THE FOUR BODIES

So here’s a pretty compelling and revolutionary idea that incidentally, also makes a lot of sense. Our “bodies” are actually made up of four distinct parts—physical, emotional, mental, spiritual—and while three of them seem intangible and ephemeral, they actually have a physical presence. These are additional rings around your body…in fact, a lot of extra … Continue reading THE FOUR BODIES

Focus on a centennarian

Professor G. Venkatasubbaiah Namo namaha.नमो नमः Today we honour another centennarian in our series "Focus on a centennarian". Early life Venkatasubbiah was born in Ganjam village, Srirangapatna, on 23 August 1913 in Mandya district and is 107 years old. His father Ganjam Thimmanniah was a renowned Kannada and Sanskrit scholar. Venkatasubbiah completed his Bachelor of … Continue reading Focus on a centennarian

There is action in inaction and inaction in action

Namo namaha.नमो नमः karmany akarma yah pasyed akarmani cha karma yaha sa buddhumaan manushyeshu sa yuktah kritsna karma krit Those who see inaction in action and action in inaction live is wisdom. He or she is a Yogi and can accomplish anything. Bhagavad Gita IV-18 Are you really not doing anything when you are not … Continue reading There is action in inaction and inaction in action

10 Levels of consciousness

Namo namaha.नमो नमः In a previous post (part one) I discussed what consciousness is. In part two I continue the discussion with looking at the different levels of consciousness. To repeat myself for those that haven't read that article, consciousness, at its simplest, is sentience or awareness of internal or external existence. Consciousness is everything you experience. Freud … Continue reading 10 Levels of consciousness

Consciousness

What Is Consciousness? This is part one of a three part article. Please look at Part Two and Part Three to continue reading. Consciousness, at its simplest, is sentience or awareness of internal or external existence. Consciousness is everything you experience. Consciousness refers to your individual awareness of your unique thoughts, memories, feelings, sensations, and environments. Essentially, your … Continue reading Consciousness

Change your thoughts in order to change your life

Who am I? Namo namaha.नमो नमः My thoughts become my beliefs. My beliefs become my words. My words become my actions. My actions become my habits. My habits become my values. My values become my character. My character becomes my identity. My identity becomes my life. Thank you for joining me on this journey to … Continue reading Change your thoughts in order to change your life

The Five thieves of happiness

Happiness Namo namaha. नमो नमः Pain is inevitable. Suffering is optional. Human needs and wants for security, relationships, for finding God whatever you seek boils down to being happy. We want those things because we want to be happy. However, we suffer because we have been taught to identify with and cling to and believe … Continue reading The Five thieves of happiness

How to cultivate a sense of unconditional self-worth

"I'm worth the care." Namo namaha.नमो नमः "Unconditional self-worth is the sense that you deserve to be alive, to be loved and cared for to take up space."Maria King I just want to clarify: Self-worth is not the same as self-esteem. Our self-esteem is derived from our abilities, accomplishments, social positions and things we believe … Continue reading How to cultivate a sense of unconditional self-worth