PSYCHOLOGICAL YOGA

Don’t let anyone take away your dreaming rights. Everyone dreams; those who don’t are exceptions. Dreaming is an important component of our daily activity. Rosalind Cartwright highlights a fascinating aspect  of dreaming.  She sees in dreaming a mechanism for regulating negative emotions. She says that all the emotional states during waking hours shows itself inContinue reading “PSYCHOLOGICAL YOGA”

MISS DOLITTLE AND MR KNOWALL

Among a Miss DoLittle and a Mr KnowAll who is smarter and who is wiser? One is different from the other. They  apply  different  strategies  to  solve  their  problems.  Mr KnowAll thinks he is smarter. Miss DoLlittle thinks she is wiser. What the studies and observations say? Men  are  better  with  ‘line  and  rule’.  Women Continue reading “MISS DOLITTLE AND MR KNOWALL”

FRIENDSHIP IS INFORMAL, LOVE IS NOT

Understanding has another name – friendship. The meaning of ‘Friend  in  need  is  a  friend  indeed’  is  undergoing  changes.  The  new  interpretation  of  the  phrase  is ‘A  friend  is  a  friend  until  the  time  he  is needed’, especially in the virtual world, where it is easy to make friends, and even easier to ‘unfriend’ them.Continue reading “FRIENDSHIP IS INFORMAL, LOVE IS NOT”

MATHEMATICS OF BETTER HALVES

Perfect marriages don’t happen, as that needs two perfect halves, and perfect halves are not found. How can this happen when present-day ‘halves’ have so different beginnings, middles, and the ends. The important point to remember is that these differences are natural.  Perfect means  most compatible. If man is a source, woman is a sink,Continue reading “MATHEMATICS OF BETTER HALVES”

WE HAVE BLIND SPOTS

We  don’t  want  to  take  the  chance  of  becoming  disloyal  to  the  boss  by pointing out his faults. It is not easy to change the boss. This problem is more troublesome in small groups, where one of our motives is to exchange niceties. In small groups, it is important to maintain cordial relations with colleagues. Continue reading “WE HAVE BLIND SPOTS”

PROVIDENCE IS THE MOST POPULAR SCAPEGOAT

You must have seen an accused smiling while facing the camera. When you see that you should know that the accused has identified a scapegoat. Scapegoats prevail  in  every  imaginable  group.  It is the  easiest  of all hunting expeditions. A competent politician can be a scapegoat. His presence can make the weaknesses of others apparent.Continue reading “PROVIDENCE IS THE MOST POPULAR SCAPEGOAT”

TRUST BEGETS TRUST

You can’t trust others unless you trust yourself. David DeSteno makes a very interesting observation, “Although it’s true that cooperation and vulnerability require two parties, no one ever said that the two parties had to be different people. To the contrary, the parties can be the same person at different times.” Trust influences practically everyContinue reading “TRUST BEGETS TRUST”