When you hear the term Neuroplasticity or Brain Plasticity the first thing that pops into your head is an image of something plastic.
While there’s no plastic involved but the process is like plastic. Just like plastic that can change its shape under certain circumstance, your brain too has the ability to mould itself as you will. Continue reading →
I’ve never understood people who just shrug and let things go, even if they’ve been horribly wronged.
I’ve lived through my adolescent years bearing grudge, actually make that grudges and there might be some truth in the saying ‘that holding grudges affect you the most’ because I was this irritable guy. Continue reading →
Thanks to Kung Fu Panda, we all know how inner peace can change our fate. But is it actually possible to feel a sublime sea of peace inside, especially during those emotionally turbulent times? Continue reading →
The number one excuse for not meditating is a lack of time. People are too busy working towards their dream lives and in the process neglect the powerhouse of productivity- the brain. Continue reading →
Facebook acquiring Whatsapp is probably old news now, but the story behind this deal can teach a lot about perseverance. Not many people outside the tech circle knew Whatsapp’s co-founder Brian Acton before his story became famous. Continue reading →
By now, everyone knows that yoga and meditation works wonders for stress, but besides these there are other lesser-known techniques that also help to alleviate stress and anxiety. While some of these can be conveniently done, some require time and effort on your part.
But, all in all these techniques have been proven to work almost with immediate effect. Continue reading →
“You are the only you God made… God made you and broke the mold.”
― Max Lucado
Honestly, how many times have you looked in the mirror and focused on your flaws? Round nose, small eyes, too fat, too thin, too short? In a survey conducted, 91% of the people confessed to perceiving themselves as ugly. Continue reading →
Resilience is accepting your new reality, even if it’s less good than the one you had before.
– Elizabeth Edwards
There are times when Life knocks us down, and it knocks us down pretty bad. Some people choose to resign to Fate and crib about the downfall for all of their lives, while some get back up and go on to create history. Continue reading →
You have probably heard people raving about the benefits of meditation, from better health to better concentration. But there is another excellent benefit that most of us are in dire need of- the effect meditation has on anger, both in terms of it being a solution and also to prevent triggering anger bursts. Continue reading →