Mind's Room

A eunuch once saw God.
“Give me the most powerful weapon in the world. I want top destroy the whole women in the world, for they remind me of my lack of masculinity”- He asked God.
God replied-“ Look into your mind
Yes, reader. Mind is the most powerful weapon and the hardest shield, which you can ever rely on. Make it your power and see the world around you changing. People can be seen losing their enthusiasm recurrently. We can see students and working people striving to get their enthusiasm back in the hazardous path of life. Is there any practical solution to keep you enthusiastic all the time?

Yes, there is. But first of all, we should pursue the causes for the lack of enthusiasm. That cause, I think, lies in the mind of an individual. When your mind feels uninterested in what you are doing, that would definitely try to avoid its presence in the bleary course of your action. And that results in the lack of enthusiasm. So, do only those thongs in which you feel comfortable and you like the best.

It is said that life is a mystery. We won’t always get those things that we like. No one, including those who under estimate this article as a useless one, knows the reason! Then? Then stars our practical session. That is making your mind to like what you are doing.
First of all, give some offers to your self like, for studying a chapter, which you don’t like, offer your self, your favorite food, film, or even a triple X movie!! And try to do the job forcefully. Then go and give yourself, what ever had been offered. No cheating, ha! Do this, if you want, always just like driving an ass by offering it food by tying it in front of its eyes. It will walk for the pursuit of the food. So take the volition and do it and thus tame your mind. This is what the saints of old India did with meditation. If your mind is with you, you can achieve any thing you want. There is a power hidden in every mind, which we have to find out and ignite.

So all the best reader, try it and send me your feedbacks.


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