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Manoj Khatri

Manoj Khatri
Manoj Khatri has spent the last two decades learning, teaching and writing about wellbeing and mindful living. He has contributed over 1500 articles for several newspapers and magazines including The Times of India, The Economic Times, The Statesman, Mid-Day, Bombay Times, Femina, and more. He is a counseling therapist and the author of What a thought!, a critically acclaimed best-selling book on self-transformation. An award-winning editor, Manoj runs Complete Wellbeing and believes that "peace begins with me".

Switzerland is true bliss

There's more to Switzerland than what meets Nature's most wondrous panorama

Admire, don’t imitate: Why imitating your heroes can be harmful

Be original, be yourself. Admiring your heroes is all right as long as you don't imitate them blindly

Splendid Switzerland

There's no place like Switzerland in the world to soothe your nerves and calm your soul

Is It Love or Obsession?

Let's find out how to differentiate between authentic love and deceptive feelings that are only masquerading as love

Observe, don’t judge

Why judgments are often subjective, not objective.

Pain: A blessing, not a curse

We usually think of pain as a negative phenomenon. But, pain, whether physical or emotional, is indispensable to the process of healing

Health is Happiness

World Health Day [April 7] is an appropriate time for all of us to reinforce the importance of an integrated approach to wellbeing. Because, living a long, healthy, and happy life is what most of us hope to achieve, and derive delight from

To Be Happy, Change Your Demands Into Preferences

Demanding that our interest be served irrespective of others is a sure-shot recipe for abiding unhappiness

Labours of Love: The Magic of Doing What You Love

It takes a few small steps to take a giant leap in the direction of your passion

Be For, Not Against

We spend most of our time and energies fighting what we are against. It's only when we change our stance in favour of what we are for, can we transform ourselves