Self Realization to End all Conflicts

We all know that conflicts are a part of our everyday life. Any kind of conflict has two dimensions, internal and external. Internal conflicts arise when mind and intellect are moving in opposite direction and external conflicts are caused when people or situations confront us and we are not sure how to cope with them. Some people view conflicts as an opportunity for a change and some see it as a natural global phenomenon. But there are others who feel that conflicts are definitely avoidable through better communication but they are frightened of the process. Most of the people seek guru’s or senior’s advice when they are faced with conflicting decisions. But the irony is that with all the information and advice that is available to us, we are still unable to resolve matters because there is an acute implementation paralysis. We must not forget about a fact that the best source of judgement is a person's own intellect because nobody can understand his feelings, situations and capabilities to deal, better than his own self. We may seek advice from

2021-01-31T19:31:56+05:30January 31st, 2021|Blog, English|

Gender Equality Still!

The Consitution of India not only grants equality to women but also empowers the State to adopt measures of positive discrimination in favour of women for neutralizing the cumulative socio economic, education and political disadvantages faced by them. Inspite of such a powerful protection tool, yet we find women at the receiving end finding it hard to survive on their own. Why is it so that our society is still afflicted with the disease of ‘Gender Inequality’? The reason behind this is because since ages it was believed that the different characteristics, roles and status accorded to women and men in society are determined by sex, that they are natural and therefore not changeable. Hence, gender is seen closely related to the roles and behavior assigned to women and men based on their sexual differences. This is quite visible to all of us that how the birth of the son is celebrated & the birth of a daughter is filled with pain. While growing up boys are encouraged to be tough and outgoing; whereas girls are encouraged to be

2020-01-29T13:44:31+05:30January 22nd, 2020|Blog|

Meaning of ‘I’

Most of us identify ourselves with the body that we have acquired because we are unaware about the immortal entity called 'soul' which resides within us and functions through our body. As a result of this ignorance one letter that dominates our lives is – ‘I’. Even when we are thinking of something or someone it is linked to ‘I’ i.e to the needs, desires and feelings of the self in relation to objects and people. Since the body is made up of five elements it is lifeless without a soul. A dead body becomes hard and loses its softness as soon as a soul leaves it. Likewise, the big ‘I’ has no soul and a proud person is rigid in his opinions, beliefs and attitudes. Whereas the small ‘i’ has a dot above it. The dot symbolises the soul and its lower part may be seen as representing the body. So in that sense, the small ‘i’ connotes a complete human being i.e. the soul and the body.  In the true sense we only live when we are aware of the

2020-02-07T12:35:13+05:30January 22nd, 2020|Blog, English|
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