Avoid using your cell phone when the signal is weak or when moving:

Mobile emits more radiation When moving such as in a car or train and in weak signal areas as this automatically increases power to a maximum as the phone repeatedly attempts to connect to a new relay antenna.

Avoid using your cell phone in places like a bus, where you can passively expose others to your phone’s electromagnetic fields.

Try to use speaker phone or wired headset whenever possible:

While talking on your cell phone, try to keep the cell phone away from your body as much as possible. The amplitude of the electromagnetic field (radiation) is one fourth the strength at a distance of two inches and fifty times lower at three feet.

Try to use left ear for more time and wait until call pickup:

Studies reveal that effect to your brain will be less when you speak with you left ear side as brain is far away from radiation.

Before putting your cell phone to the ear, wait until your correspondent has picked up. This limits the power of the electromagnetic field emitted near your ear and the duration of your exposure.

Avoid carrying your cell phone on your body at all times:

Do not keep it near your body at night such as under the pillow or on a bedside table, particularly if pregnant. You can also put it on “flight” or “off-line” mode, which stops electromagnetic emissions.

 Choose a device with the lowest SAR possible:

Specific Absorption Rate, which is a measure of the strength of the magnetic field absorbed by the body. Choose the phones from good manufactures so that low SAR maintained.

 Children should only use cell phones next to their heads for emergencies:

Children’s skulls are thinner than adults’ and their brains are still developing. Hence, radiation from cell phones penetrates more deeply into their brains and is likely to cause more damage. Texting (while holding the phone away from their body) is still fine for kids!

Don’t talk for hours:

Only use your cell phone to establish contact or for conversations lasting a few minutes, as the biological effects are directly related to the duration of exposure. For longer conversations, use a land line with a corded phone, not a cordless phone, which also uses electromagnetic emitting technology similar to that of cell phones.

Try to use SMS and mails whenever possible:

As talking is like giving more exposure to radiation, try to use sms while in journey and low signals areas.

When possible, communicate via text messaging rather than making a call, to limit the duration of exposure and the proximity to the body.

A simple Method of meditation : Sahaja Yoga for peaceful and healthy life

Sahaja Yoga Meditation is meant for everyone who desires to find his or her true self, which is full of peace, joy of life and love for others. It’s a living science that will open up to you gradually as your meditations become deeper and your experience stronger and more fulfilling.

Sahaj means ‘spontaneous’ or ‘born with you’ and yoga translates as ‘union’ (with the Divine or all-pervading power).

Method of sahaja yoga:

Find a quiet place to be alone for 5 – 10 minutes.

Sit upright in a chair, but not too rigidly, remove your shoes and keep your feet slightly apart. If you can sit comfortably on the floor, do so, with shoes off. Have the palms of both hands open on your knees.

Close your eyes. Become aware of your surroundings, then direct your attention inside, to the base of your spine. Slowly, pull your attention up through the centre of your body along the spinal column, until it comes to rest on the top of your head and slightly forward, to the place where the soft spot was when you were a baby.

Keeping your eyes closed, firmly press the palm of your right hand onto this soft spot on your head, then raise your right hand about six inches above your head, palm down. Move it up and down slightly until you locate energy between your head and your hand. You may feel it on your palm either as cool or warm.

Keep your attention where your hand is over your head, and then bring the hand back on to your lap. You may repeat step 4 using your left hand, as one hand may be more sensitive than the other.

Sit like this for 5 – 10 minutes, in mental silence. If a thought pops up, just watch it rise and fall, or say either, “I forgive” or “Not now”.

Slowly open your eyes at the end of your meditation. Become aware of any change you may feel inside your body, or any shift in your attention.

Benefits of sahaja Yoga:

  1. General health improves Physical, mental and emotional.

The root causes the disease are cleansed from the subtle system.

  1. Relief from the symptoms of stress by:
  • Raising the individual’s stress threshold
  • Changing the internal reactions to the external stimuli that cause stress
  • Having the ability to remain balanced and clear-headed in stressful situations
  • Neutralizing the effects of aggression, frustration and anger in others around us.
  • Improving sleep patterns.
  1. Habits and addictions drop away effortlessly without having to be given up or going through withdrawal symptoms.
  2. Communication skills improve, leading to improved relationships with others.
  3. Focused attention and better concentration leading to improved study and workplace skills. Self-esteem, self confidence and inner sense of security all improve.
  4. Inter-cultural integration. Sahaja Yoga Meditation brings about a true integration of all the major cultures of the world by overcoming all the divisive forces which are tearing the very fabric of societies all over the world.
  5. Emancipation of humanity by bringing about an inner transformation of human beings, the benefits of Sahaja Yoga Meditation accrue not only to the individual, but to society, to the nation and ultimately to the whole of humanity.

scientific inventions by ancient saints – 2

We will continue the previous blog and see some more predictions of the saints that are reinvented by modern science

Copernicus developed his own celestial model of a heliocentric planetary system in 16th Century,   But Aryabatta; saint from India is the first person to claim that the earth is round and rotates on its axis around the sun

Meditation was invented by great sage Kapil. He defined the meditation as a state of mind when remains without any subjectivity (with out any thought, it means when mind is away from world objects)

Shshruta is the ancient doctor who conducted many surgeries like brain surgery, fractures, cataract and artificial limbs 2600 years ago. He mentioned 300 surgical procedures in his book.

The time taken by the earth to orbit the sun is calculated as 365.258 days by sage called Bhaskaracharya during 5th century.

Growth of embryo in mother womb was described long back without any ultrasound machines.

Thus what we are achieving and discovering today with use of technology and research were invented by our ancestors long long ago that means they have knowledge which is beyond our science and technology.

scientific inventions by ancient saints -1

Most of the scientific inventions done by scientists were predicted by saints long long ago. But how they are able to predict and calculate space, time and matter values without any scientific experiments. Are the saints having real powers? If they have real power, how they achieved that power? All questions remain as secret and unanswered. But the fact is that what they predicted and estimated is exactly matching scientific inventions after long years of their prediction.

We will see some of the predictions that are reinvented by modern science

We know that atomic theory was developed by John Dalton in 18th century, but Indian saint kasyapa described that atom as a indestructible particle of matter. He also stated that atom can have two state, absolute rest and state of motion.

Sir Issac Newton discovered law of gravity in 17th century, But during 400AD, a saint proposed surya Siddanta (Theory of sun). As per this theory Objects fall on the earth due to force of attraction by earth and all the planets, earth moon and sun are held in orbit due to force of attraction.

Another saint Charaka, called father of medicine invented medicinal qualities of 100,000 herbal plants. He also described the human anatomy,     embryology, blood circulation and also dieses like heart attack, diabetes and tuberculosis.

In 1875, the Vymaanika-Shaastra (Aerospace technology), a fourth century BC text written by Maharishi Bhardwaj, was discovered in a temple in India. The book dealt with the operation of ancient airplane and included information on steering, precautions for long flights, protection of the airships from storms and lightning, and how to switch the drive to solar energy, or some other “free energy” source. Vimanas(Airplanes) were said to take off vertically or dirigible. Bharadwaj the Wise refers to no less than 70 authorities and 10 experts of air travel in antiquity.

We will some more facts in the next part of this topic