Saturday, August 17, 2013

Meditation and it's role in healing

Recently I had injured my left hip flexor nerve, whilst removing an old egg from my bird Aviary. The pain was excruciating  and I literally couldn't stand up putting any force on my hip. One day went then another, RICE, followed all the rules, Dr Google, and yet still I was in pain days and days later. I then remembered a Brahma Kumaris CD I had purchased from the centre in Willoughby, and began to remember the retreat I went to called moving forward. I tried Hatha Yoga and the Alexander Technique to try and open the areas for more movement, plus I had medicine to take. The most profound aspect of Raja Yoga meditation is it's capacity to restore a persons well-being  more or less at a Spiritual level. My mother thinks I am crazy for believing in it, but sadly her health is deteriorating, and if anything her spirit is in need of healing. I wonder if you have your own story about meditation and it's role in physical healing, not just spiritual, perhaps you have a loved one that is stressed beyond all traditional medicine means? Raja Yoga Meditation does involve, retreats and learning classes at the BK retreat centre, because of that theory some develop internal struggles, whilst others encounter a cathartic mystical relationship with the divine truth of this existence.

Until next time Om Shanti and Be Well,

Nick

Tuesday, June 25, 2013

My review of the Internship

I happened to catch a cool flick on the movie, the Internship Review showed me a great deal about the company Google, and Quiddich?, together with a crossover of those generations that do not Google and search the web, vs the Youth that builds apps and makes code as a matter of course. I liked this film, it had relevant references to Google structure, of interns and plenty of comedic relief, via Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson's character's, and their challenge of finding a new job after selling wristwatches. Interestingly today I noticed that Sony Review of Smart Watch have released a Google Android Wristwatch, and I wonder what this could mean for the internship having a sequel.

Till next time, be well and take care,

N

Friday, March 8, 2013

My Review of Drag Racing on Google Play

I am a lucky and proud owner of Google Android tablets running ICS, and for me, one of the easiest and funnest games, is a game called Drag Racing, I rated it highly because it is simple, and fun, with a side scrolling gear shifting, and nitro, effect, with an element of network combat, I rated it on Google Play Store, a 5 star game, because in addition to nitrous acceleration, the drag racing gameplay has a competitive element, with driver combat mode, where your car becomes the same level as your opponent, and knowing the gear ratio of a random car can earn you plenty of money. In the game your money and experience points allow you to power up engine, and other aspects of your car with your winnings, as the game is highly addictive, you can literally get anxious as you wait for your next car purchase and power ups. The level 3 mode, is when things start to get faster, with either 1/4 or 1/2 mile racing. I think I will be playing this game for some experience points well over the weekend I imagine.
Happy gaming on Google Play Store with Android, now seen to be a really sexy and relatively free OS for tablets.

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Weather changes and climate change

I recently managed to watch a copy of An Inconvenient Truth, and then also watched the film "The Day after tomorrow". The real challenge of understanding the impact of global warming and so forth. I therefore recommend browsing to www.climatecrisis.net where you can find out more information about planetary science and impacts of global warming. This documentary which featured slide shows of Al Gore, showed the melting of the polar ice caps and the effects of planetary atmospherics, and the resulting flooding and weather impacts of the continual ignorance in relation to what we as a developed society must do. That is to use renewable energy sources, like wind, geothermal and solar power, rather than burning coal.