I learned that balance isn’t the word I was looking for at all. In fact, the concept of finding that work/life balance doesn’t actually exist.
When I traveled through Scandinavian Countries, my focus shifted from my familiar life to unimagined potentials. A bit out of my comfort zone and into the zone where magic happened. I was more open to universe and less attached to the world. I was taught the most valuable lessons —that we are insignificant, that we are at the mercy of Mother Nature, and that life will go on long after we’re dead.
Creation of authentic trip begins its expression from within. And in a context of soul therapy, a trip is an outer reflection of the inner experience. My trip to Nordic was serendipitous, pushing my soul to go and experience liberty, it was as strong a push that I let go off all the anxiety of a solo traveler before leaving for an unknown freezing natural wonder of the world. Continue reading “My Nordic Venture-An Outer Reflection Of Inner Experiences”
Every night I slide my feet between my duvet and my sheets, thinking this could be the last time I travel Solo. I am convinced that I will end up with some mess up on the plane
A golden early morning sun was just sneaking up to paint the sky copper over Charles de Gaulle Airport as I boarded my 6:30 a.m. departure flight. Running on (at best) two hours of sleep and an airport Donut snack, I kept thinking to myself, “Wow, I did it” — and I didn’t just mean getting through an absurdly crowded TSA PreCheck and to my gate on time. I had finally conquered Paris city on my own. Continue reading “Anxiety of a Solo Traveler”
Travel is never a matter of money but courage
The Secret of Happiness is to count your blessings Continue reading “Happiness:The Spirit Of 2016”
We have all heard of ‘love at first sight’. Two people come across each other, find common vibes, like the time spent with one another, find reasons to meet again and rest becomes the history. What about ‘Connect at first sight’? Continue reading “Sacred Space For Self-Transformation-Isha Ashram”
I happen to read this quote by Steve Jobs while walking in one of the Corridors of an office I visited recently, that read “If today were the last day of your life, would you want to do what you are about to do today?” Continue reading “Hello Vacation-Life’s Secret Door to Wonder”