“Psycho Cybernetic” Book Review

20170702_193451An incident on Monday 15th May 2017 triggered me to review my relation with the Internet, especially with Facebook, its interaction and my habit of replying in a ubiquitous manner. I was paused by the incident and enforced to rethink in a way of unparalleled thinker. I spent most of the time to rethink and came to in conclusion with few actions to initiate from immediate. Why should I consider excuses if I have not start up, in a contrast I must not manifest any excuse for success-type or winning-feeling. I have already cut the Internet connectivity in my house since last four years back and on the day I had decided to limit even the Internet from mobile data since I was using more than 6-7 GB data per month significantly spending time in professional work at home and social media for replying habit which was also increasing instability and unhappiness in my mind. I have been already limiting the Internet only to touch my official hours deliberately.

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Travel Diary – “Chitra Matra” philosophy lecture by Buddhist saint on cycle trail through Kapan Height

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Walking through Pullahari monastery at Kapan Height.

Kapan Height, KATHMANDU, 24th June 2017 – “Chitra Matra”, he said to me. He explained meaning of “Chitra matra” according to Buddhist philosophy. He has studied only Buddhist philosophy thirteen years in Kalingpoong. He seemed every gentleman and had unexpected calmness within style while talking with people. I have learned a lot from him. I met him at Pullahari Monastery on the way of my short cycle trail through Kapan height.

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Kautilya Neeti for ICT Management in Modern Age: at School of Management Tribhuvan University

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Standing with youth leaders of School of Management (MBA IT) in Tribhuvan University !!!

KIRTIPUR, 15 JUNE 2017 — Kautilya, an ancient philosopher namely called Chanakya, is unparalleled diplomat whose knowledge is not limited to management but also sported in economics, political science, power exercise, military operation and many other fields. His theories and concept are still extensively useful and valid in modern age.

Modern age is running in template or set of protocol or rules. However, we are here to bend reality in our way to get different result for newness. Perception of technology, here, has unparalleled view.  Continue reading “Kautilya Neeti for ICT Management in Modern Age: at School of Management Tribhuvan University”

Sharing: Success Mechanism Even for Small Goal of Our Life

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Sharing with 1600 plus youth in Ratriya Sabha Griha on Thursday, 8th June 2017.

KATHMANDU, Thursday, 8th June 2017 — Fighting into battle, whether you win or you learn. Nothing is west, but it the way how you construct those ways to turn your dream into reality in your life or your voice is to be heard by the rest of the world. It turns into reality following success mechanism.

Success mechanism is psycho cybernetic process of your mind – subconscious mind – and your conscious mind. Success mechanism (or impact theory) has three questions which we have to ask to ourselves each time during our struggle. They are 1.) Who do you want to be – Goal? 2.) How do you want to get those experiences – Method? and 3.) What would you contribute to the community – contribution? Here, we are going to explore about success mechanism which is not likely for life bur it is for few goals settings or project work or long term projects of our life.

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Contribute to the community — impact theory

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An aunt Posing for selfie in Bhaktpaur

She posed into my selfie voluntarily while I was fixing my mobile for a selfie with my kids in my locality. She posed since she amazed that she could view herself into mobile, expressed in local language – Newari. She was unknown of front camera of mobile. She is one of Aunties of my locality.

Her one sentence put me into thoughtful situation what actually I am doing for community, especially for my local community. Nothing was my answer.

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Likely to pay off NRs. 7.5m to American Companies — Prediction of my article in Annapurna Post in 2016 is likely to meet speculation nearby local election

Eco-NetPolitik - webPolitical parties in Nepal are likely to paying huge money to American companies for their sponsored link in social media according to Annapurna Post on Thursday, 11th May 2017 which I have already stated in 2016 releasing an article in Annapurna Post.

Prediction of my article in Annapurna Post in 2016 is likely to meet speculation nearby local election happening on Sunday 14th May 2017 in Nepal. The scene of Economics of Netpolitik would gain very different steering in upcoming general election in a way to push forward politics on the Internet differently.

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Social Media Richness in Digital Diplomacy in Nepal

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A woman getting a call from his son in Ghandruk in March 2017.

She was still using same cell phone with text dominating system but color phone which was gifted, second handed, six years ago by his son when he got new one. She showed me the phone and said it was the same phone when we met six years ago. She was using phone only to receive phone calls however she has started dialing from immediate, six years ago, I shared to operate properly. I told my number and she dialed again. Incoming call displaying name of “Dil Kumari Chhetry” on my phone was evidence of media richness using smart technology, for example – smart phone, cloud and the Internet – that I am using. However, she had also my number but it was saved as different name which is unknown to her since she can’t still recognize English script. This is a story of woman – Dil Kumary Chhetry – from Ghandruk which is one of accessible remote areas of Nepal and in line of Annapurna trail circuit. I revisited her in her house with my family in March 2017. I met her six years ago in December 2011 when I was in academic research of e-Government project work for Kathmandu University.

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