Soul Consciousness and Body Consciousness

Shakespeare had rightly said “For there is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so.” The fact is that even though we are not faced with sabre-toothed tigers every day, but, life presents us with lots of situations which can be perceived as threatening that naturally triggers stress response from within us. For e.g : if you climb staircase instead of taking a lift to your 4th floor apartment and immediately after entering home, you experience uncomfortable symptoms like a pounding heart and excessive sweating, you might instantly get this thought that, “Gosh, I’m not as fit as I used to be, maybe I need to see my doctor and get a thorough checkup”. Now suppose instead of having a negative thought on entering home, if you just sit down calmly and do a simple deep breathing exercise, you may feel completely fine in a few minutes and you would continue with your day as usual without any great change in how you feel. We must thus understand a fact that our mind has tremendous power over

2019-08-20T13:22:33+05:30August 20th, 2019|Blog, English|

Religion and Spirituality

Over the last several decades, the topic of spirituality has come to the forefront of public and professional consciousness. With the dawn of a new century, spirituality has received increased coverage in the media and more discussion in the workplace, in politics, and in education. To many, spirituality represents a necessary essence of life that energizes both thoughts and actions. To others, spirituality is a belief in a power operating in the universe greater than oneself. Still others define it as a sense of interconnectedness with all living creatures, and an awareness of the purpose and meaning of life. However the lack of a universally accepted theory or definition of spirituality has created a lot of confusion as well as mis-understanding in society. Many people confuse spirituality with religion and so bring pre–existing beliefs about the impact of religion to discussions about spirituality. Though all religions emphasise spirituality as being an important part of faith, what really needs to be answered is whether is it possible to be ‘spiritual’ without necessarily being a part of an organised religious community

2019-07-17T18:25:28+05:30July 17th, 2019|Blog, English|

Change Your Attitude To Change Your Life

Attitude and behaviour are woven into the fabric of daily life. Research has shown that individuals register an immediate and automatic reaction of good or bad towards everything they encounter in less than a second, even before they are aware of having formed an attitude. Most of the people hold complex relationships between attitudes and behaviour that are further complicated by the social factors influencing both. The present state of the world, in which we live, is what it is because of certain systems—social, political, economic, religious and others —all these woven together into a complex structure, called society. These systems, in turn, are built on certain attitudes and values which various nations, communities or groups of people have come to acquire over a period of time. These attitudes, in their turn, are based on the ideas, ideologies or beliefs which people have acquired, over a period of time, from others or have learnt by first hand experience. So, if we want to build a better world order, there is no way to it except through attitudinal change or

2019-05-30T09:52:59+05:30March 23rd, 2019|Blog, English|

What is Spirituality

Over the last several decades, the topic of spirituality has come to the forefront of public and professional consciousness. With the dawn of a new century, spirituality has received increased coverage in the media and more discussion in the workplace, in politics, and in education. To many, spirituality represents a necessary essence of life that energizes both thoughts and actions. To others, spirituality is a belief in a power operating in the universe greater than oneself. Still others define it as a sense of interconnectedness with all living creatures, and an awareness of the purpose and meaning of life. However the lack of a universally accepted theory or definition of spirituality has created a lot of confusion as well as mis-understanding in society. Many people confuse spirituality with religion and so bring pre–existing beliefs about the impact of religion to discussions about spirituality. Though all religions emphasise spirituality as being an important part of faith, what really needs to be answered is whether is it possible to be ‘spiritual’ without necessarily being a part of an organised religious community

2019-03-23T21:36:11+05:30March 22nd, 2019|Blog, English|

Fire and Smoke of Crime

The culture of crime now pervades everywhere and people all over the world are constantly living under the threat of losing their life, property and honour. There is no doubt that literacy and education are spreading but, at the same time, crime also is spreading through educated people who are committing it in more intelligent and sophisticated way. One sometimes wonders as to how many persons in the world have never committed a crime and have no criminal tendencies now. What is the ratio, today, of criminals to non-criminals? Thus in one way or other, everyone admits that there is another kind of "global warming" due to the fire and smoke of crime. They know that the "crime' house effect" is becoming an equally potent threat as the "green-house effect". Yet there is no such global conference on the causes and consequences of this "environmental crime pollution" nor do people know of any remedy to this kind of pollution other than what is already in use, namely the police, the courts, the jails etc.. We do not know about

2019-03-21T21:26:54+05:30March 21st, 2019|Blog, English|
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