The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
Mind the body & balance the mind Most of us are familiar with the idiom that best describes stress — “fight-or-flight” response.
Stay in harmony with nature It’s a fact of contemporary life that you and I are more or less, less or more, detached from nature.
That divine mosaic of art and science Our old, inborn fancy to present complex explanations as a synthesis of “we-contra-others” is thought to be flawed, especially in our modern, technologically advanced world.
Into the heart of the conscious self No one would, perforce, know the true dimension, or character, of the self as long as one is ‘living it.’ What comes close is something that can be perceived only when it ‘falls away’ and is apparent,
When nothing is impossible All of us have a method with ourselves. Some feel like victims, while others feel they are the masters of their circumstances.
Go on, spread some happiness around You are cool, calm and collected when you comprehend your own feelings. All of us can attain such a state without being Zen masters by accommodating our and others’ sensitivities and sensibilities.
Of body, brain and placebo effect While most theories on human nature were based on conscious experience, the cascading impact of new scientific thought has pigeonholed them as pre-scientific hearsay, or folk psychology.
Of life’s essentiality and synchrony It is no big deal to think of psychology as the study of human consciousness and behaviour.
Realistic essence of our being Realistic imagery, or inner vision, is insightful knowledge, that it is a tad archaic, yet it is also a new ‘technology’ of the soul.
Being emotional serves you well The whole fulcrum of psychologist Daniel Goleman’s articulation for emotional intelligence is based on a perceptively original synthesis of research, including new insights into the brain architecture