As humans, we can all use different psychological defense mechanisms to protect our egos and feelings when triggered – – guilt, shame, hurt, angry, jealous, envious etc. The one most mentioned in today’s lexicon is the word – projection. Psychological projection is a common behavior in which someone attributes their own character traits, emotions, intentions,Continue reading “Projection”


“Enmeshment” is a therapeutic term frequently used in family therapy to describe a relationship pattern between two or more individuals in which personal boundaries are unclear and permeable. This relationship pattern is often unhealthy, dysfunctional and anxiety producing on an emotional level. Participates are overly connected with an often unstated expectation to save or meetContinue reading “e*n*m*e*s*h*m*e*n*t”


Mid 2021, the one word that best resonates for me is METAcognition. What does it mean and how does it relate to our current individual and collective mental state? Cognition is generally thought of as one’s ability to process information. It is a culmination of your past knowledge and experiences gained via life and culturalContinue reading “METAcognition”


The word ascension (noun) is derived from the Latin word ascendere, meaning “to mound, ascend or to go up.”   Change is required indeed!  What can one expect the higher you rise? +++ ++++++ +++++++++ Is the sky always the limit?


noun: revelation; plural noun: revelations a surprising and previously unknown fact, especially one that is made known in a dramatic way. the making known of something that was previously secret or unknown used to emphasize the surprising or remarkable quality of someone or something the divine or supernatural disclosure to humans of something relating toContinue reading “revelation”


a lighting up (shine a light and make it brighter) the luminous flux per unit area on an intercepting surface at any given point to make something that is difficult to understand clearer by providing an interpretation or clarification that removes obstacles to understanding a condition of divine, spiritual awareness or intellectual enlightenment


अविद्या (Avidyā) is a Vedic Sanskrit compound word composed from “a” and “vidya” (not vidya). The word vidya is derived from the Sanskrit root Vid, which means “to know, to perceive, to see, to understand” . Therefore, अविद्या (avidya) means to “not know, not perceive, not see, not understand”. In the yogic philosophy, avidya doesn’tContinue reading “अविद्या”