Wednesday, September 30, 2020

Energy Medicine: The Science of Healing


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Humans and their connection with energy

Humans are powerful beings and the amount of energy they "actually" possess is commendable. But, in this hustle bustle of life, we hardly pause and reflect on our inner strength.


Maybe 'cause there is so much negativity around us that we get engulfed with it and eventually get drained by it. This constant drainage causes our immune system to weaken and eventually we fall prey to many illnesses. That results in the downfall of our health.

The above scenario can be avoided.


All living beings have energy flowing through them. A person could feel stressed out or tired because of the lack of energy in them. That usually happens when the energy flow is at it's minimum. We could help pump ourselves up by healing thyself.

WE are the healers and we can help bring our energy level to a measurable amount by various ways. There are many types of energy healing around us. To name a few:-

· ThetaHealing

· Shamanic Healing

· Restorative Touch

· Quantum Touch

· Reiki

Humans have 7 chakras of life in them. Each chakra is beneficial in it’s own way. Detailed information can be found on the below link.

Oneself can attain this energy healing via meditation.

The above various energy-healing methods need to be attuned by a Master specializing in the above.

Talking about Reiki.

What is Reiki?

Reiki is a Japanese word and when split means Life force Energy from the Higher Power.

What is it used for?

Reiki is used for stress reduction and relaxation besides promoting healing. It is a lay on hands technique used by Reiki practitioners where energy is transmitted to a person who is stressed out either physically or mentally. Awareness about it will help the person "feel" the energy flow through him.

Reiki is not any religion and has no dogma. The founder of Reiki, Dr. Mikao Usui introduced it in 1914 since he wanted all humans to live and act in a way that helps maintain peace and harmony amongst them.

Reiki is the flow of energy which helps accentuate a being.

Reiki has been divided into 3 parts where the Master gives attunements in three stages. The person after receiving the attunements can start to practice on himself and others. He will feel energy flowing through him when he is transmitting flow of energy into someone or himself.

Ideally, a practitioner should be get all the chakras of his moving and rust free. Once he has attained energy via chakra activation. He can start transmitting energy into another being and try to focus on clearing of the 7 chakras of the other person.

Is Reiki effective?

Reiki is energy dependent. If the person receiving Reiki is open minded, he will receive it and will see the difference in his well being...Emotionally and Physically.

However, if the person receiving Reiki has blocked himself and is rigid then he will NOT experience ANYTHING at all.

The effect lies in the receiver. There are various testimonials of people who are open to receiving this energy and have felt a difference in their lives...emotionally or physically.

About Myself...

I am a Reiki Master and have seen a difference in myself. How I perceive to problems around me and try to come up with solutions. The angle of observation towards life and it's problems has changed.

Reiki does not do any helps you change your perspectives, and this mind change can take you miles with regards to your emotional, mental and physical being.


That is because of the positive energy flowing inside you.

My friends who have received Reiki have seen changes in themselves.

They have observed that they are holding the reins of their life via their thoughts, which makes an impact on their physical being. Thus, helping the body to heal and take control.

It is a state of mind...a meditative mind, which can help create awareness of one self and helps us absorb energy to that ailing tissue to help bear the grunt of the pain while giving the mind a soothing effect.

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Try it...I guarantee that you will love it's after effects!

Tuesday, September 29, 2020

Spotlight: Unspoken: A Bouquet of Short Stories by Sadhana Wadhwa

Unspoken ~ A Bouquet of Short Stories


Sadhana Wadhwa

Publication Date: November 6, 2019

Sold By: Amazon Asia Pacific Holdings Private Limited

Language: English

Genre: Contemporary Fiction, Anthology


The choices we make and their consequences we endure can be numerous. Look around and you will be able to see a different story being woven in everyone’s lives: A woman who took the biggest decision of her life and paid the price, or then someone who had it all till one fateful night threatened to take it all away. Unrequited love and loss, or a second chance at reviving severed ties.

Unspoken brings to you a collection of seven such stories, which take you through the journey of these souls, controlled by the biggest mystery of the universe that we call life.

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Quotes Liked by Readers:

~ “Neither knew where they would go from here except that it would not be anything related to growing apart this time.”

~ “She hugged her tight and announced her name - "Mukti".”


She finally settled herself in bed, and out of habit, picked up her current read. Few pages in, she remembered about the next day’s schedule and proceeded to check that on her phone, another habit that she believed helped her to be prepared at all times. And then she stopped! How she wished she had not checked it. At least, not today. The date glared back, mocking her, bringing up unwanted emotions. "Seven,” she whispered. A single tear rolled down her cheeks before she knew it. It would be seven years tomorrow since that fateful day. As always, this anniversary brought with it a full range of emotions: guilt, sadness, and frustration at herself. She had even blamed Kshitij for whatever had happened that day, only to realize it wasn’t really his fault. Even after so many years, the memories of that day have remained imprinted upon her mind.

About the Author

Sadhana Wadhwa is a bookworm, writer, book reviewer, blogger and an IT Professional. Her works have appeared in several prestigious anthologies like Amravati Poetic Prisms and A Book Called Home, among others. When not reading books, she likes to spend time writing, honing her baking skills - a new found liking or simply lazing around.

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Saturday, September 26, 2020

Spotlight: One Day in October by Sudesna Ghosh

Spotlight: Hope? I Hope Not by Raghav Gupta

hope i hope not by raghav gautam

Hope? I Hope Not!


Short Story Collection


'Hope? Hope not!' is a collection of stories from all walks of life and all age groups. It's is a reflection on human behavior and its peculiarities, written from the narrative perspective. The story traps the struggles and aspirations of the common men through different themes and genres.

Intro Story:


‘There are two kinds of hope’, he read through the text he had written and memorized. He was to give this speech at many motivational talks he would be giving once he achieved his goals. ‘The one hope is which drives you towards your goals. It is the hope that is the burning fire when you are cold and dark. This hope has been the reason for all the good things in the world.’ He paused, reflecting on his own life.


‘There’s another hope, it’s a disease disguised as hope. You don’t achieve anything, get a false sense of failure and victory because your heart and brain fail to differentiate between truth and deception. Yes, you get deceived by what you want to be, even though you can’t be the person.’


He realized he had no breathing space. And he wasn’t breathing either. He was again in two places, the world where he wanted to belong; and the world, where the world had sent him. Of course he had fallen for the second hope he wanted to warn people about in his motivational talks.

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“Worth every penny. Simple language, vivid portrayal, just the right balance between humour and seriousness. Eagerly awaiting more from the author.”


“This is an interesting book. All the stories gave different perspective about life. The narration is good with easy language. There is also dose of humour here and there with life philosophy. I liked it. If you want to experience different shades of life in a single book then go for it.”


“This book is like a Diwali bonus to provide provide you with several characters and several stories in just a couple of hours. â€œ


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About the author

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Raghav Gautam was born in 1987, and from there his experiments with hobbies began. He started writing poetry around the age of 15, started writing stories around the age of 18, then moved on to sketching, digital painting, stitch painting, and so many other things where he just didn’t stick (except for verses and fiction perhaps).


Life changed for him when he picked up his camera for a heritage walk for the second time- after almost not using it for years properly. He moved beyond auto-focus, changed his ambitions of working in post-production to working in production and as it seems- he has found a hobby which has turned into his profession, and he still yearns for those moments of personal projects which stretch him, test him, and give him pleasure in equal measures.


His writing style is natural, as he doesn't delve deep into descriptions. He remembers R. K. Narayan's Dateless Diary, where he mentioned that he skips writing all the descriptions that he skips while reading. Raghav has imbibed this feature. His aim is to take people into an emotional space where they can experience a world of their own.


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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

Spotlight – I’m the 10th by Deep Downer

I Am The 10th
(Navruts series- Book 1)

GenreHistorical thriller


Based in modern times, ‘I Am The 10th’ is the story of one of the oldest, and arguably the mightiest cults that originated during the 3rd century BC in India.

Sarah, a happily married lady from New Delhi, India, wakes up one fine morning in an unknown place. It’s not her home, not her city; it’s not even her country.

What is she doing there? How did she reach there? Where is her family?

Her search to all these questions takes her on a journey, a long journey that had started way back in the 3rd century BC. She finds out that everything she thought she knew about her- her marriage, husband, family, home, India, even her name- was a lie.

Will she be able to find out the truth? More importantly, will she be able to handle the truth if she finds it out?

Come and join Sarah on her journey that will take you to
300 BC, through the Mahabharata era, and back. Witness the biggest and the deadliest battle ever in the history of mankind that could well spell the end of humanity and the end of this world. Experience the might of the ancient Shastras and Astras, like Naag Pash, Brahma Kavach, and Narayan Astra.

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About the author

D. R. Downer is a writer, author, editor, and a ghostwriter. He has penned more than 39 books so far, 20 of which have been published under his own name, with the rest being ghostwriting projects. Although he has written books in varied sub-genres, his favorite genre is thriller and almost all his books have that as the main genre.

After completing his B.E. (Mechanical) and MBA (Marketing), DD started his professional journey as an Executive in the Sales department of a UK based organization. Since then, he changed over and handled many roles and responsibilities in the Marketing and Customer Service departments across industries. Later, shifted over to Advertising and spent a good 11 years in the same. He finally found his true calling in writing and now spends hours glued to his laptop conjuring up fictional worlds, and wonders if his wife can sue him for cheating on her with his laptop.

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Monday, September 21, 2020

Take Five. Anywhere. Anytime.

 How many times have you walked into a room with your body but left your mind elsewhere? 

Perhaps you were heading into a meeting with colleagues but still thinking about a difficult conversation with your partner; or maybe as you were sitting down to dinner with family, your mind was racing with worry. Our minds have the ability to think and plan for the future and also, reminisce and review what has happened in the past. This ability serves us in many ways, but it can also hijack us from staying fully present in the moment.

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De-stress with a simple breathing practice.

Moments of transition present us with an opportunity to pause and arrive to the moment right in front of us. TAKE FIVE is a quick grounding practice, to do just that. Simply take five breaths to connect the body and mind together, notice how you feel and set an intention to experience what is happening in the moment. About to sit down to dinner? Taking five breaths can open your heart to set the intention to listen and laugh. Preparing for an important meeting? Taking five breaths can give you a little space to focus on what you want to communicate.

Have little ones at home that are struggling to regulate their feelings? Try TAKE FIVE. It can become a counting game that you can do together as a tool to help them when their world has turned upside down.

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Need proof? Try these suggestions.

  • Next time you are getting ready to meet your friends online, pause to TAKE FIVE and notice what is present for you. Is there something you want to share that makes you feel anxious? Invite your friends to explore this practice with you by doing TAKE FIVE together or by playing this recording.
  • Heading to the grocery store? Give yourself space to take 5 slow breaths before walking into the store. Notice your surroundings, both inner and outer and acknowledge that whatever you are feeling is OK.
  • Preparing for your nighttime routine? Create space between your daytime busyness and your evening plans with TAKE FIVE. It’s both a calming and restorative practice. Just sit at the edge of your bed with one hand on your lap, and your palm facing up. Each time you take a full cycle of breath, fold one finger down. Once all 5 fingers are folded, take a moment to notice how you feel. The stage is now set for you to enjoy your downtime.

Sprinkle your day with TAKE FIVE and get in touch with your feelings.

Over time, checking in with yourself throughout the day with TAKE FIVE breathing practice can help build compassionate understanding of the ups and downs of daily life. It's okay to feel anxious, sad, angry, happy, neutral or lonely. The better able you are at identifying what you are feeling in any given moment, the better able you will be at taking care of yourself, no matter what shows up.


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Sunday, September 20, 2020

Spotlight: A Marriage of Convenience Romance by Dee James


(Double Trouble 1)
Dee James

Publication Date: Aug 3, 2020
Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
Language: English
Genre: Romance

Ashwin was the ever-so-serious, alpha-male who thrived on the next deal, the next million. Surprises were not his thing, especially when they were of the bad kind. After two years of working with his efficient EA, why did he feel an uncanny attraction to her all of a sudden? Was he missing something in the whole picture?

Dia was the quintessential romantic who read, wrote, and thrived on romance. She had nothing to do with the corporate world or her sister’s boss – the sinful-looking Ashwin Kumar. Only, her twin has been missing and she needed to investigate the reason behind her twin’s vanishing act. She thought it would only be a matter of few days, and she could conveniently play her efficient twin. Unfortunately, she wasn’t prepared for the man who could as well one of her reel heros.

When Ashwin suggests a marriage of convenience, neither of them expect to fall in love. Or, did they? What about Anita? Will she find her missing sister?

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Dee James writes sweet, dreamy, romantic stories. A software professional by day, she wears her secret romance cape after work hours. Dee J loves to write about quirky, independent women and sinful-looking alpha men who find their own happily ever after. Her books feature a heavy dose of humor, drama, and love, of course! Apart from devouring all things romance, Dee J loves to read, blog, sing, and cook. Besides insta-love, pink lipsticks, and kohls, the one thing that she can’t do without is coffee!

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