Even a disaster could have a silver lining

“Always walk through life as if you have something new to learn and you will.” Vernon Howard  The other day, on the radio, I’ve heard a grocery store manager say that the most selling products in their store since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis were baking goods. Why? Because people who would never have time to bake, now had time to do it. They … Continue reading Even a disaster could have a silver lining

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Tips to Improve Your Relationship with Yourself

Your life partner whom you can never run away from is not your spouse, your child, your parent or your friend. It’s yourself. If this is a reality, which you and I both know it is, then why not to have a better relationship with yourself? Because, as you deepen your relationship with yourself, your self-love grows. And accordingly, the quality of your life improves. … Continue reading Tips to Improve Your Relationship with Yourself

Common Misconceptions About Meditation

There are so many misconceptions around the notion of meditation. For some reason, most people think of it as an activity for more spiritually inclined ones. The picture that comes to mind when one thinks about meditation is someone sitting up with an extremely straight back and uncomfortably crossed legs. Continue reading and see if your excuse for not meditating is mentioned below. I don’t … Continue reading Common Misconceptions About Meditation

How is your sleep these days?

I don’t know if you also feel the same way, but since the novel coronavirus pandemic related social isolation started, our routines at home went out the window. The waking and sleeping hours have been turned upside down. Because we avoid going out as much as we can, we are not very active. Additionally, it’s hard to find too many new things to do in … Continue reading How is your sleep these days?

April 7 Pink Supermoon, Biggest of the Year, is Tonight

This Supermoon is the second and the biggest of three Supermoons that happen back to back this year. The first one was in March, and the next one will be in May. But this time, the moon will be at its closest position to the earth. Hence the extra brightness and its bigger size. It’s called a Supermoon because it appears up to 14% larger … Continue reading April 7 Pink Supermoon, Biggest of the Year, is Tonight

Life After Coronavirus Pandemic

It seems like in this Coronavirus Crisis we are all at a point where we have to make sacrifices for the wellbeing of everyone. We are feeling the weight of uncertainty and worries on our shoulders. Some of us try to stay positive, encourage positivity as much as we can, and keep fear in an arms’ length. It is a fact that being indoors, feeling … Continue reading Life After Coronavirus Pandemic

Collective Anxiety

It feels like we are living in a time of madness. Fear is everywhere, and desperation is the leading theme. We are feeling panic about the Coronavirus, uncertainty related to the upcoming elections in the US, worries concerning the inhumane conditions of millions of refugees around the world, and we are horrified about the unprecedented momentum of global warming. What will happen to the economy … Continue reading Collective Anxiety

Explore your Spiritual Path with Sahaja Yoga

Self-realization makes us humble. Replace temper with compassion. The more innocent you are, the more blissful you will be. Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi I think it was around early 2009, I have attended Sahaja Yoga sessions in Hamilton Ontario for a few months. I wanted to continue but had other pressing priorities at the time. Now, unfortunately, that location does not have “in-person” classes but … Continue reading Explore your Spiritual Path with Sahaja Yoga

Managing Unrest and Impatience During Meditation

“A lot of thoughts keep coming”, “I can’t stand still”, “Am I doing it right?”. Do you have such thoughts during your meditation? If you do, know that you are not alone. These are the questions we hear from almost all new meditators. We all had these concerns, and even years later they can still emerge somehow. But please don’t give up. In fact, these … Continue reading Managing Unrest and Impatience During Meditation

What is your life purpose?

Exactly one year ago, as a very proud mother, I attended my son’s convocation ceremony. As they do for every graduation event, the university invited a well-accomplished leader in their subject to give a speech and to get the title of honorary Ph.D. for his accomplishments. When he started giving his speech, which was extremely inspiring especially for newly graduate young people in the room, … Continue reading What is your life purpose?