Free Press Journal
  • 5 ways to deal with unhappiness

    All of us go through ups and downs in life; there are positive and negative events and occurrences. Some life events surely do not contribute to happy reactions. But the secret to Happiness lies in not letting any situation or event overpower your mental positivity and influence long term relationships and feelings. Temporary low troughs…

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  • Restore your relationships. Everyone matters

    A mother is a child’s first friend. This strong friendship is formed right at the time of conception. Upon birth, it is the mother who remains our first connection in the world. Thus, begins our experience with relationships. Every person who comes in this world is born with a web of relationships. Relationships therefore become…

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  • Join the Boardroom as Buddhas

    Every corporate house is experiencing tremendous pressure in this growing competitive world. Work pressures are definitely on the heads of employees, executives and management. Stress is seen at every level in the organisation. Executives are great assets to the organisation. They are paid for their thinking skills. But apart from their knowledge, skills and techniques,…

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  • Don’t Worry! Long-term strategy to fight stress

    Smita Jayakar jots down the ultimate ‘Stress Busting’ guide for those who are dealing with mental and physical pressures in their daily life I would lie if I say that I have never been stressed. Each of us gets stressed out from time to time. Striking a balance between work and home, making kids do…

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  • Myths about meditation: Clearing the air

    Meditation is not everyone’s cup of tea, people find it hard to meditate as they are surrounded by many unrealistic misconceptions. For making your mind musing easier Smita Jaykar clears the air about myths linked to meditation During my many discussions, I have also come across some startling misconceptions about what meditation means or what it…

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  • The Guide To Chakra Dhyana

    Every chakra has a beeja or core mantra. The beeja mantra for Muladhara chakra is LANG or LAAM. It goes like this: llllaaannnggggggggg… The beeja mantra for Svadhishthana chakra is VANG or VAAM. It goes like this: vvvvaaannnngggg… The beeja mantra for Manipura chakra is RANG or RAAM. It goes like this: rrrraaannnggggg… The beeja mantra for Anahata is YANG. It goes like this: yyyaaaannnggg… The beeja mantra for Vishuddhi is HAANG or HAAM. It goes like this: hhhhaaaaannnngggg…  The beeja mantra for Anaya chakra is AUM. It is like AAAuuuuuuummmmmm… The beeja mantra for Shahastrahara chakra is Augum Satyam Aum. To remember the Beeja mantra, use the mnemonic L V R Y H…

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  • Reaching the divine without a guide

    Smita Jayakar explains how one can reach to divine without a guide, only with faith and confidence in self While the fact remains that a guru facilitates one’s spiritual progress, having a guru is not mandatory. A person’s spiritual journey can begin without a guru. However, having someone to guide you helps you reach your goals faster as…

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