Roshan Sharma is an Author of “Meditation:The Beginning of a New Life“.

He runs a blog under the name “ModernAgeSpirituality.com”, and has written over 500 blogs covering the topics, from God, religion, spirituality, philosophy, mind, meditation, psychology, consciousness, and many more.

He is a regular practitioner of meditation and prefers walking or running for physical exercise. He is an avid reader of life.

His thoughts on Life:

If you are new to the process of meditation, then meditation is certainly a beginning to a new life for you.

Life is all about understanding, either you work with the outside world, or you explore the inner reality. It’s only with the understanding, life grows and evolve on this earth.

Meditation is one of the tools that give you an understanding of life. It helps you to know yourself and serve you to realize the source of life that exists in you.

When you understand how life works, you also receive the working of life that takes place outside.

With the practice of meditation, all the mysteries of life get resolved. Once you realize the source of life, you don’t live with the idea about life, but you have a direct experience of the truth.

The life follows an eternal process and it unfolds naturally in the moment. The practice of meditation gives you an eye to see the natural unfoldment of life. Once you see, how the life unfolds naturally, all you do is connect with the natural ways of life, and allow yourself to flow with it.

The one purpose of life with which, all other purposes of life is served, i.e. to realize the source of life in you. Once you realize the source of life, you not only experience the absolute bliss of life within, but you also serve the outside life with the highest wisdom.


  1. Your introduction sounds very great and I like it. Congratulations, dear friend, on your decision to share your life, beliefs and experiences to lift up others. I share your vision.

  2. Hi Roshan, thanks for following my blog! You will find lots of good tools and useful concepts there. Keep writing, it’s most helpful for ordering your thoughts. And always keep meditating, that’s the way up and out!

  3. Hello Roshan, read one of your post and looking forward to reading more in a near future. Loved the deepness of it, when you talked about finding the truth. You do have to live it, in order to find it and understand yourself in relation to this world, to the truths of these world, the good ones as well as the bad ones. Glad you stumbled upon my blog. You have here a very interesting insightful blog.

  4. Hey, I found your blog is so interesting and useful. My comment is that please make your post shorter and more digestable so that I can appreciate more. Thank you ; )

  5. Hi Roshan, thanks very much for liking my blog. I’d like to connect with you on Facebook too. I’m coming out with a powerful method of becoming based on the Buddha’s teaching.

  6. Thank you for following my blog, “From the Gross to the Subtle”. It took me a little while to get over here. I was focusing on using my blog for my students; but, there is so much beauty in the blogosphere. It is no nice to encounter a kindred spirit–I will be watching you in my reader. Your site is breath of fresh air.

  7. Hi Roshan—I want to thank you for stopping in over on cookiecrumbstoliveby and for now wanting to follow along on my life’s little journey—wishing you Peace and Grace—Julie

  8. Thank you for finding and following my blog I will follow in return so I can come back. Your blog is inspiring to us all

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