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

U.S. Election cycle of 2016-my takeaways.

“Hillary doesn’t come across as a strong candidate because she isn’t very dynamic and doesn’t have radical ideas for change. She wants to continue on Obama’s legacy whereas Trump is all about shaking up and bringing in change.” My father’s words rang in my head last night while I was watching Hillary Clinton’s last rally… Continue reading U.S. Election cycle of 2016-my takeaways.

Affirmation- My Best Life

  Affirmation- My Best Life I am living my best life, right here, right now. I intend and life provides. I take the required action in faith when guided to do so by my divine intuitive self. I love life and life loves me back.   Pooja Joshi

I held back..

I held back, not wanting to feel. I held back, protecting my innocence and my purity. I held back, fearing the wrath of emotion. I held back, forging a defense. I held back when I was happy and I held back when I was sad. I held back until you touched me and scattered my… Continue reading I held back..

‘I’ ness to ‘We’ ness

‘We’ ness i.e. Inter-dependence is a stage where I believe I am today and I still am a work in progress. For most of my 20’s I have been independent in terms of earning money and making life choices based on what I deemed was right for me. Although it sounds great I believe while… Continue reading ‘I’ ness to ‘We’ ness

Creating your own Ritual-fuel your intentionality

Being born in India where Hindus constitutes majority of the population, rituals were a common occurrence around me. I grew up with different ceremonies and rituals being performed at different times of the year. When you grow up with something you don’t always appreciate it and that’s exactly what happened with me. I was fascinated… Continue reading Creating your own Ritual-fuel your intentionality

There is Light seeking us

Quite often when we are shrouded in the clouds of darkness we feel that there is no ray of hope/light. Much to the contrary, light is always surrounding even the darkness and is only finding one small opening to pierce through the dense darkness. There cannot be darkness without light and hence light is always… Continue reading There is Light seeking us