Weekend Musings

The mind and intelligence are necessary tools to conduct our lives. The error we humans make is to abuse these tools when we recognize that life is not moving in accordance to the way our mind and intelligence expect. This is when we must learn the tool of detachment, surrender and the art of simply … Continue reading Weekend Musings


As I sit in prayer, contemplation this morning, the one word that comes to me is LOVE. It is indeed a powerful emotion, once learnt it can work wonders. The more you give of it, the better you feel. How are you going to love this week? Will you marinate love with expectations? Or will … Continue reading LOVE

Staying Present

As I’m observing clients, friends at holiday events and end of year sessions I am noticing many of them are already in the future. Some are nervous about the holidays, some feel overwhelmed and some are busy finishing off their last minute duties hurriedly. They speak fast, they speak loud, they are simply rushing around. … Continue reading Staying Present

Find stillness in your busyness

As I’m winding down after a busy yet productive week, the mantra that I’ve found myself repeating a lot is to find the stillness in the busyness. How can we manage these two opposites? This is the paradox of life. Once we learn this, we are playing on the field of life. Magic reveals itself … Continue reading Find stillness in your busyness

Weekend Post

"All the art of living lies in a fine mingling of letting go and holding on." - Havelock Ellis This quote has been pervading my Being this week. We make the choices to serve ourselves in the best possible manner. Most of our sadness arises due to clinging to the past, happenings that we cannot … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

These words by Lao Tzu resonate with my Being these last days. "One who understands others has knowledge One who understands himself has wisdom  Mastering others requires force  Mastering the self is strength" What will you do to become strong and master the self this week? My practice has been to be a rigorous soldier … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) The Sikh scripture Japji Sahib talks about self discipline. The conversations over the past couple of weeks with leaders has been revolving around this virtue, one of the key drivers of a successful life. What can we do to instill self discipline within ourselves every single day? My practice is … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

The question many of us often ask ourselves. Am I good enough, clever enough, capable enough, pretty enough, thin enough? This question helps us stay focused towards becoming a better version of ourselves. The quality that differentiates the doer from the over thinker is that he acknowledges this thought/fear and is constantly doing his best. … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) A client shared with me this week her frustration when she cannot be herself with some of her dear ones. She notices that her passion and energy is reduced when she is with these persons. This affects her mood. My question to her was: "Must everybody accept your gifts and … Continue reading Weekend Post

Ferocious Fearlessness

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) This week’s conversations with clients have revolved around fear. My question to them has been: What does ferocious fearlessness mean to you? My experience with working through fear has been total and complete surrender with tremendous faith totally immersed in the present moment. It has worked magically. I am extremely … Continue reading Ferocious Fearlessness