My faith took me deep into these modes working with friends and family on a regular basis. As I helped others overcome their physical, emotional or mental blockages, my own faith strengthened.
In my spiritual quests, I was also learning about the constant sufferings of young adults that lead to acute anxiety, stress, depression and addictions through my vocational studies in Psychoanalysis. The race of life without clear goals has left the youth traumatized and helpless, hanging between a draining past and burdensome future.
In the process of constantly learning and upgrading my life skills, I came across Mindfulness Practices. Mindfulness is a scientifically proven technique to cure stress, mental illness and create visible changes in life's skill set, hence paving a clear path for a fulfilling future.
With my own practice of Mindfulness I became aware of my own true self in a more deep and profound way. I learned to accept more, expect less, be non-judgmental and above all, be grateful for life itself. I realized what wonders the mind can do by “just being in the present moment”. This paved the way for my ultimate life purpose.
I feel immense pleasure and deep gratitude to see my life as a portrait of an artist. It is beautifully designed and embedded with qualities that not only showed me the ultimate way of life but also enlightened me with my purpose of contributing to society, aspiring to shape the future of its next generation.
I’m proud to be one of India’s first Trained Mindfulness Facilitator by the best Mindful school of the world, Mindful School Organization (California, USA), the organization that first brought Mindful Practices into Education in the mid-2000s.