Perceptions
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Concepts about the life and the world around us.



Perceptions | Know Yourself as Eternal, Non-changing and Absolute PDF Print E-mail
Perceptions - Philosophy
Written by George Lockett   
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As we walk through life we see the constant change around us as everything follows its natural life cycle. Our body is no exception; it is constantly changing growing and evolving. Yet the person within the body, that silent witness to all we experience, has an eternal quality of something much greater and more permanent that who or what we think we are.

 

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The Invisible Ether and Michelson-Morley PDF Print E-mail
Perceptions - Science
Written by Mike Strauss   
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The concept of the invisible ether or 'aether' is an old concept dating to the time of the ancient Greeks. They considered the ether as that medium which permeated all of the universe and even believed the ether to be another element. Along with Earth, Wind, Fire and Water Aristotle proposed that the ether should be treated as the fifth element or quintessence; this term which literally means 'fifth element' has even survived down to the present day to explain an exotic form of 'dark energy' which is crucial in some cosmological models. These ideas spread throughout the world until the advent of a new springtime in scientific thought. The first person in the modern era to conceive of the idea of an underlying ether to support the movement of light waves was seventeenth century dutch scientist Christiaan Huygens.

 

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Intuition - Knowing What You Know PDF Print E-mail
Perceptions - Science
Written by Wendy Zellea   
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We are reluctant to acknowledge the validity of new ideas unless they receive the blessing of science. This, in essence, diminishes our intuitive powers and natural wisdom to having little significance. By doing so, we are declaring ourselves scarcely capable of knowing something unless it has been studied and proven to be true by scientifically trained people. Modern science has only been around for a very short time in the recorded history of mankind, so why is it now the ultimate source of truth for all our ideas and beliefs? How did people survive, some in societies more advanced than our own, without science? Are we so insecure about ourselves that we have turned over all our ability to create wisdom and truth to a small community of people whose job it is to validate our existence? I find Quantum Physics fascinating, so I don't wish to criticize scientists, but they are not divine. They are using scientific process to prove theories that don't need proof for anyone who has faith in life and belief in their Higher Self. In all fairness, however, I must praise scientists with the highest regard, for leading the way to the enhancement of our lives through the development and refinement of technology. Without them we would be living in a world of physical struggle. On the other hand, if we had instead relied on our knowing, we might even be much farther along.

 

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Do You Believe In Yourself? 4 Tips to Boost Your Self-Esteem PDF Print E-mail
Perceptions - Self-Improvement
Written by Sunny James   
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Do you find it difficult to believe in yourself and your abilities? If so read this article on self-esteem and boost your self-confidence for success. It is easier than you may think once you realize what affects your confidence and how to improve it.

 

 

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Spiritual Secrets of Concentration PDF Print E-mail
Perceptions - Spirituality
Written by Arthur Regis   
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For most of the time, we are barely conscious of what we are about, because there are so many projects, memories, words and images chasing each other rapidly through our brains, overlapping and interlacing in a totally free and chaotic manner. There are not many people who can decide to devote their attention exclusively to something if only for an hour, and then keep their thoughts on track without getting confused or distracted.

 

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