The Giant Warrior within

The Giant Warrior within

This workshop is an exploration of the various enlightenment philosophies. Enlightenment refers to the process of achieving the highest potential anyone could achieve. We will explore both scientific (Quantum Physics specifically) and philosophical (Vedanta tradition specifically) view points to understand the concepts of enlightenment. We will compare and contrast some of the discoveries.

Appreciating yourself

Appreciating yourself

Are we gifted naturally? Do we already have enpough within us to succeed and flourish?

I believe so and I have experienced it with myself and others close to me. The field of Appreciative Inquiry and Positive Psychology give us research evidence that throws light on the how our natural gifts are so unique that we if we recognise it in ourselves, we might accelerate our success and fulfillment.

Self-Actualisation

Self-Actualisation

Abraham Maslow made the concept of Self-Actualisation popular though various books and papers he wrote. It has become a common usage in conversations, though there are multiple interpretations of what this means. The path is even more vague, as the topic has not been researched enough and not popularised in the work places.

A little more happier

A little more happier

All of us are driven towards happiness (call it peace, security or any other phrase). At the same time, we try to stay away from sorrow. This seems to be a natural inclination for us humans. The field of positive psychology continues to provide us evidence in connection with this.

Dreams as the first step in creating your own reality

Dreams as the first step in creating your own reality

Dreams do come true - irrespective of whether you believe in it or not. Dreams are sometimes visuals, words, thoughts, expressions and sometimes wild imagination. They have the power to pull you towards them. This is reiterated in research from various fields of science as well as philosophical traditions.

Values Conversations

Values Conversations

Each one of us hold on certain principles in life, based on our education, past experiences, religious beliefs and peer influences. We call them values in short - we are constantly guided by them, tormented by them sometimes and inspired at other times. What are they?