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Poetry By Namrata & Amber {1} ~ Mental Lockdown

Encased in seclusion, tatters of the mind, threads unpick themselves
unwarranted and confined.
Chaos and conflicts embed and unwind,
battling the uncertainty, with passing time
Upside down reality, shifting situations,
abnormalities
Exposing vulnerabilities
It’s a mad design
Set me free, let me wander
And resign to my safe space, cramping, the sky is deteriorating, surviving in squander
Black and grey, in blue I meander
Disappearing behind the ivory
Sucked into the subconscious ever blaring library, for me to be unconscious, lost in thought, my ego twists thought bribery.
I look around, it’s all abyss, I fight, I succumb,
It’s never ending,
That can’t be it, I whisper to myself,
I sing the hymns, I pray night and day
I flip the calenders but it’s only May
Monotonous grinding, a tape recorder on repeat, rewinding, thought loops whipping,
Shards of the ego chipping,
Latching onto the cliff edge by a fingernail, gasping mind decomposing, stale
Chained in dark, hounded by wailing.

~By Namrata {StuffAndPoems} & Amber {DiosRaw}

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Ologies {4} ~ H-L’s

Hematology: The study of blood
Heliology: The study of the sun
Helioseismology: The study of vibrations and oscillations in the sun
Helminthology: The study of parasitic worms
Hepatology: The study of the liver
Herbology: The study of the therapeutic use of plants
Herpetology: The study of reptiles and amphibians
Heteroptology: The study of true bugs
Hippology: The study of horses
Histology: The study of living tissues
Histopathology: The study of the microscopic structure of diseased tissue
Hydrogeology: The study of underground water
Hydrology: The study of water
Ichnology: The study of fossil footprints, tracks, and burrows
Ichthyology: The study of fish
Immunology: The study of the immune system
Karyology: The study of karyotypes (a branch of cytology)
Kinesiology: The study of movement in relation to human anatomy
Kymatology: The study of waves or wave motions
Laryngology: The study of the larynx
Lepidopterology: The study of butterflies and moths
Limnology: The study of freshwater environments
Lithology: The study of rocks
Lymphology: The study of the lymph system and glands

~Indriya~

Indriya is a term in Indian philosophy that refers to the sensory, spiritual or phenomenological faculties. It is a Sanskrit and Pali word that translates as “belonging to/agreeable to Indra,” who is the king of the gods in the “Rig Veda.”

In Buddhism, the term refers to the five spiritual faculties, five or six sensory faculties or 22 phenomenological faculties, depending on the context. In yogic philosophy, it refers to the five sense organs, the five action organs and the mind.

Spiritual Healing {4} ~ Acupressure

Using finger pressure on key acu points around the body, acupressure aims to stimulate the body’s natural self-curative abilities. It can be particularly supportive for relieving pain, balancing the body’s energy and helping to maintain good health. Acupressure can also help to support the reduction of muscular tension, increase circulation and enable deep relaxation.

Many people choose acupressure as an alternative to acupuncture, with a treatment that works on the same principles but without the use of needles. Acupressure therapy can also be taught to help you self-treat. These techniques are easy to learn, simple to use and a great way to focus on your own health and wellbeing.

Acupressure massage can be particularly effective for ~

~Relieving pain of conditions such as backache, neck stiffness and arthritis
~Conditions that encompass the whole system such as chronic fatigue and fibromyalgia
~Helping you to cope with stress and day to day pressures, helping to release physical tension, achieve deep relaxation and restore vitality for overall wellbeing
~Maintenance of good health by strengthening the immune system and boosting the body’s resistance to disease
~Labour pain relief.

Psychic Abilites {13} ~ Telepathy

Telepathy is a type of psychic power that allows mind-to-mind communication. There are varying degrees of telepathy, but in powerful cases, the psychic can communicate clear and complete thoughts in just a blink of an eye. In addition, telepathy isn’t only limited to human to human interactions. Animal telepathy is also a popular sect of psychic practice.

Reposts {4} ~ Message of the Day

What we think about others shines a light on our subconscious mind – it exposes our unconscious mind. The aspect of us we are not consciously aware of but which is very real and present within us. What others think of us shines a light on what is unconsciously only in their own mind. Our […]

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Philosophy {13} ~ The Mind-Body Problem

The mind-body problem arises because mental phenomena arguably differ, qualitatively or substantially, from the physical body on which they apparently depend. There are a few major theories on the resolution of the problem. Dualism is the theory that the mind and body are two distinct substances, and monism is the theory that they are, in reality, just one substance. Monist materialists/physicalists take the view that they are both matter, and monist idealists take the view that they are both in the mind. The absence of an empirically identifiable meeting point between the non-physical mind and its physical extension has proven problematic to dualism and many modern philosophers maintain that the mind is not something separate from the body.