Us humans, who do we think we are? Us humans, we keep taking more and more Want her to be grateful that we are waking up? Us humans, the more we take the more we need Calling ourselves evolved, we crush millions of other species Ignorant, self- centered, living in a trance of busyness We… Continue reading Us humans
Disclaimer: I am not an expert or a guru and don’t intend on being seen as one. My intention here is to share my thoughts which I have been wrestling with in my headspace over the years as a consumer, as an earthly citizen and as a keen observer processing the meta in everyday life.… Continue reading 41 Paradigm Shifts for the new decade
For the last post in 2019, I would like to share some book titles which has influenced how I think as an individual and as an individual living in a systemic environment. I picked up some of these titles from Bill Gates's list last year and many were references in other books. Of these 11… Continue reading 11 books that informed my thoughts in 2019
The onus lies on the common man to figure out if the food she is eating is real or not The onus lies on the common man to figure out if her phone bill includes any unnecessary charges The onus lies on the common man to fish out fake information from truth(if there is any… Continue reading The Onus lies on the common man..
Let me first begin by saying that this blog is based on my research as a consumer. I am by no means an expert but I sure am someone who likes to make choices which are healthy for the body and considers the impact on the environment at large. My journey into being a conscious… Continue reading 7 Simple Choices you can make daily for yourself & for the planet
For all those of you who have been reading my blog, you may be familiar with a category on my blog titled 'Life Enhancers'. My book 35 Life Enhancers is an extension of that category where I offer life affirming words in the form of prayers, affirmations and poems. It has been a desire of… Continue reading My first published book- 35 Life Enhancers: Prayers, Affirmations and Poems
To give you some background, I have spent a couple of weeks this year visiting my friends who are raising young children between the ages 3 months -4 years old. While I was visiting them, I found that two of the households used a Google Home or Amazon Alexa to make their otherwise busy lives… Continue reading You are raising a child, the non-human AI child.
This Women's day I did not feel like writing about the obvious and have instead gone the route of reflecting upon how we define and experience ourselves/others over the course of a lifetime. Our definition of ourselves is limiting not only for us but also extends to those around us. In my humble opinion, everyone… Continue reading Nothing absolute about us
Over the years I have developed some habits which have helped me stay fit and I thought I would share those with you. Aside from helping me lose unwanted body weight and then sustain it, these habits have led to reducing the inflammation I experienced in my body earlier as tightness in upper back, bloating… Continue reading 7 Simple habits that have helped me stay fit
I have tried different types of meditations i.e. focusing on breath, focusing on a point of light, five senses meditation and the one that I have been able to stick to on a daily basis is a vedic mantra based meditation taught by Deborah King. From what I know even Transcendental Meditation uses the same… Continue reading 7 Simple benefits of Meditation