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1) Saptha Swaras and Chakras: pingali surya prabhakararao ( psprabhakararao at yahoo.com) : ...There is a notion that the naming of the musical notes have been inherited from Gayatri Mantra like Bhurbhuvassuvaha (Sa from Ssuvaha) Bhargo(Ga from Go)(Viturvarenyam(Ri from Re) Dheemahi(Ma from Mahi) Dheemahi(Da from Dhee)Prachodayat(Pa from Pra) Dhiyonah (Ni from nah) These musical notes are being governed by certain devatas dwelling in our bodies which are housed at certain chakras.(Muladhara,Manipura Ajna,Visudhi,Sahsrara,swadhistana,anahata)...

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2) the noblest method to learn wisdom is by reflection: "By three methods we may learn wisdom: First, by reflection which is noblest; second, by imitation, which is the easiest; and third, by experience, which is the bitterest."


- Confucius, Philosopher

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3) Inligo: Frontier: Userland's Frontier is a cross-platform application for managing and automating web publishing. Commercial (Frontier 6) and free (Frontier 5.01) versions are available for MacOS and Windows.

Rick : Heath Tanner is god!

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4) Better Future NEWS : DO talk to strangers !: So, if you are really wanting to create radical change - change that will be truly transformative and lasting - DO talk to strangers!

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5) Start-up crusader keeps the Silicon Valley spirit: "Investors are looking for four qualities: hard-core science and technology; a strong core of a management team with experience; identifiable potential customers with money; and a believable business model. In the past, if you were missing some of these qualities, you could still get funded. Now, you have to have just about everyone of them."

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6) All Things Web: A collection of resources for Webspinners & authors - Always and in everything, remember your reader -

came across while searching for Einstein's quote... all things simple...

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7) we borrow the land from our children !: Things are not allright any more. And an eternal truth which the Haida Indians still know is forgotten: "We do not inherit this land from our ancestors; we borrow it from our children."

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8) THE MERCK MANUAL--Home Edition, Sec. 4, Ch. 38, Occupational Lung Diseases: Occupational lung diseases are caused by harmful particles, mists, vapors, or gases inhaled while a person works. Where in the airways or lungs an inhaled substance ends up and what type of lung disease develops depend on the size and kind of particles inhaled. Larger particles may get trapped in the nose or large airways, but the smallest ones reach the lungs. There, some particles dissolve and may be absorbed into the bloodstream; most solid particles that don't dissolve are removed by the body's defenses.

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9) Shirley\'s Wellness Cafe: Holistic Health for People and Animals: Type the description here.

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10) RESPIRATORY SYSTEM : STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF THE LUNG : The main function of the lungs is (rapid) gas exchange. This is accomplished by a well-coordinated interaction of the lungs with the central nervous system, the diaphragm and chest wall musculature, and the circulatory system.

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11) How To Tell If Your Head's About To Blow Up: Hyper-Cerebral Electrosis

Although HCE is very rare, it can kill. Dr. Martinenko says knowing you have the condition can greatly improve your odds of surviving it. A "yes" answer to any three of the following seven questions could mean that you have HCE:

  1. Does your head sometimes ache when you think too hard? (Head pain can indicate overloaded brain circuits.)
  2. Do you ever hear a faint ringing or humming sound in your ears? (It could be the sound of electricity in the skull cavity.)
  3. Do you sometimes find yourself unable to get a thought out of your head? (This is a possible sign of too much electrical activity in the cerebral cortex.)
  4. Do you spend more than five hours a day reading, balancing your checkbook, or other thoughtful activity? (A common symptom of HCE is a tendency to over-use the brain.)
  5. When you get angry or frustrated do you feel pressure in your temples? (Friends of people who died of HCE say the victims often complained of head pressure in times of strong emotion.)
  6. Do you ever overeat on ice cream, doughnuts and other sweets? (A craving for sugar is typical of people with too much electrical pressure in the cranium.)
  7. Do you tend to analyze yourself too much? (HCE sufferers are often introspective, "over-thinking" their lives.)


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12) Log on to Premji\'s 10-point success mantra: WIPRO chairman Azim H Premji, one of India's most successful entrepreneurs, on Friday prescribed a 10-point recipe for success, based on the lessons he had learnt during his last 35 years in the organisation.

  1. You should dare to dream,
  2. define what you stand for,
  3. never lose your zest and curiosity,
  4. always strive for excellence,
  5. build selfconfidence,
  6. learn to work in teams,
  7. take care of yourself,
  8. preserve,
  9. have a broader social vision and
  10. finally never let success go to your head
Premji said.

"What saddens me most is to see young, bright people getting disillusioned by a few initial setbacks and slowly turning cynical and some of them want to migrate to America in the hope this is the solution," he said adding, it required courage to keep dreaming.

Stressing on the importance of "dreams", Premji said they were most needed not when everything was going right, but when everything was going wrong.

"Being the best in the country is not enough: one has to be the best in the world," he said, adding that excellence was a moving target and one had to constantly raise the bar.

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13) blackholebrain: Moronic Management: Moronic Management: "We're going to make you buy your own coffee from now on." Employee Translation: "You're going to pay me for any extra effort from now on."

Yes... ok, I admit it... I work for complete morons.

You might be working for morons if... you find a book entitled "Morons for Dummies" in the restroom (management's second 'office')... or, you spend half of every company meeting discussing the "you don't give somebody a hotdog when they order a hamburger" business analogy... or, you are required by mandate of the Moronic Management Manifesto NEVER (especially on your own free time) to try and improve the communication and workflow of your company---- how dare the intelligent try and confuse the morons!!!

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14) Primus Inter Pares: Primus Inter Pares >>> First Among Equals

c Semper Tyrannis >>> Thus ever to tyrants. The motto of the State of Virginia. John Wilkes Booth is supposed to have shouted this phrase as he jumped to stage of Ford's Theater after shooting Abraham Lincoln.

Appa : all management gurus throughout the world say the word 'manager' is misnomer. Current society, at least in developed countries, is a networked society. They can manage themselves. They want only a leader. (As Abraham Lincoln said a leader is only a primus inter pares). Also remember that he who knows and knows that he knows alone is the leader.



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15) Observing Without the \"Me\", Krishnamurti, Brockwood Park, 9/5/70: It is always difficult to keep simple and clear. The world worships success, the bigger the better; the greater the audience the greater the speaker; the colossal super buildings, cars, aeroplanes and people. Simplicity is lost. The successful people are not the ones who are building a new world. To be a real revolutionary requires a complete change of heart and mind, and how few want to free themselves. One cuts the surface roots; but to cut the deep feeding roots of mediocrity, success, needs something more than words, methods, compulsions. There seem to be few, but they are the real builders--the rest labor in vain.


One is everlastingly comparing oneself with another, with what one is, with what one should be, with someone who is more fortunate. This comparison really kills. Comparison is degrading, it perverts one's outlook. And on comparison one is brought up. All our education is based on it and so is our culture. So there is everlasting struggle to be something other than what one is. The understanding of what one is uncovers creativeness, but comparison breeds competitiveness, ruthlessness, ambition, which we think brings about progress. Progress has only led so far to more ruthless wars and misery than the world has ever known. To bring up children without comparison is true education.

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16) The Blunders of the World:


  1. Wealth Without Work
  2. Pleasure Without Conscience
  3. Knowledge Without Character
  4. Commerce Without Morality
  5. Science Without Humanity
  6. Worship Without Sacrifice
  7. Politics without Principles
  8. Arun: Rights Without Responsibilities


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17) The Spiritwalk Reader: Ten Rules for Being Human ~ Cherie Carter-Scott: All your answers lie inside of you. All you need to do is look, listen and trust.

1. You will receive a body. 

2. You will be presented with lessons
3. There are no mistakes, only lessons
4. A lesson is repeated until learned
5. Learning does not end
6. "There" is no better than "here."
7. Others are only mirrors of you.
8. What you make of your life is up to you.
9. All your answers lie inside of you.
10. You will forget all of this at birth.


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18) how impressions are formed: An experience in the sense plane sinks into the depths of the subconscious mind. There it becomes a samskara (an impression). The impression of an experience is formed, in the citta, (subconscious mind), at the very moment that the mind experiences it. There is no gap between the present experience and the formation of the samskara in the subconscious mind. ...

Samskara is also known as 'residual potency'. When all vrttis or thoughts die away, the frame of the mind remains, with the samskaras. This is termed the 'potential mind'. All samskaras co-exist in the mind. Vrttis slowly subside, leaving traces in the mind. These traces are samskaras. From them springs memory.

If you have yogic vision, you can vividly notice the marvels that take place in the mental factory of an individual. You can see how the vrtti arises in the mind-lake. You can see how it subsides. And you can see how a samskara is formed. You will be struck with wonder. Samskaras are like forces they either aid or inhibit one another.

The sum total of all samskaras is known as karmasaya (receptacle of works) and this is called sancita karma (accumulated works). When a man leaves the physical body he carries with him his astral body of seventeen tatvas (elements) and the karmasaya, to the mental plane. Karmasaya is burnt in toto by the highest knowledge, obtained through asamprajnata samadhi (the non-dual superconscious state).

karma saya

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19) what effective General Managers Really do: By randomly talking about disjointed topics with lots of people who don't report to them

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20) Thoughts Worth Thinking: "What is life but the angle of vision? A man is measured by the angle at which he looks at objects. What is life but what a man is thinking of all day? This is his fate and his employer. Knowing is the measure of the man. By how much we know, so we are." Ralph Waldo Emerson

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21) Welcome to the Ventura River and Ojai Valley Community: One Man\'s Retreat from the City to the Country: .....I have obviously thought all this out, in the hopes that one can improve one's circumstances through patient planning. Not five years ago I was an overwhelmed beginning teaching in the ghetto and could hardly have been more miserable. If I currently enjoy a modicum of happiness, I flatter myself in believing I have earned it. Why not be happy? Like Horace in his Epistles I hope to "walk in silence through the healthy woods, pondering questions worthy of the good and wise." (Tacitum sylvas inter reptare salubres, / Curantem quidquid dignum sapiente bonoque est.) I look to live in Ojai not as a hermit yet with detachment, in a spiritual withdrawal where I can more easily adjust where the outside world ends and my interior life and ease of mind begins.....

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22) Sheila: July 4, 2001 : it's time for real personal responsibility: Ok, I get the point, but looking at this makes me feel physically sick. I absolutely cannot agree with the position that the American flag has "been a corporate doormat for years". That's not what it means to me. I say it's time for real personal responsibility. Quit crying about the big mean companies running your life and just stop letting them. It's not that hard. Just don't buy their stuff. And if you don't like what's happening in politics, figure out something real to do about it. Don't just show me an ugly defacement of a symbol that means alot to most Americans. Do something really revolutionary, not just something "clever". If the federal government seems too big and too much under the influence of corporations, try doing something to improve your local community. Try helping your neighbors, instead of just insulting them and then wondering why they won't listen to you. Anyway Happy Independence Day, I celebrate and am endlessly thankful for your right to be idiotic.

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23) Programmers and Marriage: Brent : And my wife runs a weblog. It's helpful if you make software your wife likes and uses. (The downside is that you get bug reports over the dinner table. You actually live with one of your users.)

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