My name is Gayatri Clabonova. This is my space to share and explore the happy and intelligent way of living. I am a writer and life-coach. I am passionate about meditation and healthfood and immensely fascinated about consciousness. I have found my life's meaning and now I spend my time sharing my insight and wisdom for a balanced, happy and harmonious living. I enjoy helping people to improve themselves through the articles and products of this website. Thank you so much for being here. I bless you on your journey.
Today I am going to share a wonderful meditation technique that I practice myself. I call it ‘Smiling you Meditation’. Smiling you meditation is an excellent way to be centered and calm very quickly. After this meditation, you will feel Read more….
Happiness is something all of us desire. However, happiness does not solely depend on external factors. Real happiness starts to grow inside of us as a deep feeling of a stream of joy flowing in your heart. It grows day Read more….
Trees are amazing beings. Big trees convey something to us. They are an inevitable part of the Earth, the Gaia. Green is sacred in many religions. It is the color of earth, the color of life. The trees and earth Read more….
Laughing Buddha is not just a Feng-Shui ornament or icon kept at one corner of your home for happiness. Recently I visited the home of one of my friends. I found a couple of small Laughing Buddha statues of different Read more….
Are you too, like me, fascinated by the Buddha and his teachings? Recently, one of my friends, a die-hard believer of individualism keeps insisting me to write more about the Buddha way of life. It is interesting that he found Read more….
The Laughing Buddha in many Asian cultures has come to represent a Buddha of contentment and abundance. He does not have the solemn air of the historical Buddha. On the contrary, he has a very open and jolly demeanor. The statue of Read more….
The laughing Buddha reminds us of the most important message from the Buddhist philosophy. You must have a loving heart to be happy. After the spread of Siddhatha Guatama’s teachings to China, the religion there had become too sanctimonious and sombre. The Read more….