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  1. 108 Times OM Mantra Chanting | 432Hz Singing Bowl | 30 Minutes Deep Yoga & Meditation Music

    In this 30 minutes composition, the OM Mantra is chanted 108 times, accompanied by the healing vibration of a 432Hz frequency crystal singing bowl and surrounded by meditative music. This meditation was written and performed with Love to be at your side whenever you feel like 💛

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    The 🕉 OM mantra (also called AUM mantra) is one of the most commonly chanted mantras and can be used for a wide variety of mantra meditations. OM mantra chanting drives away all worldly thoughts and removes any distraction while infusing new energy in your body. Chanting the OM mantra can also help you break loose the constraints that you have imposed upon yourself. The constraints that hinder yourself to listen to your inner wisdom and prevent you from using that wisdom to chart the best course for a life of purpose and passion.

    As for 108, the individual numbers 1, 0, and 8 represent one thing, nothing, and everything (infinity). 108 represents the ultimate reality of the universe as being simultaneously one, emptiness, and infinite. Renowned mathematicians of Vedic culture viewed 1…

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  2. Leading Stanford Professor on Fatigue, Sleep Issues and Circadian Biology

    To see summary and links visit: http://selfhacked.com/2016/01/21/lead

    Dr. Jamie Zeitzer is an expert on circadian biology in sleep. He received his BA in biology at Vassar College, a Phd in neurobiology at Harvard University, and was a postdoctoral fellow at UCLA and Stanford. Currently he works as an Assistant Professor at Stanford.

    The reason I wanted to talk to Jamie Zeitzer today is because of his strong research background and expertise in sleep medicine. He has published a lot of research on many topics that are of interest, including sleep, circadian biology, the vagus nerve, and several SNPs. I’m actually not sure if he's into health at all. The purpose of this interview is to try to peek our heads into some of the most recent science on these subjects. So I’m really excited to have him.

    In this interview we cover:

    how light affects our circadian rhythm and our sleep, what percentage of genes may be controlled by our circadian rhythms (his prediction may shock you), how to determine your individual requirement of necessary sleep, testing for 'sleep quality' (and what the definition of sleep quality is), sleep apnea, why you're waking up tired, marijuana's effects on sleep, the problems in our medical establishment, which are preventing necessary testing and treatments needed for …

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