Your complete guide to Personal Growth


The quality of kindness

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When it comes down to brass tacks, all the religions, all the teachings, all the practises, distil into the simple capacity to be...

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Being single and loving it

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With an increasing number of women choosing to remain single, Punya Srivastava explores the phenomena and comes up with eye-opening...

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Aarti in Wonderland

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Aarti Gupta attended the ‘I Can Do it’ conference organized by Louise L Hay in America and was mesmerized by the love and  powerful...

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The Nirbhaya effect

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The Sathe family outlines ways and means of handling the fear psychosis created by the Nirbhaya case, says Suma...

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Arab wisdom on a platter

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Alia Almoayed, nutritional therapist from the Kingdom of Bahrain, and author of the newly released book,I Want Healthy Kids, talks to...

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Turn your life around

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Three powerful life-altering principles hold the key to the life of your dreams, says Sunil Parekh, in a continuation of his series...

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Power of inversions in Yoga

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It is interesting to see that many yoga classes do not include inversions in their class structure. There is only one obvious reason...

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A world in a grain of sand

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I had not heard of Sri Ram, a Hyderabad-based professor of English in a government polytechnic, until a friend introduced me to him...

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The exotic flavors of India

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India is host to many exotic species of edible plants and fruits. Naini Setalvad teaches you how to recognize them, and include them...

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Of trial and triumph

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When the July issue of Life Positive landed in my hands it was as if God was sending me a message of hope through the very pages of...

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Freedom from anger

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Anger is a perfectly normal emotion, but childhood trauma or poor parenting can lock us in unhealthy ways of expressing it. Pulkit...

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Walking through fire

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Why did you choose to participate in a firewalk?” is what many have asked me. To be honest, I did not really think logically before...

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Love, not duty

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A few years ago, I was attending a satsang in the Yoga Institute, in Santa Cruz. A young woman asked, “My children want to go down to...

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Flowing with change

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Two years at an ashram in India transformed Anna Ellery and enabled her to accommodate to change with grace and...

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A tale of renewal and hope

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What we see here is a future for the rest of the world – a bunch of lifeless minerals – unless we bring nature back into flow again.”...

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Of death and beyond

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Writing a book like this is like attempting to contain the cosmos within its two covers. The book, The Journey After Life, discusses...

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The evolution of a poetic visi...

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Letters from a Young Poet: 1887–1895,  Rabindranath Tagore, Translated by Rosinka Chaudhuri, Penguin, Paperback, Pages: INR 499, 400...

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Abandon all hope

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 It was Shakespeare who observed, “Hope springs eternal in the human breast.” And indeed it is hope that we fall back upon in times...

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Parenting the parent

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For parents distraught with contradictory advice from parenting experts, and challenged by the task of raising a child in today’s...

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Rearview guidance

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While life means moving ahead, an occasional glance at the rearview window of our life, will keep our navigation clear, says Megha...

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