Too much empathy might get toxic for you

Empathy is the ability to understand the emotions others are experiencing. But if you go one step further, it becomes the ability to feel what another person is feeling. Sometimes it even turns into an extreme reaction to others’ emotions. During my soul searches and my vulnerability self-checks, I have noticed that I was getting too invested in others’ problems. Especially when it’s the people … Continue reading Too much empathy might get toxic for you

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Common Misconceptions About Meditation

There are so many misconceptions around the notion of meditation. For some reason, most people think of it as an activity for more spiritually inclined ones. The picture that comes to mind when one thinks about meditation is someone sitting up with an extremely straight back and uncomfortably crossed legs. Continue reading and see if your excuse for not meditating is mentioned below. I don’t … Continue reading Common Misconceptions About Meditation

Journey to Oneness

Everything within the spiritual context that I read, watch, or listen to these days is about Oneness. I hear the same message again and again. Higher beings and angelic guides keep bringing this up through the humans who channel them. They say that even though we see it as an obstacle, this health crisis brought us together more than ever. It brought a feeling of … Continue reading Journey to Oneness

Explore your Spiritual Path with Sahaja Yoga

Self-realization makes us humble. Replace temper with compassion. The more innocent you are, the more blissful you will be. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi I think it was around early 2009, I have attended Sahaja Yoga sessions in Hamilton Ontario for a few months. I wanted to continue but had other pressing priorities at the time. Now, unfortunately, that location does not have “in-person” classes but … Continue reading Explore your Spiritual Path with Sahaja Yoga

The World is a better place with your good deeds

The game of life is a game of boomerangs. Our thoughts, deeds and words return to us sooner or later with astounding accuracy. – Florence Scovel Shinn Recently, I have heard on the radio this story about a local man and a contracting company. The man wanted to renovate his basement and create a “sensory room” for his autistic child where he can play, get … Continue reading The World is a better place with your good deeds