Lesson 1: Clarifications need to be sought in a non-accusatory way. If others don’t have inkling of where we are coming from, then our voicing the suspicion itself may hurt them grievously. So instead of making a value judgement of … Continue reading 10 Lessons from Ramayana on Life & Relationships
Spirituality is something popular and most talked about in people but even more misunderstood by some part of a society. It is oftenly compared with religion which it’s somewhere directly related to but is not the same in nature. Although … Continue reading How spirituality helps in overcoming mental illness?
What is Spirituality? When a therapist claims to use a spiritual approach to psychotherapy, it is frequently necessary to ask for clarification because the word “spiritual” can mean various things to different people. Define what spiritual psychotherapy is not first. … Continue reading Spiritual Approach to Counseling/Psychotherapy
Today I recovered some lost notes that I had reflected upon while I was reading Bhagavad Gita a few years ago. I would love to hear your thoughts Provoking others into sense gratification is the biggest sin of all. it … Continue reading 6 spiritual insights that change perspective
Yesterday I was attending a 3 days workshop on Discover Yourself by HG Sukumar Das at ISKCON Nasik. During the seminar, he was telling us a lot of things about hormones such as endorphins, serotonin, dopamine, oxytocin, etc. Serotonin is … Continue reading How to increase serotonin – Bhagavad Gita Insights
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 … Continue reading Psychology of overcoming bad habits