My experiences from the isha shoonya course – you come back not just with a practice but with a new way of looking at life itselfRead More An emptiness that’s fulfilling – my experience with the isha shoonya program
It’s been a long while since my last post here. Why is that? I don’t know. I guess there are seasons when you are prolific, and then seasons when you are prolific – but at something else. You read, you reflect and you rest during those periods and the 3rs help you gain much-needed perspective […]Read More Read, Reflect, Rest – The 3 magical Rs!
Another one of those weeks where everybody, everywhere (and their team!) is screaming work – “we want this on priority – meaning yesterday!”. Phone calls are ringing off the hook, computers are overworked and alarm clock utilization has just hit the roof. As I walk to my car and plug in my phone, the itunes […]Read More Savouring the flowers admidst all the noise!
The Independence Day is a day of celebration, a precious reminder to offer our gratitude to the generations gone by for teaching us the power of freedom and making this possible; and a day of hope – for what the future will bring. The right time in short for being enchanted by Tagore’s magical, visionary […]Read More Happy Independence Day
I experience a “Robin Sharma” seminar for the first time. My experiences and takeaways….Read More Lead without a title – a Robin Sharma seminar experience
There seems room for celebration in these apparently paradoxical times. Our heroes provide inspiration unlimited, having overcome seemingly impossible odds -consider the following: Sheena Iyengar, one of the leading experts on “choices” in our increasingly-visual world happens to be blind One of the greatest composers ever (Beethovan) couldn’t hear his own tunes StephenHawking inspires us […]Read More Inspiration comes easy…
My post – happy gokumashtami. And why we love krishna so much……Read More Krishna – and why everyone just loves him…