Tieng hat tan nhan giua mac tu khoa
Rolling Stone Jann Wenner Billboard Prometheus Global Media. Daily Mail Associated Newspapers. The Hollywood Reporter. Entertainment Weekly Time Inc. A Kylie Minogue rip-off? The New York Times Company. Rolling Stone. Rolling Stone Music.
CBS News. Twitter Killed the Radio Star: Lady Gaga's "Born This Way". Digital Spy.
Who Cares? Time Time Inc.
Hợp tác quốc tế
The Daily Telegraph London: Telegraph Media Group. Los Angeles Times Tribune Company. Rolling Stone Jann Wenner. Cut from the same leotard? Lady Gaga: Are You? NME London: IPC Media Prometheus Global Media.
Yahoo Music! New York: Australian Recording Industry Association. The Official Charts Company. Hanshin Contents Link. Why NYC? New York. Google Headquarters. This reminds me when Rico, who plays the Zombie Boy in the video, I asked him why did you tattoo yourself? Grammy Award website. National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Jann Wenner. Hung Medien. International Federation of the Phonographic Industry.
Media Control Charts.
IFPI Greece. Irish Recorded Music Association. El Porvenir. Polish Music Charts.
Gaon Chart. IFPI Denmark.
Born This Way (bài hát)
Bundesverband Musikindustrie. Federation of the Italian Music Industry. Recording Industry Association of Japan. Recording Industry Association of New Zealand. Swedish Recording Industry Association. Swiss Music Charts.
TẠP CHÍ VIỆT NAM
British Phonographic Industry. Television New Zealand. All Access Music Group. Our birth is but a sleep and a forgetting: The Soul that rises with us, our life's Star, Hath had elsewhere its setting, And cometh from afar: Not in entire forgetfulness, And not in utter nakedness, But trailing clouds of glory do we come From God, who is our home: Heaven lies about us in our infancy!
Shades of the prison-house begin to close Upon the growing Boy,. Then, going far beyond Wordsworth, she reasoned that if God lives in here pointing to her heart , logically one should be able to see him at any time — "we just have to know where to direct our attention. Seeing the Light of God is believing". Consequently, she declared: This proof however, is evident only to those who have been initiated into what she terms the "Quan Yin Method" of meditation. Worshipped both by Buddhists and Taoists, Quan Yin is represented as a female figure with many arms to signify her generosity towards her devotees.
She is particularly favoured by women who pray to her for the birth of a son.
However, the "Quan Yin Method" of meditation bears little relationship to the traditional simple prayers and offerings made to the goddess. While reluctant to explain the method to the uninitiated, Ching Hai did indicate in replies to questions from the audience that it involves turning our attention inwards to listen to God — something we have forgotten in the course of our busy lives.
During meditation one will hear musical sounds, such as that of the bagpipe. However, the technique should be learned properly and practised correctly. She warned of the danger of focusing on any chakras or centres of energy without proper guidance. That guidance is given during the process of initiation into the method.
All present were invited to take initiation there and then. About people took up the offer. Some underwent full initiation which involves a life-long commitment to a vegan diet and at least two hours meditation daily, as well as refraining from all alternative forms of meditation and other spiritual practices. Others received the "quick initiation" or "convenient method", requiring a half-hours meditation daily and abstinence from meat for ten days each month.
NOMAFSI - Viện KHKT nông lâm nghiệp miền núi phía Bắc
Ching Hai is portrayed as a talented and energetic woman - evident in the displays round the hall of paintings, jewelry, Chinese lanterns and fashion. All — we were told — were designed by herself and available for purchase. Also on sale were her videos, CDs, tapes and books. A magazine and a booklet of her talks were available for free.
Proceeds of sales are used to fund charitable activities and disaster relief in various parts of the world. Ching Hai was brought up as a Catholic, but learnt the rudiments of Buddhism from her grandmother. However, in a brief autobiography she explains that her significant spiritual experience came about as a result of time spent in the Himalayas where she discovered "the Quan Yin Method and the Divine Transmission". Some clues however, are to be found in the language that she uses in her writings and talks.
This tradition is represented at its best in the Radha Soami movements of Agra and Beas. The main features held in common both by the Radha Soamis and Ching Hai include: Former disciples of Ching Hai have alleged that disciples are taught to meditate with a blanket over their heads. This practice tends to induce hyper-ventilation which makes people more susceptible to mind-control. It has also been reported that disciples were strongly encouraged by Ching Hai herself to put together a six-figure donation towards U. And, as for the Dublin mission, several letters appeared subsquently in the "Irish Times" from some of those initiated.
They complained that, though they attempted to practise the "Quan Yin Method", their efforts to see God ended in failure. Apart from the various groups calling themselves "Radhasoamis" that have split off from the original movement based in Agra, there are a number of independent movements with their own names based on Radhasoami philosophy and spirituality.
But apart from these, there are numerous movements using surat-shabd ideology and methods, which are shy about acknowledging the sources of their teaching. The best known of these is Eckankar, established by Paul Twitchell, one-time disciple of Kirpal Singh. His movement consists mainly of plagiarized Radhasoami elements with a few added idiosyncratic twists.
It has also suggested that the Divine Light Mission has a connection with the Radhasoami tradition. According to some accounts, the father of Guru Maharaj had been a follower of one or other branch of the Radhasoamis.