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Savour success, thus enhance it

Views:599 | Comments:5 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on April 26, 2010

Just as understanding the seven ‘failure traits’, (as conceived of by Dr Maxwell Maltz in his book, Psychocybernetics) enables the seeker to minimise failures in life, analysis of the seve.. Read full story

Gratitude is precious but rare

Views:646 | Comments:5 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on March 22, 2010

Ingratitude and all the pretensions that go with this vice, can indeed be galling, especially when one observes that these emanate from those whom he may have sincerely and significantly helped. Shake.. Read full story

Signs of success and failure

Views:567 | Comments:3 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on February 22, 2010

In a remarkable analysis, Dr Maxwell Maltz, in his book, Psychocybernetics observes how the manifest signs of success or failure, comprise each, of seven particular traits. The words denoting each of .. Read full story

Clarity within and time management

Views:503 | Comments:1 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on January 31, 2011

Drift and procrastination and the consequent listlessness and drag can be counted as the major causes for poor time management. Often, this state within manifests without as hurry, frenzy and busy-.. Read full story

Small things are sometimes big

Views:450 | Comments:1 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on December 27, 2010

The steps to "victory over oneself" and thus to true spiritual progress would naturally vary from person to person, depending on the individual make-up of personality.

 

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All things wise and wonderful

Views:417 | Comments:1 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on June 7, 2010

CECIL Frances Alexander's reference to “all things wise and wonderful”, in her great poem, is an indication of the immense potential for taking sustenance and inspiration from the wise .. Read full story

Take time off to stand and stare

Views:615 | Comments:1 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on May 10, 2010

WH Davies lamented, “What is this life if, full of care,/We have no time to stand and stare?”.
Centuries before, the Bible assured, “Be still and know that I am God” (Psa.. Read full story

Resentment, most costly indulgence

Views:469 | Comments:1 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on March 8, 2010

While all the seven failure traits elaborated by Dr Maxwell Maltz are highly relevant, ‘resentment’ is the most damaging of all these. The person concerned, perceiving injustice, wrongs.. Read full story

The Within, Without

Views:458 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on February 14, 2011

It is common observation that one who is clear within (with regard to his priorities, objectives and concepts) is also one who obtains around him those situations, persons and things which contribu.. Read full story

Check drift and procrastination

Views:294 | Author:K Vijayaraghavan | Posted on January 24, 2011

Truths that are only too obvious to common sense are not often given their due attention because this ‘common sense’ is not always that common! Simple issues stand out, as if calling for a.. Read full story


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