We cannot erase emotional memory, we can partially bury grief related feelings by fooling the mind, but the emotional triggers are deeper and it’s hard to control them. As per research, emotional triggers are often linked with dates, events in order for our memory to remind us. For the happy memories, it’s fine but for the painful one’s, the mind tries to do the opposite of what the memory is doing – not remember.Read more
“You have to have courage to love somebody. Because you risk everything. Everything.” ~ Maya Angelou Happiness is unfortunately perceived as perfectionism, things which flow smoothly, no messy conversations or…
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Posted: April 30, 2017
I unfortunately have no rule book which would dictate, “You have to text only when its their birthday” or “Don’t pine for them!” Every relationship is different, every person is different, and different things work for different people. What I do understand is, it’s helpful to create some extra space between yourself and the person you’re interested in. It could mean, cutting down the time texting, updating them about your life or showing interest in theirs. Honestly? It may sound harsh, but either you learn to accept that, for whatever reason, and for however long, this circle is the pattern you’re going to live with. (of playing the patient game and then having the innocent drink) and be okay with it.You don’t need to keep looking for signs that it’s over, but what you may really want is proof that it could happen. So, be clear – of what you want or what you wish for. Hidden desires have a way of manifesting themselves that could confuse your current relationship.
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Letting Go Of 2016….
Posted: December 16, 2016
Let go of 2016 with grace, with compassion and acknowledging that you’ve come a long way. Sure, there were better routes, maybe smoother one’s but you chose what you knew…