“The smallest act of kindness is worth more than the greatest intention.” – Kahlil Gibran

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The word “Kindness” has so many different connotations to it, which sometimes makes it daunting. Kindness is something that we all have within us, it comes from a part of our heart that is altruistic in nature. It stems from a place of love.

When we think of kindness, there are times when the experiences that come to our mind are those that create a larger impact on society. While, that is a part of kindness, it can also manifest itself in different ways, in our everyday life.

Taking some time out everyday to spread a little more love, a little more happiness and little more kindness creates a ripple effect in our life. When we do something small for someone else, the effect of that comes back to us.

Human beings are social animals and we feel an innate need for belongingness. It is in our nature to be a part of something bigger and that is seen to drive a lot of our behaviours. We can do small acts of kindness everyday to enhance it. This creates an environment that is loving and supportive, within our circle of influence.

I have been lucky enough to be a part of a wonderful team people and together we brainstormed, conceptualized, and created a Weekly Newsletter called The Lighthouse. It deals with different themes each week that steer us into thinking and working towards creating a source of different emotions, which will help us in dealing with the difficult times that we are continuously faced with.

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Published by Ichha Bhan

I have always been inclined towards psychology. I took my first psychology class in 9th grade and I never looked back. I have studied the subject for around 10 years and have had various experiences within the field. During my undergraduate program, I started working for a franchise called Brighter Minds. I was a facilitator for 4 years where I conducted a whole-brain development program for children between the ages of 5-15 years. It worked to enhance a child's observation skills, emotional integration, focus, attention, memory amongst many other things. I have also done a course called Cognitive Hypnotic Coaching from ICHARS (Institute of Clinical Hypnosis and Other Related Sciences) to get certified as a Life Coach and NLP Practitioner. I am also a meditation practitioner, I am part of the Heartfulness Practice. Some of the issues I talk about in my blog will have reference to the material I get from Heartfulness. The practice has equipped me to be a healer as well, which brings me to one more skill I have, which is Polarity Healing. Polarity Healing is a way to balance out the positive and negative charge we all possess as humans. When these energies are imbalanced, we feel all sorts of unpleasant feelings like anger, frustration, irritation, and restlessness, etc. Polarity healing balances out the energies and brings it back to a normal state, reducing unpleasant feelings. I have created this blog as a way to collate my knowledge and expertise and build a credible platform of information. I learn new information and techniques every day, this a way for me to share it with the world.

5 thoughts on “Kindness

  1. Hi Ichha ,
    When you care for others it’s very natural we show the word kindness…we will be in a state we didn’t even know that the act we do is kind to others…its very nicely you pen down your thoughts about kindness…I am not good in English…to Express my opinion about this article..I just felt about it…you have got very deep understanding…I hope you go still deeper to get the pearls of wisdom from within you..all the best thank you…

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  2. Very nice thought on kindness and insight on how human being by nature possess this kindness inbuilt which needs to be implemented in real life.


  3. Very nice thought on kindness and insight on how human being by nature possess this kindness inbuilt which needs to be implemented in real life.


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