Posts Tagged ‘ Thought ’

Random Thought

Being an integral part of society, one’s thought is responsible for the fortune and misfortune of society, as well. And that shows why one should be responsible to one’s thought.

Food For Thought #10

From silence, came thought,
from thought, came ego,
and from ego, came speech.
So if speech is effective,
how much more so must be its source?” – Ramana Maharshi

You know, in the case of most of us, the mind is noisy, everlastingly chattering to itself, soliloquizing or chattering about something or trying to talk to itself to convince itself of something; it is always moving, noisy. And from that noise, we act. Any action born of noise produces more noise, more confusion.

But if you have observed and learned what it means to communicate, the difficulty of communication, the non-verbalization of the mind — that is, that communicates and receives communication — then, as life is a movement, you will, in your action, move on naturally, freely, easily, without any effort, to that state of communion. And in that state of communion, if you inquire more deeply, you will find that you are not only in communion with nature, with the world, with everything about you, but also in communion with yourself. – Jiddu Krishnamurti

Random Thought

​Sometimes the only better way is – you have to fight fire with fire and you have to remove a thorn with a thorn.

Product of Thoughts

Fear is a product of thoughts. When I look at it and see that nothing has changed, I understand that it is my mind projecting its own insecurity, and that brings the question – why thought come up with its own insecurity? I think, it is part of old conditioning and its associated images. Part of becoming, identity, self-confidence, comparison. And the old distorted images it brings up which are non-existent in reality.

Midnight Thoughts #4

There are kindness around the world which hasn’t been focused much or shared from media, but we ourselves can do our part by sharing, reflecting and bring a bit warmth and kindness around us.

So The Question Is

Control implies effort and effort distorts direct perception.

The key is not to control fear, but to understand the nature and structure of fear. Fear is a product of thought. Fear does not even come into being until after a frightening episode is over and thought says – “that was scary!” During the incident itself, intelligence acts; fear only comes about when thought interferes. So the question is, can we understand our fears and eradicate them?

Flexibility and Fluidity

To be adaptable we need to keep our mind open rather than perceiving things with a closed mind confined within some defined bounds, to be adaptable we need flexibility in our opinions and fluidity in our thought process rather than be so rigid in our views and cemented in our beliefs.

First of all, we have to realize why we need to be adaptable then only it is possible to be become adaptable for the good. We need to be adaptable as the environment around us is ever changing and we constantly get thrown into situations which challenge us at anytime and anywhere. Rigidity causes us to be brittle thus increasing the likelihood of failure in our endeavors due to a break in our resolve. Progress is the key as we should keep ourselves continually growing with no limits and restrictions, but once we stop growing is when we start to wither, mind become restrictive within some defined bounds and so our thinking too, and we get trapped up in illusions easily and unnecessarily perceiving things falsely.

Hence we need keep our minds open, we need to be flexible in our opinions, and we need to have fluidity in our thought process to keep ourselves growing and to clear our perception more. We simply need to keep ourselves open to change wherever and whenever required for the better version as limits are infinite. 

Have a good day ~ Vikas Sharma


In every scene in my reality or at every moment, there is chance to look, observe and experience more and more, like even through my eyes, I can see more and more details that I had missed in my first look. This led me to conclude that there are an infinite number of things that are still to be seen, observed, and experienced in each moment, in each place, at each time.
As I look inside of my own self, if I have a thought about something, the more I look at that thought, the more then I can see and understand about that thought. The more I see and understand about that thought, the more I crave to learn which create more thoughts within my mind. This led me to conclude that every thought is infinite.
If I have a feeling within me, the more I allow that feeling, the stronger it can become, so the depth of every feeling could be infinite too. When I look at the ways that we all interact with each other, I see a complex web that includes all of life, in layers and layers of interactions, from the mundane to the esoteric to the subconscious, all in an infinite interplay.