Experts believe that there is mental first aid for emotional setbacks. Practicing psychologist Guy Winch, Ph.D.’s book Emotional First Aid brings seven useful ways to reboot emotional health.
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And it is not just a conditioning continuing from past life, it has become our restlessness also. Everybody seems to be looking for some leader to show him the path or lead him to a certain direction.
Swami Chaitanya Keerti Just five days before Osho’s 65th Enlightenment day, on March 16, people in 190 countries woke up to watch Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh – popularly known as Osho, and the journey of thousands of his disciples to the United States, during the years 1981 to 1985. This was shown in a six-part documentary, […]
Stressing that practising non-violence is not for the faint-hearted, she said it required exemplary courage. It is really true that most of
the wars, almost all the wars, have been fought by men. The world is always busy in wars because we have been appreciating male qualities
and condemning feminine qualities in people.
Does Holi open the lid of the pressure cooker to release our suppressed steam? Strange, the whole year people are miserable and on Holi suddenly they break out of misery, singing and dancing. And take liberties they never dream of normally writes Kul Bhushan. He always had his eye on the vivacious young maiden in […]
The vivacity and joy of smearing colours and splashing waters on each other amongst family and friends is a wonderful game at one level and a heartfelt expression of love and regard at another level. It is about extinguishing any past ill will and rancour and reigniting and restating good will and love
Mother’s hands do not only touch the wound of a child, they also pass on the compassionate, caring and comforting energy to it. If a mother can do it, why can’t a healer practice the same?
It is possible that high-performance expectations pose a risk to both healthy and vulnerable employees and the motivational aspects of transformational leadership may backfire.
Rahul was extremely popular among his friends because of his caring (over caring?) attitude. Always ready to lend an ear to others pains and sufferings, and being there. One look at a friend, family member or for that matter, a colleague, and his intuition would always tell him if they were anguished. His soulful eyes […]
Sahil Gadhavi During a recent new year get together I had a chance to meet a eighteen year old youngester enjoying his newly acquired adulthood. My interaction with him revealed that he has a bit different family life and I felt that what he is narrating probably is the new normal of arising social order […]