• From Mohan to…  Mahatma

    Pravasi Bharatiya Divas (PBD), was celebrated every year in India on the 9th January.  It is a day celebrated for those souls of Indian origin who live outside of India, known as Non-Resident Indians, NRI’s. The day also commemorates the return to India of the father of the nation, Mahatma Gandhi.  It was on the 9th January, 1915, that Gandhi travelled from South Africa back to Bombay, now known as Mumbai.

  • Living and Leaving… Without Regret

    Now is the time to do the things you have always wanted to do.  Do not leave things for later, because the pain of regret is the punishment the soul experiences.  Do you remember those times after the exams, when you wished you had studied just that little bit more?  Well, let us not have that kind of feeling when we take our last breath!

  • Going Beyond

    The benefit of learning to become more Avyakt is that I no longer feel trapped by the world. The Avyakt consciousness is a dimension that I can fly to whenever I am feeling confined or imprisoned by the limitedness of this world. There is hope. There is light. There is another world that is waiting to be discovered

  • A Time to Reflect

    We have to think of being trend setters, not trend followers!  We can change the mindsets of others from negative to positive.  We want others to be inspired by us, not expire because of us!  And it all begins with the way we think.  What seems small now, will in time build momentum. 

  • Welcome 2019!

    “So, this is Christmas… and what have you done?
    Another year over and a new one just begun…”

  • The Beauty of the Living Christmas Tree

    The symbol of the ‘Tree of Life’ can represent the family of humanity each leaf representing a soul of the Earth living together; just as there are a variety of religions in the world, yet each ‘branch’ emanates from the same Seed; God, because the Divine Soul is the Seed of the human world tree.  There is an eternal flow in Nature, but which comes first, the seed or the tree?

  • It’s Time… To Do the Inner Work

    When we get caught up in the stuff on the outside, then the inside just goes haywire. Then there is chaos and confusion in the mind and in time the operating system will totally crash! This is why the soul needs to get back behind the controls to guide our life in the best way and the best direction, basically letting love, not attachment, fear or expectation be our default programme. We have been running those old programmes of fear, anger and sadness for so long, now is the time to discard them and let them go.

  • AWARE?

    As we practice being more and more aware of all that is going on in and around us, we are training our mind, and we will become consciously engaged beings and not simply a passive someone.  A conscious mind is alert and active, more intuitive and can make better decisions.  Wow!  Just so many benefits from choosing to be present and aware and awake.  Then why don’t we do it more often?

  • Mind Your Senses

    We often use the term: ‘Mind your own business.’  But how about minding our own senses? If Raja Yoga is mastery over the ‘self’, then who is the ‘self’, and who or what are we supposed to be mastering?

    There are many stories and poems from around the world, and they describe the body with all its senses as a kingdom to be mastered.  The senses are often referred to as wild horses which need to be tamed.  They run off into many different directions, and the one holding the reins has to have the strength and the expertise to guide them gently back on track.

  • To Be Peaceful, Or To Be Right? It’s Your Choice

    How many times have we stressed our self out and suffered in trying to prove our point?  And was it really worth it?  Where did it leave us? With more self-respect, or in complete loss and feeling depleted?  If there are legitimate disputes and we have certain rights to claim, there are the legal systems in place to register our disagreements.  But I am talking here about the daily ups and downs in life with those souls who are in our orbit. We call them family and friends, our inner circle so to speak.  Sometimes we have to ask ourselves: Is it really worth the fight to prove ourselves right?  You decide.