Pragya Pradhan

Author From the Himalayan foothills of India, where she attended an international school, to the historic Washington D.C. Metro area, where she lives currently, Pragya Pradhan, a law graduate and freelance writer, has developed a keen interest in various cultures, lifestyles and philosophies. She is passionate about meditation and has practiced Sahaja Yoga for over 25 years. Vibe Revive

Posts by Pragya Pradhan

Share… Three objects lay on the table- a bowl, a vase and a teacup. “Look,” She told him. “See,” She said moving them, “They are related to each other.” He recalls how she rearranged the objects until they were in their right places- a more pleasing relationship, and then She exclaimed, “They are one!” Richard […]

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Share… One Man’s Steadfast Journey to Find the Truth No matter which decade, with its 70 miles of coastline, white sandy beaches and a host of tourist attractions, ‘America’s Finest City,’ is hardly a destination for those in search of the truth or so one would think and especially not during holiday season when shops […]

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Share… He’s not the kind of guy you’ll find enjoying a couple of drinks at a college party or spending time hanging with the guys at a game. No. White lab-coat, latex gloves and a microscope are more his kind of game, and in his spare time, he’s probably pondering over life and the quest […]

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Share… We have the pleasure to announce a Sufi poetry event in the Washington D.C. metro area that celebrates the spirituality expressed in the sayings of Sufis from Persia to India. The event on Oct 5th at the Sahaja Yoga Meditation Center in Chantilly, Virginia, is dedicated to Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi, founder of Sahaja […]

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Share… We were born smiling. Well, maybe not exactly, but babies do smile a whole lot. It comes to them naturally, but somewhere down the line, things change. We begin to think, form ideas and react. We lose the smile fairly quickly. Stress kicks in, and we forget our inherent state of silence. We forget […]

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Thanksgiving without Turkey? Practically unthinkable! Whether it’s a twenty-pound bird or sweet potatoes mixed with marshmallows, surely everyone at the table will tell you of a thanksgiving dish they can’t do without…

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When someone takes control of your thoughts, you lose the enjoyment of being in the present moment. Perhaps, it’s better to forgive and move on in our meditation. When we keep our attention within ourselves, we connect better to our spirit…

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