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Author: Saurabh Gandhi

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Psychology in Hindi is a source of research-based, unbiased, actionable and educational psychology content. Discussion of topics range from text book questions to real life queries that can be solved with the knowledge of psychology.

Find us on Youtube: www.youtube.com/psychologyinhindi
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To become self-realized is to know the truth about who you really are or knowing your true potential. But how do we achieve such a level of clarity? Listen to the entire podcast segment as I go over the utility of self therapy through self analysis and the techniques through which you can attain self-realization.
Dreams are so common yet we understand so little about them because of their complex and abstract nature. Even the scientists and psychologists who have tried to study dreams in the past were either looked down upon or their findings weren't taken seriously. Its hard to find many people who are on the same page when it comes to the purpose of dreams. Some materialistic scientists claim that dreams may just be a result of random neuron firing and some say that dreams are coherent and they are imbued with meaning. Its the latter mode of thinking that has been most useful for people who are trying to overcome their complexes, heal their traumas and get important insights for personal development. So, in this podcast segment, we try to expand our knowledge of dreams by discussing 8 Psychological facts.
In the modern times, the idea of a Simple life is often overlooked just because of its lack of expendience. Basically it is not "cool" to live a simple life. But what is a simple life really? Well, to start with, it is to reduce your physical and mental efforts to only do what is necessary and organize your life in such a way that it allows you to move ahead in life. So, listen to the entire podcast segment to learn how you can simplify your life.
As most of you know, the language of our brain is REPETITION. Whatever we do again and again decides our destiny, this is why habits are so important. But where good habits can help you become successful, enhance your productivity, improve your health and even sharpen your intellect, bad habits can decrease your productivity, worsen your health and even damage your brain. So, in this podcast segment, we go over 11 such Habits that can harm your brain. These will help you to understand what everyday habits of yours are healthy, what must stopped immediately and what should you add to your daily routine.
Friedrich Nietzsche was a man who suffered a lot in his life and in order to deal with this pain, he embraced the idea of AMOR FATI i.e. THE LOVE OF FATE. Loving your fate means that no matter what life throws at you, you make the best out of it. In his own life, Nietzsche didn't make much money, his books sell dismally, he got rejected twice for his love proposal and his health also started to decline prematurely. This series of events drove him to accept whatever his life gave him and in the case of things that are out of your control, this is the best way to prevent any kind of resentment or regret. So, in this podcast segment we talk more about Nietzsche's philosophy so that you can also apply his ideas into your life and learn how to navigate through tough times.
Your Decision-making skills are based on the type of questions you ask yourself whenever you're making a choice. Questions that will help you understand the risks, rewards, financial threat, etc of your decision. But this doesn't mean that you can take a perfect decision, what works now may not work later. So, in this podcast segment, I give you 5 simple questions that you can ask yourself while making a decision which may help you get the desired results. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
If you want to learn the right way to deal with Loneliness and never feel lonely ever, then you need to understand what is at the core of this problem. It is neither the lack of friends nor your bad social skills, although these factors may help in the short term but when we reach the root of loneliness, we quickly discover that it is your inability to sit with yourself that is causing you to suffer. You can't listen to your thoughts. You are not INDIVIDUATED. So, in this podcast segment we discuss the evolutionary reasons behind this feeling and how you can cure loneliness so that even if you're all alone or in bad company you never feel any negative emotion. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Contrary to the popular belief, physical attraction is a complicated thing. The science behind passionate love builds upon the Darwinian notion of natural selection and the most interesting part is that you can apply or even observe as these modes of behavior play out in real life. So, in this podcast segment we go over 9 Physical traits of men that women find most attractive. 📽️ FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Contrary to the popular belief, physical attraction is a complicated thing. The science behind passionate love builds upon the Darwinian notion of natural selection and the most interesting part is that you can apply or even observe as these modes of behavior play out in real life. So, in this podcast segment we go over 9 Physical traits of women that men find most attractive.
Critical Thinking is the ability to think clearly, use logic to solve problems, see the link between ideas, and question ideas rather than just accepting them. It is like a mode of having an independent thought process. If you think critically then you're more likely to win debates easily and see the patters that most people ignore. So, in this podcast segment, we go in detail about what is critical thinking and how you can also develop this skill to achieve more in your life.
Dr. Jordan Peterson is a Clinical Psychologist and the author of Maps of Meaning and 12 Rules for Life. Peterson has introduced millions of people to the profound ideas of greatest thinkers like Dostoevsky, Nietzsche, and Jung. Due to his bold claims and emphasis on telling the truth, he is hated by some and loved by many but one thing is for sure, there is so much that we can learn from him. So, in this podcast segment, we go over 3 of his biggest lessons. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Discussions about I.Q or Intelligence Quotient almost always lead towards a really controversial or uncomfortable path, nobody wants to talk about the I.Q related research because it triggers certain people but that shouldn't stop anyone who is curious to understand the true nature of I.Q and mysteries surrounding it like the age-old question "CAN WE INCREASE OUR I.Q". I.Q is triggering mostly for those who think that if you work hard enough, you can achieve anything but it this true? Isn't there a genetic limit as to how intelligent or competent one can get? Listen to this episode to find out answers to these questions and more. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Either you're looking for a future investment or considering the possibility of a rainy day, keeping a stack of cash saved could be a really smart move. Saving money seems like common sense but there's a lot of psychological and economic research that confirms this age-old wisdom. So, in this podcast segment, we are going to discuss 5 of the most effective Psychological tricks to save more money and become financially stable. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Shwetabh Gangwar a.k.a Mensutra's self-help book named "THE RUDEST BOOK EVER" has become one of the go-to personal development books for the youth. The life lessons given in the book are simple to understand yet offensive to some. Nonetheless, there are many deep psychological lessons that can be extracted out of this book. In this podcast segment, I go over 3 such lessons and explain them using a Psychological lens. 📽️ FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
To choose our partner wisely, we have to really be aware of our own as well as our partner's psychology. Good relationships require self-awareness, similarities, trust, passionate love, and the ability to tell each other the truth. So, in this podcast segment, we will talk about four such factors that will help you to choose the person who is best suitable for you. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Just like other emotional states, anger is neither good or bad. However, anger can become problematic if it leads to aggression, outbursts, or even physical altercations. Anger control is important for helping you avoid saying or doing something you may regret. So, in this podcast segment, you will learn what is the root cause of anger and what are the exercises that you can perform in order to manage and control your anger. 📽️ FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
To have self-control and discipline in your life means that you are not fazed by any temptation or distraction, you have mastered your psychology by the virtue of control. This is the only way you can learn to delay gratification for a greater good. So, in this podcast segment, I go over the research of American Psychologist, Dr. Jonathan Bricker that will help you understand the only path of achieving self-control and discipline. 📽️ FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
It is common to wonder what other people think of you when it comes to looks, personality and overall attractiveness. Sometimes insecurities get in the way leading to self-consciousness of things that don't matter to someone else. You may not realize you are attractive, but there are personal attributes others may find unique, admirable, and even sexy. Just because someone hasn't mentioned, it doesn't mean you aren't desirable for anyone or many people. So, in this podcast segment, we are going to discuss 7 signs that you are more attractive than you think. 📽️ FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
The Happiness Hypothesis: Finding Modern Truth in Ancient Wisdom is a 2006 psychology book by Jonathan Haidt written for a general audience. In it, Haidt poses several "Great Ideas" on happiness espoused by thinkers of the past – Plato, Buddha, Jesus and others – and examines them in the light of contemporary psychological research, extracting from them any lessons that still apply to our modern lives. Central to the book are the concepts of virtue, happiness, fulfillment, and meaning. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
Stories are recognizable patterns, and in those patterns we find meaning. We use stories to make sense of our world and to share that understanding with others. They are the signal within the noise. So powerful is our impulse to detect story patterns that we see them even when they're not there. Listen to the entire podcast segment to learn more about stories. 📽️FIND US ON YOUTUBE: WWW.YOUTUBE.COM/PSYCHOLOGYINHINDI
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vikrant hole

👍

Sep 26th
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vimal raturi

Background music is not good, although podcast is informative

Sep 8th
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Mukesh Kumar

you are doing great job! i love to listen while working

Aug 27th
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Black Mamba

thanks for awesome podcast ,👍👍👍

Jun 30th
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Archana Asok Nair

Do you have any English Channel as well?

Jun 20th
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Sourav Shama

aur bhi Book summary lana

Jun 13th
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Jatin Baghel

So according to you... Subhi ko kabhi na kabhi esa feel ho hi jata hai ki life ke hone ka koi meaning nahi hai? Dude I'm 28 right now and mujhe last 4 saal me kayi baar esa hua hai jab maine feel kiya ki mere hone ka koi matlab mahi hai.... like yeah... maine apni existence par shaqq kiya but question yeh hai ki kya yeh "realisation" hona achhi baat hai? Because everyone around me is like.... basss jee rahe hain.... and I'm like... I know life ka koi meaning nahi hai but still I'm doing my deeds because this is what we can do (follow the same process or pattern)... for living... for make our parents happy.... sometimes it feels like everyone is fucking programmed and they are not even aware of it.

Jun 5th
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Jatin Baghel

Damn! It makes me feel bad. But at the same time I feel I myself is a believer of Nihilism.

Jun 5th
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Mohit kumar

Thank you for all these great audio

May 23rd
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Mohit kumar

thank you

May 23rd
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ambuj SHARMA

Your talking quality is very good

May 17th
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Chander Kant

Nice clarification on the topic!! Thanks!

May 11th
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Deval Shah

very useful information entrepreneurs need psychology tooo amazing thank you

Apr 26th
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Himanshu Chaudhary

nice video

Apr 24th
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Abhishek Das

great and really interesting

Apr 24th
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ashish mishra

👍

Apr 8th
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Deval Shah

make podcast on Paradox

Apr 7th
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Deval Shah

please make more podcast on Meaning of life

Apr 7th
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Deval Shah

ocean of knowledge

Apr 7th
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The inside Balance

loved it

Mar 27th
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