Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
We are all wired for spirituality All of us know that our famed fight-or-flight response works like a typical fire-alarm in the face of danger — be it daytime, middle of the night.
Timeless idiom of mindful living Each of us, according to scholar-historian Felipe Fernandez-Armesto, is familiar with the idea that our language determines the way we th­ink — although all our percepti­ons may not be ‘caged’ by lang
Of true success and happiness We are in the grip of a new, inundating wave. Success. The idea is to pursue and realise the ‘achievement badge,’ pronto. The less the wait, the better it is at the al­tar of accomplishment.
It’s all in your intuition Gut feelings. We all seem to use them virtually every day.
Soulful jazz of conscious existence Mysticism or spirituality, is essentially, a refined word — with a multitude of meanings, more so for individuals, who look at it from a host of frames, not just prisms.
Ethics isn’t as easy as it sounds Attitudes about mor­ality or ethics develop and evolve throughout life, whi­le perceptions often alter to absorbing an intricately expa­nding view of the world: of what encompasses reality.
Philosophy then, philosophy now Blessings upon Cadmus, the Phoenicians, or whoever it was that invented books,” wrote philosopher Thomas Carlyle.
The Zen master of gentleman's game Cricket proselytises consciousness or being. But this does not mean, that top-class batsmen parachuted to earth, with a bat in hand.
The synchronous harmony of life There’s in all of us a soul — prana or chi — that causes and regulates eve­ry physical and mental functi­on.
The synchronous harmony of life There’s in all of us a soul — prana or chi — that causes and regulates eve­ry physical and mental functi­on.

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