Sunday, June 24, 2018


I have pondered over this quite a lot that when one says “they are spiritual”, what are they actually implying? Is it that, I am above the rest because I believe I am more connected with God, or myself or the universal consciousness or what?

It’s very common these days to hear these statements saying “I am very positive”, “I only look at the positive side”, “I am spiritual that’s why I have been able to forgive” etc.

What exactly is being Spiritual? I think its living in awareness of one’s ‘Spirit’. Ideally, that should have been our natural state of existence but given that we have created a lot of stuff on the way to becoming who we are today, it is a privilege if we can stay in the awareness of being a Spirit having a human experience. Considering that all of us are ‘Spirits’ nonetheless, maybe the subtle ego that people by patting their backs for their awareness also needs to be brought to awareness.

It is natural for one to feel ‘special’ or ‘different’ when they do something that others look upto. Maybe being aware of self is one such thing which inherently every soul seeks and is a need of the hour on this planet hence it has gained popularity to the extent that doing a few courses and learning a few jargons of the so-called ‘spiritual world’ is good enough for anyone to start commanding more attention from their peers.

Is it true? Do we actually become special if we live in awareness of self? Well, I think the most benefit out of our awareness comes to ourselves. It helps us stay grounded and empowered to deal with our life situations & relationships. It’s not that spiritual people can’t make mistakes or feel negative emotions, but they stand a better chance at handling their experience with grace if they live in awareness of their learning through the adverse experience.

What a spiritual person can give to others is not really for them to decide. The sun did not decide it will give light to earth and not to Pluto. Let what others receive be the prerogative of the receiver. Spirituality is meant to allow one to be themselves without the need to be externally followed or appraised since the sun doesn’t bother if any external light is falling on it or not. If one eventually wants to use the recognition & acknowledgment of others as their light then the whole purpose of being spiritual is really lost.

Spirituality is all about loving self & others. Lets only stay in love & allow love. Seeking more than that is an Ego that blocks the light of the Spirit within!

Infinity - The book that answers it all

After touching several lives in the most profound way through her account of twin-flame love through her first book ‘Maaya: A tryst with self’, the author now brings forth immeasurable wisdom yet again to transform the consciousness of each one who’s touched by this book.

Infinity is the understanding of the eternal cycle of evolution that a soul traverses & will continue to, while on its path to self-recognition on this planet we call ‘Earth’. It is a complete guided account of the evolution of souls in human form as conveyed by the goddess herself through a series of guided messages. The book carries infinite wisdom to understand the human life cycle from our spirit’s perspective. It addresses the mind, body, emotions, thoughts and interconnections between them. It allows the reader to understand every single aspect that affects their life and how by merely changing one’s perspective and realigning it to the higher perspective, one can make a world of difference to their quality of life & relationships.

This book intends to capture the entire soul journey in a way that is understandable by people who have had no spiritual background as well as those who have been seeking clarity on various concepts.

Infinity explains complex concepts like mental disorders, money, knowledge, karma, wisdom, death etc in a flow where everything adds up to convey the essence of human existence. I have used case studies from various clients I have worked with as a therapist to convey the various dimensions of life experiences offered as a part of an incarnation on this planet. This book can not only convey to the reader on how to look at their life & issues from a higher perspective but also helps them understand how they can be dealt with.

Infinity explains how healing of karmic memories from past lives or current lives can transform lives. It allows the reader to become more aware of their nature, character and reflexive behavioural responses to further understand their blockages in life. Any inner conflict once recognised can be healed and this is also one dimension the book succeeds in addressing. It introduces the reader to ‘Serenity Surrender’ or SS which is a path to self-recognition and which has had profound impact on the author’s perception of life as conveyed through the book.

This book is written in such a way that the author has an encounter with the goddess of knowledge who then reveals her journey of becoming the consciousness of earth to convey how it was formed and how it has been witnessing the journey of human evolution since times eternal. The author in the end realises why she was chosen as the one who will go through the respective experience.

Infinity is a beautiful account of all the wisdom the author has gained through several years of self-work & healing others. In her journey as a therapist & mentor, she has managed to understand the essence of a human life and this book is an endeavour to express the gist for anyone to embark upon their inner journey.

This book has the potential to invoke in the reader, the desire to know themselves at another level. It can also become a comprehensive guide in summing up all of one’s spiritual knowledge gained so far in a way that it is available & accessible for self-transformation.

Since it’s a non-fiction account wrapped in a fictional beginning & ending, it wouldn’t be suggested for anyone to read excerpts from the middle. I believe the topics are such that they can be understood & appreciated fully if read in the given order. This synopsis is only to give a glimpse of what the author intends to convey through Infinity.