What To Do When The Universe Serves You Veggies | Vishen Lakhiani & Dr. Srikumar Rao

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In this video, Vishen introduces a powerful personal growth concept from Srikumar Rao called the vegetable moment. Have you ever received something you didn’t want but it was what you actually needed? That was a vegetable moment.

In our self improvement journey, the universe may serve us veggies along the way when we really want ice cream. But veggies are what we need in the moment in order to grow, to develop a growth mindset.

What the universe is trying to tell you when it serves you with unpleasant experiences is that you are ready for maturity. That you are ready for the next phase in personal development.

Watch this video to understand how veggies and ice cream relate with self development.😉

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✅As the hands-on CEO of Mindvalley, Vishen has created Mindvalley Quests, A-Fest, and Mindvalley University, which help shape lives in the personal transformation field.

✅He has led Mindvalley to enter and train Fortune 500 companies, governments, and millions of people around the world to live their most extraordinary lives. Vishen’s work in personal growth also extends to the public sector, as a speaker and activist working to evolve the core systems that influence our lives – including education, work culture, politics, and wellbeing.

✅Vishen is also the New York Times Bestselling author of The Code of the Extraordinary Mind and The Buddha and The Badass, both of which reveal how to think like some of the greatest non-conformist minds of our era and create new rules for life AND work so you define success on your own terms.

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  1. Have you had a veggie moment in your life? 😃 Join Srikumar Rao and Vishen Lakhiani in this 100% FREE masterclass and discover 5 mental models that will change your life and teach you how to be more resilient. Click here now:🙂👉https://go.mindvalley.com/KooelgNg

  2. Veggies for the children and the “adults”. They are very important for the health of the body. 😉💫💫💫✨✨✨✨🌠🎇🎇🎇💜💜💜🎄🎄🎄

  3. I like veggies. So if i see not so good things in life = veggies.
    I can thake that Diffrently in me mind to have a oder look or thinking about it. That is haelty .

  4. Sir Lakihiani. You are anticipating a great Uplifting change in Global level. Banking, Finance, Education, Aviation, Shipping, Tourism, Health Care, Economy, Food industry, vegetation, even religions, For a giant corporation like are running is a trendsetter for disrupting the whole life and industry for better but even the most low level life can become extreme rich. No more future slavery whether by law or by culture.

    • @*The World Teacher – Jagadguru Svāmī Vegānanda*tbh it surprises me that vishen isn’t (yet, at least) given his strong desire for self improvement, to be a leader, and to be a good parent.

  5. 🐟 30. FOOD & DIET:

    Foods in the mode of purity promote good physical and mental health.
    Such foods include (above all) fruits, vegetables, nuts, pulses, grains, roots, flowers, seeds, tubers, bulbs, herbs, and of course, purified water (or milk, in the case of infants).
    To be included in this classification, the food must be LIVING, that is, fresh and raw (or at most, steamed or lightly sautéed, if one is residing in a cold clime). Most animals subsist on living foodstuffs, so to be considered healthy, the food must be both living and natural.
    As with all herbivorous mammals, humans who consume a pure diet normally experience a bowel movement after each substantial meal.

    Foods in the mode of passion promote indigestion and overly-excite the mind.
    Such foods are basically the same as above, but with excessive amounts of oil, spices, sweeteners, salt and/or other condiments added.
    To be included in this category, the VEGETARIAN* foods may be properly cooked, but not overcooked, and mildly to moderately spiced.

    Foods in the mode of darkness cannot rightly be called ‘food’ at all, and invariably cause digestive upsets, such as constipation and diarrhoea.
    Such ‘offal’ is either stale, putrid, decayed, carcinogenic, overcooked (or even worse, burnt), processed beyond recognition, or the remnants of another’s meal (that is, food which is leftover by a person who is lower in the hierarchy of society than the person who intends to consume it).
    Again, to be included in this classification, the food is to be of wholly PLANT or fungal origin.

    It is an undeniable scientific fact that humans are a HERBIVOROUS species (more specifically, a predominantly frugivorous, or fruit-eating, animal). There is not a single aspect of human psychology or physiology which even suggests that we were designed or evolved to feed on animals. Animal consumption is lawful only if there is a scarcity of (actual) food. However, to be fair, some races have adapted reasonably well to an omnivorous diet due to residing in regions of the earth where edible vegetation has been scarce, for millennia before the twentieth century. But even then, those races have been found to improve their health when their diet had been enriched with vegetation.

    Milk is intended solely for consumption by infants of the SAME species. Cow’s milk is for baby cows, not adult humans. The logic is overwhelming, but unfortunately, not all persons are capable of reaching such a base level of logic to understand that it is unnatural for a human to suckle on the teats of a cow or goat. Furthermore, like all unnatural substances, dairy products are harmful to human physiology.

    Unnecessarily killing and/or consuming animals is an ABOMINABLE action. It is not natural for humans to hunt animals like sheep, cows, goats, rabbits, chicken, and fish, and gorge on their bloody carcasses. Sheep, rabbits, and cows are food for carnivorous animals such as lions, tigers and wolves, and fish is food for marine and semi-aquatic species. Do humans live in the ocean? Of course not! Then why is it necessary for us to go into the water to find our food? Is that sensible? Not at all, unless, as previously mentioned, one is afflicted with true hunger (and even in the event that one is literally dying of starvation, one ought to, from a moral perspective, as far as practical, eat those animals which are lower in the hierarchy of sentience, such as seafood. Slaughtering a primate is immeasurably more sinful than feeding on crustacean, for instance).

    “And God said, ‘Behold, I have given you every plant yielding seed that is on the face of all the earth, and every tree with seed in its fruit. You shall have them for food.’”
    Genesis 1:29.

    “Let food be thy medicine,
    and let medicine be thy food.”
    Hippocrates,
    Father of modern medicine.

    *The term “Vegetarian” is used LITERALLY here, that is, “one who subsists on vegetation”. One who consumes vegetation and dairy and/or eggs is properly called a “lacto-vegetarian” or a “lacto-ovo vegetarian”, respectively.
    The term “vegan” is not directly related to diet, but to the philosophy of unnecessarily harming animal life. Animal killing is permissible only in the case of hunger, self-defence, or eradication of vermin from one’s dwelling and work places. Obviously, veganism is to be promoted as the ideal way of life for all humans.
    P. S. For a thorough explanation of the three ‘modes’ mentioned above, refer to Chapter 18.

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