A Memoir about Prayers and Healing

Things do not attach themselves to our void, till we allow it to occur. Things- broken, upsetting they instill our hearts and soul with remorse and pain. A haunting truth about liberation is when we clench our minds limited only to the point we think we need it, it never occurs. What about the next step?

The next step of releasing our fears and not ingesting the feeling of guilt and sadness always. The process requires abundance of acceptance. Acceptance of our mistakes, acceptance of knowing our worth, our dreams as well acceptance to not expect from others.

Prayers can be addictive. I have watched myself for a month not going to the bed without chanting a hymn or “om mani padme hum”…it’s  strange belief or a meditative medium as if I have someone to hold on, I never trusted humans and somehow I suffer from social anxiety and therefore I know how strong my bond is with miracles and prayers. No, the reason is not limited only to this. While addressing about my insanity and delirious thoughts in the form of poetry in my first full length collection- crimson skins, I cried and managed to write somehow.. I later found out my journey with healing. About something beyond pain…something surreal yet realistic. I dedicate each day ever since to my writing process as a slow, healing journey. A quiet, nurturing interaction to my soul. It’s all about the Self!


 I wrote my poetry book – Crimson Skins out of pain, love, despair. Hope you like it too. Links can be checked out here- IT’S AVAILABLE AT HALF THE COST ON POTHI.:) I have posted the reviews for my book in past posts, check it out if you are skeptical. I would appreciate it.

Crimson skins – US

Crimson Skins- POTHI

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my valiant soul

A dreamer and a believer for the upliftment of women rights. A published poet, author, writer. Believes in dancing and cooking amazing food for hungry souls at times. Loves to write and write till the moon is satisfied. My writings can be found at Visual Verse, Indian Periodical, Sick Lit mag, Duane's Poetree, Thistle magazine, among various others. Curator of Olive Skins.

17 thoughts on “A Memoir about Prayers and Healing”

    1. Okay. So you are saying all humans are good? And even if a few are good- I don’t trust that due to my sad connections. That’s just MY experience. You can’t tell someone to trust on things just because it was okay for you. We have our own struggles.


      1. It is not about my experience, it is about living a life being a human, and how come u r so sure About my experience , I feel we have to be good at our thoughts and approach there are good ppl in world… We can’t sit aside .

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      2. You do you.
        Being human is given. Keeping our humanity is a choice. And a few don’t get it. When you say “we have to be good at our thoughts” I clearly never said against that. This was MY personal short Memoir. No one should judge it. Empathy is the word.


  1. I love your post’s name- God inspired it so its essence would be imparted to not only you, but to those He connects you to… Trust in divine connections my sweet sister… Yes, trouble comes in relationships, but God always means it for good… Our character becomes more like His when we suffer, and we can say like Paul: “We glory in the cross.”
    God bless you and raise you up with a mighty testimony, dear valiant soul.
    ❤️Michele Renee

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