Negative thoughts can be incredibly detrimental to your mental health and overall well-being. They can make you feel anxious, depressed, and even lead to physical health problems. But the good news is that you can learn how to overcome negative thoughts and embrace a positive mindset.
In this article, you will know the importance of a positive mindset, chakra balancing, and other practical tips to overcome negative thoughts and develop a more positive outlook.
There are 114 chakras in the human body. Most of you have only heard of the 7 basic chakras. They are very important, but not sufficient. To work with chakra healing and balancing, you must know all your 114 chakras rather than just the seven chakras.
The 114 chakras work in a hierarchical network. If you want to work with the chakra system, you must know the specific names, locations, and functions of the 114 chakras. The 114 chakras work in a sequential way. You must know the specific path and sequence of awakening the 114 chakras.
You also need to identify the chakras which are active and the chakras which are inactive in your mind-body energy system. In our Ray 114 Chakras advanced meditation course, we cover the details of the 114 chakras, with Sanskrit names, English names, location maps, and functions.
In this guide, you will get the details of the 7 basic chakras and their limitations. Here, you will learn the basic colors, mantras, meanings, foods, stones, names, locations, and functions of the 7 chakras. The chakras are like flowers, each of which has a specific number of petals. Moreover, each petal vibrates at a specific healing frequency.… Read more..
Leadership Development Master Course Based on 21 Chakras and Meditations
A Nine-Weeks Profound Leadership Development Online Course
Sri Amit Ray Meditation Center
The Ray 21-Chakra based leadership development framework, tools and techniques help the world’s leading CEO’s, business leaders, and top professionals to grow, manifest, build values, and inner strength. It is a unique course that focuses on the energy channels and epigenetic aspects of leadership development.
These techniques are developed by Sri Amit Ray, in his deep meditations and while guiding the top personalities of the world in different dimensions. This is to improve your emotional stability, growth mindset, resilience, and mind power.
Unless you remove the blockages of your subtle energy flows in your body, it is difficult to improve your leadership qualities. This is an online one-on-one guided meditation course. We will introduce you to a network of 21 energy centers (chakras) and 21 energy channels (nadis) in your energy body and mind linked to leadership skill development.
This is an Unique Meditation Driven Chakra Based Leadership Skill Development Online Course.
This course is designed on improving your ability to be focused and emotionally balanced so that you can become more resilient – feeling less dragged along and more alive and energized, and better able to keep a balance between your private life and work.… Read more..
Currently, deep learning modules of AI based systems lacks the emotional aspects of human intelligence. However, to fix the subjective issues like relationship, depression, anxiety and emotional issues future artificial intelligence based systems like cyborgs require deep emotional intelligence modules. AI is expanding and evolving itself in many technological fronts. It is not only limited by Deep learning algorithms, but expanding its horizons in deeper levels of human consciousness. Modern AI is tremendously successful for pattern recognition, voice recognition, face identification and machine learning. Self-driven cars are already on road in testing phase. But, in today’s world AI is more needed in dealing with emotions like anger, impatience, disappointment, frustration, surprise, happiness, and gratitude. This article covers the scope, issues and challenges of AI for building emotional intelligence.
Need for Combining Artificial Intelligence with Emotional Intelligence
Human emotion is deeply associated with motivation, decision, evaluation, learning, character, intelligence, desires, and awareness. Thus, nearly all human psychological activities are subject to emotional influences and excitation. Self-awareness is the significance of the mental activities of a human being. Therefore, it should be one of the core ideas of AI with emotional intelligence.
Some researchers claims that emotional intelligence accounts for 75 percent of a person’s success and perhaps that will be more true for the success of future artificial intelligence based cyborgs and other systems.
Compassion Meditation – The Four Immeasurable Virtues: Maitri, Karuna, Mudita, and Upeksha
Sri Amit Ray talks about the importance of the four immeasurable Brahmaviharas – compassion meditation techniques and attitudes. They are the highest form of all virtues. The four Immeasurable Virtues are: Maitri, Karuna, Mudita and Upeksha. Brahmaviharas means divine abiding. Dr. Ray talks about the nature of Brahmaviharas and the importance of Brahmaviharas. He also discusses how these four virtues increases our emotional intelligence and happiness in life. The four Immeasurable divine virtues are explained in details.
Purpose of yoga and meditation is to get a permanent blessed and peaceful state of mind. Being able to control our emotions is key to our happiness as well as our relationships. Though there is nothing inherently wrong with any kind of emotion, some of them can lead to major amounts of distress when left unchecked. By changing our thoughts, we would not change the situation, however, we would change the way it affects our life.
Four Immeasurable Brahmaviharas and Patanjali’s Yoga Sutra
These four virtues are mentioned in the teachings of Buddha, Patanjali’s yoga sutra and Upanishads. They are the four types of attitudes towards people and society. The yoga sutra (1.33) states that blessed state of mind is developed through meeting happy people with friendliness, those who are suffering with compassion, those who are virtuous with delight, and indifference or neutrality towards those we perceive as wicked or evil.
Four Immeasurable Brahmaviharas as Taught by Buddha
The Buddha taught the four great virtues, known as the four “Brahmaviharas”. The word Brahmavihara is Pali, and comes from two words. First, there is the word brahma. In the Buddha’s time, a brahma was a deity who lived in a heavenly realm. The word vihara means abode or dwelling. Hence, the word Brahmavihara means dwelling in the realm of blessedness. They are mindfulness practices that protect the mind from falling into habitual patterns of reactivity with the cultivation of our best intentions. We all have the potential to abide in loving-kindness, compassion, appreciative joy, and equanimity. When we know how to do this, these capacities become an inner wealth, more valuable than any external wealth. Read More »Maitri, Karuna, Mudita, and Upeksha – The Four Immeasurable Brahmaviharas
Vipassana meditation techniques and its relation with emotional intelligence are discussed. Self-awareness, Self-regulation and Self-confidence are the key components of emotional intelligence and your ability to understand other people, what motivates them and how to work cooperatively and harmoniously with them are the essence of emotional intelligence. Vipassana meditation is the time-tested and the most ancient way for developing Self-awareness, Self-regulation, Adaptability, Empathy, Witnessing and Social Skills. You will also learn Neuroscience of Vipassana Meditation and Emotional Intelligence. This workshop teaches integrated meditation techniques that combines time-tested ancient Vipassana meditation techniques along with modern science-backed practices that are proven for leadership, creativity, emotion control, developing grey matter in the brain, improving focus, concentration and memory, and resist the shortening of telomeres in your gene which enhances health and longevity.
The fields of neuroscience, growth mindset, and mindfulness are all intimately connected to one another.
This article explored the neuroscience of growth mindset, and mindfulness. It also teaches you how to come out of your mental limitations and cultivate mindfulness and growth mindset.
Many people believe that cultivating a development mindset and practicing mindfulness are the two most important factors in achieving contentment and pleasure in one’s life.
Even though life will try to knock you down, if you stick with your passions and create perseverance, grit, tenacity, and endurance, success will come to you eventually. The practice of mindfulness is shown to promote resiliency, grit, personal strength, and the ability to organize and structure one’s life. This article provides a summary of mindfulness, growth mindset, and the role that neuroscience plays in successful achievement.
Resilience is your ability to deal with the ups and downs in life and bounce back from them. Grit is your motivational drive that keeps you on a difficult task over a sustained period of time. Growth mindset is a mindset that perceives challenges as an opportunity to learn and evolve rather than an obstacle to overcome. We are constantly evolving as we are interacting with the world. Mindfulness and growth mindset drives our evolution faster and on right tracks .
What is Mindfulness?
Mindfulness is noticing what’s happening right now with your thoughts, in your body, and in the environment without judgement. You can practice mindfulness anytime – when you’re in the shower, planning your day, or washing the dishes. And every time you practice, you make a small shift toward more courage, calm, clarity, and perseverance. To be an mindful person you need to exhibit witnessing and non-judging qualities on a consistent basis.
Witnessing and self-distancing are the best tools for effective mindfulness. By practicing witnessing, you can distance yourself from your mental tendencies. Your thoughts, emotions, and mental problems are transformed, by their merging in the silence and peace of the witness. You can sit for 10 to 15 minutes of mindfulness meditation. Turn your attention to the contents of your mind; the internal chatter and the images arising and dissolving in your mind. You can label your thoughts and images. Always maintain an attitude of a detached and kind observer.Read More »Mindfulness Growth Mindset and Neuroscience for Success