One might argue that the conflictive emotions – anger, jealousy, greed – are acceptable because they are natural, and that there is no need to interfere with them. But disease is a natural phenomenon too.
We are prone to stereotyping, making snap judgements based on first impressions, and casually project our biases and preconceptions on to people while knowing very little about the reality of their lives.
Much of emotional life is carried on the Jingle Channel. For many, the Jingle Channel is not the pleasent elevating experience. Sometime the lyrics are about loss and hopelessness. ” She is gone, She is gone, She is gone, and She is never coming back” or ” I am a born loser” are the sort […]
Confidence is not about what you can or cannot do it is what you think or believe you can or cannot do. For example, you could be confident that you can pass a math test. You believe you can do well. Whether you well in the maths test or not is a different matter. Self […]
We can thank Greek Philosopher Aristotle for those words and enduring insight into managing our emotions and relationships. If you can master this one, consider your EQ journey a success. Anger is an emotion that exists for a reason – anger is not an emotion to stifle ignore.
It is impossible to try and track every single thought you have to see if it is having a positive or negative influence on your emotional state. The thoughts that are most influential are those where you literally talk to yourself.
Anything resembling altruism is merely selfishness dressed up in fine feelings. Caught one day late in life offering charity to a beggar, he was asked whether he had not just performed a selfless act
If you scan the last of cultures that have a thin ideal for woman, you will be stuck by something fascinating. All thin ideal cultures also have eating disorders. They also have roughly twice as much depression in woman as in man.
Shuddhaanandaa Brahmachari Consciousness in Self-Management I am glad to present you the last part of the Self Management. In the previous parts of this series we have discussed Daily Morning Practice, importance of right breathing and meditation, significance of Positive thoughts, and recognising the true purpose of work, and today lastly importance of consciouness in […]