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Ways to develop our pleasant mind

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Now the world has come to such a state of affairs when we find that pleasant mind and laughter has totally deluded from the threshold of our societies. Question might throng in our mind that why this is so? The reason behind it might be manifold but the key one among all is the heavy complexities of our societies which no doubt is badly eating up the vitals of our societies. As the societies of the world along with that of India we find that there is tremendous innovation spree going on but sad part is that people around us have become terribly notorious and always resorting to unfair and nefarious activities.

On account of these people have lost the tempo to lead pleasant life as well as that of smiles hence it is dearly advisable that all of us should lead pleasant life as well as with smiles. As the milieu has become terribly tensed all around the globe but as this piece is centered entirely upon India so it is relevant to concentrate upon this piece fully with India.

Creamy layers of Indian populace have become terribly tensed that is why many of us resort to vicious scenes around us in order to quench their anger against non-receipt of their wants which was cherished dearly by us. So it is high time people of different temperaments of India aim to develop pleasant mind and temperament so that all of us can dwell in peace and amity among people of different types. In this regard the role of counseling psychologist stands as paramount importance in order to transmit our mind into a pleasing and amiable demeanor.

There are various ways and means available within us to develop pleasant mind. As the modern societies in India have become terribly complex so it is high time to transform our mind to a state of utter pleasantries rather than being in a state of arrogance. Some below some of the common ways and means are stated as follow:

*   Reading books of different types in both English and various other mother languages so that mind becomes terribly pleasant.
*    We must utilize all our faculties to develop a pleasant mind.
*    We must develop self confidence so that our mind becomes pleasant.
*    We must utilize all the available tools to develop pleasant mind.
*    We should not think ill about opponents in order to develop pleasant mind.
*    We must aim to physically active and agile mind so as to develop pleasant mind upon us.
*    We must have a sound sleep in order to develop pleasant mind.
*    We must give up addiction towards smoking and alcohol in order to develop pleasant mind.
*    We must maintain social connection in order to develop pleasant within us.
*    Our diets should be fully balanced in order to develop pleasant mind.

We are witnessing tremendous change in all academic and professional disciplines all around the globe. As a result of the changing scenarios we find that people of the Western World are sincerely adapted to changing scenarios. In India we find that scenarios are just the reverse rather it is extremely dismal. In context to the changing scenarios we find that Indians have become very restive and quite often resorting to unfair and nefarious means. That is why Indians should always bear pleasant mind.

It is no doubt sometimes judging by Indian economic, social and political situations citizens tend to become upset. In order to overcome us from the above stated situations we have to transform our mind to a state of utter pleasant and amiability. That is why counseling psychologists always advise Indian citizens to refrain us from becoming restive and unpleasant rather one should always become pleasant and cordial.

This should be the prerogative of all human beings under today's circumstances. Otherwise we will be lost totally in wilderness. Plus those having pleasant demeanor they develop natural acumen to be friendly and cordial within the mainstream of our societies. That is why it is often stated in bolt and blue to be always pleasant in front of the societies in order to be more open towards our fellow citizens.

Apart from the above discourse one point becomes clear in our mind that human beings in order to be more pleasant should be more pleasant rather than becoming more introverts in nature. Development of pleasant mind will always be regarded as the spadework of our success in life.


The writer is a freelance contributor based in Kolkata

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