Hi, my name is Indika and welcome to my blog!
You’ve landed on the ‘About’ page, so I’m guessing you want to know a little more about me and what this blog is all about.
I’m a writer and I live in London, England with my wife and daughter.
For the past ten years or so, I’ve been asking questions – about life, happiness and why the world is the way it is, and how we can make it better for everyone.
The answers I’ve found are far different from anything I’ve encountered before. They’re also pretty simple in nature.
I’ve learned that true and lasting change begins with a change in our consciousness. I’ve learned that in order to change our lives, we must first change our thoughts, and to change our world, we must first change ourselves.
All of this has been life-changing. It’s like I’ve been asleep all that time and woken up suddenly!
While it is true that I have learned much and that my life has been transformed as a result, I won’t claim to be an expert. This is only the beginning and I have a long, long way to go. I’m still learning and I’m still working on myself – I see it as a life-long process. But I’m very thankful to be on this path.
My aim, in writing this blog, is to share what I have learned because I believe that this information, though hugely powerful, is still relatively unknown. I believe that it can help to free people from much of their pain, confusion, and suffering and so I’m consumed by a desire to get these ideas across to as many people as possible.
I want to see humanity happy and free.
I want to help create heaven on Earth, for myself and others and I know that together, we can do it.
I’m asking you to humour me while I go off on a tangent; while I ruminate and speculate; while I relate – from my own experience and that of my teachers. Something I share here may help to spark off something within your consciousness.
And maybe, just maybe, we might end up changing the world together…
If you’re new to the blog, then check out the posts listed below to help you get a feel for the subject matter: