In Part 2 on this show, we interview world-renown vedic mathematics expert from Australia, Jain 108 on the divine proportion of the universe, the golden mean, or the phi ratio. Jain will be explaining the mathematics of nature so that we may fully understand our interconnectedness to our universe.
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In the inaugural show of The Spirit of Science, Ahana and Daniel interview world-renown vedic mathematic expert from Australia, Jain 108 on the divine proportion of the universe, the golden mean, or the phi ratio. Jain, who has written several books on vedic mathematics and sacred geometry, spends some time in explaining the mathematics of nature so that we may fully understand our interconnectedness to our universe.
When one embarks into meditation for whatever reasons or purpose one has in mind, one is unknowingly putting herself into a new mental concept that will bring about a field of uncharted experiences. Just as medication can brings about different results to the body, various kinds of meditation techniques too can and will draw in different mental results to the meditator.
In this episode on the Omnilight, Kum Gheng speak to Nadia Wang, Access Consciousness Certified Facilitator, Kinesiologist and Medical Qigong Master from Melbourne, Australia. Access is to create a world of consciousness and oneness. Consciousness includes everything and judges nothing.
Freedom is a precious gift which promises an experience of liberation and a feeling of no limits as if the earth, the skies and the seas are at one’s service. One of the greatest aspirations in the world today is to be free.
Silence teaches us how to listen, how to develop an openness to everyone. As I listen I receive, as I receive I feel and reflect and gradually move into concentration. Concentration is when I am completely absorbed in one thought
Here is what the Course says, “You are free to believe what you choose”. If you believe that life has to struggle and you need to fight to win, that everyone in business is also in competition with you, then “what you do attests to what you believe.”