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  • Leela, in most yoga classes if you inform the instructor before the class begins they will make modifications for you for each pose.

  • In spiritual warfare, all demons, evil spirits and entities, does not give a sh t if it is UNINTENTIONAL on human's actions or WILL, as long it touches the LEGAL boundary of THEIR right to claim and wreck havoc in a person's life. I will give you an example: A young girl went out on a school field trip to see a mausoleum of Stalin, and there was a statue of him inside. Some students went in to pay homage to the statue, but she refused to go inside that room because she felt weird about it. If a FREE WILL unites to the WILL OF GOD, it means we are SINLESS or strives to remain in his grace means we ask forgiveness every time we fall into sin , then this FREE WILL shines like a light.

  • After 40 yrs of yogic practices in which culminated as an ordained nun, spending 10 years daily in training which I did retreats and in teachings from the head Yogis of the lineage in India and Nepal and USA.

  • Camilia and Dan, it is very true the enemy can be just as deceiving with respect to both our experience and our interpretation of experience and man has created many beliefs based on things that are not truths of God. Here, the question seems to be where does truth or knowledge come from to form our beliefs or convictions? The way to understand Yoga being an experiencial tradition is that the Yoga assanas were repeated and vividly experienced not by one yogi but thousands over the past 5000 yrs. It is the result of these yogis experiences through the yoga assanas the aquiring of knowledge was gained which became the doctrine of Hinduism. In history as humans and in our western culture we do have experience as part of our learning about many things. We have with such as simple things as how to ride a bike, to the ingrediants to create a cake, to include the creation of inventions. In all things ultimately concidered truthful in experience they become learned knowledge, they are provable through some repeated experience, practice or test and passed along. The Word was made flesh in Jesus Christ, who brought us the truth so we could live for eternity with Him in heaven.

  • I've read this entire conversation and here's my impression: Camila, I think that Connie is just trying to share from the yoga perspective and training/lifestyle that she experienced what it is they believe; what "their truths" are. Camila, I really appreciate the caution you bring up about the conversion experience in general and not confusing it with "having arrived" to the final destination of complete unification with God in heaven. You are so right that it may be just a "scrap" or "crumb" from the table, but to the empty, darkened soul and I speak from experience, which I'm now paranoid to say-haha it may seem/feel like the most extravagant feast! But on our journey to Him, it's important to remember the cyclical or spiral nature of the path: learning, relearning more deeply, etc Please expand upon or correct anything I've stated

  • Well okay then, I'm sure you have the same complaint about other articles that deal with similar topics eyeroll

  • TM or mindfulness on its own does not deal with the underlying causes of anxiety, since when it is stopped, the anxiety resurfaces. And also while I'm at it, the meditation heavy culture of Sri Lanka did not prevent one of the world's most barbaric civil wars from happening with all its associated traumas and stresses.

  • I can't remember which one, but I wrote it down: "I wish I could be more present for those moments that seem one way, but really are just what is.

  • I would like to copy the video to play in my gym which is not near the computer, can it be copied to disc or do you sell copies????

  • I should begin by saying that your question regarding the comparison of the TPY and SP3 is best addressed by The Queen of the Mobile Screen Lisa . If you haven't already, you should definitely check out her smackdown video between the two machines - it gives you a very good idea of what the differences are between them. Overall, I would say that the SP3 is a REALLY cool machine, and I imagine youd love it to pieces unless you engage in copious word processing, which is a point Lisa makes in her video . In my first post to Lisa I said that it looked like a dream come true, and let me tell you that it absolutely is. Aside from a few minor gripes and one moderately-sized gripe, I could not be happier with my purchase. Even after pressing the "Place Order" button on the Lenovo website and spending over $1,500, which damaged my internal organs at the molecular level, I have NO buyer's remorse. Im not sure if the people on the Lenovo forums have hands like Andre the Giant, or if Lenovo was sending out some subpar equipment. Either way, I have experienced none of what they did, so it seems as though theyve Lenovo has fixed the issue. I can read Kindle books in low lighting for hours without feeling like my eye muscles need a shiatsu massage. If you have a Steam, Humble Bundle, or GoG account, youll find plenty of games to run on the Thinkpad. Hell, Ive installed Fallout, Bastion, Braid, Baldurs Gate, Planescape, and they all run without a hitch. I cant speak on how well the display holds up in Photoshop or things of that nature, thats not really my bag. They are suffient for watching YouTube videos, Skypeing, or watching TV shows if the room is quiet, but they have absolutely no bass and little richness of sound. Get yourself some decent headphones or external speakers if you want to stream music or movies off of this lappy. If youre just on Word or Excel, it will last close to 8 hours, but Lisa is right on the money when she says the battery life of a multitasking session is right around 6. Its not a HUGE problem for me, because outlets are abundant at work and school, but its annoying enough to mention here as something to consider before purchasing. Occasionally, if everyone in the lecture hall is logging on at the same time were talking many people , it does take longer than usual to connect. I can switch from note-taking with Wacom to Kindle to HBO Go to Netflix to YouTube to Sketchbook Pro to PowerPoint and Word within seconds, and it all goes off without a hitch. Its an exceptional machine, and I have no regrets except the fact that Lenovo has recently released a 14-inch version shakes fist at Lenovo . Hopefully this was helpful to anybody considering the TPY, Id be happy to answer any other questions. My advice would be to head over to Frys I dont remember seeing the TPY at Best Buy and test both machines out side-by-side, to get a feel for the size, weight, display, and keyboard of each. When a convertible laptop is built this well, you must take pity on the mortals and their Macbooks, for they know not what they are missing. To echo the sentiments of George Costanza -- they are rubbing two sticks together while you are walking around with a Zippo.