For a while now I have realized how the living life in societal context is actually meaningless. A friend once asked me, that if she was not playing mom to her kids, wife to her husband, teacher to her students, who then is she? Coincidently, my teacher also mentioned something about mid-life crisis last night… Continue reading Living Life
I was told that there are confession boxes in churches, where priests sit in and wait for followers to go into the box to confess their sins. I have never visited one as far as I can recall, but I remember a friend telling me many years ago that each time she wanted to scold… Continue reading Confession
An aunt called yesterday and was asking how I was. The last she spoke to me, I told her that I was in a transition and was feeling depressed. She asked me curiously what I was depressed about. While I tried my level best to explain to her of what I was going through during… Continue reading Mindfulness – the Observation & Understanding of the Mind
Am I really loving you? Or the experience that I am having with myself but with you in it? If it was another that I was experiencing this with, would it be then that I am loving another and not you? Would the result of my experience with you or another be of any different,… Continue reading Peak of Ecstasy, yet Nothing to do with You.
When I started my inward journey with constant efforts and willing inner work which included self-awareness, self-observation and self-inquiry, I soon realized that these qualities became pretty much a natural process unfolding during times of trigger. One by one, closed ones whom I was once and some, still pretty much attached to soon by now,… Continue reading Neverending Plots
Freedom is a funny word because when we think we’re free, we’re not really. I think freedom is quite illusory. … When I stop thinking about myself all the time and put other people before me on a regular basis, that’s real freedom. When I can love unconditionally… then that’s real freedom. – Madonna =====… Continue reading ‘Freedom’ from a celebrity’s view point
I read a book recently by Paul Ferrini; illuminations to road of nowhere; and found that it resonated deeply with my core. What I had thought was somewhat a cease to a journey I was seeking was actually a turning point to another journey that I wasn’t really seeking but have been inevitably put on. Just… Continue reading A Shift towards Great Compassion
Since I’ve been on my own journey, I’ve come across many few who also claim to be on their journey. Why I say ‘claim’ is because I can never know if they are as serious as I am in my journey, or if they, in fact, even know what the term ‘spiritul journey’ means. Either… Continue reading The Spiritual Journey