It is not about a fixed mindset, growth mindset or any kind of mindset. The focus is to have “mind-flow’. Mind-flow is like water. The fluid nature of “mind-flow” is incredibly powerful.
A suffering experience left Rohit Bassi in a total state of vulnerability (psychically, mentally and emotionally). What does one do in such a helpless and defenceless scenario? Trust is powerful, very powerful. In such a vulnerable disposition who do you trust.
“Courage is the first of human virtues because it makes all others possible.” - Aristotle
Through courage, clarity, conviction and compassion you gain the ability in embracing conflicts (within yourself and others), enriching relationships (knowing yourself and others better) and tapping into emotional wisdom (easily distinguish negative and positive emotions, feelings, actions, thoughts). All leading to being in a state of mind-flow thus elevating every aspect of your life. This means three things:
Be more persuasive and influential in the way you manage a situation
With greater ease eliminate conflicts or misunderstandings to resolve matters
Listen without any preconceived ideas about what should or shouldn’t be said or done
THE THREE UNIVERSAL SECRETS
Discover the three universal secrets and win the hearts of people because you learn to deal with their true feelings. Thus, not to accept words on blind faith, but to decide for yourself whether something is right or wrong, then follow it.
COURAGE, CLARITY, CONVICTION & COMPASSION
Developing one's mind is the path to wisdom which, in turn, leads to personal freedom. Mental development also strengthens and manage our mind; this helps us maintain good conduct.
THREE ESSENTIALS TO WALK THE PATH
Training and being disciplined in the three essentials: (a) ethical conduct (b) mental discipline and (c) wisdom. This gives the person an opportunity to apply the three universal truths. In this manner making them mindful to kindle courage, clarity, conviction and compassion in any situation.
"I made the joyous discovery that humour, smile and laughter has an anaesthetic effect in suffering." - Rohit Bassi