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Why positive thinking and affirmations may not work? Then, what to do?

Living in the world where there are numerous pressures to excel, positive thinking and affirmations are favored technique. Both have a way of doing the trick very well during childhood. However, for most of us they work less and less as we get older. Why so?

When positive affirmations don’t work, we usually take solace in the belief that, God willing, the results will be there when the time is right. Those with a blind faith believe so regardless of their actions. Such thinking has a potential of inducing false expectations. In defense of the believers, it is to be noted that most people today do not conduct their daily life as though they believe 100% in anything except money!

Regardless, each one of us can contribute to increasing the probability for favorable outcomes. Here is how.

Simply stated, believe 100% in your positive thoughts and affirmations. This requires coming from a position of 100% certainty, which is not easy for reasoning adults. Therefore, while the...

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The part I of this blog was about sharing observations of a famous French journalist & thinker, Francois Gautier. I gleamed two important points from his 7 minute video clip

  1. India can be the innovator again, as it was all through the early periods of recorded history, and 
  2. For reclaiming leadership, consistent with its glorious past, India needs to envision and rapidly implement a responsive education system with a future. It must be designed to include sciences, technology, as well as spirituality, beginning right from years of infancy.

Those, including myself, who are emotionally attached to India, rightfully feel that Moguls and English people need to take responsibility of India's down fall over the past five centuries or so. After all, in their pursuit of prevailing over Indians, they blatantly crushed the locals, willfully suppressed glorious history, demolished education systems, and destroyed their enviable culture in which...

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