My Learning



We have all grown up with myths—half-truths—that prevent us from living a life filled with possibility and passion. The most potent myth is about giving and receiving that can sabotage your relationships, finances, career, even your health—without you knowing it.

Looking at life, the key paradoxes and stressors of our time are how to balance what others need with what we need, how to give and to receive. Should I sacrifice for others or give to myself? Be generous or draw boundaries? Stay in a relationship or say goodbye? Tensions like these are not only a natural part of life, they are life.

However, through my personal journey, I have learnt that if there is internal balance, the practical results can be surprising – psychologically and physically. There is a delicate balance between giving and receiving. If you give with the heart rather than the head, if you are honest about relationships, if you are true to yourself and if you honor endings as much as you honor beginnings, then you will be free to celebrate life without tension, without stress.

I have given a great deal of thought to the meaning of life, something I have been searching for with great intensity since I grew up. And in my quest I have learnt a lot of important lessons. I have become a better human being. I have learnt the strength of the human spirit. I have stopped expecting. I have sorted my own self before trying to sort others out.

I initially set out because I wanted to simply educate myself. Today, I realize that I can communicate and share what I have learnt through my experience and help others find an easy pathway to transform and heal the inner self. This is what I wish to share with all who are interested in seeking more from life.

I love films, I love my work but I’m more aware of the world now. I spend as much time as I can in a day trying to educate myself and travel whenever I possibly can. I’m grateful to be able to live and love both aspects of my life – practical and spiritual.