Buddha's Principle of Relativity: Mind Body Stress
Why not try for yourself Buddha’s Code of Practice – The Path to Purification for better health, peace and happiness Wouldn’t you rather try out now than wait until it is too late? The sooner the better I exposed this ancient teaching of the Buddha that lay unheard and unsung for over 1500 years to reveal that psychological aspects can have their physical effects – mind, body and stress. Don’t leave for tomorrow what you can do for yourself today * * * “At the end of the twentieth century many neuroscientists are still arguing on questions like; what is this aspect of intellect and consciousness we call the mind, to produce a combination of thought, memory and emotion, to name just a few? This book is a bold attempt to throw some light into solving this mystery. As a person with interest in Science and Technology it appeals to me as a very fruitful effort. Please enjoy reading; you will find it enlightening!” Professor Lakshman Jayatilleke Chancellor, Wayamba University of Sri Lanka Former Chairman, National Education Commission of Sri Lanka
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