What is the best way to ease someone’s pain and suffering?
I think to just be with them, many times people just want to know that they are not alone.
Brene Brown explains it in a very simply way that goes directly to the heart. Take a look for yourself!
Posted by Richa on October 16, 2015
This article has left me thinking about all the similarities in the various spiritual and yogic practices. Read it to know how is it working for you.
“Yoga is not about bliss, but about honesty. Spirituality is not certainty, but the longing of the heart. Enlightenment is not ‘letting go’ of bad feelings, but understanding them, what they’re doing to us, and how they are expressed in the body. Non-harming and forgiveness are not about feeling generous or big enough (bigger than and condescending), but knowing the difficulty of right actions and assuming responsibility for the difficult. Forgiveness often comes directly out of acknowledging how bloody bitter we are. Love is not joy, all the time. Sometimes, love hurts. Love is raw.”
Rage, fear, sadness, fatigue. The yoga of darkness.
Posted by Richa on September 1, 2013
What impressions we have left behind for Me, Me, Me generation or boomer generation?
Was this the same knowledge we stepped out in this world with?
This is an important reminder to us and the words to fresh graduates.
Read the following link to connect the dots!
Miserable & Magical: A Graduation Speech for Paradoxical Times
~ Nipun Mehta
Posted by Richa on May 29, 2013
Do you want to go ahead in Life?
We know that the secret of relationship is to give. It has to be a constant flow of energy in terms of give and take.
But is it also the secret of getting ahead in your professional life?
Find out for yourself, by reading the following article:
Is Giving the Secret to Getting Ahead?
Posted by Richa on April 2, 2013
This is the best article I read ever: A Business case on Why is it Important to Meditate.
“In that moment, I wanted to scream at both Daniel and Sophia. But my practice countered that urge. I took a breath.
Then, together, we went into action mode. We got every towel in the house — and a couple of blankets — and mopped it all up, laughing the whole time. When we were done soaking up the water, we talked about what happened.”
Doing nothing for 20 minutes a day actually increases your productivity.
Posted by Richa on October 12, 2012