53 Love Quotes to Heal & Inspire You on Valentine’s

53 Love Quotes to Heal & Inspire You on Valentine’s

Happy Valentine’s Day and Month darlings!! How much are you focusing on love today? Me, oh little ol’ me is all in a crazy valentine chocolate heart loving high 🙂 ❤ Don’t judge me! I love love ❤ 😉

For those who know me, know that I’m a quotes junkie. A very very avid one at that too. But although I love quotes, cause they are SO full of wisdom and life lessons, my favorite kind of quotes are Love Quotes.

Why?

Other than the fact that I’m such a mushy mushy girl at heart, the other reason is that LOVE in itself encompasses all emotions and all facets of our existence in itself. Love is all that matters, be it romantic love, self love, world love or Divine love. Love is all there is in every cell of me and you. Continue reading “53 Love Quotes to Heal & Inspire You on Valentine’s”

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8 Positive Life Lessons from Gandhi ~ A Tribute to His indomitable spirit

“You must be the Change you want to see in the world.” ~ Gandhi

Today marks the 70th Death Anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. It’s the day a simple man, with a simple mission passed into the spirit world. His mission was of Non-violence, of peace, of Unity in diversity. His utter simplicity brought about a revolution of magnanimous proportions. A country was freed, people were heard, caste systems were banished and most of all love and peace prevailed. On this day…and everyday, I applaud this mission. I applaud his spirit, his courage, his unwavering and self-less motives.

I believe, rather firmly believe in Non-violence in thoughts and actions. In no circumstance or situation or state is violence physical or mental acceptable. I condemn war and fighting. There is so much of it going on around us already, that we are just adding to the Universe’s Mental Pollution, by thinking violently too. Be it just muttering harsh words under our breath or holding grudges or holding hate in our hearts. We are sending out the wrong energy into this Universe. Continue reading “8 Positive Life Lessons from Gandhi ~ A Tribute to His indomitable spirit”

6 Positive Ways to Be a Super Hero in the Real World

6 Positive Ways to Be a Super Hero in the Real World “Everyone is necessarily the hero of his own life story.” ~John Barth

Being a Super Hero is a fantasy we each garner since childhood. We all want to have super powers that can make us stronger, faster and save the world.

I still remember the first time I saw my first Superman movie, how my brothers and I would run around the whole house with bed-sheets tied around our necks pretending to fly and demolish the bad guy.

As I have grown up, I still want to be the super hero. I still want super powers to save the whole world….

Continue reading “6 Positive Ways to Be a Super Hero in the Real World”

How to deepen your relationships with the help of communication

This is a beautiful Article by Heidi Paavilainen who is a Transformative coach, Yoga teacher and Writer. Enjoy darlings!

The other day we were spending the evening with my partner in our newly met friends’ home. We were only couples there and at some point our conversation moved to love and how often do we express our feelings of affection.

Someone mentioned how in Finland we almost never say the words “I love you”. Since I have been away from my home country for a while I was first puzzled by this statement, but soon recognized how that might be true. In our culture we are simply not used to say those three words.

Even if I believe that we don’t need to limit our expression of love to words, I’m still a big believer in expressing our good feelings to one another.

Not only do we make people around us to feel good and deepen the feeling in our relationships, but also share more of who we really are. Continue reading “How to deepen your relationships with the help of communication”

How to Starve the Ego and Feed Your Soul

“I fed my ego, but not my soul.” ~Yakov Smirnoff

When the ego recedes from our lives, we have space for the other to exist. A way of loosening the grip of the ego is the ability to recognize that others have a right to existence too.

This seems self-evident, but to the ego, only the self matters. For instance, recently in Mumbai, I traveled by the local train,which I usually avoid due to how over crowded it always is. When you enter a crowded suburban train in Mumbai, and dozens stream in along with you, pushing past with scant ceremony, it is hard to accept that they have as much right to get into the train as you do and that they are justified in disregarding your precious self. Continue reading “How to Starve the Ego and Feed Your Soul”