“You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.”
Happiness is what derives the positive energy around the world. We feel happy with happy people and sad with sad.
This entire universe is a collection of ideas, positive and negative and so is the body that we all live in.
The concept and understanding of the harmony between our mind and body cannot be understood in one go but this book will surely give you a better knowledge and definition of a happy life
Our mind is what we think and our body is the object that gives action to our thinking. All the energy that we breathe revolves around the thinking and its implementation process.
The body, mind and soul work as a system of energy. We connect our body, mind and soul to keep energy flowing within us. This energy flow can be abundant or restricted, depending on our ‘state of being’ in each moment and it changes constantly.
Most popularly mind is frequently used as synonymous with thought. On a broader aspect it is that private conversation with ourselves that we carry on “inside our head” during every waking moment of our lives.
Thus we “make up our minds,” “change our minds” or are “of two minds” about something.
While reading this article you will understand that we have the power to control our thoughts and emotions and we can give them the positive directions as per our direct. It is all in our mind and body that we need to conquer to lead a healthy life, thus we must take into consideration the importance of both and work according to it.
Our mind according to Vedanta is a term used to designate the thinking aspect involved. It can be called as ‘flow of thoughts’, those are interconnected to produce desire results. Our mind can only think one thought at a time, but it can jump from one thought to another in no time. These are all interconnected thoughts.
Our mind generates feelings on a continuous basis. The debate about the nature of the mind is of practical importance because of its relevance to the development of artificial intelligence. If the mind is indeed a thing separate from or higher than the functioning of the brain, then presumably it will not be possible for any machine, no matter how sophisticated, to duplicate it. Our mind is a tool of private conversation with oneself. It gives shape to your thinking process and makes you an emotional person.