Summer evenings on the banks of the Danube

I especially love my summer evenings when I can take a walk on the banks of the Danube River in Budapest, Hungary. I feel incredibly blessed to live in this beautiful city. On one such evening, as I was doing a walking meditation and listening to meditative music, I noticed the beautiful color of the … Continue reading Summer evenings on the banks of the Danube

Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment-Rumi

I was speaking to a client one evening this week. We have worked together for the last 7 years, and I cherish the journey that we have walked on over the past 7 years as good friends. She has gone through immense suffering and yet manages to stay beautiful, strong, and authentic. She constantly wants … Continue reading Sell your cleverness and buy bewilderment-Rumi

Paradox Humor Change

One of my dear friends was going through a traumatic period in her life last year. Her mum was very ill with just a few months to live. A short while after losing her mum, we celebrated her daughter’s wedding. I was reminded of this story today when a client shared with me how she … Continue reading Paradox Humor Change

Weekend Post

This caption captured my attention as I was biking around Toronto. I thought about how I had planned to immerse myself and open up orphanages for children to serve and love them once my girls left my nest. Interestingly, I found my calling by becoming a coach instead, focusing on creating new ways of Being … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

  The body is a powerful tool and resource which many of us are unaware of. It helps us tap into the wisdom that each one of us has within us. I share with you a short body practice this week. Please sit back for a few minutes and soak in.   Video Credits: Business … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

I strive to live my life with detachment. I recently had an AHA moment when I recognized how much I was suffering due to getting attached to situations unfolding around me. I was getting swept away by emotions and stories that I was telling myself based on feedback from the outside. I moved from being … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

The weather in Budapest is simply beautiful. Spring seems to be here and people are out and about enjoying the nice weather. One such sunny morning, as I was heading over to my client’s offices, I saw a young lad dragging his dog back home. The little puppy wanted to play with his mates in … 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

Weekend Post

One of my clients was brought up in a traditional, conservative family setting. He has a robust set of values and strives to lead a mindful conscious life. He finds it extremely challenging when some of his peers do not lead with the same style and then questions himself as his self doubt creeps in. … Continue reading Weekend Post

Weekend Post

  I saw a client this week to whom I had introduced the Guest House by Rumi right at the beginning of our journey together. It took him a few weeks to soak in the words of this masterpiece. He translated it for me very kindly in Hungarian which I post below. Much gratitude dear … Continue reading Weekend Post