Reshaping Thoughts

Ever thought why the question is always about whether the glass is half empty or half full. Why not, for a change, ponder over the fact why isn’t the glass of right size?

Although it may appear difficult, but if we are able to think with open minds, our thought process can be tuned to turn away from the conventional ways which we have been taught and seen in our daily lives. Could Nicolaus Copernicus’ would ever been able to place the hypothesis on Heliocentric model of earth, when the people believed and trusted the age old concept that sun revolves around earth, had he not questioned the old model with an open mind!

There are many other territories which still remain unexplored which could revolutionise the human life for better. Therefore, the need for alteration of single loop mono directional thinking. The theme Reshaping Thoughts is a small step for changing traditional ways of the perspective and concepts which could lead to betterment of society, bringing something new to the floor as well as something old, but in a new light!

It is believed that a man is judged by his deeds and the deeds arise from one’s thoughts and intentions. A newer & better outlook may give an entirely new direction to perceiving the things. Same can translate into actions that are acknowledged and appreciated by all.

Through this platform we want to bring out a different dimension to conventional concepts which we have been taught as children and which we carry as it is, most of them throughout our lifetime. We wish to emphasise that every idea has multiple aspects to it and mere reshaping the thoughts can bring about a major change.

As John F. Kennedy once said, “A man may die, nations may rise and fall, but an idea lives on.” Believing in same, the aim, through TEDxNMIMSBangalore, is to break the barriers of conventional thought process and provide new direction to think, or even just to consider, for even one good idea absorbed and implemented can make a huge difference.

Everything is not what it seems but only what you think it is. Consequently reshaping thoughts can not only provide new ideas, but also develop solutions to age old problems.