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« on: Jan 27, 2010 12:35 pm »

Yes i think in small ways we can learn mental control by doing things we set out to do and reminding ourselves what is best for us and not what material desires dictate what we do. Yogananda says to learn to swim in the calm sea of unchanging Bliss before you attempt to plunge into the maelstrom of material life, which is the realm of sorrow, pleasure, indifference, and deceptive temporary peace.

The heart beats slower when it is is unnecessary for it to beat fast and clean the lungs of venous blood. and because one eats and less carbonized foods. The implication here is that heavier foods like meat create more carbon build up in the blood so the heart is overworked and the breath becomes more restless as the mind does. This is because of the connection of body to mind and the breath. Also worry is a contributing factor to the heart being overworked.

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