Latest Articles By Lama Yeshe Rabgye
Hindrances On The Spiritual Path
When we meditate, or practice mindfulness, or undertake a reflection practice, it will not always be plain sailing. There are five things that Gautama Buddha taught that will interfere with, obstruct and impede our progress. These are called the five hindrances and they are five negative mental statesRead More
Hindrances on the Spiritual Path
When we do our meditation, mindfulness or a reflection practice, it will not always be plain sailing. There are five things that Gautama Buddha taught that will interfere with, obstruct and impede our progress. These are called the five hindrances and they are five negative mental states.Read More
Strength of Mind
The mind lurches from one thing to another at rapid speed, and then we wonder why our mind is not at peace. How can it be? It is exhausted!Read More
Inner Questioning By Lama Yeshe Rabgye
But remember, just because something seemed to work in the past, doesn’t mean it is going to work in the present moment. Everything from your past does not belong to your present.Read More
Searching for happiness seems to be one of the most important things in people’s lives today. Here in India, we’ve got the ‘Art of Happiness’ program, in Bhutan they’ve got their gross national happiness, and if you look online there’s websites called Berkeley’s Happiness Program or Regaining your happiness in seven weeks – that seems a long time to achieve a little bit of happiness – and there’s the Way to Happiness Foundation, which has 21 precepts which can lead you to happiness. There are also apps that help boost your happiness, such as Happy Now, Happy Habits and Happify. All these things are telling us that we have to be happy. But they’re also trying to say to you that happiness is a destination and it isn’t.Read More
Soon Social Media Will Become As Unhealthy As Fast Food!
Now, I am not one of those people who think things were better in the past. Of course, some things were and other things weren’t. However, where social media is concerned, I feel troubled about the way it is making us communicate these days.Read More
Can We Forgive The Unforgivable?
When you have lost a loved one through a terrorist act, a drunken driver or an act of violence, how do you forgive the unforgivable? Does forgiveness mean we just accept what has happened and we surrender to defeat? No, forgiveness is not about helplessly accepting, giving up, being weak or avoiding justice. It is about how you respond to the terrible wrong and how you can let go of the past and move forward with your life.Read More
Ten Ways To Be Mindful In The Workplace
Workdays can be stressful. We do not have a choice when it comes to colleagues that we will work with or any control over how people will behave. We do have control over ourselves though. SImple practices included in ones daily repertoire can be a game changer.Read More
India Aims To Launch A Global Initiative On Digital Health: Mandaviya
The global initiative aims to converge the global efforts for digital health and scale up digital solutions with use of cutting-edge technologies...
ART Fertility Clinics Collaborates With NDTV To Tackle Infertility Taboos
The campaign comprises the Introduction Show, the Expert Show, and the Roundtable Show, all of which will be available in both Hindi and English...
Science Behind Yoga Benefits On Overall Health
Yoga treats conditions like eating disorders and addictions as well as lifestyle diseases like diabetes, obesity, hypertension, and cardiovascular con...
Agribid Partners With Mahadevasth Tech For Mental Health Awareness Among Farmers
Mental health issues have compounding effects of the following: crop failure; indebtedness; lack of social support; frequent disruptions in income; na...
Storytelling Established Itself As Mental Health Healer: Sudhanshu Rai
Various research show that storytelling proves to be a psychological treatment for various disorders and to improve cognitive health...
Health Ministry Issues Revised Guidelines In Wake Of Rising Covid Cases
Union Health and Family Welfare Ministry has written to the state governments of Maharashtra, Gujarat, Telangana, Tamil Nadu, Kerala and Karnataka to ...