Spirituality

Tuesday, November 18, 2008 Well lately I am finding myself a part of this spiritual yet psychic realm of spirits, astral travels, psychic healing and all such things imaginable. A few days ago I astral travelled to another country where my half soulmate Haya lives. I saw her face I touched her cheeks, and i … Continue reading Spirituality

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The Death of a Dream, The Birth of Several Others!!

Tuesday, November 25, 2008 Here is the deal, the biggest shock that people receive some of them repeatedly, some of them not so frequently and some who are almost as old as I am are breakups. A break up is the death of a dream, the death of a relationship. It is the end of … Continue reading The Death of a Dream, The Birth of Several Others!!

Peace

Sunday, October 26, 2008 The most difficult thing in the world is not what most of us think it usually is like climbing the mount everest, bungy jumping for the first time, scuba diving, or simpler things like losing weight. It is simply making peace with the past. In other words, it means forgiving yourself … Continue reading Peace

When an empath travels

Let's get straight to the point. I am an empath - as freaky and unnatural as it sounds - it is true. Google who an empath is and you will know. Most of us empaths have had a troubling past maybe the ability was always there but it needed the worst as the only coping … Continue reading When an empath travels

Baar Baar Dekho – But Why?

There are many pros and cons to social media. Pros being popularity, connections, external validation where people praise you and you feel like 'Oh My God! Thank you for appreciating me' now I have enough self worth to last me a day until I can post again 24 hours later! That and of course, ecommerce, … Continue reading Baar Baar Dekho – But Why?

Karan Johar Fails Where Imtiaz Ali Succeeds

I watched 'Ae Dil Hai Mushkil' a few days ago, first day, last show, ahem! For emotional idiots like myself, Arijit Singh's intensity, Pritam's composition and lyrics by Amitabh Bhattacharya for the title track, it was more than enough to sway us to the theatres. Add the much hyped Anti-National hullabaloo to the mix and … Continue reading Karan Johar Fails Where Imtiaz Ali Succeeds

To be or not to be – either ways it is!

There's a reason we call it Life Cycle or a Vicious Cirlce or that it came full circle. And, I would prefer to call it a circle, it refers to Life. Life is indeed a circle because it's all connected the present to the past and the past to the future and all the other … Continue reading To be or not to be – either ways it is!

Pandora, thou art cruel to Poor Benjamin!

My world is my own to comprehend. I may let you in, most reluctantly; however, it wouldn't make sense to you. You wouldn't be able to comprehend things by the rules you and yours have made and the way you see the world. My world is inside me. It would be difficult for you to … Continue reading Pandora, thou art cruel to Poor Benjamin!

Secondary Citizen: The Art Of Being A Runner Up On Your Own Turf

What's been happening lately? Nothing personally, but quite a lot everywhere else. The sum total of my experiences at this point of time is zero; however, when you add what's been happening around the world and how we relate to it, it's a relatively staggering higher percentage. Nearly 12.7 percent of the total world's population … Continue reading Secondary Citizen: The Art Of Being A Runner Up On Your Own Turf

Why you can’t feel like a raped woman India?

Many blog posts begin with this statement - it's been long since I posted something on this blog. It is a justification, more so an apology to oneself and perhaps to whatever the few readers humble, forsaken and forgotten blogs like mine have. It was an accident that I stumbled across this blog today when … Continue reading Why you can’t feel like a raped woman India?