The earlier discussion ended with Research Scientist(RS)’s question to Guru’s explanation on Paramaatma & Jeevaatma, and this question makes the current discussion that will try to answer ‘How? Why? & What has to be Realized?’ Here it goes… RS: The thin line that is separating Me, the Jeevaatma, from the Supreme Paramaatma stuck my mind. … More The Ultimate Truth- Understanding Illusion
A continuation of the previous conversation… After listening to Guru’s statements, the Research Scientist (RS) understood that the body is just a combination of flesh and the truth about ‘Me/Self’ is not what he thought, but something else that is yet to be explored. He is currently thinking on finding ‘what actually is he?’, henceforth … More The Ultimate Truth- Knowing Self
We often come across people saying, ‘there is no god and it’s all foolish’, some ‘believe it outside and doubt internally’. Whereas, some blindly believe it in and out. Keeping away all the high-level explanations, we tend to take up the case in a simple way. Here it goes…. This is a discussion between a … More The Ultimate Truth- An Introduction
The common challenge everyone faces is when it comes to deciding on something, in terms of right and wrong. In a general psychological perspective, something that works in favor of us appears right and something that doesn’t seem favoring is termed as wrong and not-suitable. This is the basic tendency in which we involve in while … More Deciding between Right and Wrong
We keep coming across people disappointed with some thing that did not happen as they wished. Its most common that people expect things to plan a better life, calling it ‘planning’. But, did you ever think of the other side of ‘expectation’ ? If not, this article might interest you, where, it says ‘Expectation is the Cause of Grief’. … More Living without Expectations!
Why Should We Give You the Expected 100% Hike? In a single-liner, I would refer to ‘confidence, commitment, sincerity and whole-heartedness qualities of mine as the strong building blocks for my argument regarding a ‘100% salary hike expectation’. In detail, I would like to give this argument a different touch. Here it goes…My passion towards … More My Answer To A Company
Ego is the cause of most problems. Hope you agree with me! In fact, this is the inner feeling that makes us act according to it, thus dumping us in unnecessary consequences. We keep coming across the word ‘ego’, but did ever think of asking self: What exactly the ‘ego’ is? Why is it present? What it does? What does it want to … More Who is satisfying whom?
Fluctuating/Instability of thoughts is the process that involves random thoughts taking over your thinking process. Multiple thoughts keep coming up in mind, avoiding you from confining to one particular thought and make a needed decision. Instability/fluctuation in thoughts is the basic problem for many. In the today’s busy life style, having a standard thought process is not that easy, as we … More Overcoming ‘Instability in Thoughts’
Anger is the most common thing that most of us keep fighting with. Anger may be a result of argument, bad mood, helplessness, intolerance, among many others. The reasons that lead us to anger clearly define our anger. Its the situations that make us helpless and its the helplessness within that drives anger. So, the anger … More Want to control your anger?
Yes, it’s the question one will have to ask self at one point of time. My answer to this question lies in knowing the true definition of World, which I prefer to categorize into two as ‘Inner’ and ‘Outer’. World might be the one in general sense. But for any being, especially the human, world … More Have time to introspect?
Here we see two cases of thinking: One thinks that everyone ‘has right to be special’, the other feels its ‘ok to be ordinary’. While the first case strongly recommends being special, the other suggests adjusting with ordinary is also fine. Thinking, according to me, depends on the situation we are into, people around us, … More Being ‘special’ vs adjusting with ‘ordinary’