Unwavering Focus | Dandapani | TEDxReno The Science of Flirting: Being a H.O.T. 2 days ago   17:03

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We become good at what we practice and most of us are experts at practicing distraction. We live in a society that trains us to multi-task and jump from one thing to another in an uncontrolled way. The great panacea for a world plagued by distraction is learning and practicing the art of concentration. Living as a Hindu monk for 10 years Dandapani was trained in understanding the mind. There he learned and practiced the fine art of bringing concentration into everyday life. In this talk, Dandapani will share spiritual tools to learn to create unwavering focus in our lives and the boundless benefits that result from it.


Dandapani is a Hindu priest, speaker on self-development and an entrepreneur.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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Peace Bwithyou
I want my kid to be like Dandapani but he is being a Dandasoru.
Manjula Reshmi
Sir your voice♥️
Anon Sidious
Dhalsim. You win. Perfect
I wish I had heard this before!
Adarsh Nayak
Extraordinary! 🌏 Wow
Rohit Soni
Note: of this video
There are two levels of mind
One is : awareness (conscious mind)
Second is mind : ( subconscious mind ) where our knowledge is stored ( love , food , happiness etc.
Where your awareness goes you practice that kind of thing .
Best way to practice a concentration is to practice to pay
Attention whatevere you do throught your day .
Vince Duque
this was tremendous. Thank you.
A safari in Africa last year really cleared my mind.
Daya Z
So the question is: How do I practice concentration?
Shanta Subedi
You are my favorite one..😍😍
Mike Zubia
We can't really do anything without control over our attention and the ability to concentrate
Nijhum Reza
the only ted talk i watched without any time checking
Aarti Singh Janmeda
Thanks a lottttttttttttttttttttttttt Sir for sharing such an inspirational talk.
It really works and really appreciable best method for practicing concentration.
Urvansh Mehta
If you saw the video while he was talking about the wedding and vacation, you’ve failed the message.
Ankita Sharma
shrajan Tiwari
Amazing and easily feasible methodology. Hats off. I salute the deep knowledge and the excellent articulating ability of Dandpani sir. ✌✌👌
Blob Monster
He is talking about mindfulness.
Naman Ladha
What will happen if we keep on multi tasking for years and are successful financially and socially?
I’m genuinely asking
Jade Hunter
What are the White lines mean? I know what the red dot is. The third eye.
Good Vibe
Exercise starts at 10:35
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The Science of Flirting: Being a H.O.T. Unwavering Focus | Dandapani | TEDxReno 2 days ago   11:38

Is this person flirting with me? This question has plagued us from nearly the beginning of time. Social anthropologist Jean Smith, or ‘flirtologist’ if you will, demonstrates her 6 simple steps known as “H.O.T. A.P.E.” to help answer that very question. And it will forever change your perception of flirting from being a stranger’s evaluation of your worth into what it should be: a fun game!

Jean's purpose in life is understanding how people flirt. And people flirt differently in different cultures. She uses her background as a cultural and social anthropologist to help teach people how to flirt – to gain confidence and happiness in their lives by assisting them to projective a positive image of themselves. , she uses research and studies to emphasize the skills that we can all learn to interact more effectively. Jean also uses practical activities and interaction to bridge the brain and the body and apply the information to make our daily lives more rewarding. The basis of Jeans teachings comes from her background as a social anthropologist.. A few years ago, Jean published, The Flirt Interpreter, which is an accessible analysis of the research she conducted into the flirting behaviour of people in the cities of London, New York, Paris and Stockholm. She conducted 250 face-to-face interviews to ascertain flirting behaviour.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx

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