Monthly Archives: February 2011

How to do Self-Massage

You can easily learn to massage yourself. Use self-massage to energize yourself before school or work in the morning, or to unwind in the evening. You do not need to undress, but you must be comfortable. Use massage oil if … Continue reading

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Four Principles of Community Building

Share by: H.H. Bhakti Tirtha in book “Swami Warrior III“ 1. Treat everyone you encounter as if the success of your spiritual life depends upon the quality of your interaction with them. 2. Reflect upon the person you love the … Continue reading

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Twelve Qualities of a Spiritual Warrior

Share by: H.H. Bhakti Tirtha in book “Swami Warrior III“ 1. Sense Control and Master of the Mind – An uncontrolled mind will be ones greatest enemy and salve of the senses. Regulating the senses and focusing the intellect stop … Continue reading

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8 questions to our self or 8 steps to overcoming mental and physical offences

All our life about Pleasing our Beloved ones, our respected ones, our Superiors… our in ultimate sense Pleasing Absolute Truth. If we have some sincere difficulties with someone else,  then mediator or third party can really help us balance our … Continue reading

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Healthy morning stretching routine for 4-5 minutes

Keep in mind, this can be as simple as taking a 10 minute walk or doing a short yoga or stretching routine. Just getting up and moving for 10 minutes can: Increase blood flow throughout your body, including to your … Continue reading

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Balanced and Healthy Exercise at least 30-40 minutes a day and Our Entire Day is Successful

“True enjoyment comes from activity of the mind and exercise of the body; the two are ever united.” ~ Humboldt There are will be the place for more detail article… Recommended links on our website: Habit 7: Principles of Balanced … Continue reading

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Incredible benefits from even 5 min self oil massage

“The body of one who uses oil massage regularly does not become affected much even if subjected to accidental injuries, or strenuous work. By using oil massage daily, a person is endowed with pleasant touch, trimmed body parts and becomes … Continue reading

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Habit 7: Principles of Balanced Self-Renewal by Stephen R. Covey

Habit 7 is taking the time to sharpen the saw. You must work proactively (Quadrant II) to renew the four dimensions of your nature physical, spiritual, mental and social/economic. The Physical Dimension The physical dimension involves caring for your physical … Continue reading

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Habit 6: Synergize – Principles of Creative Cooperation by Stephen R. Covey

Synergy means the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. The essence of synergy is to value differences to respect them, to build on strengths, and to compensate for weaknesses. Synergistic communication is opening your mind and heart … Continue reading

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Habit 5: Seek First to Understand Then to be Understood by Stephen R. Covey

We often prescribe before making a proper diagnosis when communicating. We should first take the time to deeply understand the problems presented to us. Skills of empathic listening must be built on a character that inspires openness and trust and … Continue reading

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Habit 4: Think Win-Win by Stephen R. Covey

Win/Win is one of six total philosophies of human interaction. 1. Win/Win People can seek mutual benefit in all human interactions. Principle based behaviour. 2. Win/Lose The competitive paradigm: if I win, you lose. The leadership style is authoritarian. In … Continue reading

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Habit 3: Put First Things First Principles or Personal Management by Stephen R. Covey

“Habit 1 I am the Programmer. Habit 2 Write the Program. Habit 3 Execute the Program.” Habit 3 is Personal Management, the exercise of independent will to create a life congruent with your values, goals and mission. Time management is … Continue reading

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Habit 2: Begin With The End In Mind or Personal Leadership by Stephen R. Covey

There are three major aspects of our personal and business management. First is leadership what do I/we want to accomplish? Second is management how can I best accomplish it? Third is productivity doing it. According to Peter Drucker and Warren … Continue reading

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Habit 1: Be Proactive or Personal Vision by Stephen R. Covey

Proactivity means that, as human beings, we are responsible for our own lives. Our behavior is a function of our decisions, not our conditions. There are three central values in life: the experiential (that which happens to us), the creative … Continue reading

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How to deal with Stress

Do you feel stressed? Is stress affecting your life? How do you deal with stress? Stress is simply the response of the body and mind in reaction to events or external influences. Many people go on with their day feeling … Continue reading

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The 8th Habit – Find your voice…and inspire others to do likewise

Find your voice 1. Discover your own voice 2. Express your voice Inspire others to find their voices Focus 1. Expand your influence 2. Be trustworthy 3. Build trust 4. Blend other’s voices 5. Create a common vision Execution 1. … Continue reading

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Health and Safety at Work

Despite good occupational health and safety regulations, wherever we work – whether it’s an office, a hospital, a nursing home, a factory, outdoors, driving, or whatever – we are all responsible for our own health and safety at our own … Continue reading

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Healthy change between sitting, standing, walking and stretching

In present days each of us has different professional duties, where we tend to over-do, over-push, over-stretch, over-sit, over-stand, over-walk etc. In we just come down for little wail and have a look on over brothers and sisters in animal … Continue reading

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Increase Motivation

If you want to make things happen the ability to motivate yourself and others is a crucial skill. At work, home, and everywhere in between, people use motivation to get results. Motivation requires a delicate balance of communication, structure, and … Continue reading

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Three Critical Ways To Increase Motivation

We could all improve our motivation – or at least we would like to be able to control it to a greater degree.  Being able to turn motivation on is the dream of many, but may not be impossible if we … Continue reading

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