Mahatma Gandhi Three Monkeys
It is said that Mahatma Gandhi possessed a lot of property; the three monkeys originated in the writings of Confucius, Taoism, and Japanese Shintoism, with glasses, sandals, a pocket watch, a small bowl and plate, and interesting, the fifth part was the statue of three wise monkeys.
In Japanese Shintoism, there are three monkeys –
- Do not see any evil
- Kikozaru, who listens to evil; and
- Iwazaru, whoever speaks badly?
These (Gandhi three monkeys) are similar to our actions or observation, listening, and speaking.
You can ask, and rightly, how realistic is it not to say no evil, to leave alone in these troubles, refused to see any evil? Let’s see how Gandhiji looked like this. I think he was dependent on two additional monkeys. Whoever cannot think of bad and who cannot feel bad.
Gandhi Three Monkeys Say No Evil, Hear No Evil, See No Evil
What we do (say, listen, see) is a ceremony that we think and what we feel. So the work of these two monkeys was to work on Miruju, Kikarujaru, and Iwajaru; what we think, feel and work about the natural, natural and authentic we think about our strengths.
Alex Linley and Susan Harrington have defined them as the current potential for emotions, thinking, and behavior, which allows optimal functioning (authentic and excited user) in fulfilling valuable performance and development results.
Interactions of thoughts and feelings that make our character power
The importance of our emotions work with our thinking processes to do those functions and in return we have results. To change the result, we have to change the emotions and thoughts process together.
The fact is that Gandhi will have pain, suffering, and frustration when he saw that his fellow citizens raise weapons. They must have felt the feeling of disappointment in Dandi, Jalianwalla Bagh, and Chauri Chaura. He must have felt very sad, seeing his wife and best friend, will take the last breath, in his own hands.
It is very interesting that it helps with the feelings of fear and frustration that they can find their values. Gandhiji borrowed from the Bible (Luke 6:29) and the Koran (chapter 41, Verse 34-35) when he preached the philosophy of changing the other cheek.
You should show courage – be prepared for shocks – many shocks – to show that you will not strike back – neither do you have to separate. . . And when – you do so that it demands something in the human nature – something that hates you and increases its respect. I think Christ understood that and I – I have worked it – from Gandhi script (Gandhi three monkeys)
Before reaching a conclusion, negative emotions get worse let me fix the wrong impression
Important mission to negative emotions holds important information
There is nothing wrong about moving negative feelings. There is no harm in looking at a bad emotional response.
– Anger means that taking away something of value or an injustice has happened. If you are angry if you want to look for repairs, then it is about proper expression of anger, through meaningful conversations and what changes do matter.
– Fear is an indication that something you value is at grave risk. It is a signal to seek adequate protection.
– Envy is a signal that you desire a skill or object that another person has. If you are jealous, sulking about the fairness might seem an appropriate response, but ultimately you might want to consider the pathways of exerting more energy and effort or even learning from the individual.
– Frustration is a feeling that you have when you encounter obstacles placed in your path. If you face frustration, you might need to utilize your creativity to explore alternate pathways.
– Anxiety is an emotion that surfaces when you trust that the challenge you face is far higher than the resources and abilities you possess. If you are faced with nervousness or stress, you might want to evaluate some resources that you could utilize, or even recall how you have resolved similar problems in the past.
On the other end, boredom is an emotion when the challenge is far lower than your skill. It’s time to raise your ambition.