Symbol of creative power of the sun as well as the higher powers within an individual. (See The Golden Triangle.)
A special ancient practice of deliberately tensioning the body to gain the same benefits as from natural eustress responses. (See The Golden Triangle and Controlling Your Hormones.)
Stethos in ancient Greece. The source of thought and feeling, organs of the Soul used to interface with the outer world and lower heart. (See The Golden Triangle and Controlling Your Hormones.)
The physiological muscle and flesh beneath the perineal skin. The Bulbospongiosus (also called the Bulbocavernosus), which means a sponge-like, contractile/expansive flesh is also capable of forming a solid bulb such as noted when stepping into an icy cold shower. (See Controlling Your Hormones.)
Called Mantha in Sanskrit. Churning involves lower abdominal contortions which increase vitality and are commonly associated with deep sobbing. Churning can be experienced at times of strong demands on the body and mind. (See The Golden Triangle, Power for Change, Directing Life, and Joy and Evolution.)
Metaphysical building blocks of reality: “Air, Fire, and Water determine the nature of the fourth Element Earth, which is then made real by Mind.”
The power for change. (See The Handbook for Goats and Power for Change.)
Good stress that counters bad stress. Coined by Hans Selye who explained how intentional “muscular, nervous activity or anything else that requires effort” could reduce unwanted (dis)stress.
Unusual feelings in the lower abdominal region, associated with inner insights and strength.
Center of the body in the perineum which is the center of control and feelings. This is not the beating heart in the chest.
Many ancient writings refer to hormones as the mystical Elixir for energizing the inner allegorical gods or god-like powers. The powerful transformational hormones were known variously as ambrosia, amrita, haoma, soma, living waters, and chi in different cultures.
The power to change yourself and your world without reliance on the external power of institutions or authorities.
The word Intention had an earlier meaning based on the Greek word upothesis, which has the metaphysical definition of describing “that which has been settled before it begins.” It is far more than the modern usage of being a plan of action or design. (See The Golden Triangle.)
Sanskrit term for Intention. It is the vision of what you want your self and world to be in the future. Mantra integrates your past and present with this intended future. (See The Golden Triangle.)
Metaphysical force that unites. The source of evolution, vision and the power of intention. Called Brahma in the ancient Sanskrit documents. (See American Meditation, The Handbook for Goats, The Philosophy of Patanjali, The Golden Triangle, Creating Heaven on Earth, Finding Power, and Directing Life.)
Manifested intention. (See The Golden Triangle.)
The ancient view of the Perineum is still evidenced with its name, which is derived from the ancient Greek words Peri which means “center” and neuma which means “control” or that the Perineum is the center or heart of control. (See American Meditation, The Handbook for Goats, The Golden Triangle, Creating Heaven on Earth, Directing Life, Joy and Evolution, and Controlling Your Hormones.)
Power of Love
Called Eros in ancient Greek; Rudra and Bhairava in ancient Sanskrit. The inner power to manifest your intention. (See American Meditation, The Golden Triangle, Creating Heaven on Earth, Joy and Evolution, and Controlling Your Hormones.)
Becoming vitalized, stimulated, more alive. (See The Handbook for Goats, The Golden Triangle, and Creating Heaven on Earth.)
Inner transformational fluid, now known to be adaptive hormones which enliven or quicken the body and mind to manifest one’s intention. (See The Golden Triangle, Power for Change, and Joy and Evolution.)
Awareness of the self and outer world and a chosen path to be followed. (See The Golden Triangle, Directing Life, Creating Heaven on Earth, and Joy and Evolution.)
The breasts were known in ancient Greece as Stethos, which were defined in ancient Greek as being “the seat of feelings and thought as we (currently) use heart.” (See Controlling Your Hormones.)
The feminine creative center of both sexes which exists in the perineum of both sexes, serving to stimulate the production of soma. (See The Golden Triangle and Controlling Your Hormones.)