Living in Joy

Last week while on my morning walk, I felt to pick these silver flowers for the design department I’m working with. While I was walking to the office, I felt joy and gratitude for having this job, but also for the life I live.

When I share with others that this is how I feel whether it’s Monday morning or Sunday, they are surprised. “You’re very lucky,” they say. But it’s not a matter of luck, it’s a choice, a choice to bring my all in every aspect of my life and not make work any different.

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My Soul is My Safety

For most of my life I have used my mind to plan, organise and arrange every detail of the day-to-day. This calculation was mostly time based, as in when I would do things and what order I would do them in. Not only was each day planned to the minute, I would have things in place for months ahead. Continue reading “My Soul is My Safety”

The Spaciousness of Being Present

A Sunday morning on the Gold Coast and the air was quite cold for late May. Session number four in a six-session Yoga of Stillness program had arrived and participants in various attire, from fluffy house shoes and beanies to heavy winter jackets and active wear, gathered and prepared their personal spaces for the early session. Continue reading “The Spaciousness of Being Present”

Finding Eternal Rest through the Ageless Wisdom Teachings as Presented by Serge Benhayon

“If then you do not make yourself equal to God, you cannot apprehend God;
for like is known by like.”
Hermes Trismegistus

My re-connection with the Ageless Wisdom teachings when attending presentations by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine has been what changed for ever my vision of the world and humanity, how I perceived history (and pre-history) and how I view my place and part in all of this. Continue reading “Finding Eternal Rest through the Ageless Wisdom Teachings as Presented by Serge Benhayon”

Return To God

“What would you ask from God, if you ever met him?”, wondered my mum with a counter question to mine.

I was about 9 -10 years old. We were returning home from listening to one of the scripture stories at a Hindu study centre (in our village in India), where a demon king did a lot of meditation and prayers to please God and asked him for immortality, so he could rule the world forever. Continue reading “Return To God”

Unravelling the Truth about Death

My father passed away when I was eleven years old and this event had a significant impact on the course of my life, made more complicated and misguided as his passing was clouded by emotion – and misunderstanding of the truth of what had occurred. Continue reading “Unravelling the Truth about Death”