My Grandmother…

By Deepthi Krishnan

Deepthi Krishnan Guest Blog I always remember her dressed in the typical traditional Kerala “set mundu” that was pristine and starched worn with a plain white blouse. The rudraksha on her neck, her soft eyes, and that benign smile – made her carry the impression of a living goddess to everyone who met her. Her…

Should you hunt for wellbeing and happiness?

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest blogger On the same trip, my next stop was Leh. I had to stay a week, visit my grandmother and then move upwards to meet my grandfather in the monastery. My grandmother broke her hip, and Mackeri took care of her in exchange for a few bucks. When I went to my grandmother’s…

Your First Thoughts on Wellness

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest blogger The real trouble comes when attempting to make the right statements. Very few people can speak their minds, but then some really do know how to. But for making the right statements, one would need to think right. Appropriate thinking is considered to come normally to all. But, this part of the…

Souvenirs from Life’s Precious Pages

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest Blogger “Beautiful, isn’t it?” I looked back, quite a handsome face stood tall behind me with a thin smile crossing his lips. I moved slightly away to catch a better glimpse of the bearded man. There he stood with a urine bag in his hand, in his hospital robes. “Sorry, I did not…

Birth of my Spiritual Journey

By Snehashree

Snehashree Guest Blogger Spirituality touched me quite early, I would say. But amid a breezy childhood, it did not count much until, unless it was in my early twenties when something happened that turned me to thinking, if everything, I had heard about the spirit was true. It was early evening, and the year was…

Defining Spirituality

By Vandana Sehgal

Some dreams are meant to happen. This particular one in March 2018 will stay with me till my last breath. In true essence, this became a pivot point in shaping my life meaningfully.  It was early in the morning, a twilight moment as I could make sense from the darkness outside my window. I was…