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    The Beatles Impact Essay

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    This frenzy overtook the media as the latest pop culture craze. Many of the young Beatles fans soon learned about the teachings of this type of meditation and what it had to offer. The Fab Four were quick to be pinned by the media as “The Beatles’ Guru.” While other stars looked into psychedelics and LSD to “open the doors to higher powers,” Harrison turned to meditation, spiritual literature and looked up to Ravi Shankar for guidance. Goldberg has estimated that during the 70s, the Beatles managed to introduce Transcendental Meditation to more than 2 million…

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    It is a festival put in place to give thanks, honour and praise to one’s teacher, guru, or mentor. These mentors show someone the way into the “light of knowledge” (Pattni, B. N., Joshi D., 2013). The term guru is split into two parts: “gu” meaning darkness and “ru” meaning the remedy or “antidote” to darkness (Pattni, B. N., Joshi D., 2013). This festival is not only to give thanks and reverence to a spiritual guru, but as well to a school teacher, etc. In several cities of India, Guru Poornima…

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    Kumare Documentary I found the Kumare documentary very entertaining and enlightening to watch. The clear message that everything each of us needs can be found inside of us was demonstrated in the ways that many of Kumare 's followers were able to improve and change their lives in spite of the fact that Kumare was not truly a guru or spiritual leader at the beginning. I also felt that Kumare learned as much from the process as his students did. While Vikram went into the process not believing…

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    Project Management Guru

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    According to Project Management Guru (2012), three benefits of formally monitoring and controlling project risk include: It allows the team members to understand the current state of the project, including validating and controlling the scope of the project. It allows the team members to understand the budget and schedule of the project, including controlling the cost sand quality of the project. It allows the team members to consider changes (perform integrated change) that could improve the…

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    Trash Guru Swot Analysis

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    The Trash Guru is convenient in the sense that the purchaser no longer has to take the trash to the curb themselves. Customers can place the trash on the dock and program the device to take the trash to the cub at any day/time. This product does not release any harmful toxins into the air because it is battery power operated. The Trash Guru is very beneficial to the buyer because of its multiple uses. Homeowners can use it for the purpose of taking out the trash, as can business. But The Trash…

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    The Guru Syndrome Essay

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    The Guru Syndrome Every fitness expert, including myself, is going to tell you the secret to success. And they'll tell you everybody else except a few of their "friends" is leading you astray. It's common in any field full of experts. It's what we do. Tip: You should trust but verify. If you have questions, ask them! If they cannot provide answers, ask them who can or jump on this wonderful Internet and do a little old school, 6th grade homework type research. But rarely should you take…

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    Sikhism In South Asia

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    Moreover, the Sikh movement developed inside South Asia; whereas, Islam came from outside South Asia. The first Muslims came to South Asia as merchants and with time as a political power. On the other hand, Sufi mystic combined elements of Hinduism with other elements of Islam developed in Iran and central Asia. Whereas, Sikhism rejects Hindus traditions such as food taboos, and Brahamanism. Sikhs do not believe in the power of Brahamanists. Sikhism is not supposed to be about us, it is supposed…

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    Sikhism Research Paper

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    teachings of the 10 Sikh Masters, which are all embodied in the 11th and final master, which is the Shri Guru Granth Sahib Ji (SGGS) the word("What are the," 2014) . Christianity (from the Ancient Greek word Christos) meaning the “the anointed one” is an Abrahamic, monotheistic religion based on the life and oral teachings of Jesus of Nazareth as presented in the New Testament("Sikhism and christianity:," 2008) . Moreover,…

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    Sikhism Ethical Issues

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    This deficit of women has resulted in a bride trafficking practice where women from villages are bought and sometimes kidnapped to be sold as brides to men. In regions like Punjab, the sex ratio is so skewed towards men that wives are often shared between brothers or cousins. In 1994, the Indian government implemented Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques Act, which only allows pre-conception tests to identify a deformity in the fetus. Although this law still continues to be broken, women’s rights…

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    Research Paper On Sikhism

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    Sikhism. Established in the fifteenth century in the Punjab region of India, Sikhism holds the principle that all people are children of God, regardless of caste, status, or history. The founder of Sikhism, Guru Nanak Dev, aimed to use Sikhism to emphasize “a casteless society in which there will be mutual coexistence and cooperation” (Singh, 2008, p. 35) and defined Sikh to mean “disciple” (Singh, 2008). Sikhs believe in the formless concept of God and suggest that the best way to salvation is…

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