like an amoeba


all frustrations are self-induced. the outside world can invite us to become upset, but we ultimately accept the invitation.


 

frustration doesn’t have any shape or form. it is like an amoeba. extending and retracting, spreading and growing, first inside then outside, devouring and consuming everything in sight. till we understand it, see it and then contain it.

this is my story, my katha. what is yours?

 

 

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allow that freedom


at some point you just have to let go of what you thought should happen and live in what is happening


reflectstaring ahead at a point, no movements, no actions, no activity. just sitting and gazing, letting my mind wander, allowing myself that freedom, no rules, no regulations, just free flow thoughts. what a blissful moment!

this is my story, my katha. what is yours?

taking a deep breath


what if today, we were just grateful for everything?


gratitudei looked up the sky and let out a deep breath.

a deep breath of thank you and gratitude to this vast universe, for allowing me to occupy but a small space.

this is my story, my katha. what is yours?

look straight in the eyes


take the bull by the horns


straight ahead

i am amazed by the strength a human possesses. it is fascinating to see how far we can stretch the problem.

and then bam!

the problem hits you right on the face till we decide to take it by the horns, look straight into its eyes and bring it down on the ground. i am going to do just that.

this is my story, my katha. what is yours?

 

be gentle


sometimes it’s okay if the only thing you did today was breathe


releasecould it have been any worse. felt like a yo-yo. yo-yoing from one state of being to another. from future to past and back again.

had to remind myself to be gentle and to let go of anxieties. to be in the now.

this is my story, my katha. what is yours?

be in the moment


meditation is not a way of making your mind quiet. it is a way of entering into the quiet that is already there


meditateWords of advice, words of caution, words of reason, words of insight. Thoughts, commotion, clutter, noise.

Just be. Exhale. Sigh.

Close the five senses of the body and be in the moment of silence. Be that moment.

This is my story, my katha. What is yours?