“I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” ~ Mother Teresa
According to Hindu cosmology, the universe is divided into multiple worlds known as Loka. The earthly world, or Bhu Loka, is divided into sub-worlds, one of which is Martya Loka.
This is the lowest level, at which souls live in human bodies on a material plane. As they transcend to other Loka, it is believed that matter transforms into energy.
Déjà vu” describes the uncanny sensation that you’ve already experienced something, even when you know you never have.
There’s no conclusive evidence on how common it actually is, but varying estimates suggest anywhere between 60 and 80 percent of the population experience this phenomenon.
While déjà vu is fairly common, especially among young adults, experts haven’t identified a single cause. Maybe a glitch in the matrix?
People bring about their own undoing through their tongues. ~ Egyptian Proverb
Man, know yourself… and you shalt know the gods. ~ Egyptian Proverb
Mouth expressions and movements can also be essential in reading body language. For example, chewing on the bottom lip may indicate that the individual is experiencing feelings of worry, fear, or insecurity.
Covering the mouth may be an effort to be polite if the person is yawning or coughing, but it may also be an attempt to cover up a frown of disapproval.
Smiling is perhaps one of the greatest body language signals, but smiles can also be interpreted in many ways. A smile may be genuine, or it may be used to express false happiness, sarcasm, or even cynicism.
When evaluating body language, pay attention to the following mouth and lip signals ~
~Pursed lips. Tightening the lips might be an indicator of distaste, disapproval, or distrust.
~Lip biting. People sometimes bite their lips when they are worried, anxious, or stressed.
~Covering the mouth. When people want to hide an emotional reaction, they might cover their mouths in order to avoid displaying smiles or smirks.
~Turned up or down. Slight changes in the mouth can also be subtle indicators of what a person is feeling. When the mouth is slightly turned up, it might mean that the person is feeling happy or optimistic. On the other hand, a slightly down-turned mouth can be an indicator of sadness, disapproval, or even an outright grimace.