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SEX MAGIC – NOTES

microcosmic orbit - male/female energy from mantak chia ----- sex magic is the practice of channeling orgasmic energy to manifest one's dreams and desires ----...
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Li Ching-Yuen – NOTE

Li Ching-Yuen or Li Ching-Yun (traditional Chinese: 李清雲; pinyin: Lǐ Qīngyún; died May 6, 1933) was a Chinese herbalist, martial artist and tactical advisor. He...

Kaula

KaulaThe translation of the term Kula in English is considered difficult and has raised some problems for researchers. The basic meaning is "family", "group" or...

What is jealousy? – NOTE

Here are some core concepts to keep in mind: Jealousy = Psychic weapon Set of attitudes, actions, behaviors, thoughts, emotions, mind sets and energies Jealousy...

Nadi – NOTE

Nādi (the Sanskrit for "tube, pipe") are the channels through which, in traditional Indian medicine and spiritual science, the energies of the subtle body are s...

Arjuna – NOTE

From WikipediaIn Hinduism, Arjuna is the hero of the epic Mahabharat. He is the son of the king Pandu and his wife Kunti, although he is also the son of the god...

Tantra – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Tantra (Sanskrit: loom), tantric yoga or tantrism refers to any of several esoteric traditions rooted in Hindu and ...

Sufism – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Sufism is a Mystic school of thought that includes philosophers and muslims. Most sufism embraces the Quran and ...

Hinayana – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Western academics generally identify Hinayana (Sanskrit lit. Lesser Vehicle) as a term used to iden...

Buddhism – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Buddhism is the religion and philosophy based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama (Sanskrit; in Pali, Siddhatth...

Telepathy – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Telepathy (literally "distant perception/feeling") comes from the Greek tele, "distant", and pathe, "feeling", and r...

Yoga – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Yoga (Sanskrit: योग, "union" or "yoke") is one of the six darshanas (schools) of Vedic or Hindu philosophy. ...

Arjuna – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In Hinduism, Arjuna is the hero of the epic Mahabharat. He is the son of the...

Glossophobia – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The fear of public speaking is called glossophobia, from the Greek glosso-, meaning tongue, and ph...

Anxiety disorder – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Anxiety disorder is a blanket term covering several different forms of fear, phobia and nervous condition, that come on su...

Chakras – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaA chakra is an energy node in the human body as taught in Hinduism and its spiritual systems of Yoga and some related cultu...

Bionics – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaBionics means the replacement or enhancement of organs or other body parts by mechanical versions. Bionic implants differ f...

Coaching – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaHorseracing has trainers, but human sports have acquired coaches as well.The term coaching with reference to human encourag...

Coercion – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Coercion is the use of violence or other kinds or force, or the threat of such force, to dictate the actions of others. Li...

Cognitive science – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Cognitive science is a branch of science which studies the nature of mental processes, trying to understand the operation ...

Competitiveness – NOTE

"There is an interesting phenomenon that occurs when two vertebrae class animals meet in the wild - a pecking order is immediately established.Abraham H. Maslow...

Consciousness – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.Consciousness is the mental state of being aware of oneself and one's environment.Many important questions in philosophy c...

Conditioning – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Conditioning is a psychological term for what Ivan Pavlov described as the learning of "conditional" behavior. Most psych...

Epicureanism – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaEpicureanism is a system of philosophy based upon the teachings of Epicurus (c340-c270 BC). Epicurus was an atomicmateriali...

Gestalt psychology – NOTE

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaGestalt psychology (also: Gestalt theory of the Berlin School) is a psychological theory which provides a framework for a w...