Developing Wisdom

Along with ethical conduct and Mental discipline, developing Wisdom is an important aspect towards enlightenment. Mental discipline allows the mind to settle and makes us become more aware. Being aware of one’s thoughts and emotions helps us to understand ourselves and others better. Once this is attained, we understand deeper truths like Impermanence and no […]

Ethical Conduct:Sila

Sila means the ethical conduct and is one of the pillars of Buddhism. The ethical conduct can be broken into right speech, right action and right livelihood. All the three of them are components of the eight fold path. In the podcast below, the importance of balancing the heart properties with the mind properties in […]

The Origin of over attachment

If a caregiver isn’t always present for a child, the latter can possibly develop an anxious attachment style. In this case, as an adult, the person may think that it’s important to cling to others for dear life or else, the person will lose the people around himself/herself. The following podcast goes over this aspect. […]

Self Sabotage:Fear Immersion

https://www.spreaker.com/episode/21360642 Fear prevents us from reaching our full potential. In the previous series of podcasts, we traced back the fear from early childhood experiences and also explored the effects of PTSD in creating a fearful persona. In this podcast, we explore the most common fears experienced by us and we explain a great technique called […]

Motivating you to take actions

A process for motivating you to take action As human beings, we are motivated to take actions if the result is going to make a major positive difference to ourselves.  We also take actions when we scared that not taking action will put us in a very bad position.  Hence, both positive and negative outcomes […]

Knowing your life purpose

Do you feel drained constantly, day in and day out?  Is it becoming quite frequent now that you don’t want to get out of your bed to go to work? Do you feel like you are not going anywhere with your relationship, career, health or business?  If all these questions seem to strike a chord […]

Practising Mindfulness

There exists a very powerful Zen proverb which I love immensely.  It goes like this: “If you don’t have time to meditate for an hour every day, you should meditate for two hours”.  It really hits the nail on the head.  We spend our lives over committing ourselves so much to so many things that […]

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