Silence is the most eloquent language and the most powerful transmission happens in mouna. But till our instrument gets tuned to the frequency of silence, words can provide beautiful satsangha (company of the truth). Experiences of devotees and seekers on the path prove to be of immense value and support. The thought for this post … Continue reading Spiritual Books for Nourishing the Inner Journey
Our Relationship with Food- Interviews and Reflections
Food is such an intimate aspect of one's life. And as soon as we say food- all the aromas and our favourite delicacies come to mind but as one of the author points out in an article, "Even empty space is a part of our diet- fasting." This magazine is a collection of such reflections … Continue reading Our Relationship with Food- Interviews and Reflections
Illness and Wellness
I remember when I was a child, I used to look forward to falling a little ill. That faint fever which slows you down, I used to call it the happy kind of sadness. More than 15 years later, when this memory comes back, it sparks something beautiful within. I still feel the same about … Continue reading Illness and Wellness
Why, how and where to work?
I’ve thought over this quite a bit over the past few years. From when certain norms condition you to take up the best job in terms of financial gain to a time to give up everything and go to the mountains to engaging oneself in intense physical labour. There is a certain kind of pleasure … Continue reading Why, how and where to work?
Life: Moving in circles, to form a spiral
3 years! That’s a long time. 3 years? A speck in time. I’m sitting 200m away from where I used to sit 3 years ago in this tiny hamlet in the foothills of the Himalayas. Today, as I sit down to do the same thing I used to do back then, it all feels same … Continue reading Life: Moving in circles, to form a spiral