After Base

—what is left is exploration. Base of anything actually. Mostly we create a base for our work or life—and then it just stays there—nice and cozy. Disrupting peace is like inviting trouble. But that’s when we need to start exploring.

Plan to Flow

Flow is the only thing on my mind, with the ocean right in front of me as I write and the wind sways the fabric I am wearing. Right now the flow feels effortless—the flow feels right. The only plan I have today is to flow.

Under a Spotlight

I have always been in dance classes where bodies spoke. Words were just decorations. Gestures, physical connections, eye contact—were enough. I love the passing of bodies like passersby. I love how everything can become a performance for an artist. You can create your stage anywhere, portray emotions anytime without justifying. There should be some perksContinue reading “Under a Spotlight”

Make it Real

Meet people. Hear their voices. Connect in real-time. Texture of voice is better than text. Feel the pauses. Enjoy the body language. Fall in love with faces and voices. Enjoy different moods and foods. See their eyes smile or darken. Make friends. Make it real.


Confident and clear eyes need practise. They need to be worked on daily as we keep getting layers of unwanted emotions that make our eyes dull. Clarity is rare. It’s an art to work that and own the clear you. Restless eyes have a look. Lost eyes have a look. Clear eyes have a look.Continue reading “Eyes”

Swim in Ideas

It feels good to toss ideas around and swim in them. It’s needed to activate the creative play factor. Hear your own ideas and use them unabashedly. You like it? Go for it. Make it a habit. Do so much of it—get to know how it feels—ideate without validation—act without permission. Go swim!

The Necessary Life

Your thought process can be progressive by the second if you travel to all the right places in your mind—unwanted feelings if any, are left far behind. It’s a constant decision to let go of the unnecessary. You have to choose that mindspace. You’ve got one life. The necessary life.