The 6 key principles of happiness: How to always be happy, the secret to creating everlasting happiness by Aman Varma. In this video I am going to share with you the 6 core principles of happiness that creates everlasting happiness & contentment for you. Below are the six principles: 1. Active Detachment 2. Bottlenecks 3.… Read More ABCDEF Formula of happiness
Have you ever suffered from uncontrollable over-thinking? Have you ever burned yourself with stress that was caused by simply obsessing over a thought? Do you know how to stop obsessive thoughts in a instant? Here is the answer from a Psychologist.. https://youtu.be/X8LeLmuRj_0 In this video I explain the concept called Cognitive Bandwidth in detail. YouTube… Read More Psychologist trick to stop overthinking in 1 minute – Cognitive Bandwidth | Aman Varma
Independency is power. To say it in one line, stand on your own feet and stand high. The moment you become dependent upon someone else for your living & survival is the moment you lose your self respect and power. You will become a slave to the one on who you are dependent. Be independent.… Read More Creating independency through subliminal persuasion
I ignored the fact that our body is also mind. I realized that without a healthy body the mind cannot be healthy. And when I look at all the 20 things that are making me feel like shit, I’ve noticed that their roots somehow point towards the physical body & health. Now I know that the health of the body can be the greatest barrier in developing a super conscious mind & intellect. … Read More 3 simple habits to always stay healthy
A few years ago, When I was 16-17 years of age, I got habitual to getting frustrated. I went through a ton of drama, miseries and emotional breakdowns. That time all I had wanted was a shoulder to lean on, and that was my “expectation mindset” that I slapped on the face of every human being I came in contact with.
I was expecting “certain feelings” from OTHERS to feel good about myself. … Read More How to never get frustrated again?
Ancient Philosophers resembling the “stoic” community made use of the technique known as “contemplation of your own death” to live a worthy life. They used to cultivate the habit of thinking that they are dead already and the day they are living today is the bonus they received from god.… Read More Contemplating your death
We like to miss the way someone made us feel rather than the way he or she acted and treated us. We remember the way people affected us and not the people themselves.… Read More Best person in your life