Watch your mental input (Managing the mind series 1)
Jul12

Watch your mental input (Managing the mind series 1)

Suppose we are going on tour, riding a strong swift horse. Suppose the horse catches sight of a juicy vegetable in a ditch …

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Why anger should be used sparingly … (Anger management series 7)
Jul11

Why anger should be used sparingly … (Anger management series 7)

A great power like nuclear power can be used for deterrence and defence, but it can also be used to cause catastrophic destruction.…

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How to use anger without being used by anger (Anger management series 6)
Jul10

How to use anger without being used by anger (Anger management series 6)

Suppose someone we are responsible for does something self-destructive, even after we have repeatedly warned them against…

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How to use anger constructively (Anger management series 5)
Jul09

How to use anger constructively (Anger management series 5)

We are often exhorted to avoid anger as it can make us act in ways that make our life hellish (Bhagavad-gita 16.21). Yet spiritual…

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Pointing the finger or pointing the way? (Anger management series 4)
Jul08

Pointing the finger or pointing the way? (Anger management series 4)

When people point a finger, it is often to show others who is at fault. Sometimes, they may point a finger to show others the…

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Choosing our battles in dealing with anger (Anger management 3)
Jul07

Choosing our battles in dealing with anger (Anger management 3)

Anger can make our life hellish (Bhagavad-gita 16.21). When dealing with anger, we often think in polar terms: we control…

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