This is why I like rains.

Apart from the sound of the rain drops, everything around me is very silent and calm. It's evening, 6.55 pm. The sky appears to be faded because of the clouds but it's sparkling brightly. The view around me is making my heart ponder. Ahhhh. The wandering clouds are trying to go back home. A sudden … Continue reading This is why I like rains.

Secret of Breathing – Deepen Your Stillness (2 minutes read)

I took a deep breath and listened to the old brag of my heart. I am, I am, I am. Recently I had a secret plan to surprise a friend of mine who is an MBA grad by visiting him after a very long time. He is currently working in a well reputed corporate firm. … Continue reading Secret of Breathing – Deepen Your Stillness (2 minutes read)

11 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR YOGA PRACTICE

The tradition of yoga holds great depth and diversity, providing us with endless opportunities to explore and grow. While improving endurance, strength and flexibility are two obvious places to focus in order to progress in yoga, there are many other, more subtle, paths and tools that can help you become more proficient in your practice. … Continue reading 11 WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR YOGA PRACTICE

What a Bird Thought

I lived first in a little house, And lived there very well ; The world to me was small and round And made of pale-blue shell. I lived next in a little nest, Nor needed any other ; I thought the world was made of straw, And covered by my mother. One day I fluttered … Continue reading What a Bird Thought

Some Misconceptions regarding Yoga

Myth 1: Yoga comes from Hinduism. Yoga is Hindu just the way gravity is Christian. Just because the law of gravity was propounded by Isaac Newton, who lived in a Christian culture, does it make gravity Christian? Yoga is a technology. Anybody who is willing to make use of it can make use of it. … Continue reading Some Misconceptions regarding Yoga

The road less travelled

Robert Frost is my favorite poet. Although I love many of his poems, my favorite is “The Road Not Taken.” I use its lesson almost daily. The Road Not Taken Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And looked down one … Continue reading The road less travelled