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Manoj Khatri

Manoj Khatri
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Manoj Khatri considers himself a student and teacher of the wisdom of love. He is also a writer-editor and has written on topics ranging from strategic marketing and business management to art, culture and even philosophy. His more than 1200 published stories—articles, interviews, full-length features—have appeared in some of the leading newspapers and magazines of India. A certified cognitive behavioural therapist, he works as a personal counsellor too. He is the author of What a thought!, a critically acclaimed book based on powerful ideas of some of the greatest thought leaders. Manoj runs Complete Wellbeing and believes that "peace begins with me".

Why is mindfulness so hard?

Because of its revelational nature, being mindful can be pretty unpleasant in the beginning; but the author has decided to stick with it

What do you really value?

One of the gifts of living mindfully is that you are able to discern what has real value in life
Dada J P vaswani sporting his 1000w smile

All you need is faith

The author reminisces his encounter with Dada J P Vaswani soon after the 26/11 Mumbai Terror Attacks that shook India and the world

The divine paradox of mistakes

The author points to a fresh way of looking at mistakes we commit

There is no such thing as imperfection

Imperfection is an idea concocted by our heavily conditioned urban minds, says the author

The wisdom of vulnerability

Recognising that you are vulnerable blesses you with wisdom that was previously inaccessible to you

Why I am committed to composure

Skill and knowledge have no value unless they are accompanied by unwavering composure

Keshava, A Magnificent Obsession by Bhawana Somaaya

This book is about Lord Krishna's relationship with his most beloved things in the world and how they believe that Krishna loves them the most

You are the Universe

When you acknowledge that you and the universe are made up of the same energy, you will open yourself to limitless possibilities

Float like the clouds, fly like the birds

On a clear day, the author watches the white clouds and the birds in the sky and contemplates the profundity in Nature's simplicity