2015 : 2 lessons learned

An epic failure and mistake is an opportunity to zoom the e-PicTure and reflect on the lessons.

This year, I did many mistakes and failed terribly while executing the projects, plans and promises. However, they taught me 2 big lessons.

1. No one is busy. [Parents kaise time nikaalte hain kabhi bhi – kahin bhi – kaise bhi ]. It’s just that we all have different priority lists. If someone doesn’t finds time for us it indicates that we are not their top priorities. And in that case, the best thing we could offer them is the least disturbance and interference of our presence in their life.

2. Words are magnetically charged packets.The quality of words we use decides the quality of life experiences we attract in our lives.[I’m happy, I want to travel Australia, I want to fall in love, I want to master photography, I want to write research articles etc]

Would love to know your lessons.


Sharing with you some recent observations :

While going to attend weddings, people use their mind nichod nichod ke to remember what they’ve been given by the family jinke yahaan shaadi hai to them jab unke yahan shaadi thi and then the kharche ki range is decided of the gift to be purchased.


When birthday is celebrated, the quality of treat is proportional to the amount of gifts gifted.


When people help instead of andar se mann maar  rahe ho, just because unki madadd  ke liye varna kaun log daudenge.


When people give things for free not because they want to, but because they think log unkaa naam zor zor se gun-gunaayenge log pehchaanenge.


I’ve unlearned one thing that never ask – ‘What should I give’ in the first place.’

First enquire –  ‘Why I want to help? What’s my intention behind giving? What’s my hidden agenda behind giving things away for free?’

Because things are first created in our minds. And whatever we create in our minds goes out in the world in the form of vibrations which sooner or later echoes back to us! So, a healthy intention comes first over a helping hand.

2015 Review : 24 Good things I experienced this year

Sharing with you 24 good things that I experienced this year.

1. Dropped 10 kgs [From 65 to 55] in a zen ishtyle ! And it feels so walk naa halke halke types 😀











2. Improved relations with my PhD supervisor. Learned a lot from him.

3. Cultivated friendly bonding with one of the Professor. [Mam]. It’s a blessing!

4. Hugged trees tightly, ekdam zorr se ! ♥

5. Stopped, kissed flowers, lip to lip :-*

6. Caressed grass, felt the nashilaa touch of dew drops on its surface.

7. Witnessed sunrise almost everyday. [Got up subah savere].

8. Showed super like vala thumbs-up to the moon while running [for witnessing my growth].







9. Identified sapt-rishi pattern of stars.

10. Bowed down in deep gratitude under the sky. Saashtaang-dand-vatt.







11. Wrote gratitude letters to parents.

12. Developed the habit of running almost daily. [Can run 4 kms in a one go now! Yeah :-)]

13.Sat in silence with nature. Meditated with birds early morning. Yo! [And continue to do it daily].








14. Fell in love with the art of  photography again. [true vaalaa ].Moved from point shoot to DSLR.

Flower family selfie
Flower family selfie







15. Read atleast one book per month [on fitness, spirituality, mental well being and fiction] Prepared notes. Learned and inculcated key things in lifestyle.

16. Discovered kaminii dost ! Whoaaa! 😉 Truely a blessing.

17. Made good use of Watsapp in self-development and learning by joining Mastermind alliance group. Amazing team of people.Thanks so much everyone!

18. Bought a pair of a good running shoes. All thanks to Shruti!







19. Only took what I could consume in my khaane ki thaali !

20. Reduction in intensity of Chutzpah, chuugli & increment in minding my own bijinesss and in exploring the creative side of me!

21. Wrote 440+ blog posts.Connected with wonderful blogger friends. Amazing!

22. Explored few parts of Rajasthan.

Ummed Palace














23. Wrote a small e-book.

24. Registered for 6K marathon. [My solo yearly goal, feb 2016 mein bhaagungii]

This year I did very simple and ordinary things. And felt them deeply. And I would continue to do so in the years to come. Thanks for dropping by. I would love to know about your year review.