How to face the next level of Life (Prahalad’s Teachings – 3)

How to face the next level of Life (Prahalad’s Teachings – 3) »

To handle suffering well we need to discipline our spiritual life. 

When we have a regulated life and we chant, hear and study

How to face the next level of Life (Prahalad’s Teachings – 2)

How to face the next level of Life (Prahalad’s Teachings – 2) »

Like Prahalad we need to accept inconvenience of suffering. We can’t circumvent this rule if we want to make any tangible advancement. Of

How to face the next level of Life (Prahalad’s Teachings – 1)

How to face the next level of Life (Prahalad’s Teachings – 1) »

The Prahalad- Narasimhadev pastimes teaches us, besides other lessons, the reality of suffering and pain. Just like Prahalad was tortured by his own

Living beyond feelings – Part 2

Living beyond feelings – Part 2 »

The burning ‘yes’ within for a deeper purpose and direction makes it possible to say ‘no’ to the myriad feelings that disturb us

Living beyond feelings – Part 1

Living beyond feelings – Part 1 »

‘One must marry one’s feelings to one’s beliefs and ideas. That is probably the only way to achieve a measure of harmony in

Four Principles of Positive Thinking – Part 2

Four Principles of Positive Thinking – Part 2 »

However bad the situation is, there’s always a silver lining. We need to look for the possible good outcome of an apparently tragic

Four Principles of Positive thinking – Part 1

Four Principles of Positive thinking – Part 1 »

A few years ago, I went through a serious crisis. I’d been hearing bad rumours about someone I respected and was disturbed by

The Thinking Addiction – Part 2

The Thinking Addiction – Part 2 »

Concentated young business man in suit sitting in the back seat of car and looking out the window

How does this work?

First

The Thinking Addiction – Part 1

The Thinking Addiction – Part 1 »

Have you seen a crazy man, with unkempt hair and dishevelled clothes, strolling aimlessly on the street, loudly wailing or talking to himself?

From Suffering to peace – Part 3

From Suffering to peace – Part 3 »

I knew one man who had a large family to take care of. He was a teacher in a small school and earned

From suffering to peace – Part 2 »

When a person fails to see himself having an identity beyond this body, he invests all his energy on this fallible mass of

From Suffering to Peace – Part 1

From Suffering to Peace – Part 1 »

Nobel peace prize attracts media attention worldwide. Why?

I guess somewhere deep within we feel hope; someone who is sincerly attempting to usher

Feeling Worthy, Being Happy – Part 2

Feeling Worthy, Being Happy – Part 2 »

Once you have an action plan ready and you are working towards achieving it, increase your awareness and you’ll notice distractions, temptations, and

Feeling Worthy, Being Happy – Part 1

Feeling Worthy, Being Happy – Part 1 »

‘Be faithful to that which exists within yourself.’—Andre Gide, French author and winner of Nobel Prize for Literature, 1947

To achieve a personal

Change Your Thoughts; Change your Feelings – Part 2

Change Your Thoughts; Change your Feelings – Part 2 »

Man sitting at table near laptop in office and feeling success or satisfaction. Boss or employee holds his arms behind head, guy leans

Change Your Thoughts; Change Your Feelings – Part 1

Change Your Thoughts; Change Your Feelings – Part 1 »

‘I feel so angry at him’, ‘I am irresistibly drawn to her’. Do you feel helpless in the face of such overwhelming emotions?

The Four P’s of Mind Management – Part 2

The Four P’s of Mind Management – Part 2 »

3) Preach to the mind

One of my teachers, Sachinandan Swami, once shared with me this amazing tool to manage the mind—a five-minute

The Four P’s of Mind Management – Part 1

The Four P’s of Mind Management – Part 1 »

‘One must deliver himself with the help of his mind, and not degrade himself. The mind is the friend of the soul, and

Joys of Journal writing

Joys of Journal writing »

If you want to rise above your worries, rather than get bogged down by them, try writing a journal.

The main cause of

Ram- the warrior – Part 3

Ram- the warrior – Part 3 »

Shurpanaka, the sister of Ravana, created ruckus in Ravana’s assembly. She wailed, rolled on the ground, beat her chest and chastised her brother

Ram – the warrior – Part 2

Ram – the warrior – Part 2 »

Ram had come to exile with his wife Sita, said Akampana. She has unparalleled beauty and Ram loves her madly. If Ravana were

Ram – the warrior – Part 1

Ram – the warrior – Part 1 »

Ram’s fierce fighting stunned the Rakshasas- He killed 14,000 of them, including the fiercest trio of Trishira, Dushana and Khara. None of them

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 5 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 5 of 5 »

As the reality of partition now became obvious, the armed forces also had to be divided. The army regiments everywhere contained Sikh, Hindu

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 4 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 4 of 5 »

Unlike Gandhi, Nehru spent seven years in England and learnt the British charms and culture perfectly. He returned to his hometown Prayag (then

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 3 of 5

The Ego in disguise – A Lesson from Indian history – Part 3 of 5 »

The forty-one year old British educated Jinnah got drawn to his friend’s daughter. Ruttie was seventeen and even as her millionaire Parsee father

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