Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
Let meditation be the sport of life Illness of the mind, or body, reveals how our systems work — and, why loss of balance often leads to a breakdown.
Harmony in the midst of turmoil Most of us, despite our best efforts, feel out-of-sync sometimes.
The experiential prism of our life That we are all as unique as our fingerprint, or signature, or genes, is a seminal, oft-repeated cliché.
The essence of amplified action It is something that ‘separates’ us from other living creatures. It is simple, yet arguable — the ability to keep our powder dry in the face of life’s innumerable challenges.
The enduring import of being Each of us is gifted with the talent to understand and experience things independently.
Purge your mind of negative emotions The word ‘detox’ is expansively popular with most health-conscious people — it is also an indispensable part of every natural treatment plan.
The quintessential purport of our lives Life is full of characteristic, subtle nuggets. Such emotive facets are derived from our experience, or spiritual insight.
The soulful voice of positive hope We all want to succeed, if not unpretentiously fulfil our dreams, aspirations, or desires. However, the point often is, not all of us emote a sense of responsibility to succeed.
The sublime powers of mindful existence All that we experience of and about the self happens with or without our understanding, or knowing, although we feel or experience them at a certain level, if not as subtly as we think.
Channel your emotions with sublime empathy Our emotions are like the eternal beating of the waves of the ocean, the insidious blooming of a flower and the rhythmic tunes of a piece of music.

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