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How to Save The World?

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The Cost of Progress

And how do we value life?

As a species we generally say that we believe all life is sacred and we respect our fellow human beings. But these two ideas are in relation to the one’s own survival and perhaps one’s community. Every year countless lives are lost in conflict organised by people who should know better. Every year countless lives are lost in construction and the production of our technologies. In some regions, farmers are so badly treated that they resort to suicide.

When we look at conflict, the argument may be over land or resources to create new technologies yet behind this is a small collective who believe that they have the right to send the youth of

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The Power of Meditation

The outside is a reflection of what is within

If you become fully meditative, you will be beyond karma

Some people want to understand the world, some people want power and control, some people want pleasure, some people want to be helpful and is much as people want all manner of things, they all want to be happy.

People with the will can shape the world and influence people for good or bad and when they are successful, they experience some temporary pleasure or satisfaction, but this does not make them happy.

When we look at life we realise there can be no happiness without peace and there can be no real happiness when everyone around you is miserable.

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Biofeedback

Technology for health

Biofeedback is an outstanding way to change personal behaviour that directly causes physical symptoms such as pain and tension.

Biofeedback – as a ‘mind over matter’ form of therapy – is a system of education and treatment (based on monitoring biological signals produced by the body) in which people are taught to improve their health and performance.

Biofeedback is a process that enables an individual to learn how to change physiological activity for the purposes of improving health and performance. Precise instruments measure physiological activity such as brainwaves, heart function, breathing, muscle activity, and skin temperature. These instruments rapidly and accurately feed back information to the user. The presentation of this information — often in conjunction with

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