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Mandatory Sports, Making of Citizen Warriors and National Security

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If you don’t teach war-simulation games to toddlers, by not giving them toy-weapons, by keeping them away from games like Kabbadi, kho-kho, kusti, you help them in becoming weak and dependent citizens.

Instead of avoiding war-simulations altogether, teach them right usage! Impart correct value system!

Insects don’t have values, can’t protect self and get crushed first in giant and powerful wave.

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Here is the interesting conversation from Arya Chanakya.

Chanakya’s way of creating a non-salaried army:

C = Chanakya S= Shivanath

S: A large army would inflate the defense budget. How can the state support it? To what extent we can increase the taxes before the public revolts?

C: We should build an army that doesn’t require salaries.

S: How is that possible? Who will work as a solider without salary? You are talking strange. The size of the army is dependent on defense budget.

C: Yes. The public will revolt if one has to raise a huge army for a war that comes once in life time. Public gets dissatisfied with the govt if the taxes go beyond the tolerable threshold. When the public develop apathy towards their rulers/govt, enemy doesn’t have to indulge in a war to win the kingdom. That is why I suggest we build an nonsalaried army.

When we develop patriotism in the citizens and offer them military training, they become nonsalaried army in the time of need. We also need to instill dharmic-fervor in them. Religious rituals are part of every individual’s life. So we need to develop patriotism intertwined with their religious/dharmic lifestyle. One cannot have patriotism unless one’s belief system is rooted in the lands they live in {KEY POINT}. That is why the need of the hour is to intertwine hindu dharma with these land. Land without religion is like a palace without foundation. Religion is the concept that uplifts animism into humanism and humanism into God-consciousness.

Bring together every citizen between ages 16 and 40 of every village into one place on a regular basis. Give them military training. Make it a sportive event. Instill discipline while training them in military skills. Make them sing patriotic songs. Identify suitable instructors in each village. This should not appear as an activity done for the state. It should appear as a sportive event for the benefit and entertainment of public. The king must establish indirect control on these village committees and encourage them as necessary.

Such activities instill unity and friendship among villagers. In times of need the villages will not only become self-protective but also offer trained army to king’s battles. This is an army without salary or state-budget. It has unlimited capacity (numbers).

In addition to this a salaried army will always be in the control of the king for unforeseen situations. The people’s army will act as an addendum to the regular army.
S: What a wonderful concept.

Ref: Arya Chanakya by Sri Vedula Surya Narayana

 

Rest In Peace : Silent Western Universalism

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RIP, in Indian social media, it is now common trend to use it when some famous personality dies. In fact, it is not mere trend but blind mimicry due to powerful influence of western universalism. It is nonsense adaptation. I say it is nonsense because “rest in peace” or its Latin original “requiescat in pace,” implies a belief in the concept that at death, the body is separated from the soul, and so the body is buried while the soul rests elsewhere until the final day of judgment when some “god” unites the body with the soul and then assigns some to “heaven” and others to “hell.”

I find the whole notion of heaven and hell, and its necessary correlate of a judgmental “god” who hands out eternal rewards and punishments, utterly insane and repulsive. It’s all very fine for people who profess the Abrahamic faiths to wish their co-religionists RIP but others would do well to respect people of different faiths and not wish them RIP.

For me, for billion Hindus, who slowly are adapting catholic culture (RIP is just one expression. Cutting cake on Birthday, eating junk pizza on all festivals etc are other such expressions showing Church influence on ordinary Hindu’s life style), Atma continues to descend on material plane until moksha is attained. So, RIP expression is nonsense.

It is shocking state where average Hindu read, write, consume non-dharmik traditions very easily. Of course, it doesn’t matter much as far as daily chores go. However, slowly vanishing dharmik imprints from Hindu mind, is dangerous.
Do not rest in peace, welcome back!

Interstellar, Mono-culture Farming and Gau Mata

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Blight refers to a specific symptom affecting plants in response to infection by a pathogenic organism.

In movie interstellar, this was mentioned as crop epidemic. One by one, each crop was failing in future.

What is solution for this?

Being a farmer, I know the answer for it.

There is no pathogenic (Able to cause disease) organism on Earth. Each one of us doing our job. Some of these bacteria are given clean up job. When Mother Nature sees no sign of life, she arranges bacterias to do clean up job.

Since advent of last century, world has adopted monoculture farming (and nuclear family living) with heavy use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers. This has lead to depletion of vital elements in the soil. Crops suck whatsoever available nutrients but they are not sufficient to survive on them. Hence, from birth, plants are living almost dead life. And so blight the rapid decaying process. Premature decay.

Solution is multi-crop gau based farming. Her dung and urine has all 128 necessary elements (In picture, you see 33 elemental devata(s) shown in her body). Along with it, they are full of Prana shakti ( This is beyong modern science to understand 🙂). But for her to provide us such precious wealth, we need forests for her to graze.

When plants are full of prana and nutrients, there will be no trace of blight.

A common sense solution without mambo jumbo of Popular science 😉 🙂

Afforestation + Protection of Bos Indicus + diversity or polucrops -> Solution for world food crisis

Water is disappearing, do we care?

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Many organisms invaded and occupied terrestrial and aerial niches, but none gained true independence from water.
Water connects the dots.
Water is life line.
Water is God!

Water is truly a crucial determinant of the fitness of the environment. In a very real sense, organisms are aqueous systems in a watery world.
And we thought, its coffee(or cola or other beverages) that makes our day! lol !
Do you enjoy drinking water? Or your senses are weakened enough and need special ingredients coffee, tea and cola!

True! Need of the hour! Where is purest water resource?? One more area where focus should shift soon, immediately! Pure do cure!

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||मित्र-वारुणी विध्या||

अप्स्वन्तरमृतमप्सु भेषजमपामुत प्रशस्तये। देवा भवत वाजिनः॥१९॥
जल मे अमृतोपम गुण है। जल मे औषधीय गुण है। हे देवो! ऐसे जल की प्रशंसा से आप उत्साह प्राप्त करें॥१९॥
-ऋग्वेद

Imagine the world with no ground water. Look at the map. It is already happening. No water, no life.

Our modern life is designed to create isolated silos. We are disconnected from our basic necessity sources. The technology-progress arrogance is so high that we really don’t care about being part of the natural cycle.

In luxury bath, you will waste plenty of water because for you, supply is unlimited!

I see new generation apartments and homes using guzzling amount of water from bore-well with absolutely no activity related to water re-charge.

And when we talk to them, selfish scums will reply: “Who cares? We pay for the water bill. We must get our share! You go to hell!”

Teach your kids importance of natural resources. Don’t raise them in urban silos. Expose them to harsh realities of this planet.

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May be, we (our kids) will need yet another Bhagirath (भागीरथ – extreme) efforts to welcome Maa Ganga again. Our generation is foolish enough to waste water.


Water is disappearing. Use it moderately. Train kids to use water frugally.

In many parts of the world, in particular in the dry, mid-latitudes, far more water is used than is available on an annual, renewable basis. Precipitation, snowmelt, and streamflow are no longer enough to supply the multiple, competing demands for society’s water needs. Because the gap between supply and demand is routinely bridged with non-renewable groundwater, even more so during drought, groundwater supplies in some major aquifers will be depleted in a matter of decades. The myth of limitless water and the free-for-all mentality that has pervaded groundwater use must now come to an end.

Earth’s Disappearing Groundwater

http://earthobservatory.nasa.gov/blogs/earthmatters/2014/11/05/earths-disapearing-groundwater/?utm_content=bufferf656a&utm_medium=social&utm_source=twitter.com&utm_campaign=buffer

Major Fallacy : Outsourcing Svadharma

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You cannot plant trees? Pay Green tax.
You cannot clean the street? Pay Clean cess.
You cannot participate in societal education? Pay education cess.
Pay water tax and use unlimited ground water!

Once you equate your critical Karma towards society and mother nature with money, you reduce its importance to zero.

“Everything can be taken care by money” is Ravan’s Lanka attitude. Ponzi schemes to hide societal inability to do duties, laziness and apathy. More opportunities for corruption.

Money cannot replace your efforts. Mercenary (Paid) soldiers may win battles but they always fail in long term wars.

Cess, Tax, Fine – they can be supporting karma but they cannot replace your necessary duties.

Daily Prayachchit for Five Slaughterhouses At Home

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Such a level of sensitivity Sanatana Dharma teaches. 5 places at every home work like a slaughter houses. Dharma considers these actions as bounding. Imagine the Karmic impact of animal slaughter. Unfortunately mindless ignorance of modern Indian has no solution 🙁.

Due to Tamas of Kaliyuga, sacrifices and prayachchit are forgotten. Forget about animal slaughter, day to day slaughters in kitchen are enough to cause obstacles in spiritual journey. Cause of many Tamsik actions around us.

Pati-Patni should become more alert about their actions and perform their duties to avoid karmic consequences.

Small but critical duty. Take care. Spread it in your sensitive family. This is the way we can turn pages of Kaliyug into Satya yug 🙂. there is no magic wand but our karma 🙂. (Y)
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तासां क्रमेण सर्वासां निष्कृत्यर्थं महर्षिभिः ।
पञ्च क्ल्प्ता महायज्ञाः प्रत्यहं गृहमेधिनाम् । । ३.६९[५९ं] । ।

In order to successively expiate (the offences committed by means) of all these (five) the great sages have prescribed for householders the daily (performance of the five) great sacrifices.

अध्यापनं ब्रह्मयज्ञः पितृयज्ञस्तु तर्पणम् ।
होमो दैवो बलिर्भौतो नृयज्ञोऽतिथिपूजनम् । । ३.७०[६०ं] । ।

Teaching (and studying) is the sacrifice (offered) to Brahman, the (offerings of water and food called) Tarpana the sacrifice to the manes, the burnt oblation the sacrifice offered to the gods, the Bali offering that offered to the Bhutas, and the hospitable reception of guests the offering to men.

पञ्चैतान्यो महाअयज्ञान्न हापयति शक्तितः ।
स गृहेऽपि वसन्नित्यं सूनादोषैर्न लिप्यते । । ३.७१[६१ं] । ।

देवतातिथिभृत्यानां पितॄणां आत्मनश्च यः ।
न निर्वपति पञ्चानां उच्छ्वसन्न स जीवति । । ३.७२[६२ं] । ।

He who neglects not these five great sacrifices, while he is able (to perform them), is not tainted by the sins (committed) in the five places of slaughter, though he constantly lives in the (order of) house (-holders).

But he who does not feed these five, the gods, his guests, those whom he is bound to maintain, the manes, and himself, lives not, though he breathes.

All verses from Chapter 3 of Manu Smriti

Who is Brahmachari?

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Since we have corrupted our languages to the core and made them shallow, we often understand words in spiritual domain with shallow meanings.

One such word is Brahmchari!

Who is he/she?

The one who performs sexual abstinence. That is it? That is so narrow definition as for us, we also have Grihastha brahmachari.

Then who is exactly Brahmachari?

As Bollywood depicts? 😀

No!

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स दाधार पृथिवीं दिवं च स आचार्य तपसा पिपर्ति ॥11-5-1॥
– अथर्ववेद

This particular verse is from Brahmchari Sukta. It describes obligatory duties of Brahmchari. Brahmchari is the one who is ever toiling(साधना) for expanding his consciousness to merge self in God-consciousness.

ब्रह्म means growth, knowledge, value and nectar
चारिन् means to act, conduct, behavior.

ब्रह्मचारी is always engrossed in conducts that promotes growth, knowledge, values and nectar (Bliss)

So what does he do to achieve this?

ब्रह्मचारी उभे रोदसी इष्णन चरति|
अपनी अभिवृद्धिकी इच्छा रखनेवाला पुरुष अपने वातावरणको अनुकूल बनाकर अपना व्यवहार करता है|
ब्रह्मचारी, the one who is steadfast in spiritual progress, works to make his environment propitious and favorable for effortless living. So that he can focus on his goals.

Do we strive to make our surroundings pure? Can we adjust ourselves with environment until we change it for better?

Do not live in friction. Save your senses from unnecessary fiction. Live pure, strive for pure.

Intensive farming link to bovine TB

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Intensive farming link to bovine TB

Lack of Prana प्राण / Inability to use Prana efficiently / Inability to hold Prana / Aging = क्षय.
Acute shortage of Prana = राजक्षय = TB
Be it human slum or intenstive animals farming, densely populated organisms consume Prana profusely with reduced efficiency of the community. So they are prone to राजक्षय.

Many doctor friends cautioned me about TB when I started consuming Raw milk. And I told them that I drink mother’s prasad. Cows whose milk I get, are treated like mother. Their resistance and immunity is genetically superior. On top of it, they receive epigenetically superior environment,love and care.

She is mother. She gives prana. So TB and Desi cows – impossible. Or only possible in slaughter house intended feedlots (A feedlot or feed yard is a type of animal feeding operation (AFO) which is used in intensive animal farming for finishing livestock, notably beef cattle)

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Intensive farming practices such as larger herd size, maize growth, fewer hedgerows and the use of silage have been linked to higher risk of bovine TB, new research has concluded.

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Intensive farming link to bovine TB

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/news/featurednews/title_480545_en.html

A study by the University of Exeter, funded by BBSRC and published in the Royal Society journal Biological Letters, analysed data from 503 farms which have suffered a TB breakdown alongside 808 control farms in areas of high TB risk.

Dr Fiona Mathews, Associate Professor in Mammalian Biology, who led the study, said: “TB is absolutely devastating for farming, and it’s essential that workable solutions are found. In the worst hit areas, farms are frequently affected over and over again with crippling consequences. If lower intensity production means better animal health, it offers a sustainable long-term strategy in high risk areas.”

The last few decades have seen radical changes in farming practices. Half of British dairy farmers have gone out of business since 2002. Those that remain have larger herds and greater productivity: average herd size increased from 75 animals in 1996 to 133 in 2014 (a rise of 77%), and the annual yield increased from 5,775 litres per cow in 1995 to 7,535 litres per cow in 2013 (a rise of 27%).

The team found that farms with herds of 150 cattle or more were 50% more likely to suffer a bovine TB outbreak than those with herds of 50 or fewer. Patterns of crop production and feeding were also important, with the risks increasing with practices linked with higher productivity systems. For every 10 hectares of maize – a favourite food of the badgers that play a role in transmitting the disease – bTB risk increased by 20%. The feeding of silage was linked with a doubling of the risk in both dairy and beef systems. Landscape features such as deciduous woodland, marshes and hedgerows were also important. For example, on farms with 50km of field boundaries, each extra 1km of hedgerow was linked with a 37% reduction in risk. This is likely to be because there is less contamination of pasture by badger faeces and urine in hedgerow-rich areas. Marshland was associated with increased risk, possibly as a secondary effect of infection with liver fluke – a disease linked with wet environments and which interferes with the diagnosis of bTB in cattle.

Relational Biology : Membranes Not Genes

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Biologists know this very well: “Embryo development (ontogeny) depends on developmental gene regulatory networks (dGRNs), but dGRNs depend on preexisting spatial anisotropies that are defined by early embryonic axes, and those axes are established long before the embryo’s dGRNs are put in place. DNA sequences do not specify the final functional forms of most membrane components. Still less does DNA specify the spatial arrangements of those components. Yet their spatial arrangements carry essential ontogenetic information. The fact that membrane patterns carry ontogenetic information that is not specified by DNA poses a problem for any theory of evolution (such as Neo-Darwinism) that attributes the origin of evolutionary novelties to changes in a genetic program—whether at the level of DNA sequences or dGRNs.”[1]

In short, development of new cells depends more on Membrane Patterns than genes at the center. Membrane Patterns are formed based on epigenetic factors and cell-cell communication.

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Every one of us completely regenerates our own skin every 7 days. A cut heals itself and disappears in a week or two. Every single cell in our skeleton is replaced every 7 years. And there are many such regeneration cycles going on right now at different layers of our physical body.

At each such new beginning constantly pushed in to our microcosm Universe, there is an opportunity to repair the damaged life codes (DNA in modern science language) and streamline irregular processes.

Sheer abundances of chances presented by mother nature to regain healthy state back.

Unfortunately, we are taught in Biology that genes control us ever since Watson and Crick proposed Genes dogma. So there is apathy and doubt related to epigenetic factors (Non-genetic factors controlling and shaping our lives) not limited to stress-free mind, stress-free social environment, natural habitat, pets, animals, plants – they all play a role in helping us regaining healthy state back.

Think about it. Take care.

[1] Membrane Patterns Carry Ontogenetic Information That Is Specified Independently of DNA

http://bio-complexity.org/ojs/index.php/main/article/viewArticle/BIO-C.2014.2

 

Psychological stress, Ama (Toxins) and Aging

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I receive many queries related to premature aging. Reduced appetite, reduced sleep, grey hair, arthritis – All these issues manifest after 40. But you now see them even in age below 20.

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In old age, we can understand, it is due to मन्दाग्नि (Mandagni – Low Fire) but how come they are now regular in young age?

Ama (आम) – Toxins – Something that is unripe. Unripe outcomes of biological process. it can be at the time of digestion, assimilation or purging. All three stages or any one of them, when not working as per laws of the body, accumulates toxins locally. That is आम.

These end products, being inadequately processed, have a macromolecular structure, which is bigger and grosser than those end products which might have produced if a complete processing would have taken place.

It happens naturally in old-age. It happens unnaturally in young age due to following habits:

Despite physically young and metabolically active, if you indulge in physical and mental activities just after having meal, you are disturbing active digestion process. This can result in Ama i.e. Toxins.

Irregular meal timings is another reason that disturbs fire-based processes in body.

Regular intake of food lacking hydration and fat (dry), cold food, stale food can also generate Ama.

Too many emotions out of balance. Extreme Kama, Krdha, Lobha, Moha, Irshya. Extreme lajja, shoka, abhimana, Udvega, Bhaya, Up-tapta (sad).

In many experimental studies, various types of physical and psychological stress are found to induce dysfunction of intestinal barrier, resulting in enhanced intake of potentially noxious material (e.g., antigens, toxins, and other proinflammatory molecule) from the gut lumen into the bloodstream [1] . This gives a very interesting proposition to see if these noxious materials play the role of ama as a progenitor to joint diseases as perceived in Ayurveda.

In short, Quality of the food + Intake method and timing + Mood + Compatibility with your nature and age play critical role in perfect digestion, assimilation and elimination.

Check your routine. Check life of avg urban teen-ager. You will realize reason behind early aging. If such habits continue for 3-4 generations, rapid aging becomes स्वभाव of the gene-pool.

Take care. Check your habits in mirror. Correct them. Whatever happened so far, cannot be reversed but you can certainly slow down further aging by eliminating toxins and not making their way again in the body.


Research


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[1] Stress and intestinal barrier function

http://ajpgi.physiology.org/content/280/1/G7

The intestinal mucosa is continuously exposed to an immense load of antigens from ingested food, resident bacteria, invading viruses, etc. The single-cell epithelial layer lining the gut lumen (surface area ∼300 m2) has conflicting functions, playing a major role in the digestion and absorption of nutrients and at the same time constituting the organism’s most important barrier between the internal and external environments. Under normal circumstances, the epithelium allows only minute quantities of intact antigens to cross into the mucosa, where they interact with the mucosal immune system to downregulate inflammation (known as oral tolerance). On the other hand, it is necessary for enteric pathogens to activate immune cells and initiate the inflammatory response required to clear the infection. In some disease conditions, such as inflammatory bowel disease, excessive penetration of antigens through the epithelial layer may result in inappropriate immune stimulation, leading to chronic gastrointestinal inflammation. The ability of the epithelium to control uptake of molecules into the body is denoted as the intestinal barrier function.

 

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