Sunday, January 24, 2021

Articles by Dr Saroja Srinivasan

How to be better at communication

How to speak clearly and precisely, to achieve better communication, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Understanding anger

It is important to use feelings of anger to bring about a positive change, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Benefits of mindfulness meditation

This meditative technique helps us understand and cope with situations in real time, without being judgmental writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Precious moments

For families that have seen discord between mothers and adult children, the upcoming Mother’s Day may be the perfect opportunity to make amends, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Sense of community

Traditional societies continue to remain connected in modern times, their notion of community going beyond the sociological, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

When actions are lost in translation

Transforming knowledge into action brings about positive change, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

Why Gandhi is still relevant today

The Mahatma’s message can guide everyday life as well as global affairs, writes SAROJA SRINIVASAN

On being mindful

The new trend of adult colouring-in books can help people de-stress and relax as part of an everyday routine, SAROJA SRINIVASAN writes
Dr. Srinivasan is a western trained clinical psychologist by profession; has been living in Sydney for over 40 years; interested in wisdom traditions in particular Indian philosophy and how it can inform us to lead a happy life; in her columns she has tried to synthesise her personal and professional experiences in dealing with everyday situations

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