Reimagining Growth: From Only Profits to Profits with Well-Being

As of 2018, according to the International Labor Organization(ILO), we have 7.8 billion on the planet and 3.3 billion of us form the working age population of 15 or older. This is 61.4 percent of the globe engaged in work at any given point.  Goal # 3 of United Nation’s Sustainable Development Goals is Ensure… Continue reading Reimagining Growth: From Only Profits to Profits with Well-Being

Let’s meet

Let’s meet  Let’s meet in the space where borders do not exist  Let’s meet in the space where our masks become irrelevant Let’s meet in the space where we see & receive each other with no judgements , where our thoughts are suspended  Let’s meet in the space where You and I are fully present,… Continue reading Let’s meet

Us humans

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

41 Paradigm Shifts for the new decade

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

Nothing absolute about us

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

7 Simple benefits of Meditation

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

Gumbo pot- Reflections

I am writing this post as a reflection of my thoughts on some current global events / issues and some reading/listening that I have engaged in. This post is perhaps a continuation of my recent post on Feminism and what it means to be a Feminist. I was reading/ listening to: Women’s bodies, Women’s wisdom… Continue reading Gumbo pot- Reflections

A Prayer from my heart to yours

May you always wake up knowing that you matter & be aware of the impact you have by simply Being May you always see the truth & choose to keep your eyes and ears open May you always be surrounded by beauty and love & spread the goodness you receive May you always use your… Continue reading A Prayer from my heart to yours

Loving differently-Happy Valentine’s

More often than not people around us tell us that we need to find love in people who satisfy certain 'normal' conditions of religious upbringing, caste, color, community, social status, gender orientation etc etc. This post is dedicated to every person who has had the courage to recognize love in themselves and in another beyond… Continue reading Loving differently-Happy Valentine’s

Parallels between Vedic Wisdom and Western Psychology

In the past few years my interests have led me to dig up some info on psychology in the Western world and corresponding work in the realm of Eastern wisdom. In this blog I am drawing parallels between two Western Psychological models of understanding why we do what we do with the Eastern wisdom namely… Continue reading Parallels between Vedic Wisdom and Western Psychology