Here are some recent self-help articles by Prashant S. Shah
- Marrying the Wrong Person?
- The Virtue of Slowing Down
- The Dread of Failure
- Alchemy through Yoga
- The Five Stages in Spiritual Practice
- Freedom and Contentment, and how to experience them
- The Magic of Quantum Learning
- A Pilgrimage into the Higher Worlds
- Be Your Own Doctor
- Living by Intuition
Marrying the Wrong Person?
What are the chances that you will marry the Wrong Person? It’s certainly a high possibility; and most of us in modern society are seriously afraid of it. But, why does the ‘wrong person’ happen to us? Is there a flaw in how we choose our partner? Have we gone wrong somewhere? Many of us recall the lasting relationship our grandparents enjoyed. So what was the traditional glue that kept them together? How can we find a traditional partner in modern times?
To know more, click here https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2016/07/14/marring-the-wrong-person/
The Virtue of Slowing Down
In the modern world people try to get things done fast and play busy. When we rush, we act like an automaton or a machine. Then we are consumed by doing things that can increase the ‘quantity’, but not the ‘quality’ of our life. Hence, it is important to see the great virtue of moving slowly and not hurrying through life.
To read more, click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2015/10/04/the-virtue-of-slowing-down/
The Dread of Failure
You have been burned before and are afraid to be burned again. So, how can you overcome this feeling? Here is an approach that you can use to overcome your fear of failure. It will prepare you for something new or different and possibly lead you to the place of better opportunity.
To read more, click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2015/10/01/the-dread-of-failure/
Alchemy through Yoga
Alchemy is the process of transforming lead, your ordinary nature, into gold, a spiritual being. How does Yoga accomplish the task of Alchemy? This article describes the actual process of transformation in very simple words. It will help you understand the Hermetic Wisdom as described in the Emerald Tablet.
To read more, click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2016/01/05/alchemy-through-yoga/
The Five Stages in Spiritual Practice
This article is like an autobiography of a person who is doing spiritual practice. It shows us, in a humorous way, what commonly happens as we try to improve ourselves. We fall many times before we can get things right.
To read more, click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2015/05/06/the-five-stages-of-improvement/
The Magic of Quantum Learning
Normally we use our mental models to grasp things mentally. It gives meaning to our experiences; it allows us to interpret the happenings in the world. However, our mental models are conditioned by our personal nature. Hence, our perceptions are normally subjective and prejudiced. We cannot have genuine insight unless we first clear up our perceptions.
In this article you learn how you can do this clearing. We illustrate this process by considering three kinds of learning: No Learning (what happens when we disregard the feedback on our actions); Ordinary Learning (when we use logic to perceive, as in science); and Quantum Learning (when we can change the level of our perceptions).
To read more click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2015/04/27/the-magic-of-quantum-learning/
Freedom & Contentment, and how to experience them
The spiritual tradition in ancient India talks in terms of karma and dharma. When you act with personal or selfish motives you generate some imbalance, which is called karma. When you do what is proper and act without personal motives you generate balance and harmony, which is called dharma. Freedom and contentment are built on the foundation of Dharma.
True freedom and contentment are inner-life attainments. And to experience them you have to make some adjustments in your attitude and assumptions according to the rules of dharma or proper living. What are these changes and how can you make them? To know more, click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2016/02/03/the-key-to-freedom-contentment/
A Pilgrimage into the Higher Worlds
A mystical journey into our interior
Our mind directs our attention outward, towards things in the external world. Hence, we do not see interior world or understand the realities of the inner life. And as a result we are confused about the true purpose of our life on earth and what we have come here to achieve.
To understand such things in a spiritual context, we have to take a journey into our interior; into the deeper realms of our own consciousness. What do we find?
To read more click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2016/01/05/a-journey-into-the-higher-worlds/
Be Your Own Doctor
Your health does not really depend on medicines or the health care system – it depends more on your diet, emotions and lifestyle. Thus, you can, by your own efforts, establish and maintain your health and, except in extreme cases, you won’t need to refer to doctors. You can do it by simply learning to think holistically and by taking the simple self-help measures that can restore your health and keep you healthy.
To read more click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2016/01/05/be-your-own-doctor/
Living by Intuition
Learning the art
Intuition is the guiding voice of our soul. When we can listen to our intuition, our life becomes more interesting, more joyful and more magical. The basic step for becoming intuitive is to shift the focus of our life from the lower nature, which is the seat of our ego and its by-products, to the higher nature, which mirrors our soul. Then we can use intuition to guide our actions and to give a deeper meaning and purpose to our life.
To read more click here: https://darshanacentre.wordpress.com/2015/12/24/living-by-intuition/