Swami Vivekananda’s Rules of Success

1. Love Is The Law Of Life: All love is expansion, all selfishness is contraction. Love is therefore the only law of life. He who loves lives, he who is selfish is dying. Therefore, love for love’s sake, because it is law of life, just as you breathe to live.

2. It’s Your Outlook That Matters: It is our own mental attitude, which makes the world what it is for us. Our thoughts make things beautiful, our thoughts make things ugly. The whole world is in our own minds. Learn to see things in the proper light.
3. Life is Beautiful: First, believe in this world – that there is meaning behind everything. Everything in the world is good, is holy and beautiful. If you see something evil, think that you do not understand it in the right light. Throw the burden on yourselves!
4. It’s The Way You Feel: Feel like Christ and you will be a Christ; feel like Buddha and you will be a Buddha. It is feeling that is the life, the strength, the vitality, without which no amount of intellectual activity can reach God.
5. Set Yourself Free: The moment I have realised God sitting in the temple of every human body, the moment I stand in reverence before every human being and see God in him – that moment I am free from bondage, everything that binds vanishes, and I am free.
6. Don’t Play The Blame Game: Condemn none: if you can stretch out a helping hand, do so. If you cannot, fold your hands, bless your brothers, and let them go their own way.
7. Help Others: If money helps a man to do good to others, it is of some value; but if not, it is simply a mass of evil, and the sooner it is got rid of, the better.
8. Uphold Your Ideals: Our duty is to encourage every one in his struggle to live up to his own highest idea, and strive at the same time to make the ideal as near as possible to the Truth.
9. Listen To Your Soul: You have to grow from the inside out. None can teach you, none can make you spiritual. There is no other teacher but your own soul.
10. Be Yourself: The greatest religion is to be true to your own nature. Have faith in yourselves!
11. Nothing Is Impossible: Never think there is anything impossible for the soul. It is the greatest heresy to think so. If there is sin, this is the only sin – to say that you are weak, or others are weak.
12. You Have The Power: All the powers in the universe are already ours. It is we who have put our hands before our eyes and cry that it is dark.
13. Learn Everyday: The goal of mankind is knowledge… now this knowledge is inherent in man. No knowledge comes from outside: it is all inside. What we say a man ‘knows’, should, in strict psychological language, be what he ‘discovers’ or ‘unveils’; what man ‘learns’ is really what he discovers by taking the cover off his own soul, which is a mine of infinite knowledge.
14. Be Truthful: Everything can be sacrificed for truth, but truth cannot be sacrificed for anything.
15. Think Different: All differences in this world are of degree, and not of kind, because oneness is the secret of everything.
Swami Vivekananda (1863-1902) india :
He is one of the most admired spiritual leaders of India. The world knows him as an inspiring Hindu monk, his motherland regards him as the patriot saint of modern India, and Hindus consider him as a source of spiritual power, mental energy, strength-giving and open-mindedness

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How to relax from stress by Jacobson Relaxation – Method

Jacobson’s relaxation technique, also called “Progressive Relaxation Therapy” is a technique for learning to control the state of tension in one’s own muscles. It was developed by American physician Dr.Edmund Jacobson in the early 1920.
This relaxation technique helps to relax the entire body by releasing muscular tension that accumulates as a person experiences a stressful situation like fatigue, tension, anxiety and other psychosomatic disorders.
Today majority of psychiatrists, psychologists and other therapists all over the world suggesting this relaxation technique to help their clients to overcome their physical and psychological problems.
Those who have followed Jacobson relaxation, claim that this technique cured not only tight muscles and cramps, but also reduced the intensity of pain, and managed their stress and anxiety. The technique involves learning when each specific muscle group in the body is stiff by tensing that muscle group and then letting it go.
This learning session is a simple physical exercise and can be practiced anybody.In order to receive maximum benefit, it is recommended to practice this technique every day for at least 20 minutes at the same time every day in a quiet, comfortable place.
Dr Edmund Jacobson founded the International Stress Management Association, which continues his work to this day. The International Stress Management Association produces publications and offers trainings in Jacobson’s relaxation therapy.
Jacobson’s training procedures involve the alternation of tensing muscles and relaxing muscles, with the specific intention of developing an acute awareness of the difference.
Jacobson Relaxation – Method
This technique is simple and easy to practice. Once you start practicing you find it much simpler easier and start feeling comfortable. The following procedure takes approximately 20 minutes. Follow the steps in the order given below.

1. Select a place where you can lie down comfortably or comfortable chair, preferably a reclining one.
2. Switch off the television and cell phone for 20 minutes, if necessary set an alarm to ring after 20 minutes. Make sure that room is quiet and nobody disturbs you, if desired you can have soft instrumental music with our lyrics.
3. Slowly close both eyes, take two deep breaths, and feel yourself “let go”, the relaxation feeling starts from here.
4. Extend both arms straight out and slowly clench your fists… gradually increase the tension level until all the muscles in your fingers and hands are fully tight… then relax. Let your arms drop naturally. Be aware of the difference between feelings of “Tension” and “Relaxation”.
5. Extend both arms again, straight out, and tense the muscles of your lower arm and elbow… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax… let your arms drop naturally to your side.
6. Tense the muscles in your forehead by frowning… hold it, become aware of the feeling… this is area where the tension accumulates and create tension.now relax… let all the muscles in your forehead become smoother and smoother.
7. Tense the muscles in your face… keep your lips into mouth and squeeze them tightly. Close the eyes still tightly and feel the tense… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
8. Tense the muscles in your neck… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax. Turn your head towards your right side. Relax and then left side. Relax.
9. Tense the muscles of the right shoulder… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
10. Tense the muscles of elbow, wrist, fingers and tips of the fingers, hold and now relax.
11. Tense the muscles of the left shoulder.. hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
12. Tense the muscles of left elbow, wrist, fingers and tips of the fingers.. hold and now relax.
13. Tense the muscles of the back, first the upper back and then the lower… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
14. Tense the muscles of your chest… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax. Feel the relaxation in your chest and around.
15. Tense the muscles of your stomach… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
16. Tense the muscles of your abdomen… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
17. Tense the muscles of your right upper leg – all the muscles of the thigh… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
18. Tense the muscles of your left upper leg – all the muscles of the thigh… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
19. Tense the muscles of your right lower leg – all the muscles of the knee and calf… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
20. Tense the muscles of your left lower leg – all the muscles of the knee and calf… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
21. Tense the muscles of your right foot and toes… hold it, become aware of the feeling… now relax.
22. Tense the muscles of your right foot and toes… hold it, become aware of the feeling…now relax.
23. Now concentrate on relaxing all the muscles of your body. Become aware of any areas that might still be tense in any way, and relax them. Maintain this state of total muscle relaxation for at least three minutes.
24. Visualise the success mentally. Although it was not suggested by Dr Edmund Jacobson, you can develop mental imagery as if you have achieved the goal. (Through Self-hypnotism, meditation etc.
25. Open your eyes stretch, and feel refreshed… enjoy the feeling of relaxation.

Practice Jacobson’s exercises initially each day for 15 consecutive days preferably in the morning before breakfast or in the evening before dinner. It can be continued for ever to maintain good physical and mental health.

This systematic process of muscle relaxation, although quite simple, has proved to be a very powerful and useful technique in helping athletes and students develop an acute awareness of muscle tension and learn to control the adverse effects. This routine must be practiced regularly for mastery of the skills you need to acquire.

This technique is highly suggested to the people in the fields of sports, dancers and athletes, besides the students and others who are under stress.

How to find a job in melbourne

 

My advice the job searching on web based i.e seek,carreone,gumtree is just wastage of the time and energy.

 

1)Try to find out the direct jobs in the leading retail jobs or direct from the advertiser. Use your creative ideas to search at the searching engine “like top retail store chains of melbourne” “Top hireing companies “.

2)Tryout the Directory of the Employment agencies /recrutment agencies

http://www.aussieweb.com.au/directory/employment+agencies/#7061

http://www.truelocal.com.au/find/recruitment-agency/vic/melbourne-city/

3)Before landing in Australia make the list of the good local contacts .Arrange asmany local contact as much you can.

4)Tell them when your are coming but be sure you must have plan B and plan C ready with you.

5)Try to join local meet up groups based on our interest/culture/ ethics/choices .You are not landing in alien planet .Your are about to became aussie. So very first day you arrive here think, eat, sleep, walk, behave like Aussie.

6)TRAM no 35 is free moving on the city loop .Board it and have look and feel of city culture

7)Talk to all it is good to make new connection which may turned to good helping hand or friends. They do have brain body emotions only difference is colour creed or culture. Try to adjust as fast as you can in Australian environment.

8)Every migrant has his /her own story of arrival and survival learn from it.

9)If you are PR you can do two Govt funded course free in a year. So initially when you are free try to enroll in one of these .But make sure real value of the course not just a piece of certificates.

10)last but not the least the official website http://www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au having good material

Best of luck for job hunting in melbourne

cheers

How to find Support services offered to Migrants

Dear friends

Here are below somes useful links for the support services offered to migrants

 

http://www.myfuture.edu.au/services/default.asp?FunctionID=5002&Action=Advanced
http://forums.australia-migration.com/showthread.php?t=14032
http://www.jobfindcentre.com.au/

• Australian Government-Department for Immigration
• Australian Catholic Migrant and Refugee Office (ACMRO) http://www.acmro.catholic.org.au/index.htm
• Australia’s settlement services for refugees and migrants
http://www.aph.gov.au/library/intguide/sp/settlement.htm
• Refugee council of Australia http://www.refugeecouncil.org.au/newsevents/newsltrs.html
• Westgate Migrant Resource Centre – http://www.wmrc.org.au/
• International Organization for Migration (IOM) Web site: http://www.iom.int/australia/
• The Department of Families, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs housing and homelessness services:
http://www.fahcsia.gov.au/internet/facsinternet.nsf/aboutfacs/programs/house-nav.htm
http://www.fahcsia.gov.au/sa/communities/overview/Pages/default.aspx will assist you in finding links to
housing related information including the Supported Accommodation Assistance Program (SAAP) and emergency
accommodation
http://www.realestate.com.au/ real estate portal
http://www.s-h-a.com.au/ Student Housing Australia

How to Plan Your Trip in Melbourne

I am  migrant from India .i initially stayed at myfriend home in Truganina .They all were working .They goto works and i am only left at the home .I have tried various job searching engines .But no one is responding well.Only confirmation of the mails send as job application are i was recieving .It it is really frustrating to stay at home .so i try came out from home to featch some job .My friend has given me myki  card i don’t know how to use it . But the person out here in melbourne are really nice and helpful .The help me in recharging my mikicard .This mikicard is applicable in all Public transports in the melbourne.You can recharge in bus or in tram or in metro self charging machines. I got recharge my miki card in the bus no 446 to reach at william landing station .then i board my first metro to flinder street.But here is some advice Before you take first step out of you home in melbourne

When planning a journey in advance, make sure you check the journey again closer to the date you are travelling, as services may change.

Look out for information on fares and tickets

Look out for various timetable information .

Look out for links to station and stop information

to plan yourtip few helpful website are
www.jp.ptv.vic.gov.au
www.ptv.vic.gov.au/journey
www.metrotrains.com.au/plan
www.visitvictoria.com/Information/Route-planner

so very best of luck for your first step out of home in melbourne

cheers