Like any other human being, I have certain annoying bad habits too. They produce guilt, frustrations and we just cannot seem to get over them. Can you relate to me? A few days ago I went to ISKCON and met a monk. And we had an hour long discussion about various mental illnesses and humanContinue reading “2 techniques to overcome stubborn bad habits and build new positive habits.”
114 Personal Growth Concepts Perfect/Profound Wisdom – Perfect wisdom is the ability to break through the ignorance and see the true nature of things i.e. see things as they are and not from our mental filters. Your mind should be like a mirror which reflects only the truth. Profound wisdom is the only solution toContinue reading “114 Personal Growth Concepts”
One part of us is who we are today. Another part of us wants to be better, have an ideal way of living so that we reach our full potential. Where do these wishes come from? Even though we strive for ideal we are helplessly bound by our habits. We can’t seem to change ourselvesContinue reading “Why we want and not want to change?”
It’s important to point out to clients that it’s okay to change mindfulness practices to better suit their needs. In the counting breaths exercise, for example, some people like to include both the inhalation and exhalation in each count.
Meditations is a series of personal writings by Marcus Aurelius, Roman Emperor from AD 161 to 180, recording his private notes to himself and ideas on Stoic philosophy. Marcus Aurelius wrote the 12 books of the Meditations in Koine Greek as a source for his own guidance and self-improvement.
There are three things without which essentialism is not possible and if you want to
become an essentialist you have to dial in to these three foundational pillars of essentialism. First is individual choice, second is the prevalence of noise, and third is the reality of trade-offs.