Greetings from Amalfi!

Greetings from Amalfi! My practice this week has been to consciously remind myself to stay laser focused on Life as it unfolds. We pay a lot of unnecessary attention and give energy to unwholesome processes and persons that cause us pain. As the Buddhist philosophy teaches us, by doing this we are absolving the other … Continue reading Greetings from Amalfi!

Powerful Quote

Honoring Mahatma Gandhi on his 150 birth anniversary coming up next week As a continuation of last week’s thread of thoughts the following quote seems quite apt. It also coincides with the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. "Watch your thoughts, they become your words; watch your words, they become your actions; watch your actions, they … Continue reading Powerful Quote

Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages

My daughter recently pointed me towards Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages. It was a great reminder to take the online test once again to check what my top language is. Quality Time, Acts of Service and Words of Affirmation scored high. Receiving gifts and physical touch were on the bottom rung. I made an intention … Continue reading Gary Chapman’s Five Love Languages

Sunday Reflections

I was facilitating a team centering exercise and practice working on solving conflicts in the workplace this week. Each of the participants reported after tapping into the wisdom of the body how important it was to be brutally honest and transparent to our needs as well as to the needs of others. Are we brutally … Continue reading Sunday Reflections

Sunday Musings

I recently shared with a friend how I had let go of my expectations at an early age in life. This practice taught me to appreciate the moment and be grateful for what I have, rather than focusing on what I don’t have. It was a hard lesson to understand and grasp at a young … Continue reading Sunday Musings

Weekend Post

I received a wake up call today morning just as i was beginning to be from a space of entitlement and righteousness. As I was traveling on a bus to attend a workshop, I came across a screaming boy who was evidently sick with a disorder. His father was kind yet very firm towards the boy, who … Continue reading Weekend Post

Saturday Musings

I remember meeting with a car accident when I had just learnt driving. The experience was traumatic and not my fault. It was truly an unlucky experience. My 2 princesses who were 2 and 5 then were sitting in the back with me. They were stricken with fear and it was heartbreaking to see their … Continue reading Saturday Musings

AHA Moment

I was comfortably settled into a coaching conversation at one of my favorite locations - the coffee shop at Margaret Island. I always find it so tranquil and peaceful there and an ideal location to coach. Towards the end of my coaching conversation, I noticed one of the waitresses approaching our table, smiling ear to … Continue reading AHA Moment

Get out of your way

(A magyar fordítás lent található.) My conscious practice and mantra this week has been ‘to get out of my way’.  I consciously practiced this when I noticed irritation or annoyance at others’ behaviors on the street as I was biking around. Every time, the persons that triggered a judgment internally within me turned around, smiled, … Continue reading Get out of your way