Hey Krishna, the mind is restless
unsteady, turbulent, tenacious and powerful;
I consider it as difficult to control
as controlling the mighty wind. //Bhagavadgita//6:34//
Arjuna wondered 5000 years ago and we wonder today, "How do we control the mind?" How do we control our mind which is restless? Most of us do not know of exercise routines for thoughts and we do not think that we need to work on our mind. We try to fight our thoughts and loose the battle. How can we fight our own mind?
Thought management book makes a case for need of exercise routines for thoughts and the need for practicing on a regular basis. Practice is important in becoming good in sports or education, and it is important in working with our mind. Mind control leads to efficient processing and streamlining of thoughts and success follows.
The author invites you to try these exercises for yourself and see the outcomes in your lives.
Dr. Krishna Bhatta, a urologist working in Bangor, Maine, USA grew up in a small village of India. He completed his early education including medical school in India and lived in United Kingdom before moving to the USA. He and his wife, Dr. Nayantara Bhatta have traveled widely and enjoy exploring people and culture around the world.
Krishna Bhatta was brought up in spiritual surroundings and started meditating early in his life. He has developed an interest in sharing his experience through his writings. He is fascinated by lives and works of different spiritual personalities. He has written extensively on Bhagavadgita and has published a book, Gita today, on the subject. He strongly believes that spiritual practices including meditation should lead to success in life and wishes to share this message through all possible avenues.