I have learned not to dismiss things I do not understand. I laughed when I first heard of Reiki and remote healing. Until my back was against the wall and I was willing to try anything that did not threaten to worsen the existing situation. Ever since, a more mature, open minded approach has brought … Continue reading Skeptics, Mystics & New Ways Forward…
Are there people who have shaped your fundamental beliefs, comforted you in times of pain, given you hope when there was none and yet, you have never met them, spoken to them or directly heard from them? I have many such influential people in my life and most of them are the authors of cherished … Continue reading The time to say Thank You is now
Even those who are not empaths or sensitive to energies cannot help but notice that times are turbulent. Changes are rapid, emotions are volatile and agility is the need of the hour. If you feel like your plate is too full and life is dishing out more than you can handle, use this script … Continue reading EFT script for Overwhelm
Not all stories have a neat ending. Not all the loose ends are satisfactorily tied up and a happy conclusion reached. But nevertheless, there are lessons to be learned and moments to be celebrated in the thick midst of the chaotic, often unpredictable events of life. During my many hours outside the dialysis unit of … Continue reading At peace, here and now.
The river flows ceaselessly, The thirsty come when they must, To drink only as much as they can, Never less than what their heart desires, Never more than what their mind understands. The river flows perennially, It allows them to be. Whenever they choose to return, They will be welcomed, Warmly nourished, and set free. … Continue reading Poems: Source
An inner landscape artist. Is there such a term? Because I get flummoxed when I have to describe what I do. Author, facilitator, life coach, healer – these are some of the terms I use lightly. To try and keep it brief. But the truth is that I do little other than tending to my … Continue reading Inner Landscapes
“But he has completed his work!” Pacing around with her cellphone stuck to her ear, Shalini was exhausted. She weakly concluded the call. “There is nothing more I can say. Your conscience will speak up some day. God help you to live with your self.” Neha rushed up to hug her. Mother and daughter quietly … Continue reading Really Short Stories: Saving Grace