There is a famous Sanskrit proverb which specifies the five things that can lead to serious nervous breakdown (depression or anxiety). Try to avoid following:
[a] Unsettled debt
[b] A Bad service of government
[c] Disgrace of oneâ€™s people
[d] Separation from a loved one
[e] And a friend who runs away from you because you are poor
Trust me, these 5 things burns the body without fire.
Some doctors and engineers are more skilled than other doctors and engineers. Some teachers and diplomats are more skilled than other teachers and diplomats. Some people may never succeed in anything they try.
Today is birthday of Lord Ganesha. The entire nation celebrates the festival. Iâ€™d like to wish all of you – Happy Ganesh Chaturthi and god bless all of us. Ganesh is the god of wisdom and prosperity and is invoked before the beginning of any auspicious work by the Hindus.
Lokmanya Bal Gangadhar Tilak started this festival for the cause of freedom struggle. Let the festivities inspire you to recapture the spirit of freedom struggle and better tomorrow for all of us.
Motivation is nothing but the ability to change behavior. High motivation is the key to success in any field. So how do you motivate yourself or your coworkers?
There are 21 tips published by John Wesley:
If you want to make things happen the ability to motivate yourself and others is a crucial skill. At work, home, and everywhere in between, people use motivation to get results. Motivation requires a delicate balance of communication, structure, and incentives. These 21 tactics will help you maximize motivation in yourself and others.
Often you see coaches and special trainers uses motivation to improve performance. You can apply same for business or self improvements such as weight loss or clear math paper. Another technique is going closer to nature (a peaceful place such as beach or beautiful garden) and lookout for small things it will defiantly motivate you. You can also read Bhagavad Gita to get more motivation and understand misery of life.
=> Read more: 21 Proven Motivation Tactics
Experts have found a way to trigger an out-of-body experience in volunteers. The experiments, described in the Science journal, offer a scientific explanation for a phenomenon experienced by one in 10 people. The researchers say their findings could have practical applications, such as helping take video games to the next level of virtuality so the players feel as if they are actually inside the game.
Out-of-body experience recreated
This is an interesting article about turning back the clock and time we witnessed.:
Healthy eating, exercise, security – these are just some of the means to living a longer life, we are often told. But what about our perceptions of time itself? A new book argues that by “slowing down” time we can extend our lives further.
Iâ€™m not about everything mentioned in this article but more you enjoy life everyday chances are very high that you might extend your life by 5-10 years.
Read more: Turn back the clock
According to the RSOH, anatomically modern humans evolved in Africa between 200,000 to 100,000 years ago, with members of one branch leaving Africa about 80,000 years ago. These emigrants spread to the rest of the world; it means all modern humans originated in sub-Saharan Africa:
New research published in the journal Nature (19 July) has proved the single origin of humans theory by combining studies of global genetic variations in humans with skull measurements across the world. The research, at the University of Cambridge and funded by the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council (BBSRC), represents a final blow for supporters of a multiple origins of humans theory.
Competing theories on the origins of anatomically modern humans claim that either humans originated from a single point in Africa and migrated across the world, or different populations independently evolved from homo erectus to home sapiens in different areas.
However there is a debate going on over human origins. Some experts can’t agree on new findings:
John Hawks of the University of Wisconsin-Madison says the paper is â€œmistaken.â€ A major flaw is that the current research is largely based on skull variability.
Nevertheless this is interesting news for all of us, as it through out some light on where we came from.
Steven has published a nice 10 tips that could hold you back in life:
I have spoken a lot about beliefs and how to change them to make your life better. There are certain beliefs that a lot of people believe and I think itâ€™s time to address these.
We are initially given beliefs from our parents, teachers, peers, TV and media. When we are young we think adults know more than us so we generally trust in what they say. However as we get older we form our own beliefs about the world. However some of the residual beliefs from our childhood can remain. Sometimes they have remained without us knowing about them.
Here are some beliefs that may be residual, see if you recognise any of them and change them.
10 beliefs that could hold you back in life
Self-confidence is having confidence in oneself. This site has published list of 7 tips to immediately increase your confidence. From the article:
Ask yourself, What’s the worst that could happen?. Too often, we place excess importance on potential problems. We all have a certain amount of energy so letâ€™s apply it to creating extraordinary relationships, advancing our careers and meeting our goals INSTEAD of wasting that energy worrying. Take action on what you have control over and minimize risks for what you donâ€™t. Then invest your energy wisely.
=> 7 Helpful Tips To Immediately Increase Your Confidence
Besides all these tips; here is my own tip. Do not fear of anything in life.
In words of Swami Vivekananda – Be a hero. Always say, “I have no fear.” Tell this to everyone — “Have no fear.”. Fear is death, fear is sin, fear is hell, fear is unrighteousness, fear is wrong life. All the negative thoughts and ideas that are in the world have proceeded from this evil spirit of fear.