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My near death experience unveiled the Secret of Daily Focus | Sukhi Wahiwala | TEDxAstonUniversity

  • Published on Jul 12, 2017
  • In his talk Sukhi Wahiwala will reveal the “7 Steps Process” he took to take control of his mind to say “Goodbye” to wasted days. Sukhi harnesses the power of “Laser Like Focus”, which enabled him and will enable you, to unlock & accomplish all you want to achieve on demand.
    Sukhi Wahiwala is a successful British born Sikh, who has been schooled in business by his parents, with “7 Generations of Family Business Ancestry”. As a successful serial Entrepreneur, he was able to build and establish a “Small Business Empire”.
    This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at www.ted.com/tedx

Comments • 435

  • Cynthia Hawkins
    Cynthia Hawkins 4 years ago +134

    My sister and I were privileged to care for at home, witness and assist at the natural death (she was 95) of our beloved mother. It was three years of hilarity, heartbreak, physical messiness, and fierce connection - sometimes all at once! But I can tell you this: 1-we were all profoundly altered - forever, by having been part of this, and 2-my 'little fears and daily anxieties' have disappeared, following this life changing time in our lives. Context shifted, meanings revisited, the small niggly piggies? Departed. Mother did not 'come back'..but as we helped her to complete her time on Earth - we were given a priceless opportunity to consider things we might never have even thought about! Thank you for this inspiring talk..

    • show me your kitties
      show me your kitties 3 months ago +1

      This is like the most awesome comment ever. How lovely

    • Jihad Bunnydick
      Jihad Bunnydick 4 months ago

      @D. Flo I'm going through that now...Watching many NDE videos, that help offer reassurance.

    • Joanna Gomes
      Joanna Gomes 4 months ago

      God bless u

    • Dorji Tshering
      Dorji Tshering 4 months ago

      Thank you for sharing this! Its a gem.

    • D. Flo
      D. Flo Year ago +12

      My mother's death impacted me so so deeply...I was sooo sad watching her change towards the end. Im the youngest , so spend the most time with her as a child. I Moved away... i called her almost every day. I traveled 2 hrs every other weekend to see her...And cried everytime i first saw her, and especially when i had to leave...before her death, during and still after.... i prayed and prayed that she would go peacefully. But when it was time, I felt selfish, I didnt want her to go. I felt really guilty for wanting her to stay longer for a long long time ..But Watching videos on Utube of people that have died and returned, of nurses that work with hospice and doctors in emergency rooms that have talked to people that have been to and seen heaven has helped me so much to understand that death is a continuation and our loved ones are no longer suffering.... thank you for sharing your story ❤❤❤❤

  • Luca Willington
    Luca Willington 4 years ago +87

    "When the mind has no motive, when it is free and not urged on by any craving, when it is totally still, then truth is. You do not have to seek it; you cannot pursue or invite it. It must come." Krishnamurti
    This was your gift in disguise: You stopped thinking-about-being and began being.
    Thank you for sharing.

    • Bala Sandhya SL
      Bala Sandhya SL 5 months ago +1

      @Sukhi Singh very touching.
      Your speech was like a God sent angel to me
      You are truly a blessing sir
      Sending prayers and love.
      Thanks a lot

    • PJ Flowers
      PJ Flowers 2 years ago +1

      My mind feels a much needed quiet and peace as it witnesses this exchange between Luca and Sukhi from 2 years ago, with the backdrop of Krishnamurti. Thank you all for this moment of being.

    • Leo Feza
      Leo Feza 2 years ago

      Beautiful written

    • Amit Gera
      Amit Gera 2 years ago +1


    • Joe Joe
      Joe Joe 4 years ago +2


  • Satie DeBideen
    Satie DeBideen 2 days ago

    Very inspiring, great topic, eloquent speech, truly engaging and enlightening. Thank you

  • Sunny Matharu
    Sunny Matharu 4 years ago +105

    This talk is very inspiring and the speaker has unveiled one of life's greatest secrets. A secret that states that your outer world is very much a mirror image of your inner world. If you change your thinking, you change your life. It’s that simple!

    • Prem Kumar
      Prem Kumar 3 months ago

      I was 17 when I was inflicted with infectious hepatitis and I can relate to his experience.

    • SK. N.
      SK. N. 4 months ago +6

      It’s not “that simple”. People often have very real challenges & limitations, this mindset of “just changing your thinking” can help, but also potentially make someone feel very inadequate & not good enough, making things worse.

    • Magical Chemical Daddy God
      Magical Chemical Daddy God 5 months ago

      Was hoping more than we create our reality that's obvious thanks though

  • Charlene White
    Charlene White 3 months ago +4

    This was a wonderful talk I can relate to this topic well... I had a similar experience that afforded me the opportunity to look at life in a more present state and enjoy what God has given me today to use and share with others. Thank you for your testimony/ talk it was nice to know someone else gets the slowdown & thinks about how to have a healthier life rather than the one presented by societies/cultures and traditions etc. especially with 2022 & Pandemic rocking everyone world.

  • inimacam
    inimacam 2 years ago +16

    Epic . Cartesian logic .Digital , Analog and Visual. Beautiful talk . This should be shown in all schools across the land so that the young know how to manage time and be aware about the bad habit of procastination. Sukhi bro , you are there among the movers and shakers of this sleepy little gloomy half baked creatures of the land . Go forth and wake em up brother. Peace.

  • Suman Manghra
    Suman Manghra 2 years ago +20

    It was an awesome experience meeting you last night and learning so much from you! I know this teaching is just what I needed at this point in my life, can't wait to start getting more focused on my tasks now!!! Thank you so much Sukhi!!!

    MA. VICTORIA VARGAS Year ago +13

    I was focused on this talk for the first 3 minutes... But it took me 15 minutes to regain my focus. 😢 Now I have to watch this talk again and again and again!

  • Angela Almeida
    Angela Almeida 2 years ago +44

    I truly needed this today ! Thanking god for ur recovery Heath , god bless you and thank you for sharing ur experience with us ,

    • PRAY 4 ME 🌹
      PRAY 4 ME 🌹 4 months ago +1

      There is an after life, for a fact. Jesus Christ is the key .

    • Z A
      Z A 4 months ago

      God with a capital letter “G”

    • Cassius Ronnie
      Cassius Ronnie 9 months ago

      I dont mean to be so offtopic but does someone know a way to log back into an instagram account??
      I stupidly lost my password. I love any help you can offer me

    • Bryce D. Anderson
      Bryce D. Anderson 2 years ago +3

      my experience was in 1994, 4 Angels appeared in front of me. They left a woman with me. I became clairvoyant,. We were laughing our butts off,

  • joshua barker
    joshua barker 2 years ago +6

    This talk is about avoiding overwhelment. At 14:10, I'd deduced the moral. Here is clear and specific instruction for leading through balancing ones own life via work-life balance

  • Abé Golamaully
    Abé Golamaully Year ago +16

    There is Life before Death, so make the best to live one day at a time and live it to the full...I think this sums up his talk which shows you how to make the best of your actual Daily Time in Life!! There's a moral in his story which is worthwhile pursuing!!

  • Johnny Little
    Johnny Little 2 years ago +14

    Like many, I thought this about NDE but interestingly enough, found it of great benefit. I’ve always done lists to organize my thoughts and tasks, however, he’s right, they can also distract and overwhelm due to the nature of the mind/brain. By using his process of narrowing ones focus, you do free yourself to dive into the task at hand and the “moment “.

  • Soulman.
    Soulman. 5 months ago +5

    I once believed nothing could touch me..Until it did. It was then I realised that I am just as vulnerable as everyone else. That one's life can change in a mere second.

  • Kast Iron Woman
    Kast Iron Woman Year ago +5

    Thank You!!! This is life changing information- I hope that I can be strong and implement it! I started following your advice as you spoke. Thank you Thank you Thank you for sharing your insights and experience. Work is a vital part of life. There is no shame in learning to work effectively and efficiently so that we can be self supporting.

  • Tom Chrysanthos
    Tom Chrysanthos 3 years ago +12

    Very interesting talk. Thanks, Sukhi Wahiwala, for sharing what you've learned from and after your NDE.

  • Meera Muntashir
    Meera Muntashir 2 years ago +8

    Switching between multitasking and my autoimmune gradually ended up in procrastinating... This was an eye opener. Shukriya ji. Bless u..... And just realised I'm watching a 2017 in 2020. Wowy.

  • Geetha Gupta
    Geetha Gupta 5 months ago +3

    Thank you Sukhi Wahiwala ji, for sharing these invaluable insights 🙏

  • Robert
    Robert Year ago +1

    He is discussing the results of recognizing that our embodied life is finite .The teachings left to us by the adepts of the great wisdom traditions- and their present day practitioners- make it clear that consciousness of impermanence is one of the major KEYS to being able to bring ourselves completely to the moment and live as fully as we can.

  • sebastian blake
    sebastian blake 4 years ago +6

    hi sukhi, I met you at the business start-up you are giving your talk about focus and I really enjoyed it thanks for letting me know about your TEDTalk I thoroughly enjoy it I'll strive to be more focused person thank you for sharing your story

  • Louky de Lange
    Louky de Lange 4 years ago +8

    Thank you Sukhi, for this wonderful story. I have been working a lot myself and asking the question is it worth is. the answer is no, I would love to have more time for myself and to spend more time with the people I love to create memories. Also as a psychologist I know the brain is make-able and I use a special training to help the brain to focus again. However, your secrets for daily focus, are very true and helpful indeed. I always go back to pen and paper myself and found that making a list on the computer of what to do or who to call, will sit on my computer for ages, not being done.

    • Martin Muldoon
      Martin Muldoon 3 years ago

      @Sukhi Singh Hello Sukhi, have you actually watched the near death experience Veritas recommended? There is more to this life than success and productivity though that is very important here and now to survive in a difficult economic world to balance work, family life, leisure etc. Your advice is good to better achieve set goals, but maybe just maybe you have missed "The whole point of Life!", and that is to get right with the creator of the universe. In the Holy Bible Jesus quotes KJV Matt 6 verse 33 But seek ye first the kingdom of God and his righteousness, and all these things shall be added unto you. The Lord bless you and open your eyes, mind, heart and soul to know him and his purpose for your life. Edit typo

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago +1

      Veritas icine thank you, I Truly agree, with blessings; my holiday was actually reduced 3 days before I traveled abroad.... very interesting 🙏

    • Joe Joe
      Joe Joe 4 years ago +1


    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago +1

      Louky de Lange - Hi Louky, thank you for your comprehensive and honest comment, I sincerely look forward to us talking this through in days to come. Please feel free to text or connect with me directly as I would be humbled to be of service.
      Onwards & Upwards! Always, 👍

  • Digital Rapport
    Digital Rapport 2 years ago +14

    Love the 7 steps process, when you use this it really helps you get focused. Thanks for sharing.

  • Lubos Jurecka
    Lubos Jurecka 4 years ago +8

    Thanks for this great talk! Very inspiring and the method DFT became the part of my life. :)

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago

      Lubos Jurecka Hi, I am very blessed to have been of value to you in your life and journey. 🙏😊
      Thank you for using the DFT Method and sharing your post.
      Enjoy and create Focused Action everyday
      Onwards & Upwards! Always, 👍

  • Azita M.A.
    Azita M.A. Year ago +64

    “To consider that after the death of the body the spirit perishes is like imagining that a bird in a cage will be destroyed if the cage is broken, though the bird has nothing to fear from the destruction of the cage. Our body is like the cage, and the spirit is like the bird. We see that
    without the cage this bird flies in the world of sleep; therefore, if the cage becomes broken, the bird will continue and exist. Its feelings will be even more powerful, its perceptions greater, and its happiness increased.”

    • Azita M.A.
      Azita M.A. 9 months ago

      @Rhamisz Rabbani Allah’u’Abaha 🌺

    • Rhamisz Rabbani
      Rhamisz Rabbani 9 months ago +1

      Allah u Abha

    • wordsculpt
      wordsculpt 10 months ago +1

      @DE Fiverr Many Christians are Very unspiritual people.

    • wordsculpt
      wordsculpt 10 months ago +1

      Beautiful! Thank you for sharing.

    • DE Fiverr
      DE Fiverr Year ago +11

      Many Christians will deny this truth, because it doesn't fit the boundaries of their belief system. They are land-locked in grace, trinity, forgiveness, and think afterlife is filled with rewards, gold, and as such. They can't get over original sin and Christ dying on the cross, and reject any truth, where ever it may come from.

  • Sameer Kulkarni
    Sameer Kulkarni 4 months ago +1

    Oh, what a fine eloquent speech Mr. Sukhi! Truly engaging, enlightening, but also a session on how to be a fine, elegant, graceful, grammatically fine speaker. Respect!

  • Precision Roofing LLC

    The changing his life after his illness is basically what people with ADD deal with daily. There are medications that help but the side effects usually aren't worth it. This solution is interesting I'm going to give it a try.

    • Janet Armstrong
      Janet Armstrong Year ago

      I caught that halfway through as a woman with ADD myself! Thank you!

  • Lara Khalaf
    Lara Khalaf 4 years ago +22

    What an amazing talk Sukhi! A man full of wisdom and knowledge. Thanks for all the contribution and support.

    • wuciwugt
      wuciwugt 3 months ago

      @Sukhi Singh SSA Bhaji - great to hear your talk. I have been living in the candy floss for last few years and hope to implement your steps and find focus again.

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago +1

      Thank You Lara
      Your Ted talk was Truly Amazing with Blessings 🙏

    • Joe Joe
      Joe Joe 4 years ago


  • Teal Jade - Anecdotes and Research Notes

    Thank you for sharing your process for redirecting and focusing your attention. I gather that your NDE was enough to point you in the direction of your authentic self. Being scattered is definitely a hindrance. Thank you again.

  • Naz007
    Naz007 3 months ago +10

    Face it, We're all seeking to be happy, every single person on this planet wants to achieve a state of happines, you know and I know it. The problem is this...
    Our minds start to judge situations as good or bad .... a lot to do with conditioning placed on us by society and other people. So, we have beliefs that some situations are good and some are bad. We create pleasure (happiness) in the situations that are good, and pain in the ones that are bad , We seek total fulfillment but the only glimpses of happiness we have are fleeting situations that are bad. So, what do we do? We try to figure which situations appear to make us most happy, eroneously believing that a situation could really cause us to feel happy... and we try to find more of those situations, and we try to avoid the opposite situations but life being life, it's impossible to maintain this. We have to work, have to do things that are less than pleasure inducing and we get pissed off. We are also detached from our higher self, which is a consciousness that is felt to be connected to all consciousness, and is also the understanding of the world that is beyond the mind. When we reach that, bliss and happiness is so abundant it's intoxicating. We can get so high on this beautiful feeling, that nothing else matters. And the world is reduced to a mere illusion. We are all seeking our higher selves, but we're seeking for it externally, which just leads to more disllusionment and pain. We seek for it externally because we know, perhaps unconsciously, that some experiences are more pleasurable than others. So logically we conclude "if I keep seeking out those experiences I like, I will be truly happy". But it never happens, because it's the programming that differentiates good or bad, that defines some experiences as unpleasant and to be avoided and some experiences as pleasurable and to be sought out, that causes us to feel unhappy.
    Happiness is within you, not external!

  • Bob
    Bob Year ago +4

    An excellent talk, really made be think about how I go about my life. Thank you so much

  • Laura Akre
    Laura Akre 6 months ago +8

    This is about recovering from illness not about near death. Great story just a misleading title. Thank you for sharing

  • Sean Colquhoun
    Sean Colquhoun 3 years ago +6

    Beautiful talk. Thank you for sharing this.

  • Emmanuel Weinman
    Emmanuel Weinman Year ago +4

    you say you don’t wish a NDE on anyone, yet it’s a wonderful gift... I wish everyone much bravery in the face of the unknown 🙏🏼

    • Gennifer Paul Gomez
      Gennifer Paul Gomez 4 months ago

      Of course I agree all nde be bad or good is a blessing. Most NDE experiences is so awesome that it cannot be described to people on planet earth. The message is that the key to living is love.

  • Focusd PR
    Focusd PR 4 years ago +4

    Your journey is so inspiring and feel you relate to so many with your humbleness. How would we book you for speaking opportunities please? Thank you!

  • mackerel69
    mackerel69 4 years ago +136

    I thought this was a story about a man who almost died who focuses on nothing but work and realised family and spirit were more important after his near death experience,....but alas it was about as man who almost died and then went back to work and refocused himself on work.

    • Chirpy Wiggins
      Chirpy Wiggins 10 months ago

      Not everyone has an NDE depends on tumour brain or what the drugs are doing to them! It’s not some kind of divine experience! When we die, we just cease to exist

    • Sy Matthews
      Sy Matthews Year ago


    • Huda Al-Aynain
      Huda Al-Aynain Year ago +2

      @Sukhi Singh I think he didn’t complete watching the video to the end😁
      Thank you so much for your important waking up massage .

    • Maria Moura
      Maria Moura Year ago +3

      Yeah. What a waste of my precious time
      Not even interesting

    • Dj Johnson
      Dj Johnson Year ago +4

      Did you watch the whole thing? If you did, you would see that he refocused on life!

  • eangie35
    eangie35 Year ago +4

    Beautifully said, thank you.

    • Simar
      Simar 4 months ago

      You are so beautiful. I like you

  • Empty Open
    Empty Open 3 months ago

    That was wonderful thank you I will study and utilize this information thank you so much

  • Z A
    Z A 4 months ago +1

    That’s why we are called “Human Beings” and not “Human Doings”!
    We need to spend more time in the ‘being human’ state, just be, in the present, than always ‘doing something’ state!
    It’s that simple!
    Researchers lied to us when they said multitasking was the way to go.
    It’s that simple!

  • Stanislav Pittner
    Stanislav Pittner 4 years ago +2

    Im practising DFT daily and its has big results in my life. Sukhi, what to do if you have 20 small tasks with same priority and which you can or couldnt (is not depend on you) finish? (for example progress of tasks, sales calls etc…). how to process Daily Focus Time in this situation?

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago

      Stanislav Pittner - Thank you Stan, this is such a gift to hear that you are already using and deeply integrating The DFT Method in your daily life, is heart warming. 🙏😊

  • Susan Johnson
    Susan Johnson 4 years ago +1

    I think this is an important listen for Mom's and Nurses. ...regarding multi- tasking.

  • elytra
    elytra 7 months ago +1

    when ever i do a bad sin i watch this to motivate me to be better!

  • Gurunath Hari
    Gurunath Hari 2 years ago +4

    You are a fortunate and blessed man Sukhi

  • eps
    eps 5 months ago +3

    Explanation of the process begins at 12:30

  • merdab8
    merdab8 2 years ago +3

    Um. I had a being dead death experience 3 months ago where I had been gone for almost 2 minutes. In that time I went from feeling great to everyone around me telling me I'm fine now and that they loved me. I also had one of those monitor things they attach to your finger. It was confusing since I had no idea what they meant. Once I was told what happened everything clicked and my assumptions about where I might go after death had been weirdly confirmed. Cessation of consciousness and no memory of the death part. Like anesthesia except instead of resuming the countdown they have you do, it was a point a to point c with a subtracted point B I wasn't aware of. No unlocking of the mind. Just me...not existing. No time passing since I was dead, and didn't need time. I would not have known I was brought back had I not been. I wish it could have been something else. Anything else, I didn't want to be right. Yet here I am. If there really is a me to be.

  • Mahendra Sheth
    Mahendra Sheth 2 years ago

    Great! You are blessing in my life right now! Why? I have distraction problem mostly over thinking, RU-clip video but cannot able to complete important task in hand to complete.
    Your seven steps are good and project real being in life and act single minded on one task. Can you guide me how to focus single minded and to complete task in hand? If you can?

  • Pee Dee
    Pee Dee 2 years ago +1

    Every belief will shatter to make us stronger n wiser n enriched.
    Sikhism is god’s latest gift to our human race 🙏🙏

  • HSP Conscious Revealer
    HSP Conscious Revealer 3 years ago +20

    Wow, I didn't expect the type of Message - that I actually NEEDED MOST!! TY

  • Heather Burton
    Heather Burton Month ago

    I really appreciate this. Thank you!

  • Topeo
    Topeo Year ago

    I love how we non-stop talk about near death experience and not about what happens when you are born and what you see (sarcasm). But seriously we really should talk about what happens when being born, EVEN if there is barely anything if they need to use my visions or other people's visions or what they remember. If I would to be honest I have no idea what birth really means, the start of life? This could be but what about the beginning of death? We may never know probably unless we die but that's not the point, the point is to learn even when there is nothing there, sometimes you learn best when there is nothing there.

  • dhanyaa lausanne
    dhanyaa lausanne 3 years ago +40

    It was a "close call", not an NDE apparently. The title is misleading....Still he learned to become a bit more "sukhi", good for him and his family.

  • Juan Robles
    Juan Robles 3 years ago +4

    One thing at a time when someting comes up deal with it one thing at a time one breath at a time. Giving the mind a break requires we put aside all practices and getting honest the fact is i am helpless. There is great power adimitting to ourself our weakness

  • Gaurav
    Gaurav 5 months ago +1

    Thank you 😊 Inspirational and informative talk 😇

  • EP Records by Entertainers Plus!

    Losing so much blood and a loss of iron creates the loss of memory. Been there - done that - it's awful! It's almost like you cannot hold onto a thought for a moment....that thought comes and goes, and is forgotten.

  • Citizen Journalist
    Citizen Journalist Year ago +1

    Great talk. I'm assuming the dislikes are people who can't handle the truth i.e., put the device(s) down and fully experience the present.

  • pekolucky
    pekolucky 2 years ago +7

    I had an NDE it was the most ecstatic, joyous experience in my life. This man talks about business, not an NDE.

    • Jonathan Cervantes
      Jonathan Cervantes 3 months ago

      What was ur nde

    • Guillaume Philibert
      Guillaume Philibert 2 years ago +1

      Agreed, I got rather bored from this talk since I expected something much more interesting. Could you describe your experience a bit? I'm always looking for more of these stories, so fascinating!

  • Ellie Larkin
    Ellie Larkin 2 years ago +8

    the LOVE of money. LOVE of power. When really we should show more love to all we meet

  • gloryrow100
    gloryrow100 2 years ago +2

    Bless you, I am so in need of this! THANK YOU!!!

  • Sarah K.
    Sarah K. 2 months ago +3

    Everything this guy talked about regarding being distracted....its the exact description of living with ADHD. Its the same pattern day after day after day.

    • Aenwyn
      Aenwyn 2 months ago +1

      Yup, agreed--I'm a therapist. I think it's interesting that he has symptoms after illness; it could have caused an injury and/or rewiring in his brain that would cause ADHD or ADHD-like symptoms. I'm also dealing with something similar, where my symptoms got a lot worse after an illness, but have also had symptoms since I was a child. ADHD is a spectrum and environmental factors can also make things manageable or worse.

  • Huda Al-Aynain
    Huda Al-Aynain Year ago +1

    very important speech, thank you

  • Lucy Lincoln
    Lucy Lincoln Year ago +3

    12:45 is where you want to start.

  • Kristine
    Kristine 5 months ago

    Everything is Love ❤️.

  • Jack D. Ripper
    Jack D. Ripper Year ago +1

    The person’s comment below me is so true; I concur completely with what that person tells us .he uses the near death experience just to tell us how to stress out your life even more and become more effective! what kind of New World order nonsense is that? I expected more from this man..... His Video was self indulgent, boring, marginal at best.

  • Icono Clast
    Icono Clast Year ago +2

    Thought he was going to share about this NDE but was infact talking all about his work and work and more work.

  • Puneet Dixit
    Puneet Dixit 4 years ago +4

    Awesome n inspiring talk...

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago

      Puneet Dixit Thank you for commenting Puneet. I hope that the content connects with you at some level, and creates inner clarity in days to come. Onwards & Upwards! Always, 👍

    STEFANIA CLE 5 months ago +1

    Grazie anche dall'Italia..è arrivato anche qui il suo illuminante e bellissimo discorso! Thanks endeed!!!! ❤

  • Jude Morales
    Jude Morales 3 months ago

    Great message.

  • NJay
    NJay 2 years ago +2

    He is still so full of himself. NDEs bring humility and change your perspective on life. His illness only changed how he worked. To each his own, but the title of the video is misleading.

  • minimal east
    minimal east 3 years ago +16

    13 minutes in. Start there for the 7 Steps Process.

    • Egg Roll
      Egg Roll Year ago +1

      You are mvp about 80 percent, to be 100 percent mvp, one must put a time stamp on where the steps start. Namaste ooga booga

    • Viviana Ángel Cárdenas Buccio
      Viviana Ángel Cárdenas Buccio 2 years ago +2

      wildwildben lmao thank you 😊

  • guru devan
    guru devan Year ago +4

    This is not a "NDE". This is something else. Any way good speech in British accent.

  • Arline George
    Arline George Year ago

    Interesting talk. Thank you, bless you. All your dreams come true.

    MEMBRANE 4 months ago

    POWER SPACE I love it!
    But does this mean that playing the drums lowers your IQ because of multitasking?
    Thank you for the upload.

  • Ash2013
    Ash2013 3 years ago +3

    Thanks for sharing it resonates spiritual leader Eckharts time of now

  • Ana Maria Mello
    Ana Maria Mello Day ago

    very inspirational

  • Ellie Stretch prays
    Ellie Stretch prays 3 years ago +16

    Always start with a clear question...task at hand
    Grab pen and paper write it down
    Select ten important tasks to be done today, now
    Throw away the rest of the list
    Reduce Ten to top five tasks
    Go. For a walk
    Reduce to top three tasks
    Prioritize them
    Immediately do the top one
    Then second then third
    Repeat at will

    • Ellie Stretch prays
      Ellie Stretch prays 3 years ago +1

      Grace and planetX you’re both very welcome 🤗

    • PLANET X
      PLANET X 3 years ago +2

      Ellie, thank you for listing it.

    • Grace22
      Grace22 3 years ago +2

      Thanks, very helpful.

  • House of Affiliate Mareting and Digital Technology

    Thank you for sharing :-)

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago +3

      bigtango1 I hope the shared journey was of help to you.. thank you for watching

  • tamara genar
    tamara genar Year ago +1

    I traind it by studying...and making my brain Learn it quiker..you can expant it

  • Gillian Sernich
    Gillian Sernich 3 years ago +3

    Most of the women I know can manage their time, prioritize AND multitask and get a helluva lot done, in the time it takes most men to decide what to have for breakfast. And they still make time for their kids.

    • Jackie Watson
      Jackie Watson 3 years ago

      Gillian Sernich Bit of a sweeping generalisation. Peace.

  • Mary Ng shwu ling
    Mary Ng shwu ling 3 months ago

    Thanks for sharing 🌈

  • Kim Brown
    Kim Brown 3 years ago +1

    A good 7/8 step method. I wrote it down. Thanks!

  • Sahar Amir
    Sahar Amir 4 years ago +5

    Interesting speach, the capabilities of our mind facinate me. It's true about distraction, why do feel the need to always be doing something, is it a social programming that we cannot just sit just for the sake of sitting, that somehow we have to justify to do nothing. Anyway, I'm always looking for meaning for life other than working to provide which seems to be an endless cycle.

    • Sahar Amir
      Sahar Amir 4 years ago +2

      Sukhi Wahiwala
      Thanks for the reply back.

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago +1

      Sahar Amir thank you for your post, as it opens many deep questions. 🙏
      For me life is a great mixture of all of the above, working with focus and also PowerRest with the mind also.
      I also found simply increasing the consciousness in my actions allowed me to be more present in my day to day life. (Concious Actions)
      Hope to speak to you soon, plz feel free to reach out if you need to.
      Onwards & Upwards! Always, 👍

  • Laura Fahey
    Laura Fahey 11 months ago +1

    So true what this man is saying yup yup and

  • Lisa Longo
    Lisa Longo 4 years ago +4

    Thank you for sharing y our experience

  • Hiroko Morioka
    Hiroko Morioka 3 months ago

    Get up early. Do your needed work in the morning to have the afternoon free to what you like to do.

  • cindy lou
    cindy lou 5 months ago

    love the steps

  • inderjit sandhu
    inderjit sandhu 4 years ago +4

    Meditation of naam (Vaheguru) is the way forward. It brings peace of mind. With peace of mind you can easily achieve anything you want.
    Simply believing in just anything is not enough!

    CHEF BOY-AR- D Year ago +2

    This hits a spot i needed

  • Scott Sather
    Scott Sather 2 years ago +3

    Every minute of every day for the last 3 years of my life since my accident is consumed with one sidetrack after another. Someone needs to write a book about my life. Anything is possible. No matter how impossible it may seem

    • Scott Sather
      Scott Sather 3 months ago

      @Hypnosis for Happiness I’m a story teller & I’m on center stage giving the performance of the centry

    • Hypnosis for Happiness
      Hypnosis for Happiness 3 months ago

      Someone needs to write a book about your life? Why not you?

  • Lindsay Barling-Ohlson
    Lindsay Barling-Ohlson 3 months ago

    Thank you Suki Wahlwala. Your slight pause after describing procrastination [5:42] reminded me that I set out to do something other than watch Ted Talks and had allowed myself to be distracted 🤣🤣 At that moment, I decided to not watch any more Ted Talks tonight and get back to my task I originally set out to do, after your excellent talk, of course 😄😄 To help me not get distracted again, I am leaving this window open with the screen frozen at the point in time I decided to comment here (not a distraction at all! 🤣🤣🤣🤣).

  • Dan Mitchell
    Dan Mitchell 4 years ago +1

    Great talk but Mr Wahiwala did not have what is commonly known as an NDE. His near death illness affected his familiar cognitive ability and caused him to re-examine his life and re-prioritize what was important to him.

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago

      Dear Velodan1
      I am so humbled that you have commented thanks you, due to the strick time and content structure of the TED talks, I could not make too many points and gave the most complete talk.
      The NDE is singing that I tend to share in my private events due to the need of Rapport and connection sometimes
      Plz feel free to connect and I w Ulf live t share it with you.
      Thank you again

    JESUS FAN Year ago +12

    The afterlife is REAL and the Light and Love of Jesus is REAL indeed and with us and our Loved ones...Always....

    • Graham Jenkins
      Graham Jenkins 7 months ago

      Amen. Let your love be your witness. Christ promised that the world would be hostile to the Gospel.

    • Dad does Things
      Dad does Things 10 months ago +4

      Any evidence for that? At all? I've been waiting my whole life for someone to give me something other than a personal experience or a scripture from there book of genocides and fairytales. I Haven't gotten anything yet though. I doubt I ever will.

  • Mark Pagano
    Mark Pagano 4 years ago +1

    GOD Bless you

  • Amarpal Sahota
    Amarpal Sahota Year ago +2

    Me and my family are from the skih religion aswell and we go to gurdwara's southall and I what when you had near death experience are you following Jesus Christ now or are you still following sikh gurus
    Did you go to heaven

  • Angie Steele
    Angie Steele 4 years ago +3

    Great Speech

    • Sukhi Singh
      Sukhi Singh 4 years ago

      Angie Steele thank you for watching the video and sharing, I simply would love to help as many people I can in my life.
      "1 Small Step At A Time"
      Onwards & Upwards! Always, 👍

  • tamara genar
    tamara genar Year ago

    It was special...like i got a new spirit...or another extra soul ...saw...a person without a body only clothes..and i felt so save ...old souls ..do they had more than other...expieriences more than other...thats why we understand and feel it more...people animals...etc...

  • Peacefrog
    Peacefrog 2 years ago +2

    Multi tasking is bad. You are welcome. 🤗

  • Mystical Jam
    Mystical Jam 5 months ago

    Nice .. and impressive ..

  • MMP Talks
    MMP Talks 4 years ago +1

    Thanks for sharing :-)

  • Galaxymetta
    Galaxymetta Year ago +2

    Modern research on Near Death Experience by Raymond moody, reincarnation memories by Ian Stevenson/Jim trucker and past lives regression by Brian Weiss all independently but coincidentally show that our consciousness survive death, we live many lives and our thoughts and actions matter in the hereafter.
    So be kind and helpful to others, be virtuous, meditate and cultivate ourselves to higher spiritual levels. Cheers.

  • Chandravijay Agrawal
    Chandravijay Agrawal 4 years ago +2

    sukhil wahiwala your talk is best in all talks

  • Michele Haime
    Michele Haime 4 years ago

    Thanks for the head's up!
    Next time,be honest man
    Just tell it like it is man . No one will respect you ,or trust your ethic's! TRUTH,,=TRUTH!

  • Carina in Motion
    Carina in Motion 3 years ago +275

    10minutes into the conversation and nothing about a near death experience. Very boring. He talks about a lesson he learned upon being really sick, almost dying, to appreciate his time more. Something important, of course. But he didn’t have a “near death experience”, as in, died and came back to tell what he experienced on the other side. In fact, I think what he is sharing adds to more stress in life, because he is basically telling us we should not get distracted ever. The feeling I get from his experience makes me feel stressed, not peaceful, as I usually feel when listening to real near death experiences.

    • Aishwarya S
      Aishwarya S Year ago +1

      @Carl Hammill Logically speaking, younger people have more responsibilities (kids, parents etc), better functioning bodies, things that keep them preoccupied..hence when given a choice they decide to come back..
      Maybe elderly people dont want to come back as they really like it there and dont have as many responsibilities.. some middle aged people literally regret coming back to life..
      so that might explain why we dont hear from many 60+ near deathers.

    • K F
      K F Year ago

      thank you, I am at minute 5 and will switch off.

    • Dj Johnson
      Dj Johnson Year ago +1

      Watch till the end to understand what amazing nuggets of truth he wanted to share with you. His seven steps are simple and may change your life for the better.

    • steven wright
      steven wright Year ago

      Thank you. Saved me a painful video session

    • LighttheWay
      LighttheWay Year ago +1

      Keep in mind that the reason most NDE stories you’re seen are from younger people may have something to do with the fact that prior to the late 1980s people were not really open to hearing about or discussing NDEs. The internet wasn’t very accessible until mid-to-late 1990s. RU-clip hasn’t been around very long (mid-2000s?) and was more popular for younger people, who are now in their 20s, & 30s. Before RU-clip and platforms like it, there weren’t many places to share these experiences.
      Also, people are much more open now to discussing such things without being ridiculed and treated as if they are mentally unstable or liars. Medical science has only been studying life-after-death and NDE as a serious subject for the past 10-15 yrs or so. Before that, a doctor would be endangering their career if they said they believed their patients who had been to the afterlife and back and talked to the dead.
      So, the older generation is only now really beginning to feel “safe” about sharing their experiences and a lot are still just not that tech savvy.