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mysid.noun
any of various small, shrimplike, chiefly marine crustaceans of the order Mysidacea, the females of which carry their eggs in a pouch beneath the thorax (area of a body containing the heart and lungs); also called opossum shrimp

Maharishi Mahesh Yogi
spiritual teacher of over 50 years and major contributor to world peace, Maharishi has continuously revived and restored ancient Vedic technologies for creating inner and outer peace and has offered this transforming knowledge to the citizens and governments of every nation. Now passed, his work carries on with, among others, Dr. John Hagelin, physicist, finder of the elusive.unified field theory.Einstein spent 30 years trying to find. Due to Maharishi's and efforts of others, the attitude that the Infinite One (more commonly referred to as God) exemplified to mankind in the person of one called Emmanuel the Christ, has now reached a point of 'critical mass', where there are now enough sincere spiritually minded people that the world will soon (why?) have the peace it has always desired, the peace necessary so that all mankind prospers in all areas of his living. This is called the kingdom of God and the kingdom of heaven in the Holy Bible and we are at this point in time now. Concentration, comtemplation engage the mind. TM is where no thinking is, where one has stilled the mind to the point of being devoid of thought and here is reached pure consciousness, the consciousness where all things we see and know of are 'anchored', the realm of God. It is here we experience God.

Transcendental means to transcend, to pass beyond, in this case to leave off from the daily chatter that runs incessantly through our minds. Trancendence is going beyond all boundaries. The difference between boundaries and boundlessness is a prisoner of the ego. Transcending is the mind's way of unfolding to itself. Mankind is designed to transcend.

At the transcendent stage, one becomes an observer of what is occuring in his or her own life. He or she sort of stands aside and doesn't add any mental messages to what is happening. He or she realizes that all is made up of the same energy and that is what occurs as the result of our individual mindsets affecting the collective mind of mankind, thus making the next act on the stage of life.

Transcendental Meditation and exposure to the sun helps lower blood pressure without the side effects that can come from medication, according to a new study.

Dr. James W. Anderson of the University of Kentucky reviewed nine previous studies and found that meditation lowered blood pressure an average of 4.7 points on the top number -- the systolic -- and 3.2 points on the diastolic.

Anderson said that blood pressure reductions like that could significantly reduce the chances of heart disease.

He also said that studies of other relaxation techniques did not have the same results.

"Adding Transcendental Meditation is about equivalent to adding a second antihypertension agent to one's current regimen, only safer and less troublesome.".Anderson said.

mind.noun
the human consciousness (see brain and mind) is manifested in thought, intellect, evaluation, perception, reasoning, feeling, emotion, will, memory and imagination and includes desires, drives, instincts, likes and dislikes, etc. and has potential energy so one can change the physical world by altering his or her thought patterns (see the movie.What If? The Movie); beyond the mind is the spirit, unlimited potential, tapping into it enables us to do things we don't understand the workings of so we call them miracles; abundance comes from thought attention, intention and expectation; where information is processed, such as thinking, reasoning and applying knowledge; individual consciousness, memory or recollection; the collective consciousness of the 'medical mind' or the 'public mind' or the 'anger and hate mind', the 'criminal mind'; the Creator's mind as the intelligence mankind is able to align with by love
mind, minded, minding, minds.verbs
transitive verb use to bring (an object or idea) to mind; remember; to become aware of; notice; to have in mind as a goal or purpose; intend; to heed in order to obey (the children mind well; to be careful about (mind the icy sidewalk!); to care about; be concerned about; to object to; dislike (doesn't mind doing the chores); to take care or charge of; look after; to attend to (mind closely what I tell you)
intransitive verb use to take notice; give heed; to be concerned or troubled; care (people have no mind as to what is going on in the invisible)
minder.noun
mind-blowing.adjective
if you describe something as mind-blowing, you mean that it is extremely.impressive or surprising (a mind-blowing array of systems having to do with the cell); intensely.affecting.the mind or emotions (the task of comprehending.systems regulating the modern automobile is mind-blowing to most men and women)
mindblower.noun,.plural.mindblowers

mindless.adjective
lacking.intelligence or good sense; foolish; having no intelligent purpose, meaning or direction (mindless babble); meaningless; giving or showing little attention or care; heedless (mindless of the dangers)
mindlessly.adverb
mindlessness.noun

mindset.noun,.plural.mindsets
a fixed mental attitude or disposition that predetermines a person's responses to and interpretations of situations; an inclination or a habit

meager.also meagre.adjective
deficient in quantity, fullness or extent; scanty; deficient in richness, fertility or vigor; feeble (the meager soil of an eroded plain)
meagerly.adverb
meagerness.noun
synonyms-spare, sparse, skimpy, scanty, scant

measly, measlier, measliest.adjective
contemptibly small; meager (gave the parking attendant a measly tip)

Michelangelo Buonarroti, 1475-1564. Italian sculptor, painter, architect and poet who created some of the greatest works of art of all time, including the marble sculpture David (what about David, why did he touch Michelangelo's heart enough to be painted?) (1501), the paintings on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel (1508-1512) including the Creation of Adam  and the plans for Saint Peter's Church in Rome. He is noted for saying "I saw an angel in the marble and I carved until I set him free.".Microsoft® Encarta® Encyclopedia 99. © 1993-1998 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

macro.noun,.plural.macros
large; long; big (macroevolution); compare micro

macroevolution.noun
large-scale evolution occurring over so-called.geologic time that results in the formation of new taxonomic groups; compare microevolution
macroevolutionary.adjective

macromutation.noun,.plural.macromutations
macro is 'big' and mutation is a fault in an organism due to its supporting frequency base having been made out of whack from man's insults to it, such as 'cides' and other environmental and/or pharmaceutical chemical offenses, such as drugs as were vioxx, thalidomide and the like and vaccines; a mutation that results in a profound change in an organism, as a change in a regulatory gene that controls the expression of many structural genes (hands get larger); macromutation is an evolutionary.term describing the wishful thinking of evolutionists toward finding a hopeful monster

macrostructure.noun,.plural.macrostructures
the structure as of metal, a body part or the soil, revealed by visual examination with little or no magnification; compare microstructure
macrostructural.adjective

macromolecule.noun,.plural.macromolecules
a very large molecule, such as a polymer or protein, consisting of many smaller structural units linked together, also called supermolecule
macromolecular.adjective

module.noun,.plural.modules
standardized, often interchangeable component of a system or construction that is designed for easy assembly or flexible use (a sofa consisting of two end modules)
modular.adjective
of, relating to or based on a module or modulus; designed with standardized units or dimensions, as for easy assembly and repair or flexible arrangement and use (modular furniture; modular homes)
modular.noun,.plural.modulars
modularity.noun.plural.modularities
modularly.adverb

multivalent.adjective
Genetics:.of or relating to the association of three or more homologous-chromosomes during the first division of meiosis; Immunology:.having several sites of attachment for an antibody or antigen
multivalence.noun

magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).noun
the use of a nuclear-magnetic-resonance-spectrometer to produce electronic images of specific atoms and molecular structures in solids, especially human cells, tissues and organs

meander, meandered, meandering, meanders.intransitive verbs
to move aimlessly and idly without fixed direction (vagabonds meandering through life); to follow a winding and turning course (streams tend to meander through level land)
meander.noun
circuitous windings or sinuosities, as of a stream or path; a circuitous journey or excursion; ramble

micron.noun,.plural.microns
a unit of length equal to one millionth (106) of a meter (no longer in general technical use)

mosaic.noun,.plural.mosaics
a picture or decorative design made by setting small colored pieces, as of stone or tile, into a surface; the process or art of making such pictures or designs; a composite picture made of overlapping, usually aerial, photographs; something that resembles a mosaic (a mosaic of testimony from various witnesses)
mosaic, mosaicked, mosaicking, mosaics.transitive verbs
to make by mosaic (mosaic a design on a rosewood box); to adorn with or as if with mosaic (mosaic a sidewalk or a stained glass window)
mosaicist.noun

Mosaic.adjective
of or relating to Moses or the laws and writings attributed to him; the ancient Mosaic Law

Mother Teresa of Calcutta 1910-1997, Roman Catholic nun, founder of the Missionaries of Charity. For her humanitarian work she won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1979

mRNA.abbreviation.for messenger RNA
messenger RNA, made from a cell copying the DNA-sequence in the nucleus, thus making an RNA copy, know as messenger RNA. Thousands of copies are sent, just like sperm, to ensure one gets through. Nature is efficient so it can be lavish in maintaining itself.

mucous.adjective.(pronounced 'mew cos')
containing, producing or secreting mucus (a mucous tissue); relating to, consisting of or resembling mucus (a mucous substance)

mucus.noun.(pronounced 'mew cus')
the viscous, slippery substance that consists chiefly of mucin, water, cells and inorganic salts and is secreted as a protective lubricant coating by cells and glands of the mucous membranes

mucous membrane.noun,.plural.mucous membranes
a membrane lining all body passages that communicate with the air, such as the respiratory and alimentary.tracts and having cells and associated glands that secrete mucus, also called mucosa

mucin.noun
any of a group of glycoproteins found especially in the secretions of mucous.membranes
mucinous.adjective

misappropriate, misappropriated, misappropriating, misappropriates.transitive verbs
to appropriate wrongly or dishonestly
misappropriation.noun

metamere.noun
any of the homologous.segments, lying in a longitudinal series, that compose the body of certain animals, such as earthworms and lobsters; also called somite
metamerically.adverb
metameric.adjective

marvel.noun,.plural.marvels
something that evokes surprise, admiration, wonder or astonishment; if you marvel at something, you express your great surprise, wonder or admiration (her fellow members marveled at her seemingly infinite energy; Sara and I read the story and marveled); you can describe something or someone as a marvel to indicate that you think that they are wonderful (the whale, like the dolphin, has become a symbol of the marvels of creation)
marvel, marveled, marveling, marvels.verbs
also spelt.marvelled,.marvelling.(welcome to English)
intransitive verb use to become filled with wonder or astonishment
transitive verb use to feel amazement or bewilderment at or about (we marveled that they climbed the mountain in such short time)
marvelous.adjective
causing wonder or astonishment; of the highest or best kind or quality; first-rate (has a marvelous collection of rare books)
marvelously.adverb
marvelousness.noun

mawkish.adjective
sickening or insipid in taste; excessively and objectionably.sentimental
mawkishly.adverb
mawkishness.noun

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