Consciousness & Dreamless Sleep according to Vedanta and Science

According to Vedanta, the fundamental nature of this universe is consciousness and everything else is a manifestation of it. Correspondingly, your true self is consciousness (atman) and the manifestation is ego-self (ahankara). Awareness (I know I exist) comes to us as a function of having this consciousness in us. Awareness is what develops when consciousness …

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The Psychology of Human Relationships, according to Transactional Analysis

Human-beings have this eternal problem of what is to be done with their waking hours! Essentially at an egoistic level, humans are always stimulus-hungry, recognition-hungry and structure-hungry. All waking hours are used in managing these three requirements in this world. Stimulus-Hunger: this is to avoid sensory starvation Recognition-Hunger: this is to avoid emotional starvation Structure-Hunger: …

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Pride and Self-loath, most observable traits in human conversations

When you think you are better at something than others or when you think what you have (a possession) is better than what others have, then you will get an internal feeling to show others about what you have or what you are better at. So, you talk about it, and you want others to …

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A Note On Assertiveness

The below post is influenced by the ideas of Dr. Jonice Webb, a leading psychologist and parental education trainer.As an individual, we think we know everything about ourselves. But, it can be said with a good degree of certainty that there is a lot that we don’t know about ourselves than what we think we know. …

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