By worrying we are reducing our inner strength which we require to face the challenge.

By worrying we are reducing our inner strength which we require to face the challenge.

each time you worry stop and tell yourself – “This story might never happen”. When the flow of negative thoughts slows down, gradually change the quality.
Be aware of these patterns of thinking which drain our energy – CRITICISING, WORRYING, CONTROLLING, and OBSESSIVE thinking. Awareness means observing, checking and then gently changing.

the effort of controlling people and situations creates a series of negative thoughts. Controlling shows that we are not happy with things as they are, we want them to change, this creates an internal struggle. With awareness, start accepting people and situations.

Acceptance shows no disturbance internally and then giving them our suggestion, direction or instruction.

The focus should be on controlling our own thinking before trying to bring about a change outside.


Let us take simple incidents of our life to check how we react.

let us think your child has not reached home and his phone is not reachable. Are thoughts of worry and anxiety natural?

You have worked very hard for a particular work and you get criticism in return. Are thoughts of hurt natural?

You wish someone to behave in a particular way and they do not seem to understand. Are thoughts of irritation and anger natural?

We live in a world where uncomfortable emotions like worry, stress, anger, rejection, hurt, jealousy, resentment is being called natural. This cycle of emotions means we are creating a disturbed mind, diseased body and conflicting relationships.

If we want to keep our thoughts pure and positive, we need to check the quality of information we are taking in. In the shape of news and entertainment, the quality of energy coming from media today is questionable.

We regularly take in vibrations of terror, violence, hatred, ridicule, and manipulation, so we even see them reflecting in our destiny. As food is the nourishment for the body, information is for the food for the soul. Information is the foundation of our emotional and mental health.

We are what we read, watch and listen. The next time we receive a message on Social Media, let us check if it is the right diet for our emotional health. If not, let us delete without reading them. Reading, watching and sharing news of crime, criticism, bias, satire, creates a deep karma of radiating negative energy.


We need to be in an environment of pure vibrations every day for spiritual progress. We determine not to create anger, hurt or hatred, but fail because our habits get influenced by the low vibrations around us. Vibrations are generally created by people; many of who believe that anger, jealousy, competition is natural. To strengthen ourselves and transform, we need to be amidst divine vibrations like meditation rooms for some time daily.


  1. Every thought and actions I create whether I am awake or asleep creates my energy field, and this is the energy I have to offer in every interaction.


Check – Am I thinking too much? What is the quality of my thoughts? Whenever I want to change any thought, am I able to do it easily?

  1. When the quality of our thoughts is right, the speed is slow. When the thoughts are negative or waste thinking the quantity increases. The mind works too much, and we feel that it is not in our control.
  2. Let us start creating a beautiful relationship with our self. Check what are the negative thoughts we have about our self. Gently change the quality of every negative thought to acceptance and love.
  3. The more we criticize ourselves, we are reaffirming that part of our personality. We want to change our habits, and so our internal conversation needs to be positive, loving and empowering.

Ludwig van Beethoven

Beethoven was born on 16th, December 1770 in Bonn of Germany. His
father was a singer in local palace choir. Beethoven’s father was a very
common person and he was addicted to gambling. However, his mother was
a fairly kind-hearted and gentle female. She married an assistant as her first
marriage and married to Beethoven’s father when her ex-husband died.
Beethoven didn’t have access to go to school for the reason that his family
was very poor. Nevertheless, he had a special feeling of music when he was
very young. His father wanted to make use of his potential to make a big
fortune. As a result, Beethoven had to practice playing clavicorn and violin
day and night under his father’s pressure.
Beethoven had a performance on a stage for the first time when he was only
seven years old and he made a huge success. Some famous musicians
considered him as the second Mozart. Beethoven learned how to compose
music from Nifo and published his first work named Concerto in A minor
when he was 11. He went to Vienna to learn how to compose music from
Mozart and Haydn.
It seems that he would have a fairly bright future when Beethoven received
the first success in 1800. Nevertheless, he was troubled with a terrible matter
for years at that time. He found that he has become a deaf person. There
couldn’t be anything more terrible than that for a musician. He sank into a
blue mood for a long time as a consequence.
Beethoven has an enthusiastic heart all the time. But his enthusiasm was
often unfortunate. He often tolerated both hope and enthusiasm,
disappointment and resistance. There was no doubt that all of these emotions
had become his unique source of creation. He fell in love with Julia in 1801
and composed a music named Moonlight for her specifically. To his
disappointed, she couldn’t understand his noble soul and refused him.
Beethoven was upset and despairing for that. It was the most hopeless
moment for him and once a time, he wrote down a paper of posthumous
He came to life in 1803 and composed some bright and warm music such as
The Second Symphonies. From then on, several more beautiful and
marvelous music was produced. Some of them are fairly famous
such as The Eroica and The Storm.
Beethoven finished his masterpiece named The Ninth Symphonies in 1823.
This piece of work expressed his world in his dream.
In Dec.1826He suffered from a disease called pulmonary edema, which was resulted from a
serious influenza. He died on 26th, March 1827 for the cause of
suffering from hepatopathy.
It is said that the day on which Beethoven died was raining heavily and
storming seriously. It seems that even the God grieved over his death.
Beethoven’s funeral was fairly solemn and grand. It is estimated that over 20

thousand people presented his funeral.

The frogs and some wicked boys

Ina hot summer day some frogs were playing in a small pool of water. Beside that there was a playground where some wicked boys were playing. The frogs were croaking there in joy for the approaching rain. Their heads were just above the water.

 Being attracted by their croaking sound the boys came to that small pool. Seeing their heads above the water the wicked idea of a new game came into their brain. They picked up pebbles and aiming their heads they began to pelt those at them.

 The stones hit the heads of many frogs and the innocent beings became wounded. Some of them even lost their lives. The boys began to laugh in such a fun and enjoyed the game. The frogs being very much afraid, began to run here and there to save themselves from such a danger.

 At last an old frog raising its head said in a piteous voice, “Why do you pelt stones at us? What harm have we done to you? You must not be cruel to us.” Then one of the boys said, “It is a great pleasure to us to have such a sport.” Then the old frog said again, “It may be a sport to you but it is death to us.

 Moral : What is a game to one, may be the cause of death to other.

Never neglect little things.

A farmer saddled his horse to carry his articles to market for sale. At the time of starting, he noticed that there were no nails in one of the horse’s shoes. But he neglected the matter considering it unimportant.

After he had gone a little far the shoe was removed from the horse’s hoof. The farmer thought that the horse would by any means reach the market with the remaining three shoes. But as he rode on the back of the horse to proceed further, the animal began to limp on the ground.

The farmer now realised his mistake — but there was not a single blacksmith’s shop nearby. So he proceeded and hoped that the animal could carry him up to marketplace somehow. But alas — his idea was wrong.

The poor animal soon broke its legs and fell down. As a result, all his articles were broken and at the same time, he lost his horse forever as he neglected to nail the shoe in time.

 Moral: Do not neglect little things.

Ungrateful travelers

 A few travellers, tired by a long walk in the sun, sat under a banyan tree for some rest. They were talking among themselves regarding various topics.

 One of the men, in the meantime, looked up at the branches overhead and remarked. “You see, this tree is so big and has a good cluster of leaves but it cannot produce either the flowers to satisfy the eyes and smell or sweet fruits to please the taste.” 

After his remarks another traveller said, “Why to speak of flowers and fruits only — it is by any means of no use to mankind. So it should not remain in existence. 

The tree overheard the conversation and said with a smile. “This is the gratefulness indeed. The extended shadow and the cool breeze under which you are taking rest are nothing to you but mere illusion only—is it not?” 

The remark of the tree pierced the hearts of the travellers and they hung down their heads in shame.

 Moral: Ungratefulness is the great shame to the humanity.


Once a dog and a donkey with a basket of bread were travelling together. After they had gone a long distance they felt hungry. 

The donkey began to eat the grass that grew by the road side. The dog had nothing to eat. So he prayed to the donkey to give him a piece of bread.

 But the donkey refused to grant it. After some time a wolf was seen to come towards them. The donkey began to tremble in fear and prayed to the dog to stand by him. 

This time the dog refused and said, “He who eats alone must fight alone.” Saying this the dog went away and at once the wolf jumped on the donkey and ate him up tearing into pieces.

Moral: Everyone hates a selfish person.

A real life inspirational story


Let us meet the man who had the opportunity to have one crore rupees. But he did not take.
         This is the  story of Sudhakaran who hardly earns Rs 10,000 per month. He has  a small shop. Once he got the opportunity to bag one crore rupees. He got another chance also. Once he found a gold chain while travelling in a train. But he handed it to the police.

        Let us explore more about this real  life hero.
        K.Sudhakaran, a 45 year old simple man runs a small shop in a market in Kanhangad, which is a town in northern Kerala. Sudhakaran sells sweets, juice, cold drinks an d also lottery tickets.

       One day P.Ashokan, who is a regular customer of his shop called him up and requested him to set aside ten lottery tickets for him. Later of the day Sudhakaran discovered that one of these tickets had won the first prize-one crore rupees.
       Sudhakaran rang up his father immediately. His father told him to call up Ashokan at once and provide him the news. Sudhakaran did as his father asked. Ashokan was surprised when he found what had happened.

       Ashokan had not paid Sudhakaran. Sudhakaran did not need to tell him that one among the tickets that he had put aside for him had won the bumper prize. He may simply have pocketed the money had he wished to. He may have bagged the 10 million rupee prize for himself.
   According to Sudhakaran his father always told him that one should  never snatch the right of other people. His parents always taught him to be honest and always to do what is right. His mother, his all relatives were also very happy with what he had done.
       Sudhakaran had created another news for doing similar job . While travelling in a train Sudhakaran found a gold chain. But he simply handed it to the police. The police managed to find the owner.
      According to Sudhakaran we should try to do as much good as possible and we should always refrain from doing and bad karma. That is the way of a happy, healthy and meaningful life.