Brainstilling vs. Brainstorming
is a collective method of
creative problem solving
One major reason why
brainstorming is useful is that it helps to free us from 'fixed ideas'.
Brainstilling is about silencing your mind
and listening to your inner guide and the Universe.
Engage Your Subconscious Mind
Brainstilling can be used when you need to
arrive silently and peacefully, preferably in a 'Room
of Silence', to a rational and enduring decision. Silence here "does not
mean only absence of speech, but a perfect calm in body, mind and heart. Let
decision maker retire from life-problems, sit in silence, invoke peace,
concentrate on the problem,
meditate over the situation and wait for the
'inner guidance' to reach the solution," advises Dr. G.P. Gupta.1
Meditation is the most powerful mid tool ever
developed. Meditation has been scientifically proven to improve
intelligence, memory, alertness, and to integrate
left and right brain functioning. It has been shown to improve physical,
mental, and emotional health. In a word, meditation is an invaluable tool to
ensure that your employees are at their very best – every day...
Management by Consciousness
Management by consciousness is "an exercise in
harmonizing men, material and methods toward the fulfillment of goals
leading to human development, social benefit and global welfare."1
Ethical business in consecrated to a sacred cause and universal welfare.
Management begins with self. "It is only a person who manages himself well
can hope to manage others. Management Development cannot take place without
Self-Development. Without the mastery of one's own ego, the containment of
the turbulent enemy within, of what avail is the manipulation of mere
must find ways to energize the process of
struggle to reach perfection through workplace, a place for self-realization
and Divine within."1...
One very successful company schedules a special
meeting – the "circles of silence" – every month in every department.2
The meeting is designed to give everyone a chance to talk about subjects
other than routine matters. As the CEO explains, "We begin with twenty
minutes of complete silence which studies have shown,
changes the brain