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Think small, grow big – Part 7

Think small, grow big – Part 7 »

For example my writing was erratic and inconsistent. On some days I wrote five thousand words and then for months, I wrote

Think small, grow big – Part 6

Think small, grow big – Part 6 »

But is it the Brain or the Mind?

Some people call it the ‘Brain’ and others ‘Mind’.

But whatever technical explanations you

Think small, grow big – Part 5

Think small, grow big – Part 5 »

Stephen Guise gives the example of his cat that he took outside on the snow. As he placed her on the street,

Think small, grow big – Part 4

Think small, grow big – Part 4 »

A personal transformation

I have a daily schedule of spiritual practises which begins at 4.00 am. For the last two decades I

Think small, grow big – Part 3

Think small, grow big – Part 3 »

Stephen Guise and Mini-Habits

Stephen Guise in his ‘Mini-Habit’ argues brilliantly about the need to make our goals ‘stupid’ and

Think small, grow big – Part 2

Think small, grow big – Part 2 »

How acceptance helps? 

Acceptance means to know one’s limitations and be happy about it. For instance I always wanted to write a

Think small, grow big – Part 1

Think small, grow big – Part 1 »

“Be yourself; everyone else is already taken.” – Oscar Wilde (Anglo-Irish poet and Playwright of the nineteenth century)

There is only one

From denial to acceptance – Part 2

From denial to acceptance – Part 2 »

The paradox of Acceptance

It’s an amazing paradox that while many spiritualists declare this world to be an abode of endless

From denial to acceptance-Part 1

From denial to acceptance-Part 1 »

A thief decided to steal the golden temple bell. The moment he’d touch the huge gong, the loud sound would

Dealing with boredom – Part 2

Dealing with boredom – Part 2 »

Come back to the question: ‘What is my need/value/principle that I seek to serve by having a bigger house?’

Dealing with boredom – Part 1

Dealing with boredom – Part 1 »

“He who has a why to live for can bear almost any how” – Friedrich Nietzche (German philosopher of the Nineteenth

Loyal to the Absent – Part 2

Loyal to the Absent – Part 2 »

A Mantra to overcome rumouring

Steven Covey gives an effective tool to overcome our lower nature, with

Loyal to the Absent – Part 1

Loyal to the Absent – Part 1 »

“What is told in the ear of a man is often heard a thousand miles away.” – Chinese proverb

The Aspiration to Serve-part 2

The Aspiration to Serve-part 2 »

If you are situated in the identity as ‘servant’, then when you sing well, you are happy because you served well, and

The Aspiration to Serve-part 1

The Aspiration to Serve-part 1 »

“To understand the heart and mind of a person, look not at what he has already achieved, but

Deaf but can hear God’s calling

Deaf but can hear God’s calling »

Talking to Deaf devotees of the Hare Krishna movement was an enriching experience.

They looked so blissful;

A need for Appreciation – Part 1

A need for Appreciation – Part 1 »

When some close friends received me at the airport, it was a pleasant surprise.

I generally travel

Power of Traditions

Power of Traditions »

“Tradition does not mean the living are dead, but that the dead are living.” –   Gilbert Chesterton (British writer and

Married life

Married life »

Vishal said: “you can thrive in married life only if you have a good sense of humour. Otherwise

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