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12 Time Management Skills in Spiritual Life

Time management is your key to success in every front of life. If you want to achieve great things of life, then you need disciplines in almost everywhere in life, which includes physical, mental, emotional, financial, and spiritual. It makes things easy for you to handle and, ultimately, brings success to your life.
It is best to practice discipline and time management from the early stages of your life. However, if you are late, you can start now. There is always some scope for improvement in discipline in life.
Discipline can give you the rules to live your life efficiently and effectively, with less wastage of time, effort and energy. The small sacrifices in the present moments can bring a better and comfortable life in the future.

What is Discipline?

Discipline is a way of being honest, hard-working, following some routines, motivated, and encouraged throughout the life. Moreover, time management creates habits, habits make routines, and routines lead to success. It makes the difference between winning and losing, between average and exceptional.

12 Time Management Skills

Time management is the backbone of spiritual life. Prepare the list of jobs that are to be done every morning. Prioritize your tasks.  Set the time to complete each of your tasks.

Time management is also includes your meditation, yoga exercises, food and sleep timings. In fact, the Stomach meridian is at its peak between 7:00 and 9:00am, making this the best time to have breakfast. The last meal of the day should be light and taken at least four hours before going to bed.

12 Time Management Skills

12 Time Management Skills

The 12 time management skills:

  1. Give an early start to the day: Start the day before 6:00 AM.
  2. Always have a to-do list: Make a priority list of three things to do. 
  3. Organize three short goals: Understand your short goals, don’t mix it with long goals. 
  4. Follow a time table: Strictly follow a routine of your 24 hours plan. Keep your food, prayer, yoga and meditation also on priority. 
  5. Do one task at a time: Stop doing multitasking, try to focus on one activity at a time. 
  6. Stay focused: Keep distractions at bay. Keep all destructing persons, thoughts, and activities away. 
  7. Make a habit to say “No”: Learn how to say “No” in many situations. 
  8. Give value to fitness: Do your daily exercises. 
  9. Send sort emails: Do not waste much time on emails. 
  10. Restrict social media involvements: Keep your social media activities under control. 
  11. Keep yourself motivated all the time. 
  12. Get enough sleep: Seven to eight hours of sleep is necessary for your body. Maintain the sleep wake cycle healthy. 

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Ecological Balance is the Key to Global Health

Ecological Balance for Global Health: Heal the Earth – Heal the Mind

“Ecological balance is the key to global health. We have to solve the problem from the root. The present pandemic may be due to gross violation of the Natures laws. We need to rectify them, if we want to survive and thrive as a human race.” – Sri Amit Ray 

Present pandemic is a big lesson for humanity and we need to learn from it first. We are not isolated element of Nature, but part of an integrated system. Hence total health is now more important than ever. 

Perhaps you are aware that environmental health is related to our personal health. There are lots of small actionable steps we can do to save the planet earth and the humanity. In this article, we explore the areas where we can focus to protect the mother earth in our day to day life and we can heal our inner world. 

“There are 114 chakras in the earth. These earth chakras are connected to our health and emotions. Human and environmental health are intimately intertwined. Balancing the earth chakras is the key for public health. ” – Sri Amit Ray

You can balance you root chakra by serving the earth.  When your root chakra is balanced, you will be more balanced and happy.… Read more..