Krishna Bhaavin
Helping People Harmonize & Maximize the Spiritual, Relational and Material Dimensions of their Lives. | www.krishnabhaavin.me

Forgiving has never been easy for me. Being a Sagittarian (which is a fire sign) on one hand and the venomous Snake (my Chinese sign) on another, I would always place honour above forgiveness.

Recently, a friend mentioned that his prime learning from our two great epics –Ramayana and Mahabharata

As originally published in India’s premiere spiritual magazine ‘Life Positive’ (June 2016 Issue)

Letting go is not easy. Each of us holds on to certainty, to security, to convenience, to the sphere of the ‘known’. I had a similar issue. All my life. Until I did an experiment that my…

As originally published in India’s premiere spiritual magazine ‘Life Positive’ (October 2016 Issue)

As a friend of mine puts it, the spiritual world involves two perpendicular trajectories: transformation and transcendence. The former is horizontal, the latter is vertical. All healing modalities belong to the former. All meditation movements belong to…

To a Buddha, a relationship is perhaps a misery-inducing entanglement. And to a Krishna, it is a pleasurable enchantment. To me, both are just perspectives, useful ones at that.

What matters more is our personal truth around this deeply karmic subject, our as-lived experience, the distilled essence of the way…

Realistically speaking, the spiritual path is a confusing path to walk, always teeming with conflicting ideas. With the many contradictory philosophies amongst the spiritual organisations themselves, what does an innocent seeker do? How does he identify the truth?

Gautam Buddha proclaims that life is suffering while an Epicurus claims that…

Non-doing essentially, is nothing but ‘Living in No-Goal’. The modern Western trainers ranging from Antony Robbins to Zig-Ziglar would be the first to refute this logic. They stress upon goal-setting & holding highly specific visions.

Not taking any credit away from them, these trainings have their own place but without…

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