This month has been intense. Having been on this planet for quite some time, I can say that life is escalating. Social media is one contributing factor with research revealing that we spend more time on our smart phones than not. I am learning to be receptive to life. When I wake up, I raise … Continue reading Can you do No-Thing?
A Book Review
I have been reading spiritual books for the last 20 years in depth. One of the books, "The Promise of Love, Sex and Intimacy: How a simple breathing practice will enrich your life forever " by Mark Whitwell is a highly recommended book for yoga lovers. The book is available on amazon and book depository. … Continue reading A Book Review
Surrender and Self Love
Growth is a painful process. Lately, I have been going through a lot of painful lessons. One of them being the awareness of relationships that I allow into my life. Without doing the inner work, I sometimes fall off the bandwagon. Having recently completed my first yoga retreat in Savusavu, a beautiful part of the … Continue reading Surrender and Self Love
Have you ever felt lonely in a crowd? Surrounded by many people you love, but still having feelings of emptiness, pain and isolation? I know I have. Some tools that have helped me overcome loneliness include : meditation (click here to download a free loneliness meditation by Teal Swan), yoga, qigong and dance. All these … Continue reading Connection
The Little Things
Today is the end of my city's lockdown. Nevertheless, life is still the same. I now leave my house for my daily walk or to shop for groceries. Since feeling a deep heaviness for the last week, I decided to resume my daily walks along the beautiful Suva seawall. Self care has been apart of … Continue reading The Little Things
The Face Mask
It is day number "I cannot remember" of my Suva Retreat. Days pass me by like clouds floating fleetingly by. Today was the day when I made a conscious choice to wear a face mask. I read a bit about it (but not obsessively) on the World Health Organisation (WHO) website and WHO WhatsApp chat … Continue reading The Face Mask
Day 4 of Suva Retreat – Insights
I awoke today, with a feeling of heaviness despite my mind, body and soul having complete rest over the last few days of my Suva retreat. As I woke up this morning, I am discovering new insights: Music and movement are important for my body to function at ultimate happiness level of body, mind and … Continue reading Day 4 of Suva Retreat – Insights
Day 3 of Suva Retreat – A Global Healing
I releaseI remember the female ancestors who walked the earth before meMy motherMy grandmotherMy auntsWomen of strength and resilienceI channel their energiesAt a timeWhen Gaia is healingUnleashing her angerHer powerHer softnessAs I meditated with millions Via an Ascension Timeline Meditation To heal Gaia Entering the Celestial Stargate We are healingShe is healingAwakening to her lost … Continue reading Day 3 of Suva Retreat – A Global Healing
Day 2 of Suva Retreat – What will I have for Dinner?
Today is Saturday, it is the weekend already. I have lost count of the days and actually thought today was garbage collection day, hahaha. I woke up quite late and then spent one hour connecting with my Canadian friend from Montreal, Lindsay on messenger video. If there is anything positive that is arising out of … Continue reading Day 2 of Suva Retreat – What will I have for Dinner?
You have Time – Day 1 of the Suva Retreat
It is day one of the fourteen day Suva lockdown announced by the Fijian Prime Minister on Thursday, April 3 2020 as two new cases of COVID19 were revealed. I would like to rephrase the narrative from a Suva lockdown to a Suva retreat. I choose to be grateful for this time to stay home … Continue reading You have Time – Day 1 of the Suva Retreat