Pain and bliss are inevitable and natural phenomenon and we are naturally gifted to experience these two extreme frequencies. When a child is hurt, then he/she experiences pain and cries out as it experiences pain. As child cries out, pain disappear and next moment child is ready to play again having no impression of fear of pain. Same toy, same kids and child is at same place doing same thing to experience Joy and bliss by being total in that moment of being playful. However that is not how we groom our children. We give them a belief that pain is not good and stay away from people/places/situations which give you pain. While as parents you are right to protect children, but mistake happens when we give a belief that you shall not cry when it pains… be strong… boys shall not cry… […]
I remember the day when I first called Naveen, the day I had lost all hopes of living.
I am 38 years old woman and come from a well-respected industrial family in Karnataka. I am a professional therapist. I have known and practiced all the techniques of psychotherapy. Yet none of it worked and I was seriously considering ending my life. […]
The great, Anna Hazare fasted for 12 days just like Windows in safe mode, in other words: lame, passive and anti-constructive. On the other hand, Ramdev, the greater yogi, collapsed the 3rd day while operating in the same mode. Instead another yogi had to be called and saved his grace by offering juice. Although Anna was successful, for once, and triggered hope through anger and rage, which unfortunately didn’t last long and let to great depression in people. At their own turf, with complete support of 1.25 billion angry people, Anna couldn’t be sustained or create optimism. […]
Since the beginning of civilization, we have cultivated charity. You have more than you need and you give others who have less than what they need. With many centuries of organized civilizations, promotion of this concept has, disappointingly, resulted in 50% of the 7 billion people on this planet living below poverty line. So the question is: Do we still want to do charity? […]
Question: Why do we celebrate suffering or misery? OR shall I say, why do we respect people who are miserable or rather living a compromised life? We slander people who wish to change their lives, […]