I had the honor and privilege of interviewing Dr. Sherry Ruth Anderson on the themes of women’s spirituality and aging based on her two books. Sherry and Patricia Hopkins (1991) published “The Feminine Face of God: The Unfolding of the
The Radical Act of Surrender
Tibetan prayer flags represent prayers sent to heaven. Tibetan prayer flags often have the image of the Tibetan mythical creature, wind horse, or Lang-Ta, who carries prayers with the speed of the wind and strength of a galloping horse.
Bhajans: Songs of Worship
Different religious and spiritual traditions include songs and music in the worship of the Divine Source or God. Music and songs are powerful parts of worshipping the Divine One. Music and songs of worship can be powerful in strengthening one’s
Interview with Dr. Raymond Moody on his best selling book, Life After Life.
I am very honored and privileged to present my interview with Dr. Raymond Moody, a philosopher, scholar, physician, psychiatrist and prolific author. He received his doctorate in philosophy and taught for years as a professor of philosophy and then attended
Interview with Mari: Coming Back from a Near Death Experience from COVID
Mari is a very dear friend. I have known her for 20 years. Mari is remarkably optimistic and brave in the face of adversity. She is one the kindest people I know. She is an amazing woman, mother and grandmother.
Interview with Dr. Richard G. Tedeschi : Post Trauma Growth (PTG)
In our current times, many people are encountering or have faced adverse and tumultuous events in the recent past. The traditional relationship between encountering increased traumatic events and demonstration of psychological symptoms, distress or disorders is being challenged by the
The Cahanas: Keeping the Faith in the Worst of Times
Keeping the faith, as we are collectively paralyzed in dark and turbulent times, is very difficult. We are in the third year of a pandemic, marked by vast losses of lives, economic crises, homelessness, and food insecurity. The senseless genocide
Interview with Dr. Alok Pandey: Bhakti Yoga and Integral Yoga
Raised in India for the first ten years of my life, I heard about yoga that spiritual masters do. In the US, I attended yoga classes in the pre- pandemic era for centering and grounding myself. I love the restorative
Good Leaders and Collective Wellbeing: Steps towards a Kinder and Loving world
I am very excited to inform readers about the coolest conference, that I attended virtually, on topics like good leaders, collective well being, narratives of love, and steps to a loving and kinder world. The conference is the 5th Spirit
Mother Theresa : The Saint Who Mothered the World with Light, Love and yet Experienced Darkness
This post is about Mother Theresa, Saint of Light, Love and Darkness. But I will begin by talking about my mother. I have been missing my mother, Anuradha Ganguly. Her nick name was “Benu”. My mother was not a saint,