THINKING
AND
BEING
Dr.
Shriniwas
Kashalikar
Dreaming, aspiring, aiming, intending and
thinking to be “somebody” is common!


Working for it and either succeeding or
f...
than trying hard to “be liked” and
“project” “what is acclaimed, advocated
or hyped to be better”!


But being ourselves i...
DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR
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T H I N K I N G A N D B E I N G D R S H R I N I W A S K A S H A L I K A R

  1. 1. THINKING AND BEING
  2. 2. Dr. Shriniwas Kashalikar
  3. 3. Dreaming, aspiring, aiming, intending and thinking to be “somebody” is common! Working for it and either succeeding or failing is also not uncommon. We also feel and think and presume to be “what we wish to be” and also try to project ourselves accordingly! This can bring a lot of stress and distortions! Doing what we like is better
  4. 4. than trying hard to “be liked” and “project” “what is acclaimed, advocated or hyped to be better”! But being ourselves is not easy! The cacophony of voices about values, virtues and vices within and outside make it difficult! NAMASMARAN is said to help us; in overcoming the cacophony and the obsession of “thinking, feeling and projecting to be somebody”; and being ourselves; actually and happily!
  5. 5. DR. SHRINIWAS KASHALIKAR

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