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Human beings are rarely completely alive Their bodies are often functioning well and they think theyre alive which they technically are but do not bring their intrinsic selves fully into life There exist experiences where people are overcome by a powerful energy where everything in life suddenly becomes clear Athletes refer to this feeling as being in the zone It is a moment where everything that is you becomes alive Every book about Yoga that I have read so far discusses this state of complete awareness of experiencing a new sense of aliveness and a surge of energy This paper will explore the scientific explanation for this moment of real Truth and how yoga relates to this topic It is pretty safe to say that the ultimate goal in life for most individuals is to achieve happiness However everybody has their own idea of happiness different from the next persons For me happiness is forever experiencing that feeling of true awareness It is never-ending clarity I have felt what these authors so beautifully describe I must admit that it is absolute bliss But it has been many years since I have felt it In recent years I have had many adrenaline rushes in sports and in exciting moments but none can compare to the true Awareness that I am referring to I yearn for the moment where I can experience it once again at an age where I can truly appreciate it I have chosen to investigate this notion of aliveness for several reasons Primarily I am curious as to why we as human beings cannot always be in that state of real awareness I also hope to learn more about how I can train myself to be everything that I am to be fully conscious for an end uring amount of time Finally I feel that it would be useful for others to know that such a feeling of sheer bliss exists and
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