Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
Multidimensional realm of our being There is nothing our mind’s compass and radar cannot see, feel, perceive, or distinguish with its own molecules of thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
Be mindful and you can beat the odds It is as obvious as apparent can be. When our negative emotions grab hold of and stifle our positive, healthy thoughts, we emerge with feelings that do us no good.
From complexity to prudent adaptability It is a travesty that a host of new, strikingly powerful and resurgent diseases have been expanding around us with alarming intensity, notwithstanding our amazing progress.
For the common, greater good of all There are a few things we do well; there are a few things that we don’t do just as well as we ought to. This is a common phenomenon — archetypal for everyone, or each of us.
Amplified living is healthy wisdom It is being increasingly evidenced and also validated that illness, or disease, bears a definitive correlation between a certain event and its cascading biological, or behavioural, effect.
Pluralistic essence of our being Our new understanding of the mind through the rapidly expanding domain of consciousness studies demystifies and augments not only reductionism, but also the theory of everything.
Up the ante of your conscious existence It sounds cryptic, but is not as complex as it appears to be — the deferral of our consciousness from the ‘insentient’ to ‘divine awareness.’ Or, a condition that not only swells up, but also augments
The poetry and prose of dreams All of us, in one way or the other, envision our innate spheres — academics, arts, sports, or anything else — that ignite our interest or passion.
The highland level of your being Change, it is rightly said, is the quintessence of life; it is also a constant.
The rainbow synthesis of life It has long been accepted that constant, unflagging purpose juxtaposed with diligent action is what makes individuals achieve success in their lives and their careers.