I am passionate about living a meaningful life. For me, it comes through understanding of inner self and application of this knowledge into everyday life. I work as an engineering project manager at genomics research company. I am also a second year student in MIT's system design and management program.
BMHS Profile: BODY (Physique, Health and Senses) – How do you keep or would like to keep your Body Healthy, Well and Personable?
I like to take a long walk or ride bike. I also enjoy hikes on mountains. Besides helping me staying fit, they also let me experience nature. As for diet, I constantly try to practice moderation in everything I eat or drink.
BMHS Profile: MIND (Thoughts and Ideas) – How do you keep or would like to keep your Mind Uplifted, Calm and Creative?
I practice mindful meditation. When I am inside and seated, I focus on breathing. When I am outside walking or driving, I find a sound or object to focus on. I find this helps me to live in the "now" moment.
BMHS Profile: HEART (Emotions and Feelings) – How do you keep or would like to keep your Heart Loving, Kind and Compassionate?
First recognizing that there is harmony in nature and then learning how to live in harmony (with myself and with everyone else).
BMHS Profile: SPIRIT (Access to the Source of Creation) – How do you or would like to access to your Spirit – the source of everything?
Self-surrendering through meditation, contemplation and simply allowing to just "be". I am learning about this every single day.
Daniel Gilbert is a Harvard professor who had done research on what makes us happy. He shares his interesting finding in the following video.
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