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सोचता हूं अपने हालात कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं, कोइ मिल जाय ऐैसा जिस्से जिंदगी कि वकालत करूँ।

अशकों मे बेहति जा रही  है जिंदगी, अब इन अशकों से उनके बहने कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।670px-Interpret-Your-Dreams-Step-4

वक्त के पहियों में सिमट गई हे जिंदगी, पता हि नहीं चला कि कब कुछ अपने पराये हो गये ओर कब पराये अपनों से भि ज्यादा प्यारे हो गये।

फुरसत के वो लम्हें पता नहिं क्यों जुदा हो गये, जिन लम्हों मे कभि तलाशी  थी जिंदगी, अब वो लम्हे भि बेवफा हो गये।

युं तो वक्त मिलता नहिं जालिम, लेकिन जब भि मिलता हे तो निकल जाता हूं उन खुशी के लम्हों को  धूंडने मे जो वक्त  कि आपा-धापि मे कहिं खो गये।

अब इस बात कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।

जि्ंदगी  की कशमकश कुछ ऐसि हे जिस के लिये दिल में कोइ चाहत नहीं उसके साथ ता उम्र रहना मजबूरी हे ओर जिसके लिये दिल मे बे इम्तहा मोहाब्बत हे उसके साथ बनानी पड़ती दूरी हे।

अब इस बात कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।just_a_dream____by_enricoagostoni

जब कभि फुरसत मिलती हे तो उन पूरानी  तस्विरों को देख लेता हूं, ओर अपने पिता के साथ बिताए उन पलों को याद करता हूं, जब उन्होने चलना सिखाया था।

ओर अब जिंदगी कि रफ्तार मे इतना तेज चल पड़ा हूँ कि जब जब पैसों कि कमी होती हे तो उनको याद करता हूं ओर खुशी के पलों में उनके होने कि ना कभि फरियाद करता हूँ।

इस जिंदगी ने इतना मतलबि बना दिया अब इस बात कि कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।

जो कभि ख्वाब देखे थे, अब वो ख्वाब टूट चुके हें, मंजिल पर पहुंचने कि जद्दो-जहद में कई अपने पीछे छुट चुके हें।

अब इस बात कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।

धीरे-धीरे वक्त के साथ-साथ चलना अब सीख गया हूं दोस्तों, कुछ बातें हें जो दिल को बहुत दुखाती हें उनके साथ जीना सीख गया हूं। जिंदगी के इस मीठे जहर का धूंट पीना अब सीख गया हू़ं।

पहले जब उदास होता था तो मां कि गोद में सर होता था ओर हाथ मे मां का हाथ, अब उदास होता हू़ं तो मयखाने कि टेबल पर सर होता हे ओर हाथ में शराब का गिलास।

कितना बदल दिया हे जिंदगी ने,  इस बात कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।

अभि तो जिंदगी आधी गुजरि हे ओर आधी अभी बाकि हे, अकेला चल पड़ा हूं रास्तों पर, ना कोइ संगि हे ना कोइ साथी है।lonely-man

जिनका मिला हे साथ, जिनके हाथों में हे हाथ, खुश हो जाता हूं जब हो जाति हे उनसे थोड़ि सि बात, पर डरता हूं कि जिंदगी कि आपा-धापि मे छूट ना जाये उनका साथ।

अब इस बात कि किस्से क्या शिकायत करूं।

Written & Scripted by: Rohit

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स्वामी ब्रहमदेव कहते हैं कि हर चीज के पीछे पहले एक विचार होता है और तब वह कल्पना का रूप लेता है। जब हम कल्पना करते है, सभी शक्तियां हमारी कल्पनाशक्ति को आकृति देने का कार्य करती हैं। इसलिए हमें सावधान रहना चाहिए क्योंकि अधिकतर समय हम कल्पना में जीते हैं। रूको, जांच करो कि तुम क्या कर रहे हो और आप पाओगे कि जो आप कल्पना कर रहे हो, 90 प्रतिशत नकारात्मक कल्पना करते हैं और जब हम नकारात्मक चीजें सोचते हैं तो हम नकारात्मक चीजें ही करते हैं। हालांकि, अनजाने में ही हम नकरात्मक कल्पना के साथ चीजें करते है। यहां कल्पना का मतलब डर है।

डर को कौन पैदा करता है। उत्तर है: नकारात्मक कल्पना। हम योगा, ध्यान, पौष्टिक आहार,  अच्छी जीवनशैली अपनाकर और अच्छे लोगों के साथ रहने की कोशिश कर सकते हैं। यह हम नियमित रूप से ध्यान या योगा करते हैं, हम नकारात्मकता से निजात पा सकते हैं। जब हम 100 प्रतिशत स्पष्ट हो जाता है कि यह खुशी, सौहार्द, सुखद और हर चीज स्वतः ही होती जाती है। कोई डर नहीं होती है, जीवन संुदर है। स्पष्टता ही जीवन का आध्यात्मक रूप है। हम हर क्षण जीते हैं, हम आगे बढ़ते हैं और हमें स्पष्ट होता है हम क्या कर रहे हैं।

प्रश्न है: स्पष्टता कहां से आ सकती है? स्पष्टता के कई प्रकार होते हैं। यदि हम यहां है तो हम स्पष्टताओं के साथ जीते हैं, हम यहां है क्योंकि हम कुछ स्पष्ट हैं कि हम यहां क्यों है, यदि हम कुछ करते हैं, हमारे स्पष्ट हैं कि हम यह क्यों करना चाहते हैं। सामान्यतया, हमारा मस्तिष्क हर चीज की गणना करते है। और इस गणना के आधार पर स्पष्टता आती है लेकिन मानसिक स्पष्टता हमेशा बेहतर नहीं होती है, क्योंकि यह गणनाओं पर आधारित है और गणनाएं गलत होने के रूप में जानी जाती है, मानसिक स्पष्टता जल्दी से आ सकती है।

हम उनके साथ काम करना शुरू करते हैं लेकिन जो हम चाहते है या जिसकी आवश्यकता होती है, परिणाम उससे विपरीत हो सकता है। कभी-कभी हम भावनात्मक स्पष्टता के साथ प्रक्रियाएं करते हैं। हमारे अधिकतर संबंध भावनात्मक स्पष्टता पर आधारित होते हैं और वे बहुत तेजी से बदलते हैं। आज, हमारे पास ये भावना है, एक घंटे के बाद भावनात्मक स्पष्टता के साथ भावना बदल जाती है। हम बेहतर संभावनाओं को आनंद लेने में समर्थ नहीं होते हैं। स्पष्टताएं हमारी अंहकार से, हमारे आवेगों से, हमारी सर्वोच्च्ता, हमारी शारीरिक संरचना से आ सकती हैं। अतः हमें किस प्रकार की स्पष्टता की आवश्यकता होती है? कौन-सी स्पष्टता हमें बेहतर और अधिकतम संभावनाएं दे सकती है।

यह सतर्कता की स्पष्टता है, यह अत्यधिक समझ से आती है: यह हमारी मानसिकता है और सीधे हमारे अंतःकरण से आती है।

अपने अंतःकरण की सुनकर हम अपनी क्षमता को बढ़ा सकते हैं जब मानसिक स्पष्टता आती है, हम अपने मस्तिष्क की सुनते हैं और हम उन्हें ही अपनाते हैं। जब भावनात्मक स्पष्टता आती है, हम अपनी भावनाओं की सुनते हैं और उनके अनुसार चलते हैं। जब शारीरिक स्पष्टता आती है, हम अपनी शारीरिक स्पष्टता के सुनते हैं। अंतःकरण्र भी बोलता है, अपने अंतःकरण की सुनकर में अपनी क्षमता में वृद्धि कर सकते हैं और उसके बाद जो कुछ भी आत्मा से आता है वह अधिक स्पष्ट साबित होगा। यह सभी के लिए बेहतर है, यह अधिकतम स्पष्ट है। यह चेतना है, मानसिक स्पष्टता है।

और यदि हम इसके साथ चलते हैं, जीवन हमें बेहतर देता है और सभी संभावनाओं में सबसे अधिक सामंजस्य  होता है। यह हमारे जीवन को समझने का कार्य है, यह अपने को जानने और समझने के लिए हमारे जीवन की संपूर्ण तकनीक है, जीवन प्रणाली है। यह एक निरंतर और अंतहीन पूर्णकालिक कार्य है। अधिक चेतना प्राप्त करने के लिए हम अधिकतर अपने बाहर रहते हैं, हम अधिकतर समय अपने अंदर रहने की कोशिश करनी चाहिए।

Article by:सुधामहि रेगुनाथन

Source: http://www.speakingtree.in/

 

In the Beginning was the Word, says the Bible. And the Word was with God. In the Yoga Sutras, the letters A, U and M stand for the ultimate symbol (Vachaka) of Brahman, also called Pranava. Both interpretations of reality aren’t far from what some 21st-century physicists are proposing — that information, not matter and energy, may be the most basic unit of existence!

 The Serbian-born Oxford physicist Vlatko Vedral, for instance, regards the Universe itself and its working to be the ebb and flow of information. We are all transient patterns of information, Vedral writes in Decoding Reality: The Universe as Quantum Information, created just so as to pass on the recipe of our basic forms and patterns to the future generations with the help of a four-letter digital code called DNA.Image

 In such a scheme, uncertainty or probability is the Mother of Information, whether it manifests itself in the quantum chaos at the heart of an exploding star or as discrete arrays of DNA’s loops and ladders; in economics or social networking!

 The Tantric tradition also slots information as the ultimate ingredient of reality. At the root of reality is an Ocean of Knowledge called Bodha Samudra or Akula, says philosopher-savant Gopinath Kaviraj.

 This is responsible for the illusory division of the world into outer and inner realms. It disappears upon enlightenment, which is supposed to be a paradoxical experience beyond words and thoughts.

 “I am my own eye/ and I am in the emptiness blue too,” sings the mystic master Jnandeva even as he gazes at Nirvana or Non-Return of Nature.

Article By: Vithal C Nadkarni 

Source: Speakingtree.in

It is been a long time since, I have written for my blog in my own words because of time constraint. I think this will never end with me, but today I am not talking about the most talked time management concepts, rather I am going to put my thoughts on anger management. Recently, I saw some incidents in real life that provoked me to discuss more on such issues. Anger is one of the eternal elements of our body that we all know, but certainly the level of anger is different for different people. For some people, it is like an addiction and for some it is merely a natural event. As recently, I saw many people being the victim of some brutal angry temptations, which even can’t expressed in words. Few days back my brother has smashed T.V remote in the floor so brutally that has broken in to pieces, because of anger caused by certain things. Recently, I came across two more cases like this; one of my close friends has smashed his mobile phone into the ground after having a fight with his girlfriend and similarly a person in a public place has broken his glasses because he could not hold his anger after being abused by another person.

All these incidents reflect the worst side of human nature. What is that particular element in our body or mind that ignites us to smash things, when we are at peak of our anger. To be very honest many times, I have been the victim of such deadly temptations as well and perhaps you may also experienced the same at some point of time in your life. Since long, I have been wondering what are the forces behind such awful acts or is it an outcome of series of certain events occurring continuously causes such high voltage temptations in our brain. But, on other side of the story lies the question, what happens after they do it? In all the cases, I realized that after doing such act, all of a sudden their anger gets vanished to an extent. They feel more compose, calm and relaxed afterwards and also regret for what they have done.  Such events not only cause them financial damage but also causes huge amount of personal damage. Their worst aggression could also harm people around them, as their senses doesn’t able to control their temptations and unable to differentiate between good or bad.

Now, above two paragraphs I have discussed about the pre and post affects of anger, but the major questions here still is the same. Had those issues been resolved, which are responsible for occurrence of such events? Anyone can certainly bet on this and the obvious answer is No. I still don’t know what to call those things like events, consequences, issues, circumstances, problems or nothing but a mania. So, are these people are maniacs? Because if problems can get resolved by smashing or breaking objects, then the whole world would have become the big junkyard and people are still happy.

Now, here is the trickiest angel of the story. After hitting objects problem remains the same but anger gets vanished. I mean this entire thing is really confusing, if you seriously read the whole story you must be wondering what exactly it is and there will be many things tickling inside your mind. Read this line carefully “How could it happen that the things which caused such huge angrily temptations still remains unresolved, but the anger gets off after certain rigorous events”. I have been thinking strongly about the forces responsible for such events or is there any logic behind this that only our strings can understand. But, why this happens exactly? The question still remains unanswered.

5 Fundamentals for Success in Life

Posted: November 26, 2011 in Uncategorized

What can we do to become more successful? How can we excel in all areas of life, whether professional or personal? A vast body of literature has been written on this subject over the decades, but here are five points which I regard as being fundamental.

5 Fundamentals for Success in Life

1. Be Proactive

Viktor Frankl said that between stimulus and response there is a gap, and within this gap lies all our freedom. Even as he was suffering immense privations in a Nazi concentration camp, he realized that he was responsible for his thoughts and actions and was not simply a bundle of conditioned responses.

Like Frankl, we should strive to be the creators of our own destiny, orchestrating our experience of life. Everything starts in the mind and ripples out, so what happens around us is a reflection of our own inner world. Whether we allow our inner world to grow wild, whether we let weeds spring up and take hold or whether we cultivate a green and pleasant garden – it is all our choice: this is what it means to be proactive.

2. Take Responsibility

Since we have the power to choose our experience, we also need to accept responsibility for this. Perhaps not that everything that comes our way is a direct result of our own thinking (though some might say it is) but what we attract into our life is, largely, a reflection of our thinking. Much of this occurs on a subconscious level, but the subconscious takes its lead from the thinking mind, so changing our thoughts will change our world, and we are responsible for this.

Our behavior is a natural outcome of our mental images, and so we are responsible for our behavior too, and also for the behavior we tolerate in others. If we allow others to ride roughshod over us, then we have ourselves to blame.

3. Be a Good Leader

We cannot be effective in any area of life unless we have good leadership skills. Leadership is an art and each of us needs to find our own approach to it. Primarily, we need to understand how to lead ourselves, and this means having a compass, a direction which guides all our actions. This compass often takes the form of a personal mission statement, a document spelling out the values we live by.

As we lead others, whether as parents, bosses, in families or organizations of which we are a part, we need first and foremost to lead by example, making it clear what our values are and that we live by them. Any inconsistency in our professed values and our behavior will be spotted, seen through and will ruin our effectiveness. Personal complicity and double standards are the nails in the coffin of our ability to lead.

A good leader will lead quietly and subtly, from the rear, without fuss, without fanfare. In the words of the Tao Te Ching,

‘A good soldier does not inspire fear;
A good fighter does not display aggression;
A good conqueror does not engage in battle;
A good leader does not exercise authority.

This is the value of unimportance;
This is how to win the cooperation of others;
This to how to build the same harmony that is in nature.’

 

Source: Thechangeblog.com

The Three Secrets to Happiness

Posted: September 19, 2011 in Uncategorized

We all know that money can’t buy happiness … but many times we act as if we’d be happier with a bit more money. We are conditioned to want to be rich (when we know the rich aren’t happy either); we are trained to want the latest gadget or style that television tells us to want; we want to earn more money because then we’ll have the good life.

But none of that will bring us happiness. No matter how much we earn, no matter how much we have in the bank, no matter how nice our clothing or cars or toys, none of it will make us happier. And the sad thing is that it could take us decades of pursuing wealth and luxury items before we realize this.

So what will bring us happiness? Luckily, it’s three things that don’t cost a thing. These three things have been proven by research — surveys of hundreds of thousands of people about what they have, what their lives are like, and how happy they are.

Here they are, the Three Secrets to Happiness:

  1. Good relationships. We have a human need to be close, to be intimate, with other human beings. Having good, supportive friendships, a strong marriage or close and loving relationships with our family members will make us much more likely to be happy. Action steps: Take time, today, to spend time with your loved ones, to tell them what they mean to you, to listen to them, and develop your relationship with them.
  2. Positive thinking. I’m obviously a big proponent of positive thinking as the best way to achieve your goals, but it turns out that it can lead to happiness too. Optimism and self-esteem are some of the best indicators of people who lead happy lives. Happy people feel empowered, in control of their lives, and have a positive outlook on life. Action steps: Make positive thinking a habit. In fact, this should be one of the first habits you develop. Get into the habit of squashing all negative thoughts and replacing them with positive ones. Instead of “I can’t” think “I can”. It may sound corny, but it has worked for me, every time.
  3. Flow. This is a popular concept on the Internet these days — the state we enter when we are completely focused on the work or task before us. We are so immersed in our task that we lose track of time. Having work and leisure that gets you in this state of flow will almost undoubtedly lead to happiness. People find greatest enjoyment not when they’re passively mindless, but when they’re absorbed in a mindful challenge. Action steps: Find work that you’re passionate about. Seriously — this is an extremely important step. Find hobbies that you’re passionate about. Turn off the TV — this is the opposite of flow — and get outside and do something that truly engages you.

You’ve been given the Three Secrets to Happiness. Don’t waste them!

The Story of the Butterfly

Posted: August 23, 2011 in Uncategorized

A man found a cocoon of a butterfly.
One day a small opening appeared.
He sat and watched the butterfly for several hours
as it struggled to squeeze its body through the tiny hole.
Then it stopped, as if it couldn’t go further.

So the man decided to help the butterfly.
He took a pair of scissors and
snipped off the remaining bits of cocoon.
The butterfly emerged easily but
it had a swollen body and shriveled wings.

The man continued to watch it,
expecting that any minute the wings would enlarge
and expand enough to support the body,
Neither happened!
In fact the butterfly spent the rest of its life
crawling around.
It was never able to fly.

What the man in his kindness
and haste did not understand:
The restricting cocoon and the struggle
required by the butterfly to get through the opening
was a way of forcing the fluid from the body
into the wings so that it would be ready
for flight once that was achieved.

Sometimes struggles are exactly
what we need in our lives.
Going through life with no obstacles would cripple us.
We will not be as strong as we could have been
and we would never fly.