Tanmay Arora

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Tanmay Arora
May 18, 2022
In The Brainbow Alliance
Today, I got the opportunity to attend a session on "Incorporating Reconciliation, Equity, Diversity and Inclusion (REDI) into your project(s)" by Dr. Georgette Zinaty, within the framework of a Government of Canada sponsored training program. Here's some of my key learnings/reflections from the session: 1. Diversity is counting the numbers. Inclusion is making the numbers count. 2. Restore what must be restored, repair what must be repaired & return what must be returned. 3. Science will look increasingly anachronistic if women and minorities are not participants in the enterprise. As other professions move successfully toward a goal of inclusiveness, science will appear increasingly backward-looking, and will be less attractive to talented students of all types. 4. 7 pillars of Inclusion: Access, Attitudes, Choice, Partnerships, Communication, Policy & Opportunities In context to my project at the University of Victoria, I shall endeavour to streamline Research & Development across 7 primary verticals: 1. Education & Research 2. Technological Research 3. Societal Innovation & Impact Science 4. Scientific Oppression 5. Biological Reductionism: Partnering with Mental Health & Brain Health institutions through Unwired India and The Brainbow Alliance: BIPOC in STEM & Arts to integrate Brain & Behaviour studies to reduce the prevalent bias in clinical/biopsychology studies that often trivializes behaviour to a physical and physiological level and explains it in terms of hormones, neural networks, brain structure and neurotransmitters. 6. Inclusion in Science Communication Research & Practice 7. Streamlining Search Procedure & Inclusion Criteria This necessitates the widening of access in terms of Diversity, Multilingualism, Multiculturalism, Sustainability & Dissemination through a dynamic group of stakeholders including academic- and industry based leaders, not-for-profit institutional representatives, patients, patient advocates, and government representatives. If our historic definition of scientific progress allows for "progress at any expense". There's news for us: Discrimination and Exclusion does not benefit science, but it does inhibit progress. A huge thanks to everyone for making this session possible!
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Tanmay Arora
May 01, 2022
In The Plastic Brains
Winners take imperfect action. The naysayers are busy perfecting their plan. The world will be a better place, if people stopped giving commentary, opinions, and advice on topics they know nothing about. The idea that really should be promoted far more is to observe without pushing your under-thought opinion. There's always a lot of knowledge/chatter from people who did not contribute to nothing this year. Most battles we fight in life, are won or lost in our own minds. Acquire worldly wisdom and adjust your behaviour accordingly. If your new behaviour gives you a little temporary unpopularity with your peer group, then to hell with them. I shall not commit the fashionable stupidity of regarding everything I cannot explain as a fraud. Sometimes you have to invent strength. “Kindly let me help you or you will drown,” said the monkey putting the fish safely up a tree. You dwell on the past, you steal from your future. Your entitled mind is dead weight. Cut it loose. You deserve nothing. Anybody who left you or abandoned you, let them. They wouldn't be here to witness the come up. Seem to work for the interests of others while furthering your own. The snake which cannot cast its skin has to die. As well the minds which are prevented from changing their opinions; they cease to be mind. You are busy feeling insecure while some people are looking up to you and being inspired by you. Make your work to be in keeping with your purpose. Whatever it takes. NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
May 01, 2022
In The Plastic Brains
15 ideas//learnings to help catalyze a significant mindset shift, elevate your pedestal for potential & carve a richer lifestyle. 1. See failure as a beginning. 2. Never stop learning. 3. Assume nothing, question everything. 4. Teach others what you know. 5. Analyze objectively. 6. Practice humility. 7. Respect constructive criticism. 8. Take initiative. 9. Give credit where it's due. 10. Love what you do. 11. Prioritise your health. 12. Learn to let go and move on. 13. Don't get affected by other people's opinions. 14. Express gratitude. 15. Improve your skillset and become a master at your craft. You are like a hunter: your knowledge of every detail of the forest and ecosystem as a whole will give you many more options for survival. Understand: people tend to be vague and slippery because it is safer that outwardly committing to something.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 21, 2022
In The Plastic Brains
Avoid the factors and forces that oppose expertise and mastery. The degree to which you have succumbed to another force in life- the social demands to conform- weakens the power inside us, making you not feel it or even doubting the very existence of your passions. These competing forces have the potential to be quite strong; they're very compelling. The desire to be recognized as a part of a group; any group- is just so compelling. The desire to be understood and acknowledged is so tempting. Unconsciously, you may believe that being different is humiliating and hurtful. Your parents are seldom a counterforce. They may try to steer you toward a wealthy and pleasant job path. If these counter-strains get powerful enough, you may lose entire contact with your individuality, with who you truly are. Your wants and tendencies shall be modelled on those of others. You shall be nothing, but the reflection of what everybody else projects on you. This has the potential to lead you down a perilous path. You find yourself picking a career that isn't a good fit for you. Your enthusiasm and excitement gradually fade, and your job suffers as a result. You start to think of pleasure and fulfilment as coming from somewhere other than your job. Since you are becoming less interested in your job and career, you are failing to notice changes in the field, and as a result, you are falling behind and paying the price. You fumble or follow what others are doing when you need to make significant decisions because you have no sense of inner direction or radar to guide you. You've lost touch with your destiny as it was fashioned and fabricated at birth; or you believe that is the case. KEEP HAMMERING. The process of pursuing your life's purpose all the way to perfection can start at any time in your life. The secret energy within you is always present and ready to be used, but only if you can tune out the outside noise and tap into that inner frequency. You must escape such a fate at all costs. Whatever it takes. NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 20, 2022
In The Plastic Brains
Humans have a proclivity for focusing on what we can see with our eyes. It is the most animalistic aspect of our being. When we look at how other people's lives have changed, we may see how fortunate someone with all of the appropriate connections and financing. We observe the initiative that attracts funding and attention. To put it another way, we see apparent signals of potential and achievement in our own lives, but we're grabbing at straws. The things that happen inside a person are what allow for such drastic shifts. The gradual acquisition of information and abilities, the gradual improvement of work habits, and the capacity to deal with criticism. Any change in a person's fortune is simply the apparent consequences of all that long-term planning. We fail to alter anything fundamental within ourselves by simply neglecting this underlying unseen feature. As a result, we will approach our limitations in a few years. We become frustrated, we crave change, we grab at something quick and superficial, and we become trapped in these recurring patterns in our lives for the rest of our lives. A man who lacks purpose, distracts himself with pleasure. The solution is to change your perspective: stop focusing on money, relationships, or how things look on the surface. Instead, turn within and concentrate on the little internal shifts that pave the way for a much greater shift in fortune. It's the difference between grabbing at a delusion and becoming immersed in truth. Reality is what will release, liberate, transform and free you. Be a dreamer, and a hyper-realist. Every single day. NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 12, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
To the degree that you condemn others, and find evil in others, you are to that degree unconscious of the same thing in yourself. To go out of your mind once a day is tremendously important, because by going out of your mind you come to your senses. Even if you're the best in the game [at whatever it is that you do], you are underachieving in some aspect of life. fix yourself. today. AGAIN. NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 11, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Combine your interests and fascinations. If you are young and just starting out in your career, you will want to explore a relatively broad field linked to your interests—for example, if your passion is words and writing, attempt a variety of different writing styles until you find the appropriate fit. If you're older and have more experience, you'll want to use the abilities you've already acquired and figure out how to better adapt them to your actual calling. For example, Steve Jobs combined his two big passions: technology and design. Keep in mind that your calling can be a combination of various fields that fascinate you. Keep the process open-ended; your experience will instruct you, and guide you in the right direction. Progress with a sense of purpose.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 07, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
How science taught me to lead a happier, more fulfilling and exciting life! A thread on how to study science the right way and how to use the art of repeated questioning to make even the most mundane activities exciting! 1. Enjoy the thrill of discovery; indulge in the joy of learning something new! Be open to surprises; welcome serendipity in your life and be amazed to a whole new world of possibilities! 2. Be open to doubt and uncertainty. Embrace NOT KNOWING! 3. Look at every challenge as a chance to learn something new. View every new problem as an opportunity. 4. Be really interested in everything. View, Observe, Orient, Break, Dissect and Reassemble. Be curious about everything! ASK QUESTIONS. Fall in love with the question mark. Be a child. WHY? 5. Adore the small nuances. Love the details! 6. THINK. CONSTANTLY. 7. Pay close attention. FOCUS deeply! 8. Dispel the "genius" myth. There are no geniuses. 9. Find it out, don't believe it. See for yourself. Test for yourself. Question everything. Question everybody. "I think that doing science is like playing puzzles or reading a detective story and trying to understand who is guilty before the author tells you. I think that most people like to play with puzzles but as a scientist I think this is on a different scale because the type of puzzles that we interested in are on a much bigger scale. And what is important is that we don't play by ourselves, it's all of the scientific community trying to solve this puzzle." -Giorgio Parisi
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 06, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Make a Descending Ladder of Goals. Operating with long-term objectives will provide you with a great deal of clarity and resolve. To win the long-term strategic war, you must win the short-term tactical battles. These objectives, such as starting a project or starting a business, might be rather ambitious, and may bring out the best in you. However, as you consider everything you'll have to do to get there from your current vantage point, they're highly likely to cause anxiety. To deal with such anxiety, you'll need to set up a series of small goals along the way, all the way down to the present. The further down the ladder you go, the simpler the tasks become, and you may accomplish them in a shorter amount of time, giving you a sense of accomplishment and progress. The tasks should always be broken down into smaller chunks. Micro-goals must be set for each hour, day or week. This will assist you in focusing and avoiding losing sight of time or becoming overly engrossed in minor things. This also prevents paralysis by analysis. Return to your initial vision on a regular basis and envision how happy you will be when it comes to fruition. This will provide you with clarity and inspire you to move forward. You'll also want to provide some flexibility in the process. You periodically analyse your progress and make appropriate adjustments to the various goals, constantly learning from your experiences and modifying, iterating and improving your process. Remember that you're looking for a succession of tangible outcomes and accomplishments, not a laundry list of unfulfilled ambitions and abandoned initiatives. Working with smaller, more entrenched goals will help you stay on track. Work towards it, and slowly but surely, you will make it. Revisit the trenches. Every single day. AGAIN. NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 05, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Use negative spurs and resistance. There is a positive in every negative. I somehow channelize and convert the negative things that happen to me into something constructive. In every sector, the key to success is to first gain talents in a variety of areas, which you can then integrate in new and innovative ways. However, as you become aware of your irritations and relative lack of skill, the process can be tiresome and uncomfortable. Most people try to avoid tedium, suffering, and any type of adversity, whether consciously or unconsciously. They try to arrange themselves in situations where they will encounter less criticism and are less likely to fail. You must make the decision to go in the opposite way. Negative experiences, limits, and even pain should be welcomed as a means of honing your skills and refining your sense of purpose. Negative experiences must be welcomed. You must tread through the path of most resistance. You must suffer; where there is suffering, there is growth. When was the last time you felt humiliated, embarrassed, or chastised? So, what were you up to? What did you learn from the experience? I'd honestly be so happy to see some of you put your heart out there for the world to see on this platform and respond to these questions, either as posts on your feed or in the comments in this thread below. Let your story inspire others to move into the discomfort zone. Progress with a sense of purpose. AGAIN. Every single day. NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 04, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Dependence on others is a source of pain and misery. Nothing is more frustrating than feeling dependent on others. Dependency renders you exposed to a wide range of feelings, including betrayal, disappointment, and irritation, all of which disrupt your mental equilibrium. It is crucial to be self-sufficient. You must broaden your skillsets and expand your treasury of experiences to become less dependent on other people and the so-called experts. Be a jack-of-all-trades and a master-of-all-trades in all that directly impacts and influences your life. You must have more faith in your own judgement than on how others think, feel, perceive or project. Recognise this: we tend to overestimate and exaggerate other people's abilities (after all, they're trying hard to appear as if they know what they're doing) while underestimating our own. You must compensate for this by placing more trust in yourself and less trust in others. Be gracious to others and be strict upon yourself. Impose unmitigated daily discipline across all facets of your life. It's crucial to note that though being self-sufficient may not imply taking care of minor matters, you must be able to tell the difference between minor difficulties that can be handled by others and major issues that require your attention and care. It's simple: over-dependence on others is a source of unhappiness; relying on oneself is a source of power. Do not lose your sense of self-awareness in the midst of the chaos. Happy Monday! NODAYSOFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Apr 02, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Mastery can be viewed as a form of salvation. The source of your sorrow is not your profession, but rather yourself. Who in the world would not find his circumstances insufferable if he chose a craft, an art, or any type of existence without an inner calling? The world is full of issues, many of which we have created. It will take a significant amount of effort and imagination to solve them. We will not be saved by genetics, technology, magic, or being kind and natural to the world around us. We need energy not merely to deal with real issues, but also to create new institutions and orders that are appropriate for our continually changing circumstances. We shall perish from passivity if we do not create our own universe. We must return to the concept of mastery that defined us as a species many millions of years ago; mastery that isn't for the sake of dominating nature or other people, but rather for the sake of choosing our own fate. The passive-ironic mentality is pitiful and damaging, not fashionable or romantic. You must demonstrate what can be accomplished as a master in the modern world; you must be a testament to human potential and its expansive/limitless nature. In this time of stagnation, you are helping to the most vital cause of all: the survival and prosperity of the human race. You must convince yourself that people on this planet earn the mind and brain quality they deserve based off their life choices, actions and decisions. You are not a victim of this life, rather the victim of your own choices. You must direct and channelize your efforts to achieve mastery as something that is both necessary and beneficial. Our decisions shape our destiny, and obsession can be beautiful.
You are not a victim of this life, rather the victim of your own choices. Our decisions shape our destiny, and obsession can be beautiful. content media
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 31, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
It's risky and costly to quit when you're panicked. The most successful people are often quitters who plan ahead of time as to when they will quit. You can always resign later, so don't hurry into a decision to quit until you've stopped panicking. According to popular belief, Quitters never win, while winners never quit. However, quitting can be more useful than stubbornly continuing with something that isn't working for you. The goal is to quit smartly, and as the consequence of a logical thought process rather than on a whim in the heat of the moment. For example, after sticking to a cardio regimen for a couple of years, I became tired of it. During the workout, I was frequently annoyed to the point that I wanted to stop and rip it all apart. However, doing so would have allowed my transitory state of mind to make the decision—and this may have harmed my resolve in future instances where, having once allowed myself to quit on the spur of the moment, I would consider it a reasonable thing to do. Before I finally gave up the aerobic regimen, I took my time and thoroughly examined the repercussions of doing so. This way, instead of quitting on the spur of the moment, I quit strategically. If you're currently discouraged about achieving a goal, make the resolution that you won't stop until you've made a reasonable, informed decision that considers all of the consequences. If you still want to resign after thoroughly examining your options and their logical repercussions, you're probably making the proper decision. When things aren't going as planned, learn to be able to pause, take a step back, and re-evaluate your efforts. You may need to retreat from time to time, but that does not mean you should abandon your strategic purpose. You might have to make some tactical retreats in order to win the long war, but never quit on your strategic vision. Never give up on your goal of reaching the ultimate destination. Firm in your belief, flexible in your approach. The one thing that never lets me quit when pain & suffering sets in, is the instantaneous and overwhelming feeling you get when you quit. The first question that pops into your head & captures every ounce of your being- "I almost had it; why did I quit?"
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 30, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
You are here not only to fulfil your desires and consume what others have created, but also to create and contribute to a greater good. You must cultivate your uniqueness in order to serve this larger mission. Stop listening to others' remarks and ideas about who you are and what you should enjoy and detest so much. Make your own decisions about things and people. Examine what you believe and why you feel the way you do. Learn everything there is to know about yourself, including your innate interests and tendencies, as well as the fields that naturally appeal to you. Every day, work on honing the skills that align with your unique spirit and mission. Create something that expresses your individuality to add to the needed cultural diversity. Take pride in your uniqueness. The true reason you feel the lack of purpose at times is because you are not following this plan. Sadness serves as a reminder to reconnect with your inner authority. Consider the times in your life when you were active (you chose your own route) and when you were inactive (followed what others wanted). Compare and contrast your feelings. Encourage them to follow you! Pay attention to your inner voice; let that inner voice guide you.
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 26, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
CONQUER THE SHADOW. Everyone has a shadow, and the less it is embodied in the conscious life of the individual, the darker and denser it becomes. You pay a higher price for being so polite and respectful than you do for purposefully exposing your shadow. To begin on the latter route, you must first respect your own ideas more and those of others, especially when it comes to your areas of expertise and the subject in which you have immersed yourself. Trust your natural brilliance and the concepts you've generated. Second, make it a habit to assert yourself more and compromise less in your daily life. Do it in a controlled manner and at the appropriate times. Third, stop caring so much about what other people think of you. You will have a profound sensation of liberty. Fourth, accept that you will occasionally annoy and even worry those who stand in your way, have ugliness in their principles, or unfairly criticise you. Use such obvious injustices to bring out your shadow and boldly display it. Fifth, feel free to play the obnoxious, defiant child who mocks others' folly and hypocrisy. Choose to be yourself, unapologetically. If someone has a problem with you or your principles, it is much more likely that they have a problem with themselves. No secure person would ever attack somebody else's principles. Finally, flour the same rules that others adhere to so religiously. Remember that asserting your individuality gives you power, even if it offends some people along the way. Today, take a look at your dark side. You can either stay naiive and vulnerable to falling prey to evil by possession or you can voluntarily integrate your shadow. You don’t have a choice, voluntarily integrating the monster is perhaps the only way you can bring it under civilized control. A harmless man is not a good man. A good man is a very dangerous man who has that under voluntary control.
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 25, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
The top 16 principles/realizations that helped me transform myself from an overweight, unhealthy, aimless & insecure kid into the person that I am today. A thread on the things I wish someone told me in my 20s: 1. Invest in yourself: Read, Write, Speak. Craft your morals, principles and mindset. Resolve your trauma, revisit your insecurities and do things that are uncomfortable. Leverage your time. [We waste a lot of time crying over wasted time; better late than never, never late is better] 2. Realize your potential! You're limitless; don't let somebody put a label on you. Prove yourself wrong, push past your limits & you shall begin your life-long journey towards scratching the surface of your potential. 3. Network. Your values are an average of the ten immediate people you're surrounded by. Your network is your net worth! 4. Surround yourself with new ideas/new skills. Poor minds talk about people, average minds talk about events, great minds talk about ideas. 5. Implement new ideas. Ideas are nothing; execution is the game. 6. Practice empathy & patience. Be patient about the big things; be impatient about the small things. 7. Put in the work. Nobody's coming to save you. Stop feeling sorry for yourself, stop abusing yourself, stop blaming others. It is you against you. Period. Figure yourself out. Own it all; take extreme ownership and accountability of your life. 8. Embrace crazy ideas and challenges. Challenge yourself, every single day. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly. 9. Practice FORGIVENESS. Forgive but do not forget. Be tolerant with others but strict with yourself. Be sharp, think sharp, stay sharp. Bestow pardon for many things, seek pardon for none. 10. Be driven to the point of obsession. Unmitigated DISCIPLINE in all things; extreme accountability for every single little aspect of your life. The fastest way to get to your dreams is to never miss a day. 11. Invest in others. Invest in others, and they shall invest in you. 12. SACRIFICE. If you don't sacrifice for what you want, what you want becomes the sacrifice. 13. Do what nobody's willing to do. Go out for a run in the storm, wake up at 4AM & show up. Train yourself to show up in times of need, for the ones that are around you. 14. Don't let another man teach you how to be one. Find your own principles and choose to live by them every single day. Learn how to be yourself & unapologetically own up to your identity and be whoever the fuck you are. If people don't understand it, so be it. 15. SUFFER. You have to be willing to suffer and do uncomfortable things. Growth does not happen in a comfortable environment, you have to beat a sword to sharpen it; you have to live in the dirt, get yourself into the toughest of situations and be one with it. Where there is suffering, there is growth. 16. TRUST THE PROCESS! Bow down to the process. This mission is not about feeling better, it is about being better and having a greater impact on the world.
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 24, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
The true wellspring of inspiration & creativity. You must rethink your perception of creativity and try to see it from a different perspective. People frequently link creativity with something academic, such as a way of thinking, recording or perceiving the world. The truth is that creative work encompasses our full selves, including our emotions, levels of energy, personalities, hearts and minds. Making a breakthrough, inventing something that connects with the public, or creating a meaningful work of art- all take time and effort. Years of experimenting, numerous setbacks and failures, and the need to maintain a high level of attention are all part of the process. You must be patient and believe that what you are doing will result in something worthwhile. You must own it, breathe it, feel it & embody it. Whatever you want, it's already happened. Time just has to catch up. So, now when you attack it with an unwavering spirit & unparalleled resilience, nothing can ever stop you from actualizing to your certain destiny. New things give space for new realities. You could have the brightest intellect in the world, brimming with knowledge and ideas, but if you pick the wrong subject or challenge to tackle, you'll quickly lose interest and energy. All of your cerebral prowess will be wasted in this situation. Work on what emotionally connects with you, and ideas will come to you. Awaken the creative-active dimensional mind & own every single little aspect of your life.
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 22, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Always remember that your cultural contribution might manifest in numerous ways or forms. You don't have to be an entrepreneur or a prominent player on the global stage. You can operate as a single person in a group or organisation just as well as a group or organisation, as long as you maintain a strong unapologetic/unwavering view that is uniquely yours and utilise it to gently press your influence to change for the better. Physical labour and craft may be part of your career; take pride in the quality of your job and leave your mark on it. In any case, you'll want to push yourself to the limit in terms of cultivating your individuality and the originality that comes with it. You cannot be replaced in a world where people appear to be basically interchangeable. You're one of a kind !! Your unique blend of abilities and expertise is unrivalled & unparalleled; stop sleeping on your potential, wake up to this realization, and tap into every iota of grit & purpose that you keep trapped in your head and your heart. That exemplifies true liberty and the greatest power we humans can wield. There is no such thing as a superior calling. However, it must be connected to a personal story, journey, drive or tendency; our energy is wired for service, and is always directed toward progress and lifelong-learning. If you ever choose to do something, attack it! Every single day. NO DAYS OFF.
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 20, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
Allow your feeling of purpose to lead you. In the modern world, what we most miss is a feeling of a larger purpose to our lives. Previously, organised religion was frequently the source of this. However, we now live in a secularised world for the most part. Human animals are one-of-a-kind; we must create our own planet. We don't just react to situations because of biological programming. However, without a sense of direction, we tend to get lost. We're at a loss on how to fill and organise our time. Our lives appear to lack a defined purpose. We may not be aware of this emptiness, but it affects us in a variety of ways. The most beneficial approach for us to provide this sense of purpose and direction is to believe that we are called to do something. For everyone of us, it is a spiritual journey. This quest should not be interpreted as egotistical or antisocial. It is, in reality, linked to something much greater than our own lives. Our species' evolution has relied on the development of a wide range of abilities and ways of thinking. Consider times when you felt passionately and personally attached to a certain activity. Consider how much pleasure it brought you. Signs of your genuine purpose can be found in such acts. A blessed sleep follows a blessed day, and a blessed death follows a blessed life. Allow your feeling of purpose to lead you. Every single day. NO DAYS OFF. Here's to one of the vlogs I made a while back: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hhlictIBi2c
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Tanmay Arora
Mar 18, 2022
In Introductions/Discussions !!
You already know the answer deep within your soul. You are aware of who you are and what you desire. You have all the answers you seek; it's just a matter of the time, attention and commitment you're willing to dedicate for yourself, to uncover the mysteries that you keep trapped in your head & your heart. A false path in life is anything we are drawn to for the wrong reasons, such as money, celebrity, or attention. If we want someone's attention, we often feel an emptiness inside that we try to fill with the false love of public praise. We rarely obtain the fulfilment we seek because so often the field we choose does not align with our greatest desires. Our job suffers as a result, and any initial attention we may have received begins to fade- a painful process. You already know the answer deep within your soul. You are aware of who you are and what you desire. If money and convenience are the driving factors in our decision, we are most likely behaving out of worry and a desire to please the people around us, including our parents. They may lead us toward something profitable out of concern, but there may be something else lurking beneath the surface- perhaps a smidgeon of envy that we have more freedom than they did when they were young. You must have a two-pronged strategy: First, recognise (as soon as possible) that you chose your profession for the wrong reasons, before your self-esteem suffers. Second, aggressively resist the factors that have steered you away from your actual true-calling. If you dismiss the need for attention and approval, you will be led wrong Feel a sense of rage and passion toward society for attempting to impose a strange vocation on you; then do everything in your power to make sure you don't let that happen to yourself anymore, and that you do better for the ones who walk and surround you. Following a route independent of your parents, friends & family, and then establishing your own identity is a vital element of your growth. Allow your sense of defiance to energise and inspire you to change for the better. Get off the false path if you're on it. Rebellion provides a source of energy. Rebel. Re-engage. Inspire!
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