Lao Tzu Quote

My treasures, Several conversations revolved around this quote this week. Lao Tzu Quote "One who understand others has knowledge One who understands himself has wisdom Mastering others requires force Mastering the self is strength" What will your practice be to attain mastery level? Namaste, Prerna 🙏 ------------------------- Kincseim, Sok beszĂ©lgetĂ©s forgott az alábbi idĂ©zet körĂĽl … Continue reading Lao Tzu Quote

ANGER

My conversations this week have been revolving around anger. How might we manage when anger hits us and sends us flying to the ceiling. Let us understand that anger is an important emotion. It tells us what truly matters to us. What are the values that matter to us. The problem occurs when we allow … Continue reading ANGER

APPRECIATION

This week I’d like to appreciate the persons who are working behind the scenes to bring forth my thoughts and reflections to each one of you in a timely and professional manner. My lovely daughters Juhi and Vriddhi who edit the posts diligently every week, lovely Raul and Juhi who send me relevant pictures that … Continue reading APPRECIATION

Diwali Greetings

Once again we are in the festive season. Gratitude! As I was reflecting on my message to you today, this one thought appears fiercely in my way of Being. The intelligence is a magnificent tool that we humans possess. Are we using this intelligence like we are meant to? Many of us allow this tool … Continue reading Diwali Greetings

Sunday afternoon musings

The body feels tired and weak after a nasty virus. The mind is dull, working very hard to take me away from center. My work is to simply observe with a quality of detachment and non participation. This is freedom. What will your practice be this week? Namaste, Prerna Vasárnap dĂ©lutáni merengĂ©s A test fáradtnak … Continue reading Sunday afternoon musings

Kindness to Self Weekend

Many of my conversations this week revolved around how we as a human race are incapable of being kind to ourselves. We are constantly in service towards our loved ones without even exploring the capacity to show a small amount of kindness to self. The reason this happens is that we do not value ourselves … Continue reading Kindness to Self Weekend

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