Lesson 1: Clarifications need to be sought in a non-accusatory way. If others don’t have inkling of where we are coming from, then our voicing the suspicion itself may hurt them grievously. So instead of making a value judgement of … Continue reading 10 Lessons from Ramayana on Life & Relationships
My intention in this article is to question your methods of fulfilling the need for love & belonging. It is interesting how we all need it but seek it in the most disastrous way. Almost as if we strangle it … Continue reading How to become non-needy & self fulfilled in relationships?
Financial freedom is great. But freedom from self-induced internal suffering is even greater. Why is it that in childhood we cared so less about how our body looked, how we were perceived by others, what we did and the self … Continue reading The freedom in self acceptance
Think about the dreams you have while sleeping. You always have yourself in the dream. It doesn’t matter what the contents of your dreams are, there are always two entities i.e. you as a subject and everything else as an … Continue reading Delusional or Enlightened?
Depression made me question whether there is any meaning to life and from years I have been searching for an answer. First, I began by observing the life that people live. After growing up, we dedicate our lives to work, … Continue reading Nothing matters, eventually.
I had been thinking about this whole idea of dating and being in a relationship before marriage. It has been months and I went through serious brain-hurting thinking. I critically thought about it from as many directions as I could. … Continue reading Insanity & stupidity in relationships before marriage
When you do anything other than what needs to be done (either in mind or activity) you are deceiving yourself. Deceit – To trick or mislead in the false direction. To deceive by telling lies or otherwise giving a false impression. To accidentally or intentionally … Continue reading How you Self Deceit
For the past year I have been practicing Zen and the art of easy-going, being fluid, loving, self-compassion, cognitive flexibility, being compassionate to other beings no matter their attitude towards us, taking control of response in our hands which is … Continue reading Compromising Zen for Practicality!
Preface 07 Oct, 2020 – 7:20 AM Yesterday when I went to bed I stumbled upon this realisation that thoughts have the ability to amplify. I have been having a lot of health issues for the past 4 years, and … Continue reading Trying to go completely Thoughtlessness
Enlightenment is not about becoming a better person, it’s about unbecoming a person. You only lose what you cling to. What is not brought to consciousness comes to us a fate. – Carl jung Untill a man heals himself, he’ll … Continue reading Nature of Mind, Women & Men. Observations on Zen, Meditation & Spirituality