Name Karan bansal Bengaluru
Name Karan bansal
ProfessionActor, Model, Dancer & TikTok StarDate of Birth25th January 2002Age (As of April 2020)18 Years OldBirth PlaceNew Delhi, IndiaHometownNew Delhi,
Karan aggarwal Family
Father sanjay bansal
Mother SUNITA bansal
Karan Bansal Height, Weight, Body (Physical Overview)
Height 5 feet 7 inch
Weight 50 Kg
InchesHair ColorBlackEye ColorBlack
The height of Karan bansal is 5 feet 7 inches .
The weight of Karan Bansal is 50 Kg. His hair color is black. And his eye color also black.
Karan Bansal was born on 25th January 2002 in New Delhi, India. So he celebrates his birthday on 25th January of every year. You should wish him a very happy birthday on 25th January.
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This BASAVA JAYANTHI: Let’s be ‘MINDFUL’ in Work
Vindya V Rai
(Consultant Clinical Psychologist, Abhaya Hospital, Bengaluru)
“Kayakave Kailasa” meaning “work itself is divine heaven/ work is worship”
- Basavanna (1105-1167 CE)
On this day of Basava Jayanthi, it is worthwhile remembering Basavanna’s teachings and philosophy and its relevance in our psychological wellbeing. Basavanna was a religious reformer and mystic. He advocated the formless ultimate reality and not idol worship in temples. He was the one to establish a spiritual democracy “Anubhava Mantapa” and to give practical solutions to various problems mankind was going through at his times. Basavanna propagated that through hard work and endurance one can attain salvation (true peace and bliss). He preached that no profession should be regarded as menial and should be regarded with utmost dedication. When one is totally involved in his kayaka (work) and aware of what he is doing, it’s equivalent to worshipping God in his true form. Engaging in work in this manner needs focused awareness or in other words it demands one to be ‘mindful’ in his/her engagement. As Basavanna’s teachings imply, when we understand dedicating ourselves to kayaka makes us closer to the Almighty or the ‘ultimate source of energy’, its effortless to have this kind of focus and awareness in work. This age-old concept of dedicated awareness is very closely linked to modern day “mindfulness practice”. Mindfulness is the psychological process of purposely bringing one’s attention to experiences occurring in the present moment. It is advocated as an integral part of different forms of psychotherapies recommended for healthy coping, anger control as well as mental disorders.
Benefits of being mindful in our engagement have also been widely spoken about in various religious traditions like Hinduism (from Bhagavad Gita’s discussions of Yoga to Vedic meditation) and Buddhism (mindfulness as first step to enlightenment). Integration of science and mindfulness has popularized mindfulness among the secular institutions of west. Mindfulness has grown into a useful tool in positive psychology and known to enhance one’s wellbeing, positivism and self-growth. By mindfully engaging in our duties, we can avoid dwelling in negativity of life and be more adaptive. Going in the traditional lines of ‘Work is Worship’, it carries a special significance in these troubled times that we presently face, when each of our dedicated duties in the respective field can help take us through this crisis ‘together’. This day thus becomes another milestone of opportunity to rejuvenate ourselves through his teachings. Let us be ‘mindful’ this Basava Jayanthi to celebrate and honor Basavanna, so that we can fulfill our vocations with excellence and joy, now and ever.
It Is Ok Not To Be Ok
We are often reminded by our near and dear ones to be strong in times of emotional twirl. To forget about the incident and lead a new way of life. But is it actually ok to not have our emotional side?
Relationships were made with such delicacy, any twist and turn in it would lead to heartbreak. At that stage of life, nothing pleases us anymore and we prefer to be friends with our pain. One feels people around you don’t understand you, copious thoughts overshadow our mind and hold back our positive thoughts. Many of us are haunted by the question ‘what went wrong?’ ‘Why me?’. We become so comfortable with our pain that we cut out ourselves from the real world. We worry about our future and watch how the fear of losing someone takes over our mind. At times we are scared to face the reality of emotional trauma that is going to hit us. We start looking for distractions to escape the painful reality and try to build our own imaginary world which only exists for us. People around us support us by saying and doing astonishing things for us and tell us it will be ok. The question is, is it so easy to press Control Alt and Delete? No relationship is perfect. In fact, many of us have created a new definition of perfect in our own relationships. We find ourselves in an emotional twirl and find answers for unexplainable things. We stress ourselves thinking and rethinking about the incident, holding back our endless moaning.
Moaning is an important stage of the phase as it helps you to come out of your pain. It is just like a detox you give to your mind and heart that helps you to recover completely. The human mind consists of many complex atoms. Any stress or discomfort caused within our mind leads to emotional discomfort and you might find yourself at the bottom of the pit. It’s ok not to be ok for a while but, one needs to come out of the phase with the passing time. Some people make attachments very easily hence, detachment becomes difficult for them. There are many things that one can try to uplift one’s mood.
Surrounding yourself with positive thoughts and people is important as isolation can worsen your condition. Change is a very important aspect of the process as it gives you a new vision and outlook. Sometimes we become so comfortable in our cocoon of pain that we just don’t wish to see the salubrious world outside. We are so stuck seeing things one way that we choose to ignore any other possible view. Indulging yourself into some physical activities works best as it keeps you busy mentally and physically. At the end of the day you are so exhausted and too tired to think about anything else, you just fall into a deep soothing sleep. It is a healthy way to keep your stress away.
After all the efforts and tears when we come out of the agony, we start living fresh. The deepest darkness inside us will go deeper and possibly never return. With time and patience, the wound would heal and become a smooth surface again. Of course, it doesn’t mean that you will never get hurt again. You will, and the same process would repeat. But this time dealing with it would be a little less gut-wrenching. Like the human body, our feelings also get cuts and bruises, the more deep the cut is, the more time it takes to heal with proper medication and care. You might find the traces of darkness which will constantly remind you how weak you were once and might hold you back while stepping into a new world, but you have to remember how strong you are. The light present around you will always help you to find your way back. There is always a beautiful sunrise followed by bright light everywhere and that light will shine upon you, opening new doors. There is a possibility, somewhere down the road you might come across the traces of your bitter past then, you need to remind yourself that if the darkness is real than even light is. Challenges will always be there but all you have to do is be strong and embark on a new beginning.
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