The mind is not inherently our enemy – it is circumstantially our enemy
Oct14

The mind is not inherently our enemy – it is circumstantially our enemy

When we understand how our mind frequently sabotages us in our endeavors to do constructive things, we may become averse…

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As soon as we stop working constructively, our mind starts working destructively
Aug21

As soon as we stop working constructively, our mind starts working destructively

We often do things that we regret later. If we look back at why we did those things, we will notice that some voice within us …

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The first me is practically never the best me
Jul21

The first me is practically never the best me

Some people ask, “We are often told to repress our impulses in the name of civilized behavior or spiritual standards. …

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Don’t let the mind control the activities meant to control the mind
Jun01

Don’t let the mind control the activities meant to control the mind

During a war, an army can sabotage its opposing army by seizing control of its weapons and then using those weapons against…

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Train yourself to hack the inner hacker
Apr17

Train yourself to hack the inner hacker

A major danger in today’s digital world is hacking, wherein unscrupulous people gain access to our confidential, valuable…

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Even in paradise, the mind will say, “Yes, but …”
Jan16

Even in paradise, the mind will say, “Yes, but …”

We may know people who are habitual faultfinders. No matter how well a thing is done, they harp on some wrong that is irrelevant, insignificant or even imaginary. Being with such people is a recipe for misery. Unfortunately, we have to live with one such inveterate faultfinder: our own mind. It finds faults with the things we have, with the way people treat us, with the way life turns out.

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