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Here, perhaps, Fromm is vulnerable, for he does not always use the best and most recent evidence available, and he sometimes selects and interprets the evidence in rather special ways.
St Thomas interprets ' You should love your neighbour as yourself ' from Leviticus 19 and Matthew 22 as meaning that love for ourselves is the exemplar of love for others.
The EMFA, which is involved in planning and coordination, interprets interservice views about policy and comes the closest to functioning as a ministry of defense.
Daniel is summoned and interprets the dream.
Deane and J. R. Thomson write this valid conclusion, “ The Book of Obadiah is occupied with one subject – the punishment of Edom for its cruel and unbrotherly love conduct towards Judah ...” One can link this idea of punishment to one of the major prophets “ Ezekiel ” who “... interprets the exile to Babylon and the destruction of Jerusalem as deserved punishments for the sins of those who themselves committed them .” Verses 3-7 in Obadiah explain to the reader the reason for the punishment theme, “ Confidence in one ’ s power, intelligence, allies, or the topographical features of one ’ s territory is often mentioned as an attribute of those who foolishly confront the Lord and are consequently punished .” Although destruction is vital to understanding Obadiah, it is of note to understand the destruction being a consequence of action.
The subjective view, that the wave function is merely a mathematical tool for calculating the probabilities in a specific experiment, has some similarities to the Ensemble interpretation in that it takes probabilities to be the essence of the quantum state, but unlike the ensemble interpretation, it takes these probabilities to be perfectly applicable to single experimental outcomes, as it interprets
Additive notation is typically used when numerical addition or a commutative operation other than multiplication interprets the group operation ;
Multiplicative notation is typically used when numerical multiplication or a noncommutative operation interprets the group operation.
Thus understood, Fascism is totalitarian, and the Fascist State — a synthesis and a unit inclusive of all values — interprets, develops, and potentiates the whole life of a people.
The problem is that in Old Norse mær means both " daughter " and " wife ," so it is not fully clear if Fjörgynn is Frigg's father or another name for her husband Odin, but Snorri Sturluson interprets the line as meaning Frigg is Fjörgynn's daughter ( Skáldskaparmál 27 ), and most modern translators of the Poetic Edda follow Snorri.
The same label, new historicism is also employed for a school of literary scholarship which interprets a poem, drama, etc.
Because Christians believe that Jesus is the Messiah and that he claimed to be the Son of Man referred to by Daniel, Christianity interprets as a statement of the Messiah's authority and that the Messiah will have an everlasting kingdom in the Messianic Age.
Since MUMPS interprets source code by context, there is no need for reserved words.
The MPEG's ( ISO's ) approach to standardization is novel, because it is not the encoder that is standardized, but the way a decoder interprets the bitstream.
It is however different from the cognitivist supernaturalism which interprets morality as subjective will of god, while prescriptivism claims, that moral rules are universal and can be found by reason alone without reference to a god.
For inherent omniscience one interprets Kxp in this and the following as x can know that p is true, so for inherent omniscience this proposition reads:
Thomas L. Thompson ( The Bible in History ), however, interprets the Mesha stele as suggesting that Omri is an eponym, or legendary founder of the kingdom rather than an historical person.

is and Kundalini
Kundalini is a feature of Hindu chakra systems.
Kundalini is described as a sleeping, dormant potential force in the human organism.
Kundalini is described as being coiled up at the base of the spine.
Through meditation, and various esoteric practices, such as Kundalini Yoga, Sahaja Yoga, and Kriya Yoga, the kundalini is awakened, and can rise up from the muladhara chakra through the central nadi, called sushumna, inside or alongside the spine and reaches the top of the head.
In Hinduism, Kundalini is a coiled serpent, the residual power of pure desire.
Nin Giz Zida is another name for the ancient Hindu concept of Kundalini, a Sanskrit word meaning either " coiled up " or " coiling like a snake ".
It has been suggested by Joseph Campbell that the symbol of snakes coiled around a staff is an ancient representation of Kundalini physiology.
Kundalini yoga (, = '" coiled " +, = " to yoke ") is a physical, mental and spiritual discipline for developing strength, awareness, character, and consciousness.
" Kundalini Yoga, at its highest form, is practiced for the purpose of attaining bliss, opening the heart center, developing power, serving others, attaining self-realization and ultimately merging into God consciousness.
Kundalini yoga differs at that point because its focus is on raising awareness and strengthening the nervous system to handle raising the internal human energy (" kundalini ") in order to help enhance the ultimate spiritual experience.
An earlier written mention of Kundalini Yoga is in the Yoga-Kundalini Upanishad, one of the oldest scriptures of Hinduism.
It is believed that Kundalini yoga is that which arouses the sleeping Kundalini Shakti from its coiled base through the 6 chakras, and penetrate the 7th chakra, or crown.
Technically, Kundalini energy is understood as being sparked during yogic breathing when prana and apana blends at the 3rd chakra ( naval center ) at which point it initially drops down to the 1st and 2nd chakras before traveling up to the spine to the higher centers of the brain to activate the golden cord-the connection between the pituitary and pineal glands-and penetrate the 7 chakras.
According to one school of thought, there being four main forms of yoga, Mantra yoga, Hatha yoga, Laya yoga and Raja yoga ; Kundalini yoga is really considered a Laya yoga.
According to some Hindu traditions, Kundalini yoga is considered a highly developed spiritual awakening which relies upon a technique called shaktipat to attain enlightenment under the guidance of a spiritual master.
Kundalini can therefore be used by believers to refer to the latent energy within the human body which is constantly trying to manifest as our insight, power and bliss.
Along with the many kriyas, meditations and practices of Kundalini Yoga, a simple breathing technique of alternate nostril breathing ( left nostril, right nostril ) is taught as a method to cleanse the nadis, or subtle channels and pathways, to help awaken Kundalini energy.
In the Upanishads, it is mentioned that the control of the three bhandas, along with the control of held and expired breaths, are the keys to releasing and harnessing Kundalini energy.
According to some traditions Kundalini techniques are only communicated from master to disciple once the disciple is deemed ready.
According to Osho, the Gurdjieff system is incomplete, drawing from Dervish sources inimical to Kundalini.

is and Yoga
Ahimsa is imperative for practitioners of Patañjali ’ s " classical " Yoga ( Raja Yoga ).
Ahimsa is also an obligation in Hatha Yoga according to the classic manual Hatha Yoga Pradipika ( 1. 1. 17 ).
In his book on Japa Yoga, Himalaya Press 1978, Swami Sivananda states that a yogi that practices Japa with only the Om and is successful at Mahasamyama
" Trumpet Secrets " is seen by Mr. Callet as a progression from his earlier books, " Trumpet Yoga " and " Super Chops "
Generally speaking, Yoga is not considered to be magick per se., by those who are really familiar with it.
150 BCE or 2nd c. BCE ) is the compiler of the Yoga Sūtras, an important collection of aphorisms on Yoga practice.
The authorship of the two is first attributed to the same person in Bhojadeva's Rajamartanda, a relatively late ( 10th c .) commentary on the Yoga Sutras, as well as several subsequent texts.
As for the texts themselves, the Yoga Sutra iii. 44 cites a sutra as that from Patanjali by name, but this line itself is not from the Mahābhāṣya.
In addition to the Mahābhāṣya and Yoga Sūtras, the 11th-century commentary on Charaka by the Bengali scholar Cakrapāṇidatta, and the 16th c. text Patanjalicarita ascribes to Patañjali a medical text called the Carakapratisaṃskṛtaḥ ( now lost ) which is apparently a revision ( pratisaṃskṛtaḥ ) of the medical treatise by Caraka.
While there is a short treatise on yoga in the medical work called the Carakasaṃhitā ( by Caraka ), towards the end of the chapter called śārīrasthāna, it is notable for not bearing much resemblance to the Yoga Sūtras, and in fact presenting a form of eightfold yoga that is completely different from that laid out by Patañjali in the Yoga Sūtras and the commentary Yogasūtrabhāṣya.
Yoga ( Sanskrit, Pāli:, / ˈjəʊɡə /, ) is a commonly known generic term for physical, mental, and spiritual disciplines which originated in ancient India.
It is based on the Yoga Sūtras of Patañjali.
Bikram Yoga is a system of yoga that Bikram Choudhury synthesized from traditional hatha yoga techniques and popularized beginning in the early 1970s.
Bikram Yoga is ideally practiced in a room heated to 105 ° F (≈ 40. 6 ° C ) with a humidity of 40 %, and is the most popular form of hot yoga ( a series of yoga poses done in a heated room ).

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