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A praise of compassion by Lama Zopa Rinpoche:

“Live with compassion
Work with compassion
Die with compassion
Meditate with compassion
Enjoy with compassion
When problems come,
Experience them with compassion.”

I have tried my best to embody compassion in my life.  But this Saturday a simple act of compassion truly touched my heart. And this act came not from me but a dear friend. (more…)

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Over the last few months as I sat in class, I often questioned how most of the eastern healing modalities practiced today really work. I have experienced some of the benefits of these healing modalities and have known stories of miraculous recovery of many from serious health ailments. What fathomed me in the past is how a Reiki practitioner for instance can heal a person even without his or her physical presence. (more…)

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Ever noticed how most of us make decisions in life. Usually it is a well-thought decision based on logical reasoning and questioning and sometimes we land up asking for a second, a third or a forth opinion! We’ve been told – Haste makes waste. Look before you leap. Stop and Think. Don’t judge a book by its cover. (more…)

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In today’s day and age when it is hard enough to fathom what will happen in the next minute, attempting to predict what my life will be like at the age of 75 and above is highly difficult. But I do think that it is important, as it will allow me to plan for my old age better. As a firm believer of the power of visualization, writing what life will be like in my later years would only make my vision into reality. If I can visualize myself aging healthy, the possibility of that happening is greater and I will like to take necessary steps starting now to achieve that goal. (more…)

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My interest in the wellness industry was ignited at the age of 23 when I decided to undergo my Yoga Teachers Certification Program from the Sivanada School of Yoga in Trivandrum, Kerala. I had just finished my Masters in International Business and Management in UK at this point and had returned to India to pursue my career. (more…)

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