Different Types of Thoughts

Different Types of Thoughts


What is a Thought?

The action or process of thinking is know as a Thought.
Many make the mistake to think that the Mind is thought. No, it isn't. What we call thought is a product of the Mind and for the time being, from the human brain.

Different Types of Thoughts :

Different Types of Thoughts
There are 4 different types of thoughts :

1) Positive Thoughts
2)Negative Thoughts
3)Waste Thoughts
4)Necessary Thoughts

Positive Thoughts :

Positive Thoughts
 Positive thoughts are those thoughts which give us and others the experience of our original virtues like peace, love, joy, purity and power. They enable us to collect inner strength and equip us to wear a constructive attitude. 
Positive thinking means looking at what is beneficial in all circumstances, without being trapped in what is visible externally in those particular situations.
Thinking positively involves looking at problems and recognizing realities, but at the same time being able to find solutions without being confused and experiencing feelings of powerlessness. This often requires tolerance, patience, peace and spiritual wisdom.

Positive thoughts make one internally strong and as a result our expectations of others decrease. This does not mean that they do not matter to us, but that we no longer demand love, respect, recognition, etc. from them, which is the
best way to create long-lasting and harmonious relationships. A person who thinks positively is aware of the weaknesses of others, but even
then will direct his/her attention towards their positive sanskara's or personality traits. When we have inner happiness and are filled with positive
energy, we have the strength to accept other people as they are without wanting them to be different. This acceptance produces more stable

Negative Thoughts :

Negative Thoughts

Negative thoughts not only harm you but have an impact on others also. These thoughts disturb your peace and weaken your inner strength. If these thoughts occur on a regular basis, they can cause health problems, both physical and mental. They can even become destructive.
Negative thoughts are based on the five vices primarily - lust, anger, greed, ego, attachment. They are chiefly caused by selfish and harmful reasons, without taking into account the values and inner qualities of the person
* I think they should pay me more without having to do any more work to earn
it (greed).
Negative thoughts also arise from unsatisfied expectations, in disagreements,
in laziness, revenge, racism, jealousy, criticism, hate and an excess of power.
* My boss never appreciates my work but he always values my colleagues more

Waste Thoughts :
Waste Thoughts 

Waste thoughts are thoughts that are produced at untimely moments that fill us with worry and anxiety when they appear in our minds. They have no constructive use. Unnecessary and useless thoughts are quick and repetitive which lead you nowhere. 
Often they refer to things from the past: 
* If this hadn't happened ...
* Why did she have to say that to me?
Too many thoughts are about things that we cannot change, or worries about the future: 
* What will happen tomorrow?
* How will it happen?
* What will I do if I find myself on my own?
* If I had been there at the time, this disaster would not have happened.
* If I had had this information at the time, I would have won the case.
* When I get the degree, I will be more respected by my superiors.
Your ability to concentrate is weakened by these useless thoughts. If you have a lot of these thoughts you use more energy and time to undertake each task.
The origins of negativity also reside in them.
From the time that the past has already passed and the future is yet to come,these kinds of thoughts are not useful and they also weaken your inner
strength and exhaust you. It is vital that we learn to avoid this pattern of thinking. In this way you will be more focused and your decision making
capacity will improve. 

Necessary Thoughts :
Necessary Thoughts
Necessary thoughts are those relating to your daily routine, such as,
* What am I going to have for dinner?
* What time am I picking up the children from school?
* What is the number of my bank account?
* What have I got to do today .... etc.?
They are also thoughts connected with your profession or job. These necessary thoughts related to your daily life come into your mind according to your responsibilities and needs at a more physical, material and professional level.
When these thoughts are repeated over and over again, they become unnecessary or waste thoughts.

Thought Process

5 Types of Concentration in Yogic Life

 5 Types of Concentration in Yogic Life  


What is Concentration?


The action or power of focusing all one's attention.Concentration is the ability to direct one’s attention in accordance with one’s will. It means control of the attention. It is the ability to focus the mind on one subject, object or thought, and at the same time exclude from the mind every other unrelated thoughts, ideas, feelings and sensations.

 Types of Concentration:

With in yogic life Concentration is extremely important & essential for yoga-sadhana. Not only in yogic life but also to attain a higher destination in worldly life, concentration is essential.

  There are many times of concentration.when we say concentration, usually the awareness doesn't come into our intellect that many types of concentration are hidden in this subject. Concentration exist when there is pin-pointed awareness.Otherwise it won't be full concentration.If there is awareness of this or that,then concentration is incomplete. Due to that ,our yoga is not going to be completely intense.It will not be such intense yoga that the fire is fully ignited,burning & extremely filled with light.A very mild stage of yoga would be there, but it will not be a powerful one.Thus there will not be a powerful experience also.

5 Types Of Concentration  are :

2) Concentration of Viram(Pause) 
3) Concentration of Desires 
4) Concentration of Aim
5) Concentration of Happiness.

Of the Many types of concentration, the first one is 

Concentration of Thoughts :
Concentration of Thoughts

 It is the Natural nature of the mind to keep thinking something or someone.However , our minds should not wander here & there.they should remain bound to whatever thoughts are essential.They should not think wasteful thoughts, nor should there be the leakage of thoughts.such a state of mind has concentration of thought.Creating more thoughts in the mind has become the nature of man,while sitting in the hall, to keep thinking about what tasks still have to be finished today.he is making an entire agenda while sitting in the hall.It doesn't happen that the mind is focused on whatever we have to listen to,or wherever it should be focused.

Concentration of Viram(Pause) :

Another type of concentration is Concentration of  talking a pause.It is the concentration of giving rest to mind, the intellect & to karma. Viram means applying a full stop. wherever the mind, intellect & speech have to be given a pause or full-stop, they immediately have to come to a stop.It should not be the case that the intellect takes us somewhere with compulsion. It should be under our control such that whatever we wish to think, we think that only & that much only.Whenever we want to apply a brake, er can apply it & instantaneously everything comes to a state of rest. There is a great significance of viram.is Someone keeps writing on and on and doesn't apply full-stop, then lots of confusion emerges. One Full-stop makes a lot of difference.  

Concentration of Desires :
Concentration of Desire

A third type of concentration is the concentration of desires & wishes.If there are too many desires & wishes, then the person is riding as if upon two horses.If a person rides upon two horses without the reins,then what would be his state? If desires are horses ,then one who rides on them would surely be a crazy or wisdom-less fellow,because desires are such that they hang a man upside down.

Concentration of Aim :
Concentration of Aim

Fourth is concentration of Aim.Our Aim should be one.If our aim keeps changing, the how we will we concentrate? The rhythm of thoughts would be broken.Many people have the nature & quality of having one aim today & another aim tomorrow.They are not steady in there minds.They don't set an ultimate goals.So we should Concentrate on one Aim only.

Concentration of Happiness :

Concentration of Happiness

Finally, there is the concentration of happiness. We should not remember painful matters,those through which the soul again experiences waves of sorrow. Don't remember such things you may feel sorrow.  Remember such points which can give happiness to your mind.If you want to talk,then talk about the things of happiness in your life.If you want remember, then remember the incidents of happiness.How nice those days were!

If we practice all of these types of concentration, then our concentration will thoroughly increases.

Tips for Improving Concentration

1. Practice Rajayoga Medation.
2. Be more physically active.
3. Employ nonjudgmental thinking.
4. Get proper sleep.
5. Develop competitive plans
6. Practice eye control.
7. Stay focused in the present.
8. Over-learn skills.

how to concentrate

What is Inner Beauty?

Inner Beauty

Inner Beauty

So what’s this Inner beauty that everyone’s is talking about?  Is it a kind of beauty that’s on the inside and only a mere imagination?

So First of all we want to know What is Beauty?

What is beauty?

What is beauty?

Beauty is a characteristic of an animal, idea, object, person or place that provides a perceptual experience of pleasure or satisfaction. Beauty is studied as part of aesthetics, culture, social psychology and sociology. An "ideal beauty" is an entity which is admired, or possesses features widely attributed to beauty in a particular culture, for perfection.An omnipresent characteristic, beauty has stolen the eyes of today's youth. As every body knows that inner beauty is considered to be more important than outer beauty.

What is Inner Beauty?

Inner beauty is often described as ones characteristics that’s experienced through a person’s nature rather than the appearance,including discussions of self-esteem and religious situations.

By definition, Inner beauty may be described as something that’s experienced through a person’s character rather than by appearances.It’s the real beauty of a person that goes far beyond just physical appearances.

What is Outer Beauty?

Outer beauty, which I prefer to call external beauty; is a physical beauty that plays an important part in attracting people towards you. As it is external, it’s what everybody sees, even from far.

Beauty is the quality present in a thing or a person that gives intense pleasure or deep satisfaction to the mind. Inner beauty includes a person’s personality, traits, habits, intelligence, etc.  Outer beauty includes a person’s shape, color, elegance, complexion, etc.

Beauty Includes

 The Importance of Inner Beauty

Importance of inner beauty

The first importance of having inner beauty is Broad minded. It gives us knowledge that can be used and be shared to other.

The second one is having the inner beauty is it can make us to Survive hardly.

The third importance of inner beauty  is having a Blessed feeling. 

The fourth importance of having inner beauty is Priceless.

The last but not least is Long-lasting.

How to Develop Inner Beauty :

How to Develop Inner Beauty

 *Do Meditation
*Be optimistic

*Helping others makes you happier
*Manage your stress
*Positive Thinking
*Stress makes us ugly – both from inside and outside
*Take care of yourself
*Appreciate nature

Negative emotions and negative thinking mask your Inner Beauty:
RESENTMENT, ANGER, HATRED, RUDENESS, REVENGE AND VIOLENCE– implant inner hostility, sap energy and build a spiteful, vindictive nature that shows on your face.

JEALOUSY AND ENVY – embitter and dishonor you and your face suffers the consequences.

WORRY AND FEAR paralyses the mind, blocking ideas for resolving their cause. And our face pays the price.
CRITICISM AND PRE JUDICE – create a cynical intolerance that shows on your face.

HYPOCRISY – sullies your integrity and your face can’t hide it.

SELF-PITY AND MOODS, GUILT AND REGRETS– debilitate you and lower your dignity. And your face shows it.

GREED, LUST, AND SELFISHNESS – undermine self-respect and alienate friends; your face suffers again.

Each of the above helps create a facial mask that hides your Inner Beauty
. And every time the negative emotion arises, the mask becomes more firmly fixed. Your health suffers too.



1 – Be Generous
      Be generous. As simple as it sounds -this is the reality. Being generous will enhance the perception you receive for what you give. Get yourselves to volunteer in your nearest shelter home – sponsor/tutor a child, donate for a worthy cause. Trust me, lending a hand to the needy does a lot of good in your own life and of what you share with others too. Now, that’s what I call B.E.A.U.T.Y.

2 – Know Your Worth (KYW)
      Look into the mirror today and own your self-believe and confidence. If you feel beautiful, your inner beauty will fill your thoughts with positive energy. Instead of finding your image, focus on your three favorite features and earn your worth up! If you still feel like there’s a flaw holding you back, learn to overcome it. Be bold, love yourself.
3 – Push the NEGATIVITY away
      With the fashion world globalizing, you may think a generous physique or a ‘V’ shaped face makes one attractive. However, researches found that whatever you focus on, shapes your brains – A positive attitude goes a long way to fixing your self image. Eliminate your negative thoughts about your body because your thinking becomes stronger and habitual. So reverse your mind and tell yourself that ‘You are beautiful’. Easy isn’t it ?
4 – SMILE More 
      Appreciate your best assets that’s plastered on your face. Go ahead and smile, appreciate this gift of life without any sarcasm or wrong thinking as this will give your life a fine purpose of living. Remember, outer beauty can give you a glance, so smile with your heart cause it’s the inner reflection that makes someone to stay.

5 – Be the REAL beauty that YOU are
      You are beautiful if you truly believe that you are. What everyone sees is the reflection of who you are on the inside. Feel and embrace yourself – go out there, there’s a whole world waiting for the beautiful you. Appreciate the little things around you – It gives a feeling of pure that will definitely create deep satisfaction.

Happiness Rules From Shivani Bahen

Happiness Rules From Shivani Bahen

BK Shivani is a Rajyoga Meditation Teacher who has been studying spiritual knowledge and practicing the ancient technique of Rajyoga Meditation, as taught by the Prajapita Brahma Kumaris Ishwariya Vishwa Vidyalaya, Mount Abu, for the past 12 years. She conducts motivational courses through seminars and television programmes. 

Happiness Rules From Shivani Sister

  1. Always be positive in all situations.
    Always be positive in all situations

  2. Forgive all people unconditionally. 

  3. Accept Situations, Relations and Work as they are, if you cannot change them.

  4. Have no regrets for anything that has happened, just learn the lesson that was required.

  5. Enjoy each and every moment of life.
    Rules of Happiness

  6. No regret for anyone.

  7. Let go – Do not hold any matter

  8. Forget everything happen in past.

  9. Do not expect anything from anyone.

  10. Love all– Life is Very Short

Be happy

Dadi Janki Quotes

Dadi Janki 
Dadi-janaki quotes

Dadi-janaki-inner power



If you have honestly realised your mistake, but your mind continues to go over and over it, to no avail, consider this a sign that you are now in need of forgiving yourself. 
                                                ~ Dadi Janki

"I always say that when you keep an honest and merciful heart, then you experience God’s forgiveness."                           ~ Dadi Janki


Remind yourself of your inner peace and you will have a greater capacity to find solutions

Inner Peace

Be Sample

In order to ‪‎experience ‪‎silence I have to ‪separate ‪‎myself from all worries and negative ‪‎thoughts

I need to ‪engage the ‪‎intellect and ‪‎develop the ‪‎power of ‪‎concentration - Dadi Janki‬.


DADI Janaki

Stress free living through Rajyoga Meditation

Stress free living through Rajyoga Meditation

What is stress?

Stress is defined as the changes our body and mind experience in response to the continually changing environment.

Stress is a conflict between mind and intellect.


Stress Is:
Tension without
Relaxation having
Effects on
Self and
Social behavior

Stress= Pressure ( Personal, Professional, Social, Environmental, Ecological etc.)

Vicious Cycle of Stressful Thinking

How Does Stress Affect You?

Stress can affect both your body and your mind. People under large amounts of stress can become tired, sick, and unable to concentrate or think clearly. Sometimes, they even suffer mental breakdowns.

Symptoms of Stress


  1. Identify the Source of Your Stress
  2. Think positively
  3. Remind yourself to stay optimistic
  4. Change your emotional response
  5. Embrace Spirituality
  6. Restore work-life balance
  7. Try meditation
  8. Connect with others

Effects of stress on your body:

In short, stress is a physical and emotional response to a particular situation.
  1. Headache
  2. High blood pressure
  3. Insomnia
  4. Weight gain or loss

Empowering Self through Rajyoga Meditation

Rajyoga Meditation is the Science & Art of harmonizing spiritual, mental and physical energies by connecting one’s inner being  with Supreme  Being  for enjoying ever healthy, ever wealthy and ever happy life.
Raja Yoga meditation is a form of meditation that is accessible to people of all backgrounds. It is a meditation without rituals or mantras and can be practiced anywhere at any time.

Rajyoga Meditation

Some Useful Tips for  Stress Free Living
  • Reconnect and change yourself rather than trying to change others or circumstances. Believe not in revenge but self change.
  • You make a living by what you get, but you make a life by what you give. Be a giver, by being your true self. 
  • Develop contentment for total courage,confidence,control,commitment,concentration,proper communication&challenge.
  • Think positive for direct or indirect advantage, loss in less, some future advantage and for learning a lesson.
  • Good wishes for all.
  • Listen to your inner voice and help others to listen to theirs.
  • Share happiness, not sorrows & sufferings.
  • Be trustee, transfer tension to God through Rajayoga Meditation.