Thoughts are intensly magnetic

What we BELIEVE about ourselves and others magnifies.

The universe doesn’t differentiates between positive and negative, it only offers us what we dominantly think, speak and write about.

Believe without any doubt.


Train the mind with affirmations and visuals of things which you wish to experience daily. And it will surely materialize, it may take time, however, it will definitely manifest into reality.

BELIEVE in first place.

Let every cell in the body sing the song of possibility. No matter what others say, let’s stick like a postage stamp onto things which we desire from the core of our heart.

Our thoughts are magnets, and they’ve the power to produce intense magnetic effects in our lives. So, let’s think which we intensly want to see in our lives.

Experience the magnetic attraction you possess.Create life of your dreams.

I believe, will you?

Beginning of 2016

Got up at 4.50 am.
Dropped a handwritten gratitude note for someone special.
Worked out in gym for 30 mins.
Meditated under the tree for 10-15 mins
Japa for couple of minutes.

# Felt super charged for the whole day.

As Sadhguru says, ‘If we work on balancing our physical, mental and emotional energies, we can achieve whatever we want to’

Started writing love letter

Started writing love letters to myself from today. And I plan to experiment this new way every day for atleast a month.

It felt good to express love and affection towards myself. I felt the flow of positive electrons as I carved out qualities in me that lifted my life.

(This new venture is been inspired by the book I’m reading these days : You Can Heal Your Life by Louis L Hay)

How minimalism flows in our lives

Minimalism is not a new concept.(And don’t ever relate it with deprivation.) It’s just a follow through or an after effect of being joyous and content in (/with) the present moment.

That means if we are living ‘here’ and thinking of ‘here’ (and not worried about being there): we would be focusing on our current lifestyle, goals, plans, relationships, job, assignments etc.

However, we stay here and think of either the past or worried about the future. In this way, we skip-don’t notice the moment, resources, opportunities, people available to us. We don’t have time to notice things which lifts us and the things which drags us!
That means if we train our minds to be present in the NOW  – (mind  will still wander) for  most of the time we can learn to differentiate between things that bring peace and the things that turn us into pieces!

How to be present in the present : Here are few simple and practical ways that have helped me to be more present

1. Daily exercise, walk, sports, dance or any physical activity helps us to minimize the traffic of thoughts in our mind and relieves accumulated stress. And make us mindless(or mindful ;-))

2. Writing a gratitude journal or cultivating the habit of thankfulness for everthing brings awareness of the moment before us.

3. Spending couple of minutes closer to nature ( on the bank of a river, on a terrace or in the garden etc) once-twice a week helps us to connect with oursleves.

The deeper we listen to ourselves the better we learn and know about ourselves,about the things that distract us, about our dreams, about our likes and dislikes, about our lifestyle,about the things we need to learn and about the things we need to unlearn and from there on we can differentiate-declutter-dispose off the unwanted (stuff, thinking, relationships, habits, technology etc) and pick up which enhances the quality of our present! However, the list of unwanted things can differ from people to people as per their present conditions. Like for eg. when I’m in my research lab – smart phone is an unwanted stuff for me so I keep it switched off or in a silent but for someone else it may be a prime stuff.

And this is how minimalism flows in our lives : by being present.