The podcast “The Nishant Garg Show” started without knowing anyone in the mental health and mindfulness industry. Why am I specific to only mental health and mindfulness industry? When I … Continue reading How I Approach Busy Powerful People and Influencers
I’ve been in the state of surrender and letting go of expectations, outcomes, and attachments. I had heard of Abraham Hicks from Wayne Dyer’s teachings, but I never studied Abraham … Continue reading Lessons from Abraham Hicks — Synchronicity, Letting Go, Surrender, and More
Make your amends with adversaries. The simple formula to attain peace and happiness is forgiveness. By radiating the forgiving energy outward, you will find the positive respectful energy flowing back … Continue reading Let’s Try to Forgive and observe Life’s Miracles
There is a bridge between our great ideas and their fulfillment. We get to meet naysayers, obstacles, rejections, failures, and disappointments on this bridge. They are the teachers. These teachers … Continue reading Crossing the Bridge: A Letter to Myself and Friend
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Justin Brady — Lessons Learned and Short Advice
Why am I writing a post on Psychedelics? A good friend Michael Ostrolenk asked me a few months ago — if I wanted to interview William A. Richards (Bill), and my response was hell yeah.
The real questions are these: Can we have love and desire in the same relationship over time? How? What exactly would that kind of relationship be?
One morning over a cup of coffee in one hand and pen in another hand, I allowed the pen to flow on paper as if my older self—my 40 year old is sitting with me and trying to sooth and advice my current self. This short piece of exercise gave me deep satisfaction and peace deep within. This journaling exercise can be done over and over whenever you feel distracted in life, need a pause in life, or as a self-reflection.
This post isn’t about habits and practices to achieve something, but rather being hopeful during the times of distress, darkness and when our heart is broken. Being hopeful isn’t easy … Continue reading Courage and Hope for Love and Broken Heart
I may have an unhappy day at home. Things may not go right. I can’t control – but when that light goes on, I control my environment. And then, how many people get to control their environment? So, when I hosted a radio show every night or television show every day or wrote a column, I controlled the question I would ask. I controlled my environment.
“Trauma isn’t what happens to you, it’s what happens inside you.” – Gabor Maté The very first thing I do in the morning right after waking up—I listen to Gabor … Continue reading Dr. Gabor Maté — Compassionate Inquiry, Healing the Wounds of Trauma, Authenticity and Attachment, and More
“Instead of being crushed by the gap, I became fascinated. I wanted to know more.“ – Scott Shute While preparing for the interview preparation of Scott Shute, I found this … Continue reading The Creative Process, Be fascinated, Work hard, and Taking Things to the Next Level