Stone

A merchant carrying fifty rolls of cotton goods on his shoulders stopped to rest from the heat of the day beneath a shelter where a large stone Buddha was standing. There he fell asleep, and when he woke up his

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Desires Colour Your Emotions

There seems to be no limit to the diversity of our desires. However, all of them operate in only two directions — either we want something or some outcome, or we want to avoid something or some outcome. Every desire

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Images In Different Mirrors

You experience a haunting sense of emptiness all your life. In an attempt to fill this incompleteness you depend on people for your happiness. Thus the starting point is faulty. Merge with Atman, the Spirit within, and all differences vanish.

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Doctor, Love And Medicine

Man is a subjective being. If the patient loves the doctor, then water can function as medicine. And if the patient hates the doctor, then no medicine can help. Medicine will have to understand man’s subjectivity, his love, and will

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Balancing Work Life Wellness

There is no denying that we can do little to reduce the quantum of work but it is very much in our control to help our body to cope up with it and end up full of energy and vitality.

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Medovriddhi

Being overweight is a state in which one’s weight exceeds a limit based on height. Obesity is a condition involving excessive fatness, either generalized or localized. In most people, both the conditions tend to parallel each other. The condition of

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Über Karma The Sixth Sense

The book breaks many myths pertaining to totems by putting forth the relevant symbolical and logical explanations. Since ages, we have been following various religious rituals or totems unconditionally. These rituals have been passed on from generations and are followed

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… That Little Piece

Whenever someone hears about a vegetarian diet, the common question is, “But what can you eat if you don’t eat meat, fish, or eggs?” How sad it is to see what advertising has done to us, particularly our young folk!

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