The mind deafens us not just to Krishna, but also to the body
Mar04

The mind deafens us not just to Krishna, but also to the body

Suppose we are walking on a street, wearing earphones that deafen us to all external sounds. We would be in danger especially…

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Our forced errors don’t justify our unforced errors

In tennis, when a player is put into a situation where it is almost impossible to hit a shot back into the court, player has …

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The mind is a masterly telemarketer – don’t pick up the phone
Dec04

The mind is a masterly telemarketer – don’t pick up the phone

Some telemarketers are dangerously expert at marketing their products. They can make unsuspecting customers who had …

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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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