• Tis the Season to be Jolly

    Tis the Season to be Jolly Deck the halls with boughs of holly It’s the season to be jolly And be thankful for all that we have All the lights and decorations Put up in the anticipation Of the joyful celebration That’s on its way We’re counting the days ‘Til it’s time for Christmas day Continue reading »

  • Touched and Moved

    Touched and Moved We all feel it when we are touched by something or someone, whether in our heart, our mind or our body. Yet if we were to describe the how or the what of it, it would be very difficult to explain. Why is it that we feel a physical and emotional warmth, or a sense of peace and calm when touched by some people, and yet Continue reading »

  • When the Honeymoon is Over

    When the Honeymoon is Over ‘Honeymoon’ is a term that most often relates to the intimate time spent together by couples in their early days of marriage. However, as sweet as this first month (or year) of marriage may be, why is it that, like the moon, it begins to wane after a short period Continue reading »

  • Solving Misunderstandings

    Solving Misunderstandings Misunderstandings can be so upsetting that they can spoil a good relationship within minutes. Aren’t we humbled, and sometimes ashamed, when things are drawn to our attention, and we find out the real truth behind the matter? We realise what a story our wicked mind had convinced us to believe. Misunderstanding another’s tone Continue reading »

  • Amrit Vela – Time of Nectar

    Amrit Vela – Time of Nectar Amrit Vela is commonly known as early morning meditation. ‘How early’, you may ask… to be precise, at 4am! What is so appealing to yogis about this unearthly hour? Well, ‘Amrit’ means nectar while ‘Vela’ means time or moment.  As one sits in meditation and in contemplation of God, one is able Continue reading »

  • My ‘AHA’ Moment!

    My ‘AHA’ moment! Time and experience have taught me that unless I understand an issue at all its levels, I cannot bring about a substantial transformation in my life. Understanding is the key to self-transformation and self-management, happiness, peace and a life filled with wisdom, because only through deep understanding can I have REAL-isation of Continue reading »

  • It’s Critical Not to be Critical

    It’s Critical Not to be Critical Have you noticed how some people just seem to find fault in everything? You go out with someone and buy them coffee but the cup is just not big enough (or small enough) or the chairs around the table should be blue instead of green, or the flowers on Continue reading »

  • Simple Living

    Simple Living     Mahatma Gandhi said: “Live simply so that others may simply live”.  To live simply was the way of being for many cultures in the past, both in the East and West; to live in harmony with nature and its cycles, and to take only from the earth that which was absolutely Continue reading »

  • Meaning and Purpose

    Meaning and Purpose Have you ever stopped to ask yourself, what is the purpose of life? For some this question provides a springboard to uncovering deeper significance and meaning in life. Others may strive relentlessly to ‘find their purpose’ – which may feel like chasing a rainbow. And yet many who experience life to be a Continue reading »