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1) “What you think, you become”. Our mind has the nature of becoming one with the objects that we think about. So if there are negative thoughts (jealousy, hatred, selfish gains etc) in our mind, it tends to become more and more negative.
2) On the same note, if we think positive and contemplate on the inner Self, our mind will gradually become positive and divine.
1) When we seek happiness in external objects and events (position, promotion, etc) we are just postponing happiness.
2) We often wrongly conclude that being successful at achieving a goal ==>(leads to) being happy. So, we continue to focus on the desire to be successful rather than focusing on the process (means) for achieving success.
Thanks to all those who joined the session, last Sunday. The discussion was centered on the important question of how to employ the lessons from Gita in day-to-day life.
Following are the 4 simple practices advised by Swami Tyagananda from the Vedanta Society of Boston.He describes them as 2 Things to Forget & 2 Things to Remember
1. Forget the good that you have done for others- i.e stop feeding your ego and stop expecting in return for any good done.
2. Forget the…Continue
Last week, we had a wonderful discussion on how to make progress at work.
We all work to make some kind progress, don't we? When we make consistent progress, we feel successful.
So, "How do you make progress at work?" can also be rephrased to "How can you be successful at work?"
According to Gita, there are 3 simple factors to ensure progress or be successful
1. Bring in Dedication / Discipline in whatever we are doing.
2. Bring in Exitement - Passion…Continue