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Yogesh Kumar Singh
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'As we flip the calendar,we need to flip our mind too. Don’t fill future dates with past events. Learn & move on.'

- H. H. Sri Sri Ravi Shankar
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"Every storm that has come into your life has widened your horizon, has made you deeper and more powerful. Every storm has destroyed some smallness in you. My individual self, simply dissolves into my big, true nature."

-H.H Sri Sri Ravishankar
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How do we work skilfully with attachment? Our tendency is to focus so strongly on the object of our attachment that we disregard the feeling of attachment itself. The bright lights are so distracting, so entrancing, that we get drawn in without noticing the tone of the attachment that we are experiencing. When we directly experience the feeling of attachment, we stop being so infatuated with the object, and break the trance. This is because we’ve got in touch with the contraction, with the movement of attachment itself, which is suffering. When we can feel the pain of attachment in its naked form, we stop allowing it to rule our lives and diminish our capacity for enjoyment and connection; we equate attachment with enjoyment; that’s wrong. We haven’t seen the truth of it.
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“Complacency is a death sentence for those weaker than us. It is a display of self cherishing.”
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Q: How to help a person who has doubts?

+Sri Sri Ravi Shankar: Time will heal.
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There is nothing more rare, nor more beautiful, than a woman being unapologetically herself; comfortable in her perfect imperfection. To me, that is the true essence of beauty.
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The Buddha encouraged us to think of the good things done for us by our parents, by our teachers, friends, whomever; and to do this intentionally, to cultivate it, rather than just letting it happen accidentally.
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If somebody has ego, how does it bother you? You should walk happily. They should feel ashamed looking at you. Look at this man, he is so happy! Egoistical people should feel jealous seeing you being happy. It depends on you.
If you recognize the ego of others, it will get into you, and you will walk like a mouse. Walk like a lion, and be happy. Don’t frown, or roar like a lion, just smile and feel like a lion inside.
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"Meditate, you who see the danger in samsara; don't be negligent! Don't be regretful once it's too late.  This is our exhortation to you."

-- The Buddha
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The truth is we don’t want to observe, particularly if we are upset. What do we want to do? We want to be upset because then I remain the centre of the drama. If I observe, I weaken that self-centred position.
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Every time you think you are being rejected or disrespected by someone close to you, you are actually being deflected and redirected to someone else who would treat you with the support and care you deserve. For every person who missed out on your life, you earn someone deserving your company. Regret those who are no longer with you, or rejoice for those who are. But you have to begin by letting go of those who are toxic to your growth, values and safety, in order to meet those who are waiting to grow with, and honor you, without bringing harm, anxiety and fear into your life.

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Like birds returning to their nest again and again, come back to your source. Only there can you realize that you host the Creator.
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  • Art of Living
    Volunteer, 2010 - present
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Agra - Aligarh - Bulandshahr - Ghaziabad - Firozabad - Jhansi - Nainital - Dehradun - Delhi
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Life is a game..... play it like that enjoying every bliss and misery :)
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  • Indian Institute of Technology Delhi
    Textile Technology, 2008 - present
  • Rashtriya Indian Military College
    P-C-M, 2002 - 2007
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