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Blind dates, long distance affairs, telephonic relations, pen friends, childhood crushes and a typical male behind them all! Everyone is unique, every man is different. Yet, the fear of rejection always lurks like an inevitable shadow around an urban man. So, let’s find out more about this typical male syndrome.

Ex Girlfriends, Ghosts and That Secret Potion of Desire

Sweet melodies of yesteryears often soothe his soul. Confused past, hazy memoirs and long drives in his father’s old gypsy illuminates his apartment. The shadows of his ex girlfriends keep haunting him. Those larger than life greeting cards, those soft toys, those bracelets, those watches, those letters are locked inside his closet. Time changes, feelings evolve, old friends reunites. The air never remains the same.

How to Tweet Like Jim Morrison

Microblogging! The new addition to the content hungry universe is making everyone bit crazy. Some people are investing hefty sum of money to gain followers, some folks tweeting extra sensible quotes, some individuals trying to be little humorous, the celebrities gaining millions of followers overnight and some people are still dazed. They retweet, copy paste some old quotations, sometimes news and views and most of the times they just keep gazing at the time line without having any words to write.

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Winter Loneliness - Why Loneliness is Ecstatic?

The music of David Gilmour (On an Island) is creating a dreamlike ambience; the loner is busy writing his chronicle in his studio apartment, he is capturing the ecstasy of being lonely in an overcrowded city. He is mutely inhaling the drifting joy and the lingering silence, he is growing from within, he is catching the stars, and he is alive…

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Thursday, February 07, 2013

The Flying Pond





The shimmering blue pond
Amid the ruthless mountains
Sprinkles lust
The fishes gleam
The moon sinks
The horizon takes them in
The unholy creatures
Crawls in the dark
The monsters rise
The fishes die
Amid the blueness
The pond flies…



Wednesday, February 06, 2013

From Rock Music to Meditation – How My Life Changed?


Break free songs, headbanging, mosh pit, crowd surfing, yelling, jumping and now it’s just the silence of some sound healing sounds. My playlist suddenly changes, I hope I am not getting old but somehow lately I have developed a great fascination for sound healing music. From last summer I am trying to meditate daily. I am listening to various sound types ranging from raindrops to slow music of violin. 

The chaos of everyday life, the stress of urban existence, the relationship pressures and expectations were killing me from inside. I was extremely frustrated, totally broken, last year I was in the deepest depression phase. I forgot to write, totally lost focussed, and was wandering in search of happiness. I was stumbling against odd people. I needed a break from the monotony; I was living in constant pain. My head was literally filled with all kinds of rubbish. I was losing the game. Thousand questions were pestering me. I was clueless and wasn’t willing to give up. I tried to run just to feel good but that didn’t helped. I tried to forget everything but I couldn’t. I hardly slept; I just became a lifeless soul. I lost weight due to enormous anxiety. I tried to see videos to get inspiration but nothing really helped. I was completely losing it. 


Unlike yesteryears, I hardly smiled last year but slowly and steadily I tried to reform my life. I slept early just to feel good next day. I was just following a routine life. In between the monotony, I was constantly living in pain. I was facing uninterrupted failures. I wanted to visit a rehabilitation centre just to feel good. I wanted counselling but I wasn’t able to get any of them. Procrastination, feeling of guilt, failures and nightmares were making my life a total mess. I couldn’t see any inspiration in and around me. 


Meditation was the last refuge for me. One fine day, I decided to close my eyes and listen to one of the sound healing sounds for getting the peace of mind. It was relaxing still getting out of depression needs time. Those sound healing music became a part of my existence and slowly I recovered from that feeling of hopelessness. I somehow managed to come out of the third level of depression and anxiety. I am still recovering and I know it will take some more time. I have strong intuition that music will heal the scar left in my heart. I wake up early, I started eating breakfast and I meditate daily for self rejuvenation. I avoid negative thoughts and concentrate more on the things that are beautifully fictional. 


Right now, calmness of soul is what I want to attain in a busy city like Delhi. All the while, I became so sensitive that I stopped interacting with people. I was afraid of getting hurt but after mediation I really feel energetic and I have seen a change in my life. I am attracting positive energy. 


In order to attain a life of happiness, I am trying to conquer the fears and I am using meditation as a weapon to shed all the uncertainties loitering in my horizon. I am trying to heal myself and I want you to heal yourself through this technique if you are going through an unbearable painful life. Music and meditation can cure every disease at any given time. Close your eyes, take a deep breath and listen to the sound of rain. I bet you will be transported to a different world and all your worries will disappear…