10 Things We Learnt From Gaur Gopal Das During The Sunday Brunch Episode

Make your life a celebration!

by Ankita Mazumdar
10 Things We Learnt From Gaur Gopal Das During The Sunday Brunch Episode

Are you on the lookout for some motivation to quickly wrap up work and log off for the weekend to reflect on life, make memories and touch some grass? Then, here are some of the best things we learnt from the wise Gaur Gopal Das on this Sunday Brunch episode with our Editor-in-Chief, Kamiya Jani.

10 Simple And Effective Things We Learnt From Gaur Gopal Das

The following are some of the things we learnt from Das Ji:

  • In this hustle and bustle of life, it is extremely crucial to have a self-care routine and someme timeto rejuvenate oneself from burning out.
  • It is better to cater to your mental, emotional and physical needs before helping others, so that you may give your best.
  • It is important to understand that anger is a natural human emotion and reaction towards extreme pressure.
  • It is absolutely okay to be vulnerable with your emotions.
  • Let go of the guilt.
  • Every step towards success is a learning experience and not a failure.
  • According to him, if self-care and spiritual connection are balanced and attained, then you have the strength to pay attention to other things.
  • “When looking for a life partner, there has to be an extreme balance between the head and the heart,he said and emphasised to not overlook the mind.
  • The universe and its divine energies correspond to our actions.
  • Don’t just go to parties, make your life a celebration and celebrate every day!

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A 5-Second Game With Guruji

Gaur Gopal Das
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We played a fun game with Gaur Gopal Das where he had five seconds to answer a couple of words with the first thought that popped into his mind. The first word Kamiya said was, Love and to this, Das ji replied with service. That is quite an interesting equation!

Next was wisdom and our guest’s response was experience. To relationships, he responded with commitment, magic to life and money to essential. Then, for anger, He said ‘ego’ which is to be curbed. Lastly, he answered that hate is a word that is killing most relationships these days.

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