If the fire in your heart is strong enough, it will burn away any obstacles that come your way.― Suzy Kassem Everyone in the business world takes a unique journey that starts with a specific first step, continues with an unknown path and completes by an unforeseen end. Some people’s journeys might be a long one, while others’ quite short. Some journeys happen to be comfortable … Continue reading The road to success is paved with resilience
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
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?
We’ve all had those perfect moments–when things come together in an almost unbelievable way, when events that could never be predicted, let alone controlled, remarkably seem to guide us along our path. Carl Jung called this phenomenon Synchronicity: “a meaningful coincidence of two or more events, where something other than the probability of chance is involved.” When all stars align and many wonderful things happen … Continue reading Open Yourself to Synchronicities
Today I am turning 50. No joke, literally half a century. No wonder there are lots of things I have difficulty remembering. Well, most probably because some of them happened decades ago, laughing out loud. Throughout the years of my humble life on this beautiful earth, I am quite happy with my accomplishments, most important one being bringing a person, now a nice young man … Continue reading The Big 5-OH
I would think at some point anyone could regret something that they did or said, start thinking about “what if” scenarios and feel the guilt that’s attached to it. It is kind of impossible to be a human being and not to remember something that you did in the past which you regret at the moment. Everybody makes mistakes. It is normal. We learn from … Continue reading No Regrets
The June solstice – your signal to celebrate summer in the Northern Hemisphere and winter in the Southern Hemisphere – is happening on June 21st – today. For us in the Northern Hemisphere, this solstice marks the longest day of the year. Early dawns, long days, late sunsets, short nights. The sun at its height each day, as it crosses the sky. Meanwhile, in the south … Continue reading June 21 – Summer Solstice
Be bold and mighty forces will come to your aid – Basil King, Canadian Writer (not Goethe!) What is life without taking risks? Allowing slight shifts in your path, making big decisions such as taking a job that will trigger a change in your career, or accepting a marriage proposal even if it will mean to move away somewhere new with your spouse, deciding to … Continue reading Nothing can stop you but yourself
We can get so caught up in our daily hustle and craziness of today, that we forget to take the time to pause and figure out if what we are hustling on is taking us to where we want to go. If you would be able to travel into the future, into any moment you choose; 5 years from now, 10 years from now, or … Continue reading How would you like to be remembered?
2018 came and bulldozed our lives one way or the other, according to what I have heard from countless people. How a draining and challenging year it was… Which is in line with what I have experienced too. I believe a few years later when we look back at 2018 and analyze it from a more objective point of view, we will see that it … Continue reading When one door closes…