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Neglecting The Spokes

The balance of life is temporarily fine if one of the spoke is neglected, but if there is a constant neglecting of a spoke of the wheel of life, one will see the consequences of the same.

Example: Not exercising for a week is a temporary neglection of the ‘body’ spoke, but not exercising at all will lead to illnesses and lack of energy.

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The Six-Spokes Theory divides our life into a wheel with six spokes, where all of them have to be tight and function smoothly. The aim is to lead a balanced and optimal life, and is not tied to the traditional idea of success.
The Spokes are as follows:

  1. Body: Your...

  • Most of us spend our whole day working, leaving us with less energy for other important areas of life.
  • In the Six Spokes Theory, the work spoke is just as important as your love spoke or your play spoke, and everything matters.
  • One has to spend the

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