Posted: 16.06.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog (This is a translated part of Acharya Mahapragya’s book kaise soche ) A mind infested with fear always creates negative thoughts. Fear constricts the mind. Thus, a fearful person can never think right. The first condition for healthy, life-supporting thoughts is to become fearless. But, what makes a person fearful? The answer is quite surprising. A person reels in fear because of his...
Posted: 15.06.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog The following post is a translated excerpt from acharya shree’s book, kaise soche Thought ( vichaar in hindi) means the one which moves (in hindi, char means walk). How can one that moves be permanent? The one that is temporary cannot be permanent and the one that is permanent cannot be temporary. Every dravya or substance has both facets- permanence and impermanence. Thoughts always...
Posted: 15.06.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog A translated excerpt from Acharya Mahapragya’s book, kaise soche Today, people do not find perfectly believable facts as believable. Nobody trusts each other. Today, the word, ‘trust’ not exist in the dictionary. Doubts exist everywhere. Doubt is a flaw of the mind. A thought cannot be called flawless, if it has been formed on the basis of a doubt. It cannot be called a balanced...
Posted: 19.02.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog The following post is a translated excerpt from Acharya Shree’s book kaise soche (How to think) The famous philosopher, Descartes proclaimed - I think and therefore I am. That is, the proof of my existence is that I think. If I had to say this, I would say, “I am, and since I am a being with a developed brain, I also think.” Thinking is not a characteristic of the brain. It is an...
Posted: 12.02.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog The following post is based on Acharya shree’s hindi book, mastishk ka prashikshan Our brain is a store house of powers. Many people have strengths and abilities but they are not awakened, which is so because they haven’t practiced to awaken them. The awakening of strengths is dependent on practice. Nothing can be learnt without practicing. Through practice, animals and birds can...
Posted: 11.02.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog The following post is based on Acharya Shree’s book karya kaushal ke sootra One of the most important principles of skill in action is emotional balance. I once came across a book written by a professor of Harvard University - “Emotional Intelligence”. The author performed many surveys and experiments and concluded that the ones with less educational qualification but a high level...
Posted: 10.02.2017
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog Following post is based on Acharya Shree’s book, karya kaushal ka sootra There are different facets of life. Attending to a single facet does not bring fulfilment. For a sense of fulfilment, one must attend to several dimensions, which can be compartmentalised into: spiritual progress and development of worldly skills. A human being possesses skill- that is the second aspect of life...
Posted: 20.08.2016
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog The following post is a translated excerpt of Acharya Shree’s book कार्य कौशल के सूत्र A famous sentence of the Bhagwad Gita is- योग: कर्मसु कौशलम् । The sentence means that skill in action is called yoga. This is one definition of yoga. It can also be said that yoga is a tool to achieve skill in action. The question of...
Posted: 13.08.2016
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog Whoever breathes, lives. One has to live by breathing, eating and drinking; but living like this has no great value. Living a good life is valuable. Who can live a good life? Whoever has peace and strength, can live a good life. Both are necessary. Lack of either of the two will create a stressed mind. A sister, once, asked me for a solution to the lack of peace in her mind. On asking...
Posted: 10.08.2016
 
Acharya Mahapragya Blog The following post is a translated part of Acharya Shree’s book Shanti ka prashn If there was only one human in the world, there would have been no clashes or any struggle. But this is not the case. There exist many people. Many can refer to five Arab or even ten Arab people. The existence of two means duality. In the Sanskrit dictionary, duality is defined as a couple. Another...

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