Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
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.
Mindful melodies of the soul When we repel our em­otions customarily, we disturb our self-estee­m’s applecart.
Of mind and body intelligence Most of us regard the se­lf, our deepest hub, as subtle. Just think of this. Without your body, tongue, or ear, you would not have spoken, or heard another’s voice.
Time is eternal spring without end The essence of time, al­ong with space, holds the pivot to metaphysics. It also finds representation in a host of things that exists in nature. How?
Tangible dynamics of mindful living Your hand is able to touch things, because it is a to­uchable thing all by itself. It is also a part of the tangible world that it explores. This illustration holds good for your eyes, no less.
Try to awaken the archaeologist within Our mind is far ahead of René Descartes’ famous maxim, “I think, therefo­re, I am.” The more we explore our mind, the more we go beyo­nd.
The physics of mindful healing The spurt in holistic therapies, and their growing po­pularity, has brought to the fore a vital component — the ‘rehumanising’ of medicine.

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