I had began reading one of Osho’s books again, this one had a method of meditation that was associated with silence. The exact procedure was to remain alone and silent for 21 Days, following a precise and fixed diet routine along with practicing certain forms of meditations everyday. This was supposed to provide one with deep and intense spiritual experiences. Continue reading
Yes, even though this sounds outlandish and cruel to you, this is one of the most important lessons to be learned in life. There is a very sound logical reasoning behind this. Human beings as such by living in society have been conditioned to a very wrong belief which is that living selflessly and doing good to others is important even if it means hurting ourselves. Slowly this belief has turned into a tendency to purposely hurt ourselves to show how sacrificing we are which in turn feeds our ego and we go on playing this game in order to gain social recognition because our society for the most part respects and kind of worships people with martyr tendencies. But as far as I have learnt in life you don’t really end up gaining much from a behavior like this except for the so-called respect of the people who in my own personal opinion are not really worthy of even paying attention. Continue reading
“Give me eight hours to chop down a tree, I’d spend six hours sharpening my axe”-Abraham Lincoln
The quote pretty much sums up why one needs to improve upon themselves. We may know a lot, we may be really efficient in doing whatever we do, but one thing is certain, no matter how big or how small there is always some scope for improvement.
One works efficiently when one is at ease and one is at ease when one has mental peace so, a few posts will tell you how to improve your overall productivity in terms of your work and even relationships.
So, the first tip is: