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#1. Meditation has also been proven scientifically to untangle and rewire the neurological pathways in the brain that make up the conditioned personality. Buddhist monks, for example, have had their brains scanned by scientists as they sat still in deep altered states of consciousness invoked by transcendental meditation and the scientists were amazed at what they beheld. The frontal lobes of the monks lit up as bright as the sun! They were in states of peace and happiness the scientists had never seen before. Meditation invokes that which is known in neuroscience as neuroplasticity; which is the loosening of the old nerve cells or hardwiring in the brain, to make space for the new to emerge. Meditation, in this sense, is a fire that burns away the old or conditioned self, in the Bhagavad Gita, this is known as the Yajna;

"All karma or effects of actions are completely burned away from the liberated being who, free from attachment, with his physical mind enveloped in wisdom (the higher self), performs the true spiritual fire rite. - Author: Craig Krishna
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#2. There is no yajna (sacrifice) greater than spinning calculated to bring peace to the troubled spirit, to soothe the distracted student's mind, to spiritualize his life. - Author: Mahatma Gandhi
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#3. Let us now turn for a moment to the word karman which has been cited above. The meanings of the verbal root kar, present also in the Latin creare and the Greek κραίνω [kraino], are to make, do, and effect. And significantly, just as the Latin facere is originally sacra facere, literally "make sacred," and as the Greek πoιέω = ἱερoπoιέω [poieo = hieropoieo], so karman is originally and very often not merely "work" or "making," but synonymous with yajna, "sacrifice" and also with vrata, "sacred operation," "obedience," "sphere of activity," "function," and especially as in the Bhagavad Gita, with dharma, "justice" or "natural law." In other words, the idea is deeply rooted in our humanity that there is no real distinction of work from holy works, and no necessary opposition of profane to sacred activities. And it is precisely this idea that finds such vivid expression in the well-known Indian philosophy of action, the "Way of Works" (karmamarga) of the Bhagavad Gita. - Author: Ananda K. Coomaraswamy
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#4. The spinning wheel is the auspicious symbol of sharir yajna, body labour. - Author: Mahatma Gandhi
Yajna Moorkoth quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#5. Yajna having come to us with our birth, we are debtors all our lives, and thus for ever bound to serve the universe. - Author: Mahatma Gandhi
Yajna Moorkoth quotes by Mahatma Gandhi
#6. Every single act of one who would lead a life of purity should be in the nature of yajna. - Author: Mahatma Gandhi
Yajna Moorkoth quotes by Mahatma Gandhi

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