As originally published in India’s premiere spiritual magazine ‘Life Positive’ (November 2018 Issue) have been a passionate spiritual coach for more than a decade now,…
I have spent a big part of my adult life being a part of spiritual and self-help communities. They have given me more than one can imagine. But today isn’t a day to discuss that.
Forgiving has never been easy for me. Being a Sagittarian (which is a fire sign) on one hand and the venomous Snake (my Chinese sign) on another, I would always place honour above forgiveness.
As a friend of mine puts it, the spiritual world involves two perpendicular trajectories: transformation and transcendence. The former is horizontal, the latter is vertical.
A Lop-sided Spiritualist needs to see how his lop-sidedness (towards areas spiritual) causes one or more of the other areas of his life – personal, relational and material – to suffer.
While on a recent holiday to Sri Lanka, our tour operator took my family and me to a certain spice garden, one of Sri Lanka’s prime tourist spots.
Chronic misery is a disease. It takes a toll on the host and it takes a toll on everybody around the host.
I have been a spiritual enthusiast for 25 odd years now. In all these years of dabbling and deep dives (of various degrees at various times) in this larger-than-life world