Net practice of resolutions on the’ New Year Eve’
Start doing the practice of your new year’s resolutions, right from this moment, if you want to realize them. Little time is left now for the New Year to knock. You can include those resolutions in your habits, provided you begin working for your resolutions from this day. This discussion would give you suggestions for accomplishing your goals.
Allow me please to begin with a very brief story first and then you shall be in a position to fully understand the inference contained herein.
A person came to a saint and said, “I am in a habit of eating jiggery (Gur) excessively. No matter how hard I try to quit this habit, it never leaves me. How could I possibly quit this?” The saint said, “Come tomorrow and then I will tell you how”. The man arrived again the next day. He called the saint from outside. The saint replied to him from inside his hut that since the pole was holding him, he could not come out. The man went inside to see for himself what the matter was all about. He saw the saint holding the pole. He said, “It is actually you, who is holding the pole and the pole holding you. Why do not you leave quit it?” The Acharya said, “You are also holding on to the habit of eating Gur, why do not you leave this habit?”
In every year round on 1st January, you must be taking resolutions of some kind or another with great zest and zeal, but the enthusiasm fritters away within days. If resolutions are undertaken influenced by friends or after the fashion, you cannot succeed. Our objective should be to be of some use to our own life, our family, society and our country. For this, we will have to learn some good habits. The habits and attitudes that are harmful for success will have to be abandoned and whatever is useful would have to be ingrained in our persona.
Practice should be perfect
This is the only mool- manta of successful men to practice with greater thrusts before the examinations. 19 days are left with us for the New Year to arrive. If you begin doing the net-practicing of your New Year resolutions beginning this very moment, it will develop to become a part and parcel of our personality. Psychologist Peter Hall in one research paper that 95 % of behaviour is subconscious and automatic; hence any change in them is difficult. In our subconscious, any newer habit can form only over the habit already present in the subconscious from before provided the fresh habit is repeated regularly. Neuroscientists say that our neuron system does not evince any interest to receive newer habits, but does not let it go also once it registers the habit. Therefore, from January, the 1st, whatever resolutions you are taking, do practice that with great force giving it your 100%.
Evaluate yourself first to know your limitations
The Self -appraisal is necessary in accordance with the practice. Suppose you took the resolution of not speaking lies. Then make the estimation of how much relationship you keep with...