Every natural disturbance is the result of a build-up. The volcanoes, the earthquakes, the hurricanes, there is no magical appearance anywhere. We just don’t see them growing underneath, coming for us. They hold on for as long as possible, until they can’t.
What happens when you don’t know what is going to happen next? When you don’t know what you like and dislike? Or when you are feeling lost? And yet, you wish to go somewhere, do something, become someone – become you!
When we walk, we are walking towards better well-being, and towards emotional independence despite the pre-programed interdependence.
Suffering – what does it mean? Our life is packed with multiple experiences. Suffering and sadness is just as integral as excitement and happiness.
Our gut is lined up with so many neurons that scientists call it “the second brain.” And true to the phrase, the gut leaves a deep influence on our moods.
Our feelings, always arise from within us, meaning, we are what we feel. Understanding this is the first step to becoming emotionally intelligent
Irrespective of the way our emotional brain is bent, the best decisions are the ones that arise from our understanding of emotions and related thoughts
When we are emotionally present, we develop the ability to acknowledge our emotions, judge our thoughts, and act out the right decision
The key to emotional intelligence lies in understanding that emotions do not carry positive or negative vibes. It is our thoughts, and the actions that do