Tag Archives: Prajnânpad

THE CATHEDRALS OF OUR ILLUSIONS ARE BURNING

Seeing the cathedral Notre-Dame of Paris in flames, watching parts of historical heritage disappear, I was observing carefully the impact this event had on people: spectators in tears, under shock, speechless. There was a lot of sadness and disbelief. So I asked myself, what if the flames had rather reached our inner realm where we nourish an erroneous, yet reassuring, belief system that things are permanent? Continue reading

NEW PERSPECTIVES ON QUARRELS AND DISAGREEMENTS AT WORK!

“He has still not answered my email”, “She again criticized my idea during the conference call”, “Why I am not invited to this meeting?”…  Often, our emotions will ride very high, very quickly: sadness, fear, angriness, hatred and grudge.

What happens then? Generally, we react while stilling being submerged by emotions (often not felt consciously): the angry reply with n+1 and n+2 in copy, withholding information, cutting communication, even wishing to quit one’s job or a bit of “sabotage”… Good bye efficacy, productivity and professionalism… Continue reading

DÉGUSTER LA TRANSFORMATION

Nous vivons dans un monde de transformation –  tout le temps, à chaque moment de notre vie. Qu’on le veuille ou non, que nous soyons conscients ou non, nous sommes confrontés à un changement continu autour de nous et en nous. Même tous nos envies, convictions et tentatives ne peuvent pas arrêter la seule force constante qui existe: «le changement». Un sage indien (Swâmi Prajnânpad, décédé en 1974) – dont les messages j’apprécie beaucoup – a dit que « la différence est un principe majeur de la vie humaine et que le changement est juste une différence dans le temps ».

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