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Manoj Khatri

Manoj Khatri
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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".

Mastering the Law of Attraction: The Missing Link

Perhaps nothing has enamoured—and disillusioned—as many people as the law of attraction since it suddenly came into the limelight a few years ago. Was their disillusionment well-founded or were they missing something?

Being contradicted is not equal to being persecuted

Opinions contradictory to ours are an opportunity to grow, rather than a cause of conflict

A list of 101 excuses that you need to discard now

Presenting a list of 101 excuses that are preventing you from living your happiest and healthiest life—throw them out of your life now!

This New Year, Just Stop and Be Mindful

This New Year, don't run, don't hide, don't resolve, don't decide. Just cease doing whatever it is you do, and meet yourself

Of our obsession with beginnings and endings

Our preoccupation with beginnings and endings, with the mysteries of birth and death, takes us away from the only reality—the present moment

Your attention is your real currency

The simple act of refocussing your attention releases enormous energy that can empower you to bring about great transformation in your life

What Is Meant By True Success

In our modern society, working hard to succeed has long been considered a virtue. Little do we realise that what we are chasing isn't true success at all

The Paradox of Hope

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade, they say. But sometimes the lemons life throws at you are rotten. What do you do then?

Coronavirus: Let’s Make a Commitment to Conscious Living

The coronavirus pandemic emphasises the inextricable inter-connectedness of all life; it has established that each of us affects reality for all of us

Want to Stay Happy? Stop Playing This Game!

There’s a game that almost everyone likes to play all over the world. The game is popular among children, adults and even most elders — and everyone loses