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discover your talent –  be sensitive to possibilities by swami sukhabodhananda

Discover your talent – be sensitive to possibilities by swami sukhabodhananda

The art of wise living involves the art of wisely discovering one’s talent and then optimizing it. Nature has given everyone some talent or other. The mind is not serious enough to discover what that talent is. One is lost in comparing with the other. Comparison has killed the quality life. The moment you compare with the other, the focus ...

alertness is our inner heaven by swami sukhabodhananda

Alertness is our inner heaven by swami sukhabodhananda

Weakening one’s weakness and strengthening one’s strength is an art, and perfecting this art, is wise living. Every corporate executive should be alert to identify one’s weakness and strength. Only then, can one capitalize on one’s strength and checkmate or weaken one’s weakness.Thomas Alva Edison was half deaf, but he did not allow...

aspiration and expectation  by swami sukhabodhananda

Aspiration and expectation by swami sukhabodhananda

 William A. Ward had said, “Four steps to achievement are Plan purposefully, Prepare prayerfully, proceed positively, Pursue persistently”. One has to learn to operate from commitment, and not from complain, to achieve success. One has to learn the joy of breaking one’s limits so that one is not limited by one’s limitation. To m...

quantum leap in understanding  by swami sukhabodhananda

Quantum leap in understanding by swami sukhabodhananda

Doing whatever you have done, you will continue to get what you have got. To live wisely and happily, question the way you are doing. In today’s world of fast life, fast food has become a powerful source of convenience. There is no time for one to look how harmful the fast food is because one is so busy getting what one wants. To earn ...

let go and let in clarity  by swami sukhabodhananda

Let go and let in clarity by swami sukhabodhananda

The common cause of worry for both men and women is what they do not have rather than what they have. Mind is focused on what is missing and hence one is miserable.The art of wise living is rejoicing and optimizing what you have and work on what you do not have. Life becomes effortless and functional if you operate from this space.A man carr...

sensitive and sentimental  by swami sukhabodhananda

Sensitive and sentimental by swami sukhabodhananda

It was a rainy day, people rushed into the bus. An old lady also managed to enter into the bus. Throughout the journey, she cursed people for pushing her while entering the bus. She loudly grumbled that people don’t have manners. She was screaming that people have no respect for the old. She went on giving reasons and cursed people around....

the mind - an introduction by swami sukhabodhananda

The mind - an introduction by swami sukhabodhananda

When the eternal spark of Divinity, called the soul or atma, gets identified with the body, we say that the Ego is formed. This Ego creates an identity which limits an expansive consciousness to a narrow world view of labels and ideologies. From an unlimited, ever-blissful state of awareness, it becomes a limited product of its interactions...

the mind and its patterns  by swami sukhabodhananda

The mind and its patterns by swami sukhabodhananda

We have spoken of the four qualities of the mind, its psycho-somatic nature that extends beyond the brain and spine to envelop the whole body, even each cell of its millions. It is nature’s most sophisticated technology, a powerful one at that. We’ve delved a little bit into how the Vedic concept of the human condition considers these in...

the mind and the atman  by swami sukhabodhananda

The mind and the atman by swami sukhabodhananda

Chitta is one of the four components or qualities of the mind. It is pure consciousness, pure intelligence. Chitta vrittis are modifications or disturbances of consciousness that cause it to be in a constant state of flux. These disturbances can be either negative or positive. Is this pure intelligence really the same as the atma or the sou...

the nature of the atman  by swami sukhabodhananda

The nature of the atman by swami sukhabodhananda

Know that one’s body is fragile a dress containing the uncontained mind,Your worst enemy can’t harm you more than an untrained mind,No one can help you as a watchful eye,Fire exists hidden in the log of wood as plant in the seed,Let understanding lift you, To discover what you have already won.         - &...

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