You Can Have It All

Thanks for stopping by! Here’s stuff to keep you inspired :-)

  • I like the way Robert Kiyosaki, in his breakthrough book Cashflow Quadrant, assigns all of commerce into 4 types of thinking, which he presents in 4 quadrants. On the left is the “E-quadrant”, of the “Employee” who generally believes one has to work hard, get good grades and get a job. The job is the goal. And the “S-quadrant”, which is of “Self-employed” people who desire more autonomy and hence start businesses or are professionally Read More
  • sandeep nath
    Imagine living in a state where the ups and downs of life don’t mess up your experience of it. Where your state remains as is, regardless of whatever happens. Sounds yogic, right? Not really. Like me, you too may have been amazed to see the growing number of people who have recently been writing about and speaking on ascending to states of higher consciousness. A lot of experimentation has been happening in this field in the Read More
  • Recently, during a break at the Reiki channeling session I was conducting, a very interesting discussion about Gurus cropped up. The trigger was the question a participant raised, “How can we know whom to follow? There seem to be so many people offering self-improvement stuff.” After a lot of views had been expressed, bringing in everyone from Dalai Lama to Ramdev Baba to Eckhart Tolle and Jon Kabat-Zinn, I found myself (obviously guided by universal Read More
  • It can happen to any of us, anywhere, anytime. It could happen at work. It could happen in bed. It could even happen while writing an article like this one. What? We could get stuck. Stuck for ideas on ways forward. Or worse, stuck in ways of thinking, working, doing and being, which are driven by habits that are hardened so firmly that we fail to even recognize that these habits of stuckness were instilled Read More
  • There are a few statements that disturb me. One of them is “I’ve got a job to do”. Hollywood has made this line extremely glamorous. But as a consciousness/wellness guide, I am concerned where such aggrandized declarations are taking society. You see, the first thing that must bother anyone is that a ‘job’ is a rather miserable thing to have. ‘Job’, by definition is “a task or piece of work, especially one that is paid”. Read More
  • sandeep nath
    It is always quite fascinating, the way people embrace technology as the ultimate panacea and yardstick for human development. A lot of people also fear that technology will replace them someday… and that fear is not completely unfounded. A small thing like a phone-app has replaced the Secretary. At several airports check-in staff are no longer needed even for baggage handling. And the possibilities with robotics are well captured by Hollywood, becoming realities year after Read More
  • Consciousness is the manifestation of energy that allows the conscious object to be aware of the causality of its environment. Being in higher consciousness is being in higher awareness, more sensitive to subtler levels of changes of cause and effect. It also implies being more adaptable to the perceived changes from the point of view of the environment one is impacting due to one’s own direct or indirect involvement. Having studied several definitions of this Read More
  • “Sometimes what you’re most afraid of doing is the very thing that will set you free.”- Robert Tew Every time I watched a movie scene that showed someone getting stuffed into the boot of a car, I would have incredible recoil. It was an indescribable feeling that the mind recalled, perhaps from my own death in some past life. The same would happen when scenes of earthquakes – and people being buried under buildings – Read More
  • We are all made of energy. Each of the little atoms that we are made of, is vibrating at a certain frequency that makes us part of the energetic pattern of the universe. The universe, on its part, is the infinite source of energy that powers the greatest good for everything and everyone. It is benign, unbiased, omnipresent and omnipotent. To use an analogy, the individual is like a ripple on the vast ocean of Read More