“Who in the world am I? Ah, that’s the great puzzle!”

When it comes to the human mind, we would realize that the external path of our life is quite simple, for it is a path  led by the conscious, and therefore predictable and defined. But when it comes to the unconscious, its paths are infinite. We fear treading on these paths for they are unfamiliar and uncharted. And yet, life exposes us to those moments when the conscious fails to sustain our spirits and we find our way into the abyss of the unconscious.

These are our true beginnings in this journey of self-discovery.

When we have picked up enough courage to explore these paths, we discover in these paths those profound revelations that give us insight into who we are, making this journey meaningful, fulfilling and unique.

This blog represents a journey through these paths and the insights assimilated thereby.

It represents those fleeting moments when the abyss of my unconscious is transiently illuminated, and I am able to capture in my words the profundity of this abyss and the beauty of its perceptions.

The articles in this blog are largely non-fictional. The category titled ‘fiction’ is also woven on a fabric of reality. They are based on insights gathered from my own life as well from the experiences of numerous people who have been a part of my life at some point in time.

I hope you will enjoy reading these articles. I also hope some of these insights will illuminate your own paths of self-discovery!


6 thoughts on “About

  1. Anjali

    Respected mam This is something so true and beauty of these words make an exihilating current run through your whole self…. U have got the poweress of words which gives my unnamed thoughts a name.. My uutaged feelings a validation…. My makes me have proud on my vulnerability.. my ability to shed emotions through my eyes a strength. When people mock me for my weakness of crying when i feel like…. u give me strength and ur words whisper that its ok to be the way i am… Sensitive, vulnerable.,nature loving… Ur words give me hope that i have been strong for too long its ok to open the flood gates… These people don’t know me. My resilience… They never saw my struggle, my pain, and the light that entered my being through that wound….. Thankyou sooooo much mam. Please keep sharing your thoughts….
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    1. Thank you for letting me know how my writing has made a difference in your life, Anjali. More than praises, I have always valued ‘Your words make a difference’. After all, isn’t that the purpose of all art? To help people transcend their suffering and liberate themselves. Much love.

  2. Anjali

    True mam. One thing I have noticed with all the writing up the story of my life that although my problems were big..emotionally distrubing to a huge extent and everything else but problem with me has been the guilt triping i did with myself. I just felt if i say this that person would turn bad in others eyes but i know there is other beautiful aspect of that person… I also felt that when there are this and that in world then who i am to feel pain on this issue. I always shamed my feelings telling them u aren’t right. But these words of ur and some other authors who touch such subject made me discover a new vision in this whole matter. Finally my hurt, pain was at least not shamed when they appeared. My teacher was extremely generous to write to me in our departing letter cum gift that i should harden somewhat world is too hard on too sensitive people… I know she meant good but ur articles made me stop wrestling with my sensitivity which is just very deep part of my being… Although now i am trying to learn to acknowledge my feelings not because they are right or wrong but just because they are there……..

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