Hingori Series of Books
The Hingori Series of Books include Karmasutra - Cracking the Karmic Code and Aatmasutra - Unveiling the Soul


Thoughts and Experiences shared by readers of the books

Spiritual Arguments – Falling in Love with Yourself

12:28 07 March in Spiritual Arguments

Why We Should Love Ourselves Most women believe that the way to a man’s heart is through his stomach. Similarly, the way to the Consciousness Supreme begins with your physical incarnation. You need to love yourself at a physical level, at a spirit level, at a memory level, before you can reach the point of loving your individual soul or jivatma. Therefore let us start at the very beginning. Statutory Warning: The inroad to this journey might be through the physical incarnation, but let’s not become a part of the Carly Simon song, which goes, “You’re so vain, you probably think this song is about you.” Please do not misunderstand ‘falling in love with yourself ’ as a case of vanity or...

David Eagleman – Can we create new senses for humans?

14:21 06 March in Articles of Interest

As humans, we can perceive less than a ten-trillionth of all light waves. “Our experience of reality,” says neuroscientist David Eagleman, “is constrained by our biology.” He wants to change that. His research into our brain processes has led him to create new interfaces — such as a sensory vest — to take in previously unseen information about the world around us. As the creator of stacks of compelling research, books and now the 6-part PBS series The Brain, grey matter expert David Eagleman is our most visible evangelist for neuroscience. He has helmed ground-breaking studies on time perception, brain plasticity and neurolaw. His latest research explores technology that bypasses sensory impairment -- such as a smartphone-controlled vest that translates sound...

How the Power of Positive Thinking Won Scientific Credibility

10:13 06 March in Articles of Interest

Psychologist Michael F. Scheier reflects on his groundbreaking 1985 research, which provided the scientific framework for exploring the real power of optimism. In just the last year, hundreds of academic papers have been published studying the health effects of expecting good things to happen, which researchers call "dispositional optimism." They've linked this positive outlook on life to everything from decreased feelings of loneliness to increased pain tolerance. Oddly enough, three decades ago, the outlook for research on optimism didn't look very good. But then, in 1985, Michael F. Scheier and Charles S. Carver'spublished their seminal study, "Optimism, Coping, and Health: Assessment and Implications of Generalized Outcome Expectancies" in Health Psychology. Researchers immediately embraced the simple hopefulness test they included in the paper and...

The Brain with David Eagleman – Episode 1

02:56 25 February in Articles of Interest

Dr David Eagleman takes viewers on an extraordinary journey that explores how the brain, locked in silence and darkness without direct access to the world, conjures up the rich and beautiful world we all take for granted. This episode begins with the astonishing fact that this technicolour multi-sensory experience we are having is a convincing illusion conjured up for us by our brains. In the outside world there is no colour, no sound, no smell. These are all constructions of the brain. Instead, there is electromagnetic radiation, air compression waves and aromatic molecules, all of which are interpreted by the brain as colour, sound and smell. We meet a man who is blind despite the fact that he has eyes that can...

What is the human aura – Nishant Sharma

12:07 21 February in Articles of Interest

Since ancient times we have seen pictures and paintings of different spiritual leaders across various traditions but one thing that is common among all of them is the halo that surrounds their head which is known as the Aura- energy field. It not only surrounds just the head but also extends all around your body. This aura represents your physical, mental, emotional as well as spiritual energies. The aura is often seen a mix of fine coloured frequencies where each colour define its own individual nature and characteristics. The vibration of this aura is very fine and subtle so we need very fine instruments to detect it or perhaps we can use our inborn intuitive mechanism and our latent psychic...

A readers realization – Devraj Khare

04:06 20 February in Experience

In half sleep today was perplexed with a question related to a book I recently read "Karma Sutra" The author articulated how we are in debt to the cow considering the milk we consume. That made sense, what was unanswered : The cow consumes the grass, so how does it pay off its debt to the grass. Then it struck me that the cow dung is at times used as manure for the very grass. With this thought I got up, appreciating the simplicity with which nature has facilitated the payment of this debt ...