Six Reasons To Let Go of Labelling and Stereotypes

In society we are often told to conform to certain norms instead of being open and focused on discovering the truth about ourselves and the universe. From the time we are born till much later into adulthood we are programmed to worry about what other people think of us. We label ourselves and others based... Continue Reading →

Seven Ethical Guidelines for Spiritual Practice

Whether you are a spiritual practitioner or a seeker of spiritual healing services, these few guidelines can be helpful in clearing misconceptions and encouraging a more peaceful experience in spiritual practice. 1. First of all Harm None: Spirituality is all about developing loving compassion and forgiveness. Any harmful practice such as cursing, revenge or sending... Continue Reading →

Six Ways To Being Our Authentic Self

In ordinary life we come across many people, each one wearing many masks. We all put-on our smiles and suppress our tears because 'someone might be watching'. We refuse to feel our own emotions and barely know ourselves leave alone our neighbours or 'friends'. Here are some ways we can drop the act and get... Continue Reading →

Four Steps to Amplify Earth Healing

Do you believe in meditation, spiritual healing and ascension? Do you feel that we all have the power within us to manifest a positive reality?  Through selfless intentions of  healing our planet, we develop a deeper relationship with our all-powerful Higher Self. We all are One in the Source and deeply interconnected through our common... Continue Reading →

Saying the Word: The One that Must Not be Named

Last evening, I went through a lot of turmoil within- unexplained and without any tangible reasons; at least at that moment. I was having a conversation with my mom on a call and at one point of time during the conversation, the restless in me increased to an extent that I felt breathless. I shared... Continue Reading →

Five Ways of Refusing to Be a Victim

We might have heard of the recent social media trend #MeToo that encourages women to come out and admit that they have been victims of harassment in the past. #MeToo is a laudable effort by Alyssa Milano of Charmed fame to support Rose McGowan who played her witchy sister in TV show, among other Hollywood... Continue Reading →

‘Luck Actually?’ by Ankesh Kothari

Is Luck for Real? Or is it only 'Hard Work' that matters? Ankesh Kothari of Zen Strategies has these two stories to add a lucky spin to your day. 1. The Lucky Dog Statue Derren Brown the famous illusionist conducted an experiment once. He partnered with Dawn Porter - a journalist to go to Todmorden... Continue Reading →

Positive Talk – If a story moves you, act on it!

Today information is available at the speed of thought so we can’t help but instantly like or share and move on! In this engaging talk, writer and human rights activist, Sisonke Msimang tells us the value of a story is not in what it says but in what it does… Here’s an excerpt or simply... Continue Reading →

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