Tag Archive: Spirituality

Top 10 things about Ubud

During these last days in Ubud, I am suddenly gifted with a new set of gratitude glasses. I am reminded how much I have begun to take for granted. It happens in the… Continue reading

Beautiful days in Pondicherry

From this shady garden cafe, with old French colonial, rusty steel and romantic rose decor, I forget for a moment that I am in India. Ambient jazz and acoustic guitar mingles with expat… Continue reading

Meditating on my next move

It’s the first of December and I have been traveling for exactly one month. But what I’ve learnt over the years is that it isn’t about the places you go that matters but… Continue reading

The Ubud effect keeps giving

The Ubud effect keeps giving. I find myself running into the same people, and presented with the same kinds of deep conversations, in the same kind of raw food restaurants. Everything is different,… Continue reading

The Ubud effect

The Ubud effect started already on the flight from Colombo. I ended up next to a Sri Lankan-Australian woman who was on her way to Bali for the first time. She had no… Continue reading

Why I am here

I am back in Colombo, at the Gallery Cafe, a perfect oasis from the hustle and bustle outside.  Here, I can catch up with myself and my intentions. I have just come back from… Continue reading

Who looks inside, awakes

Your vision will be become clear only when you look into your heart; Who looks outside, dreams. Who looks inside, awakes. Carl Jung

Ask and you shall receive

I take time to sit down at my desk, with no distraction but the empty screen. A glass of red wine to my left. A plate of sliced parmesan cheese to my right.… Continue reading

The journey’s inner purpose

If our destination, or the steps you are going to take in the future, take up so much of your attention that they become more important to you than the step you are… Continue reading

Bamboo on bamboo

To watch the sun sink behind a flower clad hill. To wander on in a huge forest without thought of return. To stand upon the shore and gaze after a boat that disappears… Continue reading