Over the last two decades, scientists have done considerable research on what makes people happy. These studies have yielded interesting results.
Yogananda described the brain and central nervous system as a window onto the superconscious mind. When we meditate deeply, this opens a pathway to superconsciousness.
Most people today know little of Luther Burbank. Yet during his lifetime his name was a household word.
“Yoga Therapy for Over-coming Headaches” offers step-by-step guidance for banishing the hard to treat problem of headaches.
Today there are two conflicting ideas about where all the tumultuous change in our present-day world is leading.
In the last twenty-five years, scientific thought has come full circle in its understanding of the brain and its potential for change. We now understand that the brain and the central nervous system are among the most changeable organs in the body.
In the early 1970’s, as a young researcher out of college, I was involved in one of the first scientific studies done on meditation. We were trying to answer the basic question: is meditation different from sleep?