No matter how hungry the tiger is, it will not eat grass – Tamil Proverb Reflection Dignity. That’s what this is called. That set of values that are non-negotiable. The rules we will never break, even when angry, anxious, or in pain. The line we will never cross, even in the worst moments of need.… Read More Dignity is of prime importance
Everyday we progress through life facing various uncertainties.
Due to this uncertainties and we not being GOD, we make mistakes.
These mistakes build subconscious addictions and guilt in us.
As we have many distractions all the time and very less mindfulness these subtle guilts & addictions go unattended.
Later they have negative *compounded* effect on the quality of our life.
These under the radar, unnoticed guilt, addictions and negativity is something that we need to pay attention to.
Here is a small article that discusses this topic in detail.
And get listed on *Life Optimisation Digest* Membership to receive such articles in your mailbox directly Aman V. Varma
Psychologist… Read More Subtle Addictions & Guilt
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
Alison Wood Brooks is a researcher at Harvard Business School. She studies the most effective strategy for dealing with acute stress.
First, a little test: Imagine that you need to give a big presentation in front of a bunch of people. Your heart’s been pounding for days at the mere thought of this talk. Palms are sweaty. All that. What should you tell yourself? Should you try to calm down or should you try to feel excited?… Read More Research: How to deal with nervousness
what to choose over which, then always go for what seems right with rational or logical thinking. I found this advice in the book Meditations by Marcus Aurelius, which was out of my consciousness until now. You see, the things I already know but had forgotten came up in my dream.
So why do you choose which is right based on rational thinking and not emotional thinking (feelings) ?… Read More Emotional vs Rational Thinking | Advises from my mentors
Journalling is a great way to empty your mind, attend your inner voice, contemplate on issues and conflicts, derive solutions to them, get inspired again, feel relaxed and reflect on your life that will nourish your soul. continue reading…… Read More Reasons you feel like shit!
The hedonic treadmill, also known as hedonic adaptation, is the observed tendency of humans to quickly return to a relatively stable level of happiness despite major positive or negative events or life changes. Click here to watch the video