The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
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
Belief is the key to your conviction Belief is a weighty keynote in the writings of our philosophers and thinkers. It is part and parcel of our religion and spiritual tradition.
Moderation is the key to success The great Greek philosopher Plato often asserted that too much of a good thing was not only bad, but dangerous.
Mind-body balance & gene expression While consciousness studies, psychodynamics and integrative psychology have shed new light on the old, unified fields of mind, body and soul, new research on the biochemical factors of emotion — neuro
Soul consciousness and reason The soul, in the philosophical writings of ancient Greece, has a modern corollary — it connects to consciousness and mind, aside from mind-body and body-mind intelligence.
The good, the bad and the ugly Most of us allocate a great deal of attention to our conscience — although the whole idea of its significance is subject to a host of factors.
The info-realm of our conscious awareness It goes without saying that all of us inherit our to-follow goals, while giving certain priorities for our fondest preferences. Most of us visualise level-headed goals.
Desire, pride & life’s journey Desire is a bridge that connects our dreams and yet hampers our fondest wishes from taking off.
The mindful essence of sensory awareness The idea of being conscious and having sensory qualities are independent of each other.
Perceiving is more than what meets the eye Philosopher Aristotle emphasised the fact that “thinking always involves thinking — especially when one thinks.” This has got nothing to do with thought, a passive state, in the context of our physics