Our THINKING is shaped by the multiple inputs stored in our brain since childhood and the on-going experiences we have on a daily basis. Some experiences and events however leave a profound long-term impact on us.
All these experiences and inputs are a combination of whatever we term for ourselves as happy, sad and indifferent ones.
It is a universal truth that life will present all possible combinations in everyone’s life. No one can aspire to have only ONE kind of CHOSEN experiences.
It is however in OUR OWN HANDS to view and interpret these inputs:
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The Power of Positive Thinking is immense. We can change our whole personality and the day-to-day state-of-being through Positive Thinking.
A whole body of writings is available on this subject and almost 4,000 books have been written on Happy Psychology and related subjects last year (The Times of India-Magazine Section, Sunday 1st Feb’09).
While there has been tremendous material progress the world over in the last decades and new opportunities are available for hitherto unheard of careers, new services are available, choices for the consumer have increased multifold, we have to recognize that in today’s globalized world, this automatically leads to higher competition and greater emphasis on performance.
Evolution is a natural process and the shape of things is continuously undergoing transformation.
We have to learn to live and enjoy in this wonderful world full of opportunities while being conscious of the challenges the pace of development poses.
There is an on-going debate between materialism and spiritualism and many ‘Gurus’ ascribe higher stress and depression faced by mankind today to the RACE towards materialism.
It is definitely POSSIBLE. We only have to imbibe POSITIVE THINKING and the RIGHT ATTITUDE towards things, events and happenings.
This will also help to achieve the necessary BALANCE.
According to Lord Krishna in Gita, the mantra is of ‘Karma’ and of ‘Detached Attachment’. It is a bit difficult but can be achieved to a reasonable degree if we think positively and strive to achieve it through continuous conscious efforts.
We can engage in the Worldly Pursuits and also follow the Path of Spirituality simultaneously by following the ‘GOLDEN MEAN’, the path of moderation. We have to keep defining boundary limits for ourselves and should never go overboard.
Positive Thinking helps us to view things differently and enables us to develop a healthy perspective.
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