These words by Lao Tzu resonate with my Being these last days. "One who understands others has knowledge One who understands himself has wisdom Mastering others requires force Mastering the self is strength" What will you do to become strong and master the self this week? My practice has been to be a rigorous soldier … Continue reading Weekend Post
The question many of us often ask ourselves. Am I good enough, clever enough, capable enough, pretty enough, thin enough? This question helps us stay focused towards becoming a better version of ourselves. The quality that differentiates the doer from the over thinker is that he acknowledges this thought/fear and is constantly doing his best. … Continue reading Weekend Post
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) A client shared with me this week her frustration when she cannot be herself with some of her dear ones. She notices that her passion and energy is reduced when she is with these persons. This affects her mood. My question to her was: "Must everybody accept your gifts and … Continue reading Weekend Post
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) Existence without living is ignorance. Living without existence is enlightenment. - Sri Sri These powerful words by Sri Sri have been keeping me busy this week. We must learn to bring wholeheartedness and embrace the present moment. But what does it mean to be living without existing? Does it mean … Continue reading Weekend Post
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) Many a time we feel challenged by life’s circumstances at work or in our personal domain. I’ve often been asked how to be free of the world and it’s sufferings. I’m then reminded of the Master’s words to his disciple. 'Dear if you wish to be free of the world … Continue reading Are you feeling disillusioned? Learn to handle the paradox.
I experienced recently an opening in the heart when I took a few minutes to consciously center after feeling uneasiness in my stomach area one morning upon waking up. My focus and attention since then has been to consciously bring Love into my way of Being. I notice that I stay calmer and grateful despite … Continue reading Love Centered Practice
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) When my girls left home 10 years ago to pursue university studies, I often found myself wondering what is next for me? The mind often seemed to give me the narrative of ‘Is this it now?’ I discovered new hobbies, made new friends, and pursued my career in coaching. I … Continue reading Is this it now?
(A magyar fordítás lent található.) My dearest ones, This last week has been very interesting and has taught me to be consciously grateful. I woke up one morning last week feeling tired, exhausted dragging my feet to complete my 'to do' list. All of a sudden, I experienced excruciating back pain that appeared from nowhere. … Continue reading Gratitude
One of my clients, a leader at a multinational organization spoke at 100 miles an hour without a pause. After he stopped tor a breath of air, I took the opportunity to reflect back his fears and anxieties coming across. I asked him to move out of his chair and reflect on his words. The … Continue reading Wet Suit
As I was contemplating on this weekend’s post the following poem by the 13th century poet and mystic Rumi comes to mind. This has been the question this week from several clients. The very nature of being human is to experience several thoughts, emotions and perceptions. We tend to want to make meaning of everything … Continue reading Rumi in the 21st Century