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october 2018 by neerajsinghvns
The True Unicorn: Companies Devoted To Human Transformation - Siddha Performance
“That company transformed my life. It gave me an opportunity to transform myself. There is no other company in the world that does such a thing. When I came home to my children each night, I came home with a soft heart and more energy than when I left. I have never seen such a company in all my life. A company that devotes itself to curing the problems of those under its shelter.”
unicorn  kapil  gupta  siddha  performance  2018-08-16  human  transformation  culture  company  tue  0 
august 2018 by bekishore
Freedom Is The Only Thing - Siddha Performance
We are imprisoned by our attachment to the self.

Our likes, our dislikes, our thoughts about the way things should be, our demands, our cravings, our beliefs, our opinions, our siding with this group or that, and so on . . .

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Understand this: Your most powerful drive is the drive to be Free.

What we seek first and foremost is Freedom from all problems.

The drive for success is itself a drive for freedom from the problem of being unsuccessful.

All things are reactionary.
2018-07-20  freedom  only  thing  attached  attachment  siddha  performance  kapil  gupta  like  likes  dislike  dislikes  thoughts  thought  flinch  flinching 
july 2018 by bekishore
Your Morning Hours - Siddha Performance
I don’t see the significance of discussing what one does, much less the order in which one does them.

I do have an idea as to why people like to discuss these things. Because societal man is a Categorizer. He likes to put people into boxes with printed labels.

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What if the question changed from, “What things do you do in the morning?” to “What sort of Experiences do you have, regardless of what you are doing?”

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May you never miss another morning again.
siddha  morning  yoga  routine  routines  hours  performance  kapil  gupta  am  hour  mmm  category  nba  respect  question  2018-07-20  0 
july 2018 by bekishore
Life Is The Greatest Absurdity - Siddha Performance
Life is simply a joke. An absurdity. A non-linear, haphazard, and unpredictable trail that is fertile for the imagination of hallucinatory human beings.

Life is a Rorschach. You can see in it whatever you wish.

It is a mirage. It is always tempting to see some glimmering landscape on the horizon.

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If you deconstruct life. If you break apart all of the pieces and look at it, bit by bit, you realize that it is not what you thought it was. Instead of pages of prophecy and significance and biography, you find the intelligible gibberish of an infant tapping on the keys of a typewriter.

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You’ve been chasing a ghost, my friend. When things were going well, life had no intention of treating you right. And when things were sour it had no intention of treating you ill. The events that surround us just surround us.
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july 2018 by bekishore
Truths - Siddha Performance
Then what should you do with your life:

See. Create. Then see. Then create. The seeing is for Understanding. The creating is for immersion.
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july 2018 by bekishore
How The Mind Keeps Men Bound And Gagged - Siddha Performance
If you wish to take a slave on a trip, you cannot ask the slave. You must ask the slave’s owner.

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Aristotle Onassis’ father must have learned this lesson. For he told his son, “When you meet a man, write down how much time he is worth.”

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Why does man not take action?

Because the mind has him bound and gagged.

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Why does the mind have him bound and gagged?

Because of the mind’s love-hate relationship with change.

The mind likes new things. It likes changes of scenery. It enjoys vacations. New smells. New clothes. And so on.

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You see, the mind is a coating of wax on a dirty car. The dirt remains preserved forever.

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The difference between the superstar athlete and the one who struggles throughout his career is that one enjoys being a superstar and the other enjoys struggle.
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july 2018 by bekishore

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