Meet the lovely and ever graceful Mrs. Kusum Vig, a counsellor, poet, author, mother and a strong believer of Law of Attraction!
Mrs. Kusum Vig is a Counseling Psychologist, Dermatoglyphic Consultant, NLP Coach and Mind Power trainer associated with International Coach and Trainers Association. She holds her Master’s degree and M.Phil in Psychology and has been working in the field of Education, Counseling and Mind Power Training for more than two decades. She is Founder and Chairperson, (Mind Matrix, India and Global) and is helping people worldwide to discover their inborn potential and personality traits.
Her clientele includes The Visionary World, Kathmandu, Rich Life Worldwide, New Delhi, Symbiosis Center for Management Studies, Pune, Personality Development Courses conducted at Arty Depot Centre for Defense Personnel, Nasik, Defense Institute of Psychological Research, New Delhi, Corporate sectors, Educational Institutes, Army Welfare Centers etc. She has also been providing personal and professional counseling. She discovered her passion for poetry during her soul searching experience and her book on poetry “Celebrating life” can be downloaded and is also available world-wide here. Her two much awaited books “Your Wish Is My Command – The Universe” based on subconscious Mind Programming and “New Age Parenting” are in the process and will soon be published for the benefit of people who wish to attract happiness, abundance and prosperity to their lives.
Being a woman: The best thing about being a woman is to have the privilege of living a holistic life, whether it is to give birth to a new life which is a miracle in itself or to use her logic, determination and strength to move mountains and at the same time being intuitive and touching many lives with her warmth and femininity. I would like to share one of my poems depicting the substance of womanhood.
She is a woman of substance
Out of her shell, with pride she swells
Do not judge her ever by her spell
Feminine she is a delight to be with
She smiles and laughs, makes the hearts sing
Calm and composed, a mystery to be resolved
With her opinions, she also influences the core
She moves like waves pulsating on the sea shore
A mother at home, if needed she roars, the bravest soul
She creates and destroys when she stands tall and strong
So fragile, dainty, exquisite, goes beyond imaginations
She is the essence of life, roses, orchids and carnations
She carries in her heart a potpourri of emotions
Vivacious and sensuous with boundless energy
She can move mountains brimming with synergy
Nothing can describe her as apt as these words
She is a woman of substance and not a woman of this world
Managing work and home: Managing work and home requires women to multitask and researchers have shown that women have superior social cognitive skills making them more equipped for multitasking and the ability to manage work and home fronts efficiently. Each one of us here has our own true calling and if we are able to discover our passion and inclination, then we can contribute significantly to the society at large by keeping our own identity intact.
Coping with stress: In the present scenario, women have many roles to play where she needs to think logically as a professional, feel emotionally on the personal front, and act efficiently to balance both which certainly causes stressful conditions. According to researches, women seem to have the edge in dealing with stressful conditions and are more resilient to chronic stress. All we need to do is to believe in ourselves and acknowledge our inherent ability to multitask.
Mantra for happiness: I truly believe that happiness comes from within and increases manifold by sharing with others. We don’t need to work for happiness, instead enjoy the process by working happily to bring out the best out of us. To do that, we all need to introspect and understand the world within which will automatically be reflected on the world without. The ancient yoga & meditation exercises can transform each woman into a wonder woman. Ask yourself the following questions to check how happy you are:
1. Do you love what you do and do what you love?
2. Are you aware of your inborn strengths and is your career based on your passion?
3. Do you have a goal and a purpose in life and are you working towards it?
4. Are you associated with any organization which is working towards making a significant
difference to the society?
5. Are you able to keep your calm when encountered with stressful situation?
6. Do you love spending time with your children, family or friends?
7. Are you satisfied with your financial position?
8. Do you spend some time during the week doing yoga/meditation or any physical activity?
9. Do you get good night sleep most of the time?
10. Do you follow any healthy diet regime to keep fit?
If most of your answers say ‘No’ to the above questions, you need to work towards your happiness quotient through mind power techniques.
A tip that you would like to share: I personally feel that as a woman, we need to be mentally strong, emotionally stable and view ourselves as empowered individuals and reach out to the world in order to empower humanity. We create; we build as we are the architects serving humanity!
To know more about mind power training you can visit http://www.mindmatrix.org.uk and seek help or write to email@example.com.
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Guys, was the activity so boring?? Just one comment! 😦
I’m sure there must be some thing that you have done for YOU, lately!!
Share and spread happiness friends! 🙂
Meet the gorgeous Mohika Kohli, an educationalist, a dutiful wife and a loving mother.
About Me: I am a happily married (oxymoron) woman and a mother to a beautiful daughter in her teens (parenting challenges!).
I’m an MBA but have been working as an educationalist since 2007. I’m an extrovert, impulsive and have hunger for knowledge, which befits my zodiac sign name Libra.
Being a woman: Is being a loving daughter, a mischievous sister, a dutiful wife and a devoted mother.
Managing work and home: I try to strike a balance between the two. That’s the reason, I’m a good homemaker (you can ask my hubby!) and an efficient employee (it’s certified!).
Coping with stress: Well, stress and me had a break up long back. Now, I’m better off without stress. My passion for my work and my love for my family keeps the stress away from me.
Mantra for Happiness: Happiness is a state of mind.
A tip to share: Spread Happiness; it’s contagious!
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Nothing is cosier than sitting curled up in a bed with hot coffee and your favourite book.
My favourite line from ‘Jonathan Livingston Seagull’ by Richard Bach.
Don’t believe what your eyes are telling you. All they show is limitation. Look with your understanding, find out what you already know, and you’ll see the way to fly.
I’m working on a new idea for the blog where I will share a few other favourite lines from this book.
Until then stay happy and keep learning new stuff.
Happiness is contagious!
I am happy that my friends have taken up the #100HappyDays challenge too!! I insist everyone reading this blog to try it out.
Trust me, it’s going to be a fun experience.
To know more about the challenge, click here.
Interesting! I don’t think I ever thought of it. Will surely try it.
I was told a long time ago that the best way to get someone to come round to your way of thinking is simply this, creating a sub-conscious connection between you and the other person.
This is done by observing the other person’s body language and the way they are talking to you, such as tone and even words.
“When people are like each other, they tend to like each other”
Now, when speaking to people over the telephone you can almost get into your own routine, ways of doing things and pace of what you are saying. This is something I was guilty of for very a long time as I would speak at a fast tempo and in a rush!! Whereas the other person maybe much more calm and relaxed than me, so they might miss what I am saying. They may not share my enthusiasm or maybe just think I am speaking…
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