100 Days of Wisdom…Day 36

For me, there is no greater feeling than a warming embrace from a close friend! However, that’s not to say that I don’t enjoy dishing out or receiving hugs and from total strangers too! 😉 (Maybe with the exception of Borat!) 😆

Amongst the youth of today it is part and parcel of the culture to greet and depart with a hug. I for one, upon seeing my close friends, always begin the encounter with a hug! There is something about a hug which is not only has a spiritual power, but is comforting and always puts a smile on my face!

I’ve been told that I give the best hugs in the world as I often pick people up as I hug them! However I personally give that crown to two of my very close personal friends and give them joint first place. They both give outstanding hugs. When they hug you they make you feel like at that moment you’re the only person in the world! They embrace with full intensity and emotion and they don’t hold back! This post is dedicated to you two as I always look forward to hugs from you both and in fact, they are amongst my favourite things in the whole wide world! Sometimes, when you give me a hug, I just don’t want to let go! 🙂

Thank you for giving me so much love through your hugs!

There are no rules for hugs, my only suggestions would be to give as many possible and receive as many as you can! When you give your hugs don’t keep your distance and reach your arms around the person. Embrace fully and feel that connection that you have with the soul that you’re hugging.

I was also looking around to see what other people in the past have said about hugs and I found a great article by Michelle Morovaty posted over at ezinearticles.com and thought I would share it with you!

3 Responses

  1. Kavikim says:


    Any form of contact has the same effect. It’s difficult to hug everyone in a work environment, so i touch peoples shoulders or arm as a way of engaging the barrier and merging the energy between me and another person. Im in HR, so for anyone who is in this field should know that body language and gaining trust is important, so try it, by comfortably stepping into another persons energy. It takes time to understand how to do this effectivly, but once you know how, it becomes second nature!

    Nice Blog amit! Huggies xxx

  2. Amit Sodha says:

    Hey Kavi!!

    Thats and awesome idea and something I do quite unconsciously at work with people! 😀 Tactile contact is always important for gaining a rapport and trust although not always necessary, but it does solidify the bond!

  1. May 22, 2012

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