Mediation Showing all 2 results Default sorting Sort by popularity Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low Meditation classes Free FREE Signup Now Meditation classes Paid $150.00 Signup Now 0 Comments Sravasti Guha Thakurta on November 17, 2021 Upon reading your article, I realize that most of my life, I have been a “victim “. Now sometimes I am the ” rescuer”. Hopefully I will never become a ” persecuter “. Thanks for writing such an interesting and informative blog and explaining everything so succinctly. Reply Ankkita on November 17, 2021 Oh yes! I too have been a victim for a larger part of my life, though I have realized that with awareness, slowly it gets better! Reply Sravasti Guha Thakurta on November 13, 2021 Hope you find a great neighbour, who will be a friend too ? Reply Ankkita on November 14, 2021 haha..Thank you!! <3 Reply Sravasti Guha Thakurta on October 27, 2021 Thanks for explaining everything so lucidly. Reply Ankkita on October 27, 2021 Thank you!!! <3 Reply Mario on November 6, 2021 Yes Reply Kariuki on October 26, 2021 Thank you Quora for bringing me here. Reply Ankkita on October 26, 2021 I am happy you liked it! 🙂 Reply Larisa on October 26, 2021 Hope you have a good neighbour now! Nice blog by the way… Reply Ankkita on October 26, 2021 Thank you, Larisa!! Reply Blakley Swantek on October 25, 2021 This has opened my eyes on a lot of things, Thank U!! Reply Ankkita on October 25, 2021 I am glad it resonated with you! Reply Rachana on October 20, 2021 Ankitta, first and foremost nice article. I disagree on the women thing. Can you count the number of times you or any woman has stood up to speak up their mind and the issue at hand and draw that line? Yes, we don’t forget (forgive) in a fear that the same incident may happen again and at times even telling assertively and affirmatively – is not taken well by our loved ones and then there comes a choice if you wish to speak up or just let go for another hurtful event to happen. It’s a long way for us to speak up and heal ourselves – at least as a woman. Reply Ankkita on October 21, 2021 Thank you for sharing your thoughts, Rachana <3 Reply Sravasti Guha Thakurta on October 10, 2021 For me, deep breathing helps. Also, there is a biochemic medicine Kali Phos 6X . That too helps Reply Ankkita on October 10, 2021 Glad you commented what helps you. It might help others who read it. Reply Meenakshi Kapoor on September 29, 2021 ? Reply G on September 28, 2021 Can’t manage to access the file Reply Ankkita on September 28, 2021 Does it show any error from the laptop too?? Reply Ashikur on September 28, 2021 Great one with nice pictures !!! I have reduced taking sugar since 2 years and restrict myself upto 2 sweets a day maximum 🙂 I also quit having sugar in tea and coffee. Reply Ankkita on September 28, 2021 Do you feel any difference? Reply ASHIKUR on September 29, 2021 I felt it after 6 months or so that I got more fit and my tummy reduced a little. Facial skin also improved a lot. Ankkita on October 3, 2021 Yaaay!!! birendra khati on September 24, 2021 Wonderful content. Appreciate all the hard work behind this. Reply Ankkita on September 26, 2021 Thank you, Sir!! Reply The Power of Meditation – Lensq on September 16, 2021 […] When she registered for Vipassana retreat in 2020 Feb, all she wanted was to learn to accept death if healing doesn’t happen. But on the 7th day, as she was meditating on the chest area, she felt that a huge negative energy left her right lung where the tumor was located. A sudden feeling of fear and anxiety was accompanied by a light body and a chaotic mind. That was when she felt prana entering the dead area where the tumor was located. You can read about her magical experiences during the Vipassana retreat here. […] Reply Poornima on September 12, 2020 Hi Ankita, how are you doing? I am missing you here and on Quora. Unfortunately I don’t have a quora account anymore. I hope you see this and know that I am thinking of you and sending good thoughts. Reply Rajni on September 9, 2020 I am a fan of Positive Thinking. I was very happy to see these Positive Thought books come alive in Ankita and Prapti as well. I am sure many will get benefited by reading this story to follow suit. Prapti, you are an Angel of Positivity. Thanks for sharing your beautiful story. Reply Kaley Elsner on July 14, 2020 Hi there, i read your blog from time to time and i own a similar one and i was just wondering if you get a lot of spam remarks? If so how do you stop it, any plugin or anything you can advise? I get so much lately it’s driving me mad so any assistance is very much appreciated. Reply Ankkita on August 11, 2020 Oh! I have the same issue..Don’t know how we can get rid of it. 🙁 Reply Niharika Agarwal on July 14, 2020 Hi Ankkita, It feels so peaceful to read through your blogs and to know that there are others like me who go through the same thing. You really have a way with words, and are able to express the feelings so beautifully. Something which I find very hard to express. I have been thinking about Vipassana for few years now. Would like to know which is the place that you went to? Reply Ankkita on August 11, 2020 Thank you so much Niharika <3 I went to Egberg, Ontario. Reply Abhishek Patil on July 13, 2020 Really it is great.. The Karma we are doing now the definitely results we will get in future. Like in Bhagwat geeta Sri Krishna said, “Do selfless karma and leave everything to me” Everything goes around come back to you . Reply Parthiban on July 10, 2020 Your Narrative Style is really awesome sister. I Hope you will do more interesting topics. Reply Rohit on July 8, 2020 That’s really informative 🙂 Reply Ajit Patil on June 16, 2020 Very touchy story. Nicely narrated Reply Rohit on July 15, 2020 Thanks Ajit 🙂 Reply Ashikur on May 30, 2020 Hey! Nice information. Thanks for sharing 🙂 Thank God ! I intake all the above items in abundance except that berries as they are hardly available in the normal market here. Though I eat lot of other fruits. Reply Ashikur on May 29, 2020 Very very interesting post !!!! Number of times you have mentioned LOA in your writings but this one is most convincing and yet mindblowing 😀 “Giving Out What You Most Want, Comes Back To You Better Than You Imagine.” exactly !!!! and that’s why you people never faced any fiscal problems and I am sure you people will continue to live this happily everafter 🙂 Yes mind is everything … you think and you put effort, for sure, things going to happen… However at this moment I am naive in case of LOA.. I will surely try that E-Square book for more …thanks for sharing !!!!! I am the most negative thinker around, I bet!!! On contrary, my wife has a bad habit of seeing and thinking the positive side of every possible situations/things etc :P…. this leads to severe altercation sometime and in which, as a true man, I always tends to apologize in the end :'( Great blog !!! keep going and be safe and healthy 🙂 Reply SONIYAMARY. M on May 29, 2020 Nice Reply Foods that fight Cancer | Ankkita Sinha on May 28, 2020 […] harvest season, in general, Japanese Green Tea is better than Chinese Green Tea. (Here is the link on which Green tea is the […] Reply Babita on May 26, 2020 I have been reading about all this since a year now and have been practicing it since past year and it really works. You said it right you can’t be positive all the time but once you start thinking from a certain frame and you practice it daily like just seeing the good part of the situation or may be be calm in distress situation it helps alot and achieving things law of attraction becomes and easy. It was really good to read your blog as it also gave me a new read that is E². Reply Ankkita on May 26, 2020 I am glad it helped Babita 🙂 Reply Juniper on May 28, 2020 What a lovely article. I hope you are well with your health. I really enjoyed it. Ankkita on June 3, 2020 Thank you so much! Sourav Sahoo on May 25, 2020 From what I’ve understood from my past “experiments”, this law requires an undeterred belief as the fuel. I had started with visualizing normal yet unlikely circumstances which somehow happened one way or the other. That initial “beginner’s luck” is very much crucial as it tends to make/break the faith of an individual, which then only increases exponentially once it starts working consistently. Hence, I think it’s more of a feedback loop of faith and dreams, the more you invest … the more you can afford to dream. To be honest, I support Joseph Murphy’s take to this law as a direct manifestation of the subconscious. Every prayer to God is recorded by the subconscious, and while you see it becoming true, the concept of God (or otherwise) is further reinforced religiously. I don’t know if God exists, or if the whole cosmos/subconscious is a product of pseudoscience, but I do know that nature has its mysteries which are beyond our comprehension if thought rationally. Reply Ankkita on May 26, 2020 Yes, I guess it’s about subconscious mind though I believe even if we put the effort in visualizations for few minutes as explained in ‘Ask and it is given’ it works. Its better than not doing any visualization. And I soo much believe in the concept of God. I have seen it working! Reply Ishan Bhardwaj on May 23, 2020 So it all comes to thoughts, our very life is an outcome of our thought process then. Is it ??? Reply Ankkita on May 23, 2020 As per my understanding, our life is an outcome of our past actions, however, future can be altered based on our thought process. Reply Ashutosh on May 21, 2020 You are into meditation, but garlic inhibits the process of mediation due to its nature(according to Ayurveda). Many gurus have advised against consuming it daily as it should be treated as medicine and not food. it would be great if you share your experience of whether it has affected your meditation and what would dose do you recommend a healthy person. Reply Ankkita on May 24, 2020 Yes, a healthy person shouldn’t eat garlic that much. I mean not daily since we consume it in food too as it creates heat in the body. But if someone is having any health issue, it’s good to add RAW garlic in diet for few days so that it prevents the body from pathogens and support in liver in body detox. Reply Harini Prasad on May 19, 2020 Really nice mam! I feel some positivity around me right now. 🙂 Reply Ankkita on May 19, 2020 I am glad it helped girl <3 Reply Soso on May 18, 2020 Thank you for opening my eyes, I am now believing in love again. Soso Reply Ankkita on May 19, 2020 I am glad it helped 🙂 Reply pratikhya on May 17, 2020 Great experience Ma’am..? Reply Ankkita on May 19, 2020 Thank you Pratikhya! Do share your experience if you had something similar <3 Reply Ankkita on May 24, 2020 Thank you so much 🙂 Reply Jayasree R on September 14, 2020 Very inspiring thought provoking post Ankita mam .?.I am your Quora follower…iam interested in Spirituality too like you .. Sravasti Guha Thakurta on September 23, 2021 Thanks for this wonderful, detailed article. Yesterday night I was thinking of asking you for some details about the LOA. This morning ,I found this detailed article on the LOA. Is this just a happy coincidence, or a Manifestation, I wonder? Reply Ankkita on September 23, 2021 haha. Maybe a Manifestation! You never know when the Universe listens to you 😉 Jitun on May 15, 2020 Really a heart touching story. It shows the reality versus our expectations. It is a nice piece of learning to others as well. As nothing is prefect in this world we should stop searching for a perfectionist. Thanks for sharing ? Reply Ankkita on May 15, 2020 I am glad you could resonate Jitun 🙂 Reply Deneshraj on May 15, 2020 I was really in a need of words like this. After reading this article, what I am thinking is letting go of my parameters and expectations. Thank you for such a wonderful article. Reply Ankkita on May 15, 2020 I am sooo glad it helped Deneshraj 🙂 Wish you luck with your search 🙂 Reply Shraddha N Bandekar on May 14, 2020 Trust God always have faith. Miracles happen with faith I experience Reply Anamika Roy on May 11, 2020 This is such a motivational story, thanks for sharing. Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Glad you liked it 🙂 Reply Deepak on May 11, 2020 Alls well that ends well. Wonderful story mate! Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Thanks Deepak! Reply Abhishek on May 11, 2020 Wow! God bless you kid!!! Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Thanks for your wishes Abhishek! Reply Raj on May 11, 2020 Great story, truly inspirational… Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Glad that you found it inspirational, Raj 🙂 Reply Om on May 11, 2020 Inspirational story! Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Thanks Om 🙂 Reply rokaSouen on May 11, 2020 I am so glad i read it! Your optimism strucks me and I believe that through the love of God I would also find someone soon that “clicks me” 🙂 Reply Ankkita on May 11, 2020 Amen! I wish you get someone very soon <3 Reply Neena khan on May 10, 2020 Brave heart!! Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Thanks Neena 🙂 Reply Althea on May 9, 2020 im trans and your story made me not alone though im kept praying in my novena and mass in church that God will destined my future man.. Love has No Gender i know i have strong faith that God will lead me in his prefect time and way.. p.s i just turn 37 and still single.. Reply Ankkita on May 11, 2020 Hey Althea, I really wish you get someone real soon. 37 is not that bad as love knows no barriers. All the best and good luck with your search <3 Reply Bikram on May 15, 2020 Ankita you are a good soul and your man is lucky . Ankkita on May 15, 2020 That’s soo kind of you Bikram <3 Daniel Kyaligonza on May 9, 2020 Love every bit of this story, there is no perfect person and we cannot enter a shop to look for our customized partners but rather, remove all barriers we put on others and then surely, love will blossom when we least expect it. i still cannot explain how hearts meet and fall completely for someone without any serious reasons. all these are nature and the universe. indeed true love is not conditional or attached to anything but rather open and compassionate. a collection of hearts living for each others happiness. Sharing is caring Thanks alot Ankkita for sharing. Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Thank you Daniel. In today’s online world, I hope we all learn to filter, then to ‘shop’. Reply Shipra Mudgal on May 14, 2020 Read your article and liked it a lott..wish u a perfect married happy life..it’s not too easy to find a partner of your choice..but it is also true marriage bonds are made in heaven. Reply Ankkita on May 15, 2020 Indeed! Thats soo true Shipra <3 Neha Vaidya on May 9, 2020 Rohit you are such a fun person to be around with. I had no clue you have won this BIG BATTLE of your life already. Cheers to the courage and enthusiasm u have . ? Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Indeed he is a warrior <3 Reply Rohit on May 10, 2020 Thanks Neha 🙂 Reply Rohit on May 11, 2020 Thanks Reema for your kind words 🙂 Reply Ashikur on May 9, 2020 This is such an inspiring blog and thanks Ankita and Rohit for sharing!!! “They believe that there are equally good and bad times in life. If this phase is putting you down, you will equally have good times tomorrow.” — I do believe this by heart and I hope your good time has begun 🙂 All my good wishes and prayers for you 🙂 Reply Rohit on May 10, 2020 Thanks Ashikur for your good wishes 🙂 Reply Reema on May 10, 2020 Today you have won a special place in my heart and memories.. you are just not the little cute boy Rohit to me.. but a brave warrior as well. So proud of you. You have never let this pain shadow your bright smile that you hold on your face. Bless you little boy with all happiness and success.. there are many miles to go and many more battles to win. ? Reply Shuchi on May 9, 2020 Rohit, your story of courage and positivity is an inspiration for everyone. A 12-year-old boy went through so much…May all your dreams come true and soon you play cricket in Eden Garden while Sunil Gavaskar is there in the commentary box:) Thank you Ankita for sharing Rohit’s story. Reply Rohit on May 10, 2020 Thank you so much Shuchi 🙂 Reply N on May 8, 2020 You’re such an inspiring and brave young girl, Prapti ? so happy that you beat the disease and emerged healthy. You’re very wise & mature for your age. A true inspiration. Gob bless you ? Reply Prapti on May 9, 2020 Thank you very much! Sending smiles :)))) Reply Tilottama on May 8, 2020 So happy and inspired to read this. May God bless him. Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks Tilottama for your wishes 🙂 Reply Pratibha Shende on May 8, 2020 Whhhooo… Khanna sahab.. Life must be proud of you! I don’t have words to express by reading this. Such a inspiration not only for who are going through similar situation but for everyone..Cute kid? And the one for your cricket love “कहते है अगर किसी चीज को दिल से चाहो तो पूरी कायनात उसे तुमसे मिलाने की कोशिश में लग जाती है. इतनी शिद्दत से तुमने उसे पाने की कोशिश की है कि हर जर्रे ने तुम्हे उससे मिलाने की साजिश की है.” Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks Pratibha for your words 🙂 Keep sharing the positiveness around as we need in such times 🙂 Reply Nilima on May 8, 2020 You shared your life’s most important part here , Now your enjoying your life you are a biggest fooie ,who visit every nice hotels and taste there food , after seeing you no one can say that you gone through this in your life and thats the courage, thats the way to enjoy your life , proud of you my friend and be happy ? Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks Nilima for your kind words 🙂 Reply Harish on May 8, 2020 My problems and worries where I used think that I have huge problems in life. But now they all looks very tiny after going through your story. Truly inspiring..?? Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Thank you Harish! Please give time to read this too 🙂 https://ankkitasinha.com/when-this-cute-kid-kicked-cancers-butt/ Reply Prapti on May 9, 2020 Thank you for your kind words. Sending smiles 🙂 Reply Divya Gupta on May 8, 2020 Reading this story inspires not only those you are going through this journey themselves but also others who think too much of the problems in their life. When you can face this so bravely, why can’t we deal with our problems. Congratulations to the kid for kicking the butt of cancer and kudos to all those who are courageously going through this journey or have already won this battle. This reminds me of a quote – “Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgment that something else is more important than fear.” Thanks for sharing the story Rohit and Ankkita. Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Glad you liked it Divya! Pls share it among friends..Such faces need recognition! Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks Divya for your kind words 🙂 Reply Shivi Srivastava on May 8, 2020 Woaah Rohit! This has left me speechless and with all the more awe and admiration for you! Now I know where all the positivity and the zest for life comes from ❤ Lots of love and power to you and your family and everyone else fighting from this monster. Reply Antara on May 8, 2020 How brave for both of you and your parents!! Truly inspiring☺ Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 🙂 🙂 Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks Shivi, Hopefully we keep sharing and spreading positiveness 🙂 Reply Prapti on May 8, 2020 I could relate to each and every tiny thing you mentioned in this article from the hospital( TMH is indeed Mecca for cancer patients) to the catheter part. Sending love and smiles to another warrior <3 Also, Ankita Di keep going!!!!!!! Reply Shobhit Khanna on May 8, 2020 Proud of you Rohit. Truely Amazing & Inspiring Writing. U made Cancer loose with your fighting Spirit. Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks a lot 🙂 Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Thank you my dear 🙂 Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thanks Prapti 🙂 More power to you too 🙂 Reply Lavanya on August 19, 2020 You are one of those whose life is inspirational and gives courage to others. Kudos to your strength and your parents’ efforts. Reply awnish on May 8, 2020 this was amazing..so inspirational. Reply Yashodhara on May 8, 2020 Beautiful! ,Just beautiful! Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Thank you Yashodhara <3 Rohit on May 8, 2020 Thanks a lot 🙂 Reply Rohit on May 8, 2020 Glad you liked it 🙂 Reply Ankkita on May 9, 2020 <3 <3 Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Happy to know that you found it inspirational 🙂 Reply Rohit on May 9, 2020 Thans Awnish 🙂 Reply Gilbert on May 7, 2020 Whoa! thank you Ankkita. Before reading this I was so closed up but now I’m so open. Thank you again Reply Ankkita on May 7, 2020 I am glad it helped Gilbert! All the best for your search <3 Reply Poornima on May 5, 2020 This is one of the most practical and useful post on meditation tips I have read. And I have read hundreds. I am going to try them, thank you. Reply Ankkita on May 6, 2020 Thank you Poornima <3 I am soo glad that you liked it! Reply Vignatha on May 5, 2020 Wowww Prapti… wonderful, superb & Hearty congratulations. The spark in your face shows your confidence and YOU DID IT. You can never be defeated any more. Such a courageous post. Saw the difficulty in facing Cancer as my loved one underwent this. Feeling grateful that I read it. Thanks Ankkita for giving a chance to read. Reply Ankkita on May 6, 2020 I am glad you could resonate with it Vighatha! <3 Share this story with your loved one, may be it would make her/him proud too, for his victory <3 Reply Prapti on May 7, 2020 Thank you VERY much! It means a lot.<3 Sending love to you and your loved one! 🙂 Reply best cbd oil on May 5, 2020 Greetings! Very helpful advice in this particular post! It’s the little changes which will make the biggest changes. Thanks a lot for sharing! Reply Kashyap on May 1, 2020 Thank you for writing this ankita, i keep reading your answers on Quora and they are very helpful to readers like us, but this one is special because I have been trying to forgive someone but it’s been a struggle. I now know why and can work on jt. Thanks a lot and wish you a speedy recovery ? Reply Ankkita on May 1, 2020 I am soo happy to know that it helped Kashyap 🙂 Keep loving, keep living. 🙂 Reply Rohit on May 13, 2020 Beautifully written Ankita 🙂 I have generally observed forgiving brings lot of inner peace to ourselves ? Reply Ankkita on May 13, 2020 Indeed it does. And I have observed that guys forgive easily, while the ladies take time. They roast the incident, fry it, and chew it till it burns their heart. Ouch! Radha Mythri on May 1, 2020 Best wishes for your future!??? It was truly inspiring!! Reply Ankkita on May 1, 2020 Thank you Radha <3 Reply Radha Mythri on May 1, 2020 More power to you!??? It was truly inspiring!! Reply Asha on May 1, 2020 Amazing story of courage and hope, thank you very much for sharing your story, it’s truly inspirational, lots of love and hugs!! Reply Ankkita on May 1, 2020 Thank you Asha <3 Please spread the word. <3 Reply Vinita on April 30, 2020 Someone really close to me has gone through cancer, it was such a tough phase. I can relate to this so much. This positive attitude is much needed. So glad to know how you have handled all this. I wish and pray you get all the happiness in the world girl. Keep shinning and inspiring. So glad I came across this article. Thank you for sharing this Ankita. Stay blessed both of you. Reply Ankkita on May 6, 2020 So happy to know that it could resonate with you Vinita <3 Yes, it's tough, and reading such stories give strength that will power can overcome any disease. Please keep reading for more such content I am goona share soon <3 Reply Prapti on May 7, 2020 Thank you for your kind words. All credit goes to Ankita Di who came up with this initiative. <3 Reply chandan v k on April 30, 2020 Awesome and gave me goosebumps so sharing it to many places. Reply Ankkita on April 30, 2020 Thank you Chandan!! That’s soo kind of you! Reply Prapti on April 30, 2020 Thank you Chandan sir! ? Reply Nikhil Razdan on April 30, 2020 God bless you ♥️ Reply Prapti on April 30, 2020 Thank you SO much! ❤️? Reply Sanjay Chhattani on April 30, 2020 Waaw. Sounds like an amazing experience but the reads of it. Almost felt like I was there whole reading it. I shall definetely make it a point to visit this place and experience it first hand. Reply Ankkita on April 30, 2020 Thank you Sanjay!! Glad you liked it <3 <3 😀 Reply Rathi on April 28, 2020 Very true…Awesome… Reply Ruvena Afonso on April 28, 2020 “There are times I just want to relax. I don’t want to go outside, I don’t want to put much efforts in switching on the TV. My hands randomly move towards opening Instagram. ” – Could relate to this.Had a good laugh 🙂 Will surely declutter my social media accounts today! Reply Ankkita on April 29, 2020 haha..I am soo happy you could relate Ruvena! <3 Reply Pratyusha on April 27, 2020 A true fighter! Thank you for sharing the story and inspiring us, Prapti and Ankita. Wish you both all the best things in life and may God bless you with whatever you wish for! We need beings like you in this world to spread more positivity! ??❤️ Reply Prapti on April 28, 2020 That’s very kind of you! Thank you very much. Sending love 🙂 <3 Reply Ankkita on April 29, 2020 Thank you Pratyusha <3 Reply Antara Bhattacharya on April 27, 2020 Sending you lots of love and sunshine of happiness Prapti. You indeed are a warrior. Please keeping smiling and shine on those crazy diamond eyes. Reply Prapti on April 28, 2020 Haha! I will. Thank you very much! <3 Reply Mustansir on April 27, 2020 Nicely written..liked it..!!! Reply Ankkita on April 27, 2020 Thank you!! <3 Reply Shuchi Agrawal on April 27, 2020 Prapti, I love your beautiful positive smile. You are truly a fighter. May God bless you beta. Thanks, Ankita for sharing Prapti’s fighting spirit with us. I love you both. Take care. May God bless you. Reply Ankkita on April 27, 2020 Thank you Ma’am! Sending you love and hugs right back. <3 <3 Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 That’s very kind of you Ma’am. Thank you SO much. Sending you love and smiles :))) <3 Reply Vijayasundhari Palanivelu on April 26, 2020 Definitely you are super cool, super charged, super healthy and happy! Appreciate your outlook on life and most importantly you look forward to encourage people to see goodness of life. It removes the fear on life. Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 That’s so kind of you !!! Thank you SO much. Reply Veeral on April 26, 2020 This made me smile. Thank you for sharing your inspiring story. Reply Prapti on April 30, 2020 Spreading smile and hope was the motive behind all of this. Thank you very much.! Reply Vijay on April 24, 2020 Very inspiring.?? Thanks for sharing your story. My best wishes to you both Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Vijay! Please share it among friends and family. We all need strength,faith and such stories during this tough times. Reply Nagabhushanam G on April 24, 2020 Best wishes to you both…. Keep going….. Keep doing great things….!!!…. And keep inspiring others….!!! Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thanks Nagabhushanam! IT means a lot! Reply Poorva on April 24, 2020 True warrior! Thanks for sharing your story, sending you love <3 Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Sending it to you right back!! <3 <3 Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 Thank you! Giving a virtual Hi-Five <3 Reply Shaheen on April 24, 2020 Best wishesto you both Reply Yesha on April 24, 2020 Thank you, Prapti and Ankita. Coming across this blog seems no less than a miracle, as I was on a verge of breaking down and surrender. You both are amazing. Wish you both best of the world. Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you so much Yesha! I am glad to know that it helped:) Please share it among your friends and family. We all need strength, faith and such stories during this tough times <3 Prapti on April 27, 2020 That’s so sweet of you. I’m glad that it helped. Thank you. Sending you hugs :)))) <3 Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thanks Shaneen 🙂 Reply Parth Bhargav on April 24, 2020 My best wishes to you! Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Parth!! Reply Vatsala SV on April 24, 2020 Hats off to you both, stay blessed Reply Sneha Suresh on April 24, 2020 Such a inspirational story I have read so far in my life. Hats off to you for your will power and endurance. I wish you all the best for your life. Reply Prapti on April 24, 2020 Thank you very much!❤️ Hayat on April 24, 2020 Best wishes to you both..you both are true inspiration Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thanks Hayat! That’s very kind of you !! Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Sneha!! Please share it among your friends and family. We all need strength, faith and such stories during this tough times <3 Bala on April 28, 2020 Your are a great women now..!! Happy tto hear that your are free now.. Vyjayanthi on April 24, 2020 You are a fighter and true inspiration to many… Best wishes dear..GOD bless you Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Vyjayanthi! Please share it among friends and family. We all need strength,faith and such stories during this tough times. Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Vatsala 🙂 Reply Sanatan Panda on May 5, 2020 Thanks Ankkita for sharing an inspirational ordeal of Prapti.Thanks again for sparing some space for the world to expess their feelings from the core of their hearts. Now, I’ve a few words for Prapti. Prapti,you’ve come out victorious over the devil. Your positive attitude towards life, determination to conquer over the devil and sheer grit to endure the ordeal of your life made you see and explore the world around you again. Here I’d like to share some beautiful lines from “STOPPING BY WOODS ON A SNOWY EVENING “by Robert Frost. “The woods are lovely, dark and deep But I have promises to keep And miles to go before I sleep And miles to go before I sleep. ” Indeed you have crossed a mile sailing through the turbulent ocean and landed safely on the shore. May your life be joyous for ever! Also I extend my congratulations to your loving and caring parents and others who stood by you in your distressing hours. Above all I’m grateful to the Almighty who gave you an opportunity to understand the beauty of life again. Ankkita on May 6, 2020 Thanks a toon for this beautiful poem Sanatan <3 Prapti is indeed a warrior, and inspires many people <3 Prapti on May 7, 2020 Hi Sanatan! Thank you for your kind words. This poem was in my syllabus when I was in class 9th. It is indeed a very beautiful peom. Prapti on April 27, 2020 Thank you SO much! :)) Reply Cynthia on April 29, 2020 Wow this is such an encouraging story to read,paprika U are a star shinning bright in every woman’s life and Annika thank you for sharing the link with us.when life knocks you down look around and you will see other people’s struggles wow paprika I’m more courageous than ever before I see possibility out of every life’s situation now I’m truly blessed &inspired by your beautiful life experience.keep the faith Anandika Gupta on April 24, 2020 You are a true warrior girl! Keep inspiring, shining and rising. There’s more to this beautiful world. Cheers!! Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you so much Anandika!! Please share it among your friends and family. We all need strength, faith and such stories during this tough times <3 Reply ankita rani on April 24, 2020 proud of you both for your immense courage and may you always be in the happiest place ! Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Ankita! We share the same name!! Yaaay!! 😀 😀 Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 That’s is so kind you of you! THANK YOU. Sending smiles and love :)) Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 Thank you SO much! Wishing the same for you too <33 Reply Jasmin Padaniya on July 23, 2020 Thank you both of you for sharing and giving courageous to us❤️ Many god bless you both ? Reply Anwesha Satpathy on April 24, 2020 More power to u girls .And that victorious smile.May u both keep smiling forever n ever Lots of love Prapti n Ankita Reply Ankkita on April 25, 2020 Thank you Anwesha!! That’s very kind of you <3 <3 Reply Dolly on April 26, 2020 Your name justified that u just prapti u r life.God bless u always my little sister Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 Thank you so much! Sending love and smiles. :))( Reply Anusha on April 24, 2020 This was so inspiring!! More power to Prapti and Ankita! Reply Prapti on April 27, 2020 Thank you so much! Sending smiles <3 Reply Cynthia on April 29, 2020 Wow this is such an encouraging story to read,paprika U are a star shinning bright in every woman’s life and Annika thank you for sharing the link with us.when life knocks you down look around and you will see other people’s struggles wow paprika I’m more courageous than ever before I see possibility out of every life’s situation now I’m truly blessed &inspired by your beautiful life experience.keep the faith Vikram Kumar on May 3, 2020 Your zeal, enthusiasm and never say die attitude is inspiring. You took life as it came. And you have gathered these valueable experiences and the insight that life need not to be taken for granted. That this ‘king of all maladies’ has made you aware that you are mortal. That you will experience life to it’s fullest rather than just passing life and waiting for death. In the process you have realized that to live one has to die every moment for it. That we are all in the same boat and the battle goes on. Thanks for sharing your story, Prapti Gupta and Ankita Sinha… More power to you girls. From an ignorant and arrogant guy who has been moved by this account. Ankkita on May 6, 2020 Thanks you Vikram1 That’s sood of you to say that! I hope we all learn courage and strength from this little girl’s story. Prapti on May 7, 2020 Thank you Vikram! It’s so kind of you. Sending smiles 🙂 Ankkita on May 6, 2020 Thak you Cynthia! <3 That's so kind of you to say that. Please keep reading, I am gonna share more such stories soon <3 Prapti on May 7, 2020 Thank you Cynthia! <3 Manish k mourya on May 2, 2020 Wow.. girl u just did it… Just realised that every situation in life can be handled by your aspect of viewing on this.. Thouhts matters a lot✌?? Ankkita on May 6, 2020 Thank you Manish<3 Indeed thoughts matter the most! Please keep reading for more such stories I have in line <3 Purnima Kumari on May 8, 2020 All the best wishes to you. Lala on June 5, 2020 Beautiful. Akshita on December 14, 2020 Inspiring Reply Anusha on April 21, 2020 Thank you for this detailed and informative post! I’m a new subscriber to your blog! Great going… Reply Ankkita on April 21, 2020 Thank you Anusha! I am glad you liked it 🙂 Reply shruti garg on April 21, 2020 Beautifully Expressed. Loved it ❤️ Reply Ankkita on April 21, 2020 Thank you Shruti! <3 <3 Reply Omar on April 17, 2020 I am glad I ‘clicked’ the link in your Quora answer and let this cute little story click my heart. More hope, joy and blessings to you two. Reply Ankkita on April 17, 2020 Thank you Omar! That’s soo kind of you. <3 Reply Mohammad Omar Khan on May 3, 2020 You are welcome, Ankita. You two look great together. Keep shining both of you! ruk on May 7, 2020 Beautiful story thank you for sharing – something that I can toy relate to ♡ Ankkita on May 7, 2020 Thank you Ruksana <3 I loved your name, <3 Kishor Shapriya on May 8, 2020 Hey Ankita You got you spot on ! We all have our heros and heroines as an ideal partner without us looking at ourselves how we match to that standards ourselves. You are an inspiration to many young people. Both of you look wonderful, congrats and all the best Ankkita on May 9, 2020 Thank you Kishor! That’s soo kind of you to say that! 🙂 Mansi on May 2, 2020 Cute love story. Recently, I changed my approach as well. After reading your blog, i am happy i made that decision. Reply Ankkita on May 3, 2020 Thank you Mansi <3 Hope you find the love of your life very soon <3 <3 Faria on May 16, 2020 Very well written….God bless both of you. Reply Ankkita on May 16, 2020 Thank you Faria <3 Buddy Andrae on April 10, 2020 Hi. I’m glad he found ankkitasinha.com website, I really like it, the article is very useful and I shared it! In order to survive the hard times ahead we found 2 very good books, you can download them here: https://bit.ly/2RlAHdb and here: https://bit.ly/3e3Bg59 Great success with this site! Reply Ankkita on April 10, 2020 Thank you!! Reply Gorgeous Rubber Salad on April 8, 2020 Practical Reply n95 respirator mask on April 4, 2020 I’m satisfied with the information that you provide for me and thanks for this because sometimes people face this issue. Best regards, Demir Cannon Reply Ankkita on April 4, 2020 Glad it helped 🙂 Reply Jewelery on March 28, 2020 Awesome Reply Ankkita on March 28, 2020 Thank you! 🙂 Please share the article 🙂 Reply Devinder on March 27, 2020 Thank you.. I needed this read. I am struggling with stomach issues from last one year and have been in different antibiotics with chronic gastritis. On days like today when I see people eating regular food, and I struggle myself with a bite to eat .. I appreciate the time, i was normal or healthy and used to eat.. good days bad days.. some days I feel i can never go back to normal.reading this gave me hope Reply Ankkita on March 27, 2020 I am glad it helped Devinder 🙂 I know its tough to be positive all the time, but little things help. Btw, have you read the book ‘The Gut makeover’? May be it can help. Also my husband had gastric issue too, not that chronic though, but drinking celery juice every morning with an empty stomach helped him a lot. Reply swarna on March 23, 2020 Stay calm and safe!! This too shall pass!! Reply Ankkita on March 27, 2020 Indeed 🙂 Reply Ashikur on March 20, 2020 Loaded with healthy information !!!! Stay safe and calm and stay inside, its family time !!!! 🙂 Hope situation will be better after 2 weeks only. Till then think more and write more hahahaha 😀 Reply Ankkita on March 20, 2020 Thanks Ashikur! Stay safe and let your near and dear ones know too. Reply C Joshi on March 20, 2020 Good details and thanks for sharing….god bless Reply Ankkita on March 20, 2020 Thank you! Please share this information so that others can benefit too 🙂 Reply Jovin Michael on March 19, 2020 Thanks for your valid writing, stay safe and may God bless you. Reply Ankkita on March 20, 2020 Thank you Jovin! Please share this information so that others can benefit too 🙂 Reply Shashi on March 23, 2020 God bless you ! Reply Saketh Malladi on March 17, 2020 Wonderful Article Ankkita, I’m glad for following you from Quora and now visited your blog, This one is a life changer..Its gonna help many people including me! More power and love to you..Keep doing the amazing work 🙂 Reply Ankkita on March 17, 2020 Thank you Saketh! That’s very kind of you.Please share it among the people you think would be benefited. What goes around comes around. 🙂 Reply Bhavesh Neekrah on March 17, 2020 Wow, what a lovely read. I have been meditating vipassana for last 3 years and has attended and served multiple courses. The challenge of “observe it” still remains. About “What if he runs away”, something similar happened when my wife attended her first vipassana course(It was my fourth), I kept thinking what if she wants to leave the course, but she survived the course :-). It has been a life-changing experience as you have mentioned. I am trying to be more regular with my daily practice. But reading someone else’s experience makes me believe in the power of meditation and the need to practising it. Thanks once again for sharing this with us. Reply Ankkita on March 17, 2020 Thanks Bhavesh 🙂 I can totally relate to what you shared. I am trying to be regular though it gets hard to practice it in daily life. It’s better to keep going for such camps so that the practice keeps going. Cheers! Reply Praveen Sharma on March 15, 2020 Very well written!! For a moment I thought there was a real roommate till it reached the “in the mind”. Very good tips Reply Ankkita on March 16, 2020 Thank you Praveen 🙂 Reply Sundeep on March 14, 2020 Very interesting read. What kind of change did you experience after this meditation course? Reply Ankkita on March 14, 2020 The instant change was that I got rid of shoulder pain and back pain..Along with that, I feel I am more calm and composed now. It is tough to express in words, but it has been a wonderful experience and I wish to go again soon. 🙂 Reply Ashikur on March 14, 2020 I know …and I have seen throat and lung cancer patients very closely during my one week stay in Tata Memorial, Mumbai for my wife’s surgery. I saw the sufferings and pain they were going through for mere smoking …. I smoke max 2 per day … but still I know it could lead me to some gruesome results …. but the subtle kick of nicotine, I just can’t resist to have atleast twice a day…. Your comment doesn’t sound rude or scary but is filled with concern …. Thankzzz 🙂 Lets see when I could overcome this dangerous liaison 😀 Reply Ashikur on March 13, 2020 Wonderful and such a lucid description!!!! 😀 Its tough !!! I guess and need lots of mental as well as physical strength. I hope your previous experience of Yoga and meditation helped a bit. But still Vipassana seems a lot more and quite challenging with long hours of meditation without movement, the silence, moderation of foods … Dinner at 5pm is just unimaginable. 5pm is for samossas or egg-mutton roll, tea etc 🙁 I guess I could not do it 🙁 I need two cigarettes atleast, one at dawn and one before sleep as an inspiration for the rest of the day’s fight :'( How was the foods by the way ? “I was worried, ‘What if he runs away?’ ” this is nice one indeed :P… but stop underestimating men BTW B-)… Vipassana is natural to us 😀 Day 7 was such a haunting one and it was such a lifetime experience to be remembered !!!! Enjoyed reading this !!!! Reply Ankkita on March 13, 2020 Vipassana teaches us to accept our feelings as they come. My husband has been sleeping all day since the time we are back from retreat. When asked, he is like, ‘I am accepting my feeling that I feel like sleeping.I am implementing Vipassana on day to day basis.’ lOL. I guess things are hard when you just hear it, as I have habit of eating 5 short meals a day just to keep my energy up, but I sustained on that routine. And people shared that they got rid of addiction too once they finished the retreat. I don’t want to sound scary..But do you know that I have Lung Cancer? and I never smoked..Since I never smoked, the subtype of lung Cancer I got has little more survival rate and less intense treatment, but for the regular smokers its pretty painful and worse.. I swear, I don’t want to scare you or anyone, but when they say that ‘Smoking kills’, it’s actually true. I see it everytime I go to the Cancer Hospital where I see people struggling with Chemo and surgery (Lung Cancer has the highest death rate among all Cancers). My sincere advice to you is to lessen/get rid of this habit. Life is precious. And it’s scary to see death staring at us right away.I have been through it and I have fought it thrice. Still go through it every month when I visit the hospital. I know the feeling. 🙁 Excuse me if I sounded too rude, or I scared you any way. I just wish the best to you and for you. I pray you get better and stronger mentally and physically. 🙂 Reply T Sivakumar on March 13, 2020 Very useful interesting information about Vipassana meditation. Thank you. Sivakumar Reply Ankkita on March 13, 2020 I am so glad you liked it. You should try it once you get chance. 🙂 Reply Dhanya Nair on March 13, 2020 Thanks Ankita for sharing your experience. Reply Ankkita on March 13, 2020 Thank you Dhanya! Do plan to experience it if you get chance. 🙂 Reply Anu on March 13, 2020 Lovely article. I really enjoyed reading it. I have been thinking of doing this for the past few years but I am not sure if I am ready for it yet. The emotions can be quite intense. Thanks for sharing your experience Reply Ankkita on March 13, 2020 I guess you should try it once. It’s not that scary as it sounds. And once you see the benefits, you will be in awe of the experience. Go for it!! 🙂 Reply Monika on February 20, 2020 I have read that our body can produce its own vitb12 apart from getting it from meat or dairy sources . Reply Best SEO Service on January 27, 2020 Awesome post! Keep up the great work! 🙂 Reply visit the site on January 9, 2020 Spot on wіth this write-up, I actuаlly believe this website needs far more attention. I’ll probably be returning to read through more, tһanks for the information! Reply Deby on November 10, 2019 Hey ankia, do u remember loosing your appetite and stomach issues before your diagnosis? I recently diagnosed with celiac and h pylori.my symptoms are coming on and off.i am getting night sweats not bad but just my neck or upper part is in sweat,i am loosing weight ad well but doctor says its cz I have no appetite.i had endoscopy,ct scan with dye ,ultrasound and only my upper endoscopy showed my small intestine are inflamed due to celiac. Its so frustrating when u are not eating. I have clinical depression as well so that makes things worse.somtimes I doubt if my diagnosis is correct.my parents want me to go india for second opinion Reply Shr on October 19, 2019 Hey Ankita; I really look fwd to your quora answers 🙂 I usually listen to soothing music before I sleep; and remember the times when I was rocked to sleep as a kid 😉 ; and I too play on a swing for a while before bedtime…trust me it helps me sleep like rock…. Reply Ankkita on October 21, 2019 Thank you for sharing Shreevidya 🙂 I too will try to do that! 🙂 Reply Sandhya on October 9, 2021 It’s a good thing, that you are helping Reply Jeva Arora on October 15, 2019 Thanks for making people aware about this disease and trying to remove the stigma which surrounds it. It is just like any other disease but most people never disclose anything wrong with their breast just because they fear getting judged by people when in reality, health should be everyone’s primary concern. Reply David on October 15, 2019 Hello! I am a gold medalist in sleeping! If I could teach it to others, I’d be rich! I don’t do anything out of the ordinary. I shower before bed – warm water, not too hot. When I think back on all the times I went to bed with the day’s dirt, pollen, and sweat on me – I just can’t imagine doing that now. Some stretching – kind of a combination of planks and yoga – not long, just a few minutes followed by deep breathing. I have a friend who has a small glass of milk every night before bed. I have tried a couple of times to have something small – maybe a yogurt or some cottage cheese right before bed. I think it helped. Your body needs nourishment as you sleep (especially if you sleep as long as I do). I think it gave me what I needed to wake up better (I’m going to try that again tonight). My problem is not going to sleep, but getting up. ;o) I take melatonin now and then, but don’t really need it. The only difference I see is dreams are sometimes more vivid. Best from Indiana! Reply Ankkita on October 21, 2019 Thank you for sharing this David 🙂 I hope this helps me too!! 🙂 Reply S Chandrashekar on October 12, 2019 You’re one of the strongest person I have ever seen Didi. You can get through it. You’re an inspiration for all of us. Get well soon Didi. Reply Ankkita on October 13, 2019 Thank you my dear brother ! 🙂 Reply Sunanda Pawar on October 12, 2019 Get well soon dear. You are a strong girl . More respect for your husband. Thank you so much for informative blog. Keep writing and spread you knowledge. Reply Ankkita on October 13, 2019 I am so glad it helped:) Please pass this info to your friends and family 🙂 Reply Ashikur on October 12, 2019 Warm lemon water is such a nice remedy and easy to make at home as well as in office also. I will surely try. Please write some home remedy for prevention of weight gain. Two months back I was 15kg overweight 🙁 and after that I stop taking my weight out of fear 😐 Nice and helpful post !!! Reply Ankkita on October 13, 2019 I really hope you take care of increasing weight. It’s not unhealthy but its not healthy too 🙂 Will write something about it definitely 🙂 Till then, keep your food cravings in check 🙂 Reply Ashikur on October 15, 2019 Yes I am trying to check my food craving to maximum extent, sometime I could control and sometime I failed to resist 🙁 I am also thinking enrolling into gym or yoga center 😉 Hoped to get a guidance from your blog 😀 Shifs on October 11, 2019 Thank you so much for writing this. You are a fighter and you will definitely conquer C. Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thank you my dear 🙂 Please spread the word. We never know who is ignoring what symptom! 🙂 Reply Ashikur on October 10, 2019 Thank you for such a nice information !!! Wish you a quick recovery and good health always 🙂 Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Pls Spread the word! We never know who is ignoring what symptom! Reply Greggwarry on October 10, 2019 Интересно! Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 благодарю вас !! Reply Vakula Venkatesh on October 9, 2019 Thank you so much for writing this! Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Glad it helped:) Please spread the awareness:) Reply user on October 9, 2019 Thank you for sharing your experience! God bless you 🙂 Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thank you !! 🙂 Reply Sudeep Gupta on October 9, 2019 God bless you didi.. You are an amazing woman. A younger brother from Bihar, india Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thankyou my dear brother:) Spread the word. We never know who is ignoring which symptom! Reply Saritha on October 9, 2019 Let me take this opportunity to thank you Ankita for your social responsibility. You are a great and strong soul. We do not get to see people with golden heart often. May God bless you and your family dear ? Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thank you Saritha!! That’s very kind of you:) Join my hands in spreading the awareness! Reply Heena aslam on October 9, 2019 I have been reading you on quora since long, this is the first time I came here,more power to you Mam, thankyou for bringing this to our notice, wishing you love, health and blessings. Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thanyou Heena:) Spread the awareness! Little acts create big impact 🙂 Reply Alex Wang on October 9, 2019 Wish you well! Just check your spelling on the hashtag. Also, some of these symptoms can be benign, so get multiple doctors’ advice and tell them your concerns. Hope you recover Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thank you Alex:) I updated that:) Reply Neera on October 8, 2019 Thanks for sharing Ankkita! May God bless you with abundance of health and prosperity. Hugs to you! And take care! Reply Ankkita on October 9, 2019 Thank you Neera:) As I said, please spread the word. It’s okay if you don’t share the article on your social media, at least let your friends and family know this verbally. We don’t know who is ignoring what kind of symptom 🙂 Reply Sonal on October 8, 2019 Thanks! for sharing. Wish you and your husband all the happiness. Thanks, Sonal Reply Ankkita on October 9, 2019 Thank you my dear 🙂 Reply kb on October 9, 2019 hey ankita Thanks for sharing I sincerely feel you will flush the cancer cells out.I have been reading lot of your answers in quora and you have so much positivity and as you have mentioned your mind can control a lot of things in your body..atleast that is what I believe ☺..good luck and keep writing ? Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thank you Koushik! That’s very kind of you.I sincerely hope that some day I get NED(No evidence of Disease). 🙂 Please spread the word and create awareness. Ramya Ramasamy on October 8, 2019 Hugs and love to you Ankita. ? You are a very strong girl that I know of. May God bless with you with a disease free life soon. Keep fighting with such an adorable smile. This article is very helpful, I am sharing it in all Social media and I will make sure my circle shares it too. Take care. Reply Ankkita on October 9, 2019 Thank you so much Ramya 🙂 And Thank you for sharing this! We never know who is ignoring which symptom. Our little awareness will help many people. 🙂 Sending hugs! 🙂 Reply Susmi Saju on October 9, 2019 This article opened my eyes on many things……I never seem to take health seriously.. thanks for sharing this ?. May God bless you and your family.. Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Thank you my dear 🙂 Hope you spread this information and help others too! 🙂 Bhavya Goyal on October 8, 2019 Thanks Ankita for this post. This post is really helpful. Get well soon. I wish you all the happiness of this world. You’re a very strong lady. Reply Ankkita on October 9, 2019 That’s very kind of you Bhavya!!Thankyou my dear 🙂 Reply Purva on October 9, 2019 Hi Ankita! I loved the blog. I am a 29 year old, cancer survivor myself. Reading your answer on Quora have me immense hope and positivity. Reply Ankkita on October 11, 2019 Hi-five to the warrior in us!! Let’s Keep fighting, keep wining and keep living 🙂 Sonal on October 4, 2019 Hi! Ankkita, First of all sorry! as I spelt your name wrong in my prior comment-just realized.. Thank you so much! for the response. Just a quick question-Do you buy it online from DavidsTea? Thanks, Sonal Reply Ankkita on October 6, 2019 No worries my dear 🙂 No, I don’t buy it from Davids Tea. I buy it from Amazon website. If you are in US or Canada I can share you the link. If you are in India, I know that Amazon does not have Gyokuro Tea on Amazon India website (I searched it for my parents). But Matcha Tea is there. Reply Sonal on October 8, 2019 Yes! I am in Canada. Can you please share the link? You are a very brave woman! Get well soon e-friend :). Thanks, Sonal Ankkita on October 9, 2019 Thank you Sonal! 🙂 Check your email! Sonal on October 3, 2019 Hi! Anikkita, Thanks! so much for providing great insights about tea. Can you please let me know from where do you buy Gyokuro tea? I need to know name of the shop. Thanks. Sonal Reply Ankkita on October 3, 2019 Hi Sonal, I buy it online in Canada. If you are in India, see if you can find it online. Else Matcha Tea is also a wonderful option to go with. It has pretty similar properties as Gyokuro Tea. Cheers! Reply KK on October 2, 2019 Dosa and Idly!! Reply Ankkita on October 2, 2019 I think that should be okay too if you add sambhar and other chutneys too! Reply Janet on October 2, 2019 Ankkita’s blog is literally one of the best food and nutrition blogs anywhere I read it all the time and I’m also grateful I found https://leancoding.co/ENVGMX it not only helped me lose weight but keep it off I hope it helps some others! Reply Ankkita on October 2, 2019 Thank you for sharing this Janet! Reply swarna on October 2, 2019 Hi Ankita, came across your Quora page today and that lead me to your blog. Some say Green tea brings infertility in both women and men. Is it true? Reply Ankkita on October 2, 2019 I don’t think it’s correct my dear. Of all the books and articles I have read on Green Tea, I never found something like this. Infact Green Tea is super healthy! Reply Jeva Arora on October 2, 2019 Just be physically active throughout the day. It works most of the times. Reply Ankkita on October 2, 2019 hmmm. I try to go to Yoga 2-3 times a week..However, I think I should incorporate running too in my routine. Thanks Jeva 🙂 Reply Rushika on October 2, 2019 Ankita I really feel good after visiting your site even I thought to open one and pour my thoughts . Reply Ankkita on October 2, 2019 This is great my dear!! 🙂 All the best to you 🙂 I hope we all come up with wonderful ideas to share 🙂 Reply Vipin chandran K on October 2, 2019 Nice article. Because of bad food practices I have gained a lot of weight. 88 kilos now. I am regularly going to gym to have a healthy body now. I don’t want to use pills to detox. Please tell me the natural way to detox the harmful toxins. And also mention how frequent should we detox. Reply Ankkita on October 2, 2019 I think it varies from organ to organ Vipin. I do colon detox after every 2-3 weeks. Other than that I try to detox twice in a year for 3-4 days when I juice throughout the day. Since I am a clean eater, I do not stress much on 7-14 days detox. Stay tuned to my posts and I will share more about easy detox plans. For the time being, you can stop/reduce sugar and processed things. Going to gym is a wonderful way to get in shape too 🙂 Reply Ravi Kumar Kotti on September 27, 2019 Nicely explained about the necessity to detox and may I request to extend the ways to detox in simple and by in house methods? Reply Ankkita on September 28, 2019 Hello Ravi, it’s best to start from colon detox. Use one weekend to do that. 3 glasses of warm water, mix it with salt and lemon and drink it. After 10-15 minutes you will feel the need to go to loo. It will continue for 3-4 rounds to washroom. It’s the easiest way to clean your colon from long stayed debris. Make sure you take a spoon of ghee after you finish. Try it and let me know how it goes 🙂 Reply Bikram on October 2, 2019 Well written Ankkita. Thank you for your advice. It really is strange how we neglect our bodies till it breaks. Am gonna try this detox regime very soon. Ankkita on October 2, 2019 I am glad you are willing to start. Please keep an eye on my blog postings too and I will share recipes and methods for body detox. Also, its not just body, it’s about ‘mind, body and soul’ together.:) Popatram on September 26, 2019 “This part of my life, this part right here? This is called ‘happiness'” … movie ends with the quoted self realization of the protagonist. Yes happiness is what we indeed need to create and we are always in the process of creating it in someway or the other and maybe in other words one may replace “pursuit” in place of “process to create” too 😀 hahaha well !!! If we tends to find happiness in little things like kids does, it will make our life indeed happier and more peaceful. But as in the video games, we always make a level-up and the definition of happiness keep changing with time and so our expectations. Such a nice feel-good post !!! 😀 I feel happiest and complete when I am with my family at weekends 🙂 Feel happy when I able to play some hard arpeggios. Feel happy when at vacation. Feel happy reading books. Feel happy eating. Feel happy smoking. Feel happy drinking (Water). Feel happy reading-commenting your posts or any other good posts. Feel happy walking. Feel happy sitting idle. Feel happy … I must stop now 😛 Reply Ankkita on September 27, 2019 “This part of my life, this part right here? This is called ‘happiness’” which movie is this?? Is this from ‘Pursuit of Happiness?’ And I rally hope that I too find happiness in those little moments..Something which I enjoy today turns out to be a chore the other day. 🙁 Thank you for sharing your good moments 😀 Reply Popatram on September 28, 2019 Yes it is from that movie ! Do watch it 🙂 Indeed it happen like what is happiness today is a chore tomorrow. Then we move on and pursue some other reason to be happy and life also provides endless number of options to make us happy. But we must choose wisely each options.:D Jeva Arora on September 26, 2019 Seeing that always puts a smile on my face and makes my mother laugh about how childish I am. Lol Reply Ankkita on September 27, 2019 Wow! Does this really work? I am excited to know that! So, I am gonna paste my favourite comic character and see how it goes! Thank you Jeva 🙂 Hi-five! Reply Jeva Arora on September 26, 2019 Nowadays I have pasted Winnie the Pooh posters in my room because of the beautiful colour palette. I don’t think I am ever going to lose the childish me. Reply Priya on September 23, 2019 Hi Ankita If you can kindly provide link of where to buy this tea. That would be highly appropriated. Thank you so much for writing this. ? Reply Ankkita on September 23, 2019 Hello My love, I couldn’t find Gyokuro Tea on Amazon’s website, but I did find Sencha and Matcha tea and they are also high in EGCG concentration. Go to Amazon and try to find ‘Heapwell Japanese Matcha Green Tea Powder’ and ‘TeaTreasure Japanese Sencha Green Tea’. Both are great! 🙂 Reply Jeva Arora on September 23, 2019 I have bookmarked every blog of yours and I read it whenever I feel weak in life. Reply Ankkita on September 23, 2019 That’s so kind of you my dear <3 However, I wish that more than reading, you implement those things too :). That's the best gift FOR you TO you <3 <3' Reply Joker on September 23, 2019 I do drink Green Tea sometime but generally the taste of it brings me Tea(r) 😛 …I prefer long leaf Darjeeling tea brewed black or with little milk and sugar or normal leaf black tea with lemon,ginger and sugar or coffee with little milk sometime but void sugar 🙂 Thank for the information!!! If green tea reduces fat and protect against cancer I will should try them more 😀 Reply Ankkita on September 23, 2019 haha..I can assure you that Green tea would bring more magic into your life plus it has numerous health benefits especially preventing someone from Cancer. Just 1-2 cup will do the magic. Try it 🙂 Reply Ashikur on September 21, 2019 One could relate a quote “There is no truth but only perception” with this superb post ! I must say that you have got higher emotional quotient that most of us !!! You judged that man for his weird attitude but your judgement didn’t harm him directly or indirectly, isn’t it ?! So It is ok man !!! We do judge people sometime or the other as “to err is human” hahaha 😀 On contrary It seems the incident you faced in childhood left a long term effect in your shadow archetype / subconscious and that indeed an offence done by your friend’s mom maybe unknowingly …. 🙁 Keep sharing !!! 😀 Reply Ankkita on September 26, 2019 Childhood is fragile. Most of the times belief system gets developed in childhood only which keeps playing with the subconscious mind throughout the life. That’s why I say this to my friends to be extra careful while talking to kids. We are shaping their future by our words.1 Reply Poornima on June 20, 2020 I so agree. When i was a kid a cousin of my mom came to visit us. On being introduced to me and my younger sister, she told my mom “younger one is very pretty, you won’t have any problems getting her married”. I kept smiling politely but i swear, that one comment broke my heart and confidence into a thousand pieces. To this day, i find it hard to accept or believe any compliments about my looks. We need to be so careful with our words while talking to kids. Thank you Ankkita for sharing your experiences so honestly, it helps people more than you can imagine. You are such a good writer. Ashikur on September 18, 2019 Full of nice thoughts and quotes and incredibly written !!! Well “Homecoming” the is very powerful word .. I just couldn’t explain ….and if you already achieved it by meditation then it is great !!! Actually home is where our heart as “we are all returning” …. …maybe to be awaken and find ourselves at home again 🙂 Reply Dimple on October 12, 2019 Lovely! keep writing.:) Reply aayushi zacharia on September 17, 2019 Thanks for sharing your story. I felt as if I am the part of the story. Reply Ankkita on September 17, 2019 Glad you liked it Aayushi! 🙂 Hugs and love <3 Reply Hervé on September 15, 2019 Judge people is not understanding them. People like judge but they don’t like people judging them. Treat people as you would people treat you. Reply Ankkita on September 15, 2019 Thank you my friend you sharing your opinion 🙂 I agree with the line ‘Treat people as you would people treat you.’ Reply Ashikur on September 12, 2019 Hey have you noticed your Insta post with handwritten quotes in aesthetic way ! I mean they have a great contrast with dazzling colors and some with nice mix and match back and foreground. Expect Quora which I think to be productive, I seldom use other platforms. At first I though KonMari is a martial arts u r learning 😛 Reply Ankkita on September 12, 2019 Lol..I am happy with Yoga..No martial arts!! I tried putting all my creativity in writing Insta posts, but lately realized that I am not that digital to post stuff everyday. Its more like a chore to me which I hate doing.. I guess that’s why my Insta page is pretty boring! Reply Priysha sinha on September 11, 2019 You are the most beautiful woman of this world. Trust me. Reply Ankkita on September 11, 2019 haha..After my husband, the only person to say this is you <3 Thankyou so much my dear. And let's not forget, we all are unique and beautiful in our own ways. I am one, you are too 🙂 <3 Reply Poornima on June 20, 2020 I don’t even know you and i think you are beautiful too, both inside and out. Ashikur on September 4, 2019 ‘Transformational Tuesday’ is an innovative campaign I bet ! An effective idea indeed to change the habit I guess and I already change my default windows wallpaper with a “good listener” wallpaper in my computer 😀 I hope this to be a result producing one ! Well listening is a golden habits one should follow in every kind of interaction and controlling the usual trait of interrupting needs practice indeed. I am practicing it for not be a perfect but maybe to be a little acceptable also 🙂 Sometime I do listen to people and try to understand them but you know, I am not good at expressing my empathy or what I felt and my silence mostly misunderstood which portrays me as a cold hearted person hahaha…. even I say people should understand the silence, they should listen to the silence also because it got a sweet hymn in itself 🙂 I appreciate your fight against miscarriage and health issues and wishing you all the strength to bounce back and I hope you are already on track.Bad Memories do haunts and it always maybe but you see, good memories are equally painful. Just keep the faith, whatever happens He does it for good 🙂 We had been to what you had been. It sometime really tough to keep that faith intact but afterall we need to carry on for someday maybe the storm will over …who could know…. 🙂 Reply Ankkita on September 5, 2019 Thankyou so much 🙂 Reply Ashikur on September 4, 2019 hahaha lets see 🙂 Reply Ashikur on September 3, 2019 That was the best possible celebration of your birthday one could have on earth !!! I could feel the happiness and blessing their eyes reflects for you and your husband. Personally I thought that one of the greatest charity on earth is to feed the hungry stomach with good foods 🙂 The happiness they borne inside are enough to brighten your days and those blessings will surely never let happiness to forget your address again 😀 We also on several occasion distribute foods to hungry people specially children, but sometime I regret that I am not doing anything good to solve their problem permanently. Still I find it a very noble task one could perform and give myself a hi-five 🙂 Just wonderfull writing asusual with full of wise thoughts !!! By the way … I love jeera rice with veg curry 😛 Reply Ankkita on September 3, 2019 Thanks Ashikur! I believe when we see too much of hunger issues especially among kids, we wish that we could solve it all. But then a little step is okay too. 🙂 Kudos to your efforts. I hope you take some time out to appreciate yourself for what you do. Because not everyone does that!! Reply Ravi Kumar Kotti on September 2, 2019 Ankita, your presentation through a roommate story is excellent and the ways to start is also good but that may differ from person to person. It’s really good the way you are trying to inculcate the habit of yoga and meditation amongst the people. Keep it up and God bless you. Reply Ankkita on September 2, 2019 Thanks Ravi. Please spread the word. It might help someone. A good deed never goes in vein. 🙂 Reply Ashikur on August 29, 2019 1 ton thanks is a huge load to carry 😛 Reply Ashikur on August 28, 2019 This is very inspiring one !!! The practical points you mentioned are indeed very helpful to tackle with situations. Entrenchment of those qualities into one’s character will not only make one strong but will portray more mature image of oneself to others. It happen to be a very useful post for me as most of the time I failed to follow those rules. Yes, I just realize reading this that I need to improve a lot and thank you for that !!! 🙂 And thumbs up to your yoga friend for fighting the battle hard, wishing her all the very best 🙂 …on the context, I, as usual could relate with a wonderful quote from “The Kafka on the Shore” ( I haven’t read it fully yet) and thought to enlighten my comment with the same and further burdening your kind eyes 😀 ” And once the storm is over you won’t remember how you made it through, how you managed to survive. You won’t even be sure, in fact, whether the storm is really over. But one thing is certain. When you come out of the storm you won’t be the same person who walked in. That’s what this storm’s all about.” The whole of the book is just wonderful to read and realize. The above is the just a small part of probably the introduction part of the book 🙂 Reply Ankkita on August 29, 2019 Oh! This is so wonderful! I read this quote somewhere but did not know the actual source. So, the above quote is from this book named ‘The Kafka on the Shore”! Thanks aton for letting me know. I hope to read it very soon 🙂 Reply Ashikur on August 28, 2019 My pleasure 🙂 I am from Bengal too hahaha …that’s why Bengali food is my favorite 😀 I do share this fabulous space of yours whenever possible 🙂 Reply Ashikur on August 27, 2019 Thali also prevents men like me from over eating 🙂 It is just enough to satiate the craving for more food and also nourishes accordingly. Whenever I visit any new state here I do try their local thali. I enjoy the variety in taste, texture, presentation, prelude, main play and conclusion of each thali of different states and it carries their cultural and social heritage also. Most driving inspiration behind visiting new places is to eat their local food/thali 😛 To me the best is however Bengali Thali accompanied with fish/egg/mutton/chicken, second could be from Rajasthan (all veg) then Goa (lots of sea food), Southern especially Keralian (lots of sea food), Marathi (mostly veg), Odia (little difference from Bengali but with better taste of veg dishes). Not yet tried north eastern though 🙂 Deliciously crafted post and I hope more to see you writing about foods !!! 😀 Reply Ankkita on August 27, 2019 My husband is from Bengal, I will show him your comment. I am sure he would love to hear that someone loves Bengali food the most 😛 Please share the article among your friends and family. 🙂 Reply Pankaj on August 26, 2019 If anyone wants to think for themselves that they are ugly, they are not beautiful, they themselves are absolutely wrong. Because no one can judge their own self in terms of beauty and this is how, the low esteem develops in humans. The beauty lies in the eye ? of beholder, guess who… God is great. Namaste ?! Reply Jeva Arora on August 25, 2019 There is a book called Pollyanna which discusses the issue of happiness nicely with a story. I think you would like it though it’s a children’s classic. Reply Ankkita on August 25, 2019 Thankyou Jeva! I will definitely give it a read 🙂 Reply Ashikur on August 23, 2019 I am a disconnect one 😛 Agreed with your view ! beauty lies in what makes us unique among other and everybody is unique in his or her own way I guess 😀 Reply Ashikur on August 22, 2019 WOW !!! Style of yours is quite different in this piece of writing. It is kind of a breezy with emotions 🙂 Nature intrigues me always, it indeed heals, as you mentioned and it sometime resonate with my sadness and takes it away. Its feels good to see sunrise and sunset,various shades reverberate feelings and make peace with our dark memories. Darkest of night reminds me of our final destination and rain connects me with the divine sky while sunrise makes me offer gratitude and prayer that I’m still breathing …. list is quite long for jotting down hahaha 😀 Nature calculates and connects every single thing down the line with the power within itself which is certainly as you mentioned “pathway …” Very nice and helpful post keep going !!! Reply Ankkita on August 22, 2019 Haha..it’s good to see that you could connect to it. I read somewhere, ‘When you walk through a beautiful garden, you feel open and light. You feel beauty. You don’t judge the shape and placement of every leaf. The leaves are of all sizes and shapes and they face every-which-way. That’s what make them beautiful. What if you felt the same way about people? What if we all were like flowers, and however we happened to be, seemed to be beautiful to each other?’ I feel that’s the greatest learning from Nature that beauty lies in differences. Reply Ashikur on August 18, 2019 It is an excellent one !!!! The way you put down your realisation in words is just awesome. This piece of writing is also a helpful one for self contemplation of happiness. On the context, I could not resist myself to share one of the most powerful quote from my favourite movie The pursuit of happyness. “It was right then that I started thinking about Thomas Jefferson on the Declaration of Independence and the part about our right to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. And I remember thinking how did he know to put the pursuit part in there? That maybe happiness is something that we can only pursue and maybe we can actually never have it. No matter what. How did he know that?” Reply Ankkita on August 18, 2019 ‘ That maybe happiness is something that we can only pursue and maybe we can actually never have it. ‘ This line touched my heart! Thankyou for sharing:) Reply Pramod on August 13, 2019 Interesting write up on Vit B12 minus references of the source reduces the credibility of the content. Also even the meat eaters can also go low on Vit B12. Reply Ankkita on August 13, 2019 Thankyou Mr. Pramod for taking out time to read and comment. I do have tried to give reference to the piece of Information I have extracted, like talking about ‘NIA’ and giving credit for Journal of Applied Microbiology. Other than than most of the stuff are taken from random Internet articles and my discussion with my family doctor and naturopathic doctor. Reply Thomas Sutherland on August 11, 2019 Thank You for your words, they’re appreciated as much as are You. Reply Ankkita on August 12, 2019 Thankyou Thomas! Please spread the word:) Reply Archana on September 22, 2019 Hi Ankkita 🙂 I have been thinking of bringing meditation into my routine for a long time now. Your article has helped me start the habit without thinking too much into it. Thank you so much!!! Ankkita on September 22, 2019 I am so glad to know that it helped Archana <3 Please share the article among your friends and family. 🙂 Shruthi on October 8, 2019 Hi Ankita, I was trying meditation but I stopped doing it eventhough I liked meditating due to situations but you have made me realize that there’s no exact place to meditate through your ways of doing.Yay I’m gonna start afresh again. Have to mention that the roommate disclosure part was intelligent. Power to you. Love. Reply Ankkita on October 9, 2019 I am so glad that it helped you Shruthi!! 🙂 Hope we continue this journey of solitude 🙂 Bommisetty Lokesh Sai Venkata Sandeep on August 9, 2019 Thank u mam I will start from today Reply Ankkita on August 9, 2019 Glad it helped Sai! Please spread the word 🙂 Reply Bommisetty Lokesh Sai Venkata Sandeep on August 9, 2019 Thank you mam Reply Ankkita on August 12, 2019 Thankyou for reading Sai! Please spread the word. ) Reply Ashikur on August 8, 2019 So beautifully written !!! This itself is the bonafide certificate of your beauty 😀 Reply Ashikur on August 7, 2019 The post will surely help people to take control over their mind !!! Reply Ankkita on August 8, 2019 Hope so! However, the website is still in the initial stage of growth, therefore I highly doubt many people would read it. 🙁 Reply Ashikur on August 5, 2019 Superb !!! Reply Ankkita on August 5, 2019 Thanks Ashikur! I hope this helps others too! Reply Ashikur on August 2, 2019 Very informative !!! I heard about Spirulina long ago but haven’t tried yet. It is also available in capsule form but I fear they are adulterated somehow in India. If you know any good brand of Spirulina that are available here please inform me 🙂 Reply Ankkita on August 2, 2019 Thanks Ashikur! Not sure if you would find this in India, you can search it in Amazon, This is something widely used in US and Canada, https://vimergy.com/products/usa-grown-spirulina I buy Spirulina in powder form from Amzon and the brand is Organika. Reply Ashikur on August 3, 2019 Thanks for the suggestion 🙂 The brand you mentioned is not available here 🙂 I searched now in Amazon and I got confused to the core 😐 even Patanjali got a spirulina capsule 😛 .. however I may get one with most positive feedback I think Ankkita on August 8, 2019 I found something named ‘Parry Wellness Organic Spiriluna’ on Amazon India. Not tried though the reviews look good! Vee W on July 30, 2019 Ankkita,Your beauty is unique. Each one of us were made different. Like you there is no other. God made you wonderfully. What we see in the magazines are mostly made up… Embrace the natural YOU. You are Beautiful!! Thanks for sharing. Keep up the good work. Keep living your story. ? Reply Ankkita on August 1, 2019 This means a lot! Thanks Vee 🙂 Each one of us is amazingly beautiful in our own ways! So I am , so are you. <3 Reply Ammi on July 28, 2019 From Quora Beautifully written Mam. Simple changes can impact a lot ? Reply Ankkita on July 28, 2019 Thankyou My dear 🙂 Reply Pankaj on August 26, 2019 I guess this link works, Checking. Kindly, acknowledge . For all future work. Ankkita on August 26, 2019 Thanks a ton!!