New Year, New Us (Hopefully A Better Version)

We have embarked on yet another year, 2021 with hopes for a better, healthier, happier, and safer world! (Check out Self-transformation Tools video on our YouTube Channel, Shevadhi). The year 2020 proved to a challenging phase for everyone in the entire world due to the pandemic. Despite the difficulties and losses, it also made us … Continue reading New Year, New Us (Hopefully A Better Version)

BhagavadGita’s Pointers to Procure Peace

Peace isn't just freedom from war and violence. If we look more closely, we are constantly battling various emotions / thoughts within our mind. We are on a perpetual hunt for peace and happiness. When the mind and senses aren't in our control, we can be easily disturbed by anything / anyone around us. When … Continue reading BhagavadGita’s Pointers to Procure Peace

BhagavadGita Motivates to Master Merciful Characteristic

Let us start this blog with a question: What is forgiveness? Psychologists define forgiveness as "A conscious, deliberate decision to release feelings of resentment or vengeance toward a person or group who has harmed you, regardless of whether they actually deserve your forgiveness." If we take the time to either introspect or observe people around … Continue reading BhagavadGita Motivates to Master Merciful Characteristic

BhagavadGita’s Teachings to Cope with Hope

It is very easy to get into a state of hopelessness while dealing with challenges in life, but is harder to get out of despair. Our brain tends to remember negative experiences more easily than the positive ones. It could be due to the way it evolved over generations; it was essential for one's survival … Continue reading BhagavadGita’s Teachings to Cope with Hope

BhagavadGita’s Direction to Defeat Depression

Depression is a topic that tends to be a taboo topic and gets talked about in a hushed manner! It isn't a crime / sign of weakness / curse to feel depressed. It is just a unhealthy state of mind / brain just like any other organ in our body. If pancreas fail to do … Continue reading BhagavadGita’s Direction to Defeat Depression

Mind Your Mind to be Happy & Healthy

We have either read or heard of this: 'Happiness is a state of Mind. It is not in the external objects, but is an Inherent Quality of Every Soul' Still we associate our happiness to external objects and even hand-out our happiness's remote control to others!! try so hard to be happy! If we closely … Continue reading Mind Your Mind to be Happy & Healthy

Cherish Your People

Life gets taken for granted by us too often! Time flies... Life can be gone in a moment, you or your loved one may be gone and you didn’t get to tell them that you truly care. Why am I saying this? We all know nothing is permanent right? Still we postpone things, we say … Continue reading Cherish Your People

Foundational Hymns

An article written by our respected co-blogger, Sri. RamaMurthy took me down the memory lane when I was learning a set of basic hymns. So, here's an account of my experience before getting onto Sri. RamaMurthy's blog section. Irrespective of the religion or geographical region, if our family is theist or believes in the Divine … Continue reading Foundational Hymns

Combat Challenges with Attitude Change

During our life journey, we all would have either seen or experienced that any challenging situation lightens up if we try to deal with it with a clear and calm mind than getting sucked into the issue. It is becoming even more evident in current health-scare scenario the entire world is facing. While the world … Continue reading Combat Challenges with Attitude Change

To Err is Human… Really?

All of us have heard this phrase, "To Err is Human..." in many of the conversations; people use it in jest or to shrug off a mistake they did or as an excuse for the mistake committed. This happens at our workplace and also in families. Yes, to some extent, it is okay. We aren't … Continue reading To Err is Human… Really?