Mehak Oberoi, a full time mother and overworked lawyer who likes to spend the 25th hour mulling over life, spirituality, parenthood, relationships and other creative pursuits that crack an opening into her ever enthusiastic and overtly strained brain.
By Vishen Lakhiani About the book I had thoroughly enjoyed “the code of the extraordinary mind” by Vishen Lakhiani. This is the second book by the same author. It provides some fabulous insights and tools to built the right ethos within team members in a company. But I wouldn’t shy away from taking some techniques…Keep reading
Below is the audio and transcript for the (spiritual) forgiveness meditation. Close your eyes Take a deep breath Feel yourself relax Quite your inner chatter with every breath you take I. Now think about the people who have hurt you or troubled you in any way Imagine them in front of you Smile back at them…Keep reading
By Neale Donald Walsch About the book When I picked up this book, I didn’t know what to expect. What would conversations with God be like ? It is a book for keep sake. It’s a book that you can go back to, during different phases of your life to answer the questions that plague…Keep reading
Part II Does an unforgiving nature truly impact your health ? Yes, indeed. We need to forgive, if we want to be physically and mentally healthy. Forgiveness is associated with several benefits such as improved psychological well-being, physical health and longevity. It serves as a protective factor that buffers against poor health and psychological conditions.…Keep reading
by Deepak Ramola She reads#2 As the name suggests, it is a book relayed in a question answer form. Simplistic questions yet awfully thought provoking. This book is soothing to the soul. Many of the answers will leave a lingering smile on your lips or will make you think long and hard. The author has…Keep reading
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