Bazi alis Subrata Ray

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The Bath Of Brain In Meditation.


The cells of brain by quantum nature are active,
With conflict they turn reflective,
But it gets thwarted to channel the idea in order,
It needs rest and peace on tranquil boarder.

Sleep resumes the normalcy of brain,
Like the rest and fuel of a long travelled train,
In a child brain unlocks from feeding and sleep,
It begins to manifest through neurons’ clips.

The quantum physics marks brain in four waves,
Beta, Alpha, Theta, and delta are the caves,
Actions accelerate the frequency length,
But the amplitude of the wave loses its strength.
The remedy to refresh and have better prize,
Meditation and Yoga restore harmony and peace.

Concentration by dipping into unconscious Being,
Nourish the brain with psycho-transparent healing,
Ah! Meditation offers a calm body and calm a mind,
And in that brain gets electrified with the Divine behind.

Submitted: Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Edited: Thursday, September 12, 2013
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