Who’s Varungenius?

Hi everyone! I’m Varun K. Sharma from INDIA. I’m a student of Mechanical Engineering, but not just that! I have passion for photography, singing, sketching and thinking. Yes! Thinking is one of my passions! My dreams are not very uncommon but the way I want to achieve them certainly is! I believe that this nature that surrounds us is all energy. It’s all filled with different forms of energy, the most powerful of them being the energy of LOVE. I believe that anything, no matter how worse, can be cured, solved or corrected with LOVE. The only fact is that very few people realize this reality. So, I’ve decided to spread the message of LOVE & LIGHT throughout this sphere of living forms. I’ve been practicing meditation for over an year and it has helped me realize many things, about ME and MY REALITY where I live in. I’m an optimist who looks at things differently and sometimes credited with the title ‘crazy’ by many who don’t understand my words (quite familiar now…..lol). I’m spiritual, not religious though! If my spirituality guides me towards religion, then I’m religious. But I respect every religion, every language, every tradition, every culture and every creature. And yes, I’m a believer in GOD too. I firmly believe that the invisible matrix of energy that surrounds us and of which we are a part, is GOD Himself. That’s my belief……..doesn’t mean you have to believe the same! Everyone has his own circle of thoughts, ideas and beliefs and nothing goes wrong as long as done with dedication and positive approach. I’m a nature lover, so most of my blogs are related to nature only. Most of my posts will be based on real-life situations and difficulties that we face in our everyday life.
I try being innovative, thinking deep and thinking new! My perspective towards life is very uncommon. I love to help others and bring them out from the sorrows and addictions of fake world to the real and absolute world. I believe that LIFE IS WHAT WE BELIEVE IT TO BE…..!

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36 thoughts on “Who’s Varungenius?

  1. Excellent innovation.. Life is a journey in which we are at times put through situations which at the time can seem like harsh lessons.. But within my experience we are never given those lessons without we learn sometime from them.. through those experiences, we can then pass on our gained knowledge and insights as to help others in similar situations.. Keep sharing your gifts..

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  6. I just visited your blog because I liked something you said on marci, mental health and more blog. You said meditation can help with mental conditions. I like that because I don’t believe in medicine or mental illness as the label or definition of my experiences. I am not “positive” like you, but I appreciate your thoughts here and on Facebook (at a glance, but enough for me). Thanks. I will try to meditate more.

    1. Thank you so much for connecting. I said meditation can help with mental conditions but generally people confuse meditation with “sitting quietly and focusing on something.”
      I just want to expand the understanding of meditation.
      Once again, Thanks for stopping by!

      1. Thanks. I know it’s time to do nothing, and not fight yourself, if a thought comes give attention and let go. Time to let go. Time to focus on space, silence, or one’s breath. Thanks again.

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