NOT IGNORE IT.THE EXPRESSIONS ARE VARY AS PER THE INDIVIDUALS.EACH INDIVIDUAL AMONG US IS UNIQUE IN THEIR OWN WAY,THEIR VIEW,ATTITUDE,VISION ARE DIFFERENT FROM ONE ANOTHER.WHEN ONE FAILS IN COMMUNICATING WITH OTHER, WHAT HE/SHE REALLY NEED TO CONVEY TO THE OTHER PERSON NEED TO FIT HIMSELF/HERSELF INTO THE ART OF COMMUNICATION.
THE ART OF COMMUNICATION IS HOW TO 'KISS'.
(NOTE:- KISS- Keep It Simple and Short )
Friday, November 7, 2008
- Psychology of Wealth Creation
- Financial Intelligence.
- Introduction to Share Market.
- Know how? On line share trading with ‘ODIN’ Software.
- Technical Analysis for Cash and F&O Segments.
WORKSHOPS FOR THE GROUP OF INDIVIDUALS ARE:-
- Psychology of Change
- NLP –Training
- EFT (Emotional Freedom Techniques)
- Yoga Training and Therapy For Chronic Ailments
- Meditation – ‘The Art of Being Blissful’
- Introduction to Kundalini Energy
- Spiritual Counseling
- Advance Yoga Camp / Retreats for the Seekers
- Soft Skills Training
- The Art of Communication / Essence of Communication
- ' IRM ' (Inner Resource Management)
- Personality Development
- Time Management
- Stress Management
- Effective Goal Settings
And so on.
- Absolute Education
- From Self-Development to National Development
- Super Learning / Learning Skills
- Memory Skills
- How to Overcome Exam Fears?
- Personality Development
- Stress Management
- Yoga Training (Asanas,Pranayama,Meditation and Other Essential Teachings)
And so on.
Sunday, November 2, 2008
· Business is made up of ambiguous victories and nebulous defeats.Claim them all as victories.
· Keep track of what you do; someone is sure to ask.
· Be comfortable around managers, or learn to fake it.
· Never bring your boss a problem without some solution.
· You are getting paid to think, not to whine.
· Long hours don't mean anything; results count, not effort.
· Write down ideas; they get lost, like good pens.
· Always arrive at work 30 minutes before your boss.
· Help other people network for jobs. You never know when your turn will come.
· Don't take days off sick-unless you are.
· Assume no one can/will keep a secret.
· Know when you do your best-morning, night, under pressure, relaxed; schedule and prioritize your work accordingly.
· Treat everyone who works in the organization with respect and dignity, whether it be the cleaner or the managing director. Don't ever be patronizing.
· Never appear stressed in front of a client, a customer or your boss. Take a deep breath and ask yourself: In the course of human events, how important is this?
· If you get the entrepreneurial urge, visit someone who has his own business. It may cure you.
· Acknowledging someone else's contribution will repay you doubly.
· Career planning is an oxymoron. The most exciting opportunities tend to be unplanned.
· Always choose to do what you'll remember ten years from now.
· The size of your office is not as important as the size of your pay cheque.
· Understand what finished work looks like and deliver your work only when it is finished.
· The person who spends all of his or her time is not hard-working; he or she is boring.
· Know how to write business letters-including thank-you notes as well as proposals.
· Never confuse a memo with reality. Most memos from the top are political fantasy..
· Eliminate guilt. Don't fiddle expenses, taxes or benefits, and don't cheat colleagues.
· Reorganizations mean that someone will lose his or her job.Get on the committee that will make the recommendations.
· Job security does not exist. Always have an answer to the question, "What would I do if I lost my job tomorrow?"
· Go to the company Christmas party. But Don't get drunk at the company party.
· Avoid working at weekends. Work longer during the week if you have to.
· The most successful people in business are interesting.
· Sometimes you'll be on a winning streak and everything will click; take maximum advantage. When the opposite is true, hold steady and wait it out.
· Never in your life say, "It's not my job."
· Be loyal to your career, your interests and yourself.
· Understand the skills and abilities that set you apart. Use them whenever you have an opportunity.
· People remember the end of the project. As they say in boxing,
Friday, October 31, 2008
- Duke University researchers say if you do these simple-but somewhat weird-exercises regularly, you'll keep your brain nimble and ready for new challenges.
· Use your non-dominant hand as you go through your morning rituals, such as combing or styling your hair, getting dressed, brushing your teeth, and making your breakfast.
· Close your eyes as you shower and use your sense of touch to locate your soap and wash yourself. Your brain must then rely on your other four senses to complete the task.
· Turn the pictures on your desk or shelves upside down.
· Experience new sights and sounds by going to a new ethnic or farmer's market or bakery.
· When you travel abroad, immerse yourself completely in unfamiliar surroundings. For example, go to a small town where no one speaks your language, try new foods, and stay in a local bed-and-breakfast.
· Other neurobics activities you can do that break up your mental routine include rearranging your living, office, or desk space or take a different route to work or the mall.
Wednesday, October 29, 2008
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The phaonmneal pweor of the hmuan mnid, aoccdrnig to a rscheearch atCmabrigde Uinervtisy, it dseno't mtaetr in waht oerdr the ltteres in awrod are, the olny iproamtnt tihng is taht the frsit and lsat ltteer bein the rghit pclae. The rset can be a taotl mses and you can sitll raedit whotuit a pboerlm. Tihs is bcuseae the huamn mnid deos not raedervey lteter by istlef, but the wrod as a wlohe. Azanmig huh? yaeh andI awlyas tghuhot slpeling was ipmorantt! .
SEE THE BRAIN FUNCTIONS.THE BRAIN IS ONE OF THE MOST AMZING MECHANISM OF THE WORLD ALL THE TIME.THE BRAIN HAS MANY ABILITIES.THIS ABOVE IS ONE OF THE EXAMPLES.
Saturday, October 25, 2008
1. What programming language is GOOGLE developed in ?
Google is written in Asynchronous java-script and XML, or its acronym Ajax.
2. What is the expansion of YAHOO?
Yet Another Hierarchy of Officious Oracle .
3. What is the expansion of ADIDAS ?
ADIDAS- All Day I Dream About Sports
4. Expansion of Star as in Star TV Network?
Satellite Television Asian Region
5. What is expansion of "ICICI?
" Industrial credit and Investments Corporation of India
6. What does "baker's dozen" signify?
A baker's dozen consists of 13 items - 1 more than the items in a normal dozen
7. The 1984-85 season. 2nd ODI between India and Pakistan at Sialkot - India 210/3 with Vengsarkar 94*. Match abandoned. Why?That match was abandoned after people heard the news of Indira Gandhi being killed
8. Who is the only man to have written the National Anthems for two different countries?
Rabindranath Tagore who wrote national anthem for two different countries one is our 's National anthem and another one is for Bangladesh- (Amar Sonar* *Bangla)
9. From what four word expression does the word `goodbye` derive?
Goodbye comes from the ex-pression: 'god be with you'
10. How was Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu better known?
Agnes Gonxha Bojaxhiu is none other Mother Teresa
11. Name the only other country to have got independence on Aug 15th than India?
12. Why was James Bond Associated with the Number 007 ?
Because 007 is the ISD code for Russia (or the USSR , as it was known during the cold war)
13. Who faced the first ball in the first ever One day match ?
14. Which cricketer played for South Africa before it was banned from international cricket and later represented Zimbabwe ?
15. The faces of which four Presidents are carved at Mt.Rushmore?
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln
16. Which is the only country that is surrounded from all sides by only
one country(other than Vatican)?
Lesotho surrounded from all sides by South Africa
17. Which is the only sport which is not allowed to play left handed?