Online/Distance Learning : How to learn better

Work from home is difficult as it is but when we have kids around, who’re learning online it gets more stressful. Watching them trying to adapt to a new software, struggling to learn concepts via videos could get a little overwhelming. We as parents want to help, but don’t know how to! I recently came across a post about how this pandemic has affected students more than we realise. There has been a shift from learning and understanding in classrooms to online learning, from having group sessions in libraries to […]

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Inculcate mindfulness in your kids

We as grown-ups fail to identify the need of inculcating mindfulness in our kids. When we try to do it after seeing the negative sides of their personalities, we realize that we missed out the right time. Many of us would ask this question that what really the mindfulness is all about? Mindfulness is nothing but the sound mind with a lot of creativity. It is the state of mind where an individual feels no need to prove his or her point as they have got the insight of right […]

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Encourage the individuality of your child

We all have some or the other dream which we want to fulfill in our life. If due to some reason, we fail to do it, we naturally want our child to fulfill it for us. Many of us have found ourselves doing this and not admitting it in public. Or many of us found people saying that, “My son/daughter pursued which I couldn’t due to my financial conditions.” While doing so, do we really think once that, everyone including our child is different as an individual? If no, then […]

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Multiple Intelligence 6. Interpersonal Intelligence

Capacity to detect and respond appropriately ,to the moods, motivations and desires of other is defined as Interpersonal Intelligence.  This is not only essential in working sections but it’s very needed in day to day life. Family bonding, friend circle, social relation ships are based on this intelligence.  This capacity in Indian Philosophy is known as Mann Kavade. Mann and Buddhi are two aspects of Thinking Source, and above mentioned things as desires, likings, moods are related to Mann. For this type of intelligence  one has to be empathetic with others, and then accordingly […]

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Expression of Words Shows Your Emotional Intelligence

‘Emotional Q’ can be evaluated by tests. But our day to day conversation also helps in such evaluation. Everyone uses few special words most frequently, it may happen unknowingly, but these frequently used words are windows for emotional world within that person!  How our brain process these words? From where they come? Mostly such words we percieve from listening to near and dear ones or reading. If one gets associated emotional experience linked with the word, then that particular word gets imprinted. Such imprinted words may have links of emotional bondings […]

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