Inner Awakening…Ascending to Higher Dimensions Vol. 2

by admin on 2 July 2015

Past Lives, Reincarnations & Alternate Realities When the soul (re)incarnates, the mind is stripped off its memories from the past lives. It’s truly an ingenious way to hold a human mind in captivity of the present moment. Perhaps, it’s a clever ploy of the universe to recycle souls and not having to worry about maintaining […]

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Inner Awakening…Ascending to Higher Dimensions Vol. 1

by admin on 2 June 2015

Seeking the Unknown “Inner Awakening is an arduous journey that a soul willingly embarks on, in order to evolve and ascend to higher dimensions. The journey starts with a burning desire for seeking the unknown, and culminates into piercing the veil of illusion that shrouds the entire existence, transcending human limitations, and finally, connecting with […]

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The Power of Love

by Anjali on 7 September 2013

Is Love an Over-Rated Emotion? I would say it’s not. It makes me feel sad when I hear people (especially the younger generation) openly declare that ‘Love’ is an over-rated emotion. Considering the rapid and tumultuous changes the human race has undergone over past few decades,  I’m not surprised to see that some people have completely […]

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Is Fidelity Overrated (Part 2)

by Anjali on 18 April 2013

Returning the favor? In part 1 I had made an honest attempt to lay down some commonly found reasons that compel a person to become disloyal to his / her partner. Some readers found those reasons justified whereas others discarded them as unreasonable. Speaking for myself, I feel that describing something as ‘good’ or ‘bad’ […]

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Is Fidelity Overrated (Part 1)

by Anjali on 7 April 2013

Fidelity by choice or by chance?  In an attempt to answer a request from my friend (hub pages), I am, once again, showing the audacity to step into one of the most controversial domains of human relationships. For ages, this has been an arena, in which almost every individual finds himself trapped, at least once […]

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Foster Homes – (Part 2)

by Anjali on 18 March 2013

Contd from last week… Foster Parents’ perspective Over the years the need of fosters homes has considerably increased. I guess the demand of such homes is directly proportional to the increase in crimes and the prisons getting flooded with criminals (small and big time). Why? Simply, because someone needs to take care of the children […]

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Foster Homes—Option or Compulsion? (Part 1)

by Anjali on 7 March 2013

Abuse of Law? Well, it happens everywhere whether we talk about developed, developing or third world countries. Legislators enact laws with some designated purpose which, unfortunately, gets defeated over a period of time. Very few victims finally get to reap the benefits of such legislations and most of the time it is the manipulative segment […]

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Split Personality Disorder (Part 2)

by Anjali on 17 November 2012

What causes dissociative identity disorder? Researchers have established that as many as 98% to 99% of individuals who develop dissociative disorders have recognized personal histories of recurring, overpowering, and often life-threatening disturbances at a sensitive developmental stage of childhood.  Dissociation may also happen when there has been insistent neglect or emotional abuse, even when there […]

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Split Personality Disorder (Part 1)

by Anjali on 7 November 2012

Who are you? “No offense….but do you have some kind split personality disorder?”  Well, I was asked this startling question by one of my friends a few days back. I almost laughed my heart out while my friend kept staring at me, wide eyed. He almost made me feel that I had some serious disorder […]

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Recognizing a Psychopath

by Anjali on 17 September 2012

Contd from last week.. How to know that you are living with a psychopath 1. He lacks the capacity of feeling someone else’s pain. He might fake it though. 2. He gets a sadistic pleasure in ‘starting the fire’ or, so to say, turning one friend against the other. See him slyly walking out of […]

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