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Positive thinking & namsmaran dr. shriniwas kashalikar


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Positive thinking & namsmaran dr. shriniwas kashalikar

  2. 2. Most of the times it is advised; by most of the people; to most of the people; to think positively! But most of the times; it is forgotten that a person does not think negatively by choice; and does not have any conscious plan; of not thinking positively either! However most of the times; this advice of positive thinking is given and taken passively and superstitiously as if there is no better option! It has to be appreciated that a person in depression or frustration may have negative thoughts, which are destructive and need to be shunned. But what is utterly lacking at the point of depression or frustration, is the strength to shun them! Hence in this point of depression the positive thoughts are countered by these more powerful and far more
  3. 3. convincing negative thoughts by that person. Sometimes the positive thoughts sermonized by the others become irritating as they appear too unrealistic and utopian to the person in depression and frustration; and hence can be counterproductive. The utter weakness of depression or frustration can be overcome by NAMSMARAN which revitalizes and rejuvenates the person. It is in fact the best preventive and curative measure against depression and frustration. DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR