Rajgopal Nidamboor
The writer is a physician and a doctorate in philosophical literature
My Stories
The divine purpose of mindful existence Intent is more important than intonation. This holds good for our spiritual quest.
Let the spirit of sport pervade everyday life Sport, like meditation, is nothing short of a spiritual act.
The ability to let go bottled-up feelings Most of us tend to bottle-up our emotions —especially when we are ‘under the emotional weather.’ This often leads to suppressed feelings.
Inner balance echoes one’s outer harmony While some of us are aware of our inner voice, not many know or perceive its evolution, or pattern. This is because the whole premise is tangibly intangible.
Conquer your qualms to reach the next level All of us know the essence, if not the subtle nuances, of the future. As Albert Einstein said, “I never think of the future; it comes soon enough.” For most people, the future is always near.
Synchronous balance is vital for one and all Imagine that you are playing an electronic game, or actually hitting the buttons with your fingers.
Why transformed awareness is crucial All of us, to a certain — or full — extent feel that we could be unequivocally helpful to others. Whether we follow such an urge or not, in reality, is not the key point.
Can we modify our emotional bearings? We are not always a replica of our thoughts, emotions and responses. We also don’t always use our own sense of understanding to perceive emotions in ourselves and in others as a resource.
Of life, harmony and divine insight We are all endowed with energy — something we don’t pay for. It comes free-of-charge with no strings or bills attached.
How synchronous empathy helps us All of us are in an undulating ‘hypnotic’ state. A pat on the back, at the beginning of the day, is an invite to happiness. A rebuff, likewise, has a wobbly, cascading effect.