You Can Have It All

Thanks for stopping by! Here’s stuff to keep you inspired :-)

  • “Sometimes what you’re most afraid of doing is the very thing that will set you free.”- Robert Tew Every time I watched a movie scene that showed someone getting stuffed into the boot of a car, I would have incredible recoil. It was an indescribable feeling that the mind recalled, perhaps from my own death in some past life. The same would happen when scenes of earthquakes – and people being buried under buildings – Read More
  • We are all made of energy. Each of the little atoms that we are made of, is vibrating at a certain frequency that makes us part of the energetic pattern of the universe. The universe, on its part, is the infinite source of energy that powers the greatest good for everything and everyone. It is benign, unbiased, omnipresent and omnipotent. To use an analogy, the individual is like a ripple on the vast ocean of Read More
  • sandeep nath
    Let me start by telling you the most difficult part about Qigong. It is ‘pronouncing the word’ correctly! Really… I’ve heard people say chingon, cuigong, chuikong, quinto… and numerous other variations that are more familiar to the uninitiated tongue. The right pronunciation however is “chikung”. Many people write it the same way Chi-Kung, and that is good to pronounce. However, the reason it starts with the alphabet ‘Q’ is to differentiate it from ‘Ch’, which Read More
  • This is a huge subject and there are many authoritative books to set you on the right track. This simplified illustration will help you get started and understand what several Qigong and Reiki techniques I teach refer to. On the left are the 7 chakras, or receptors of energy. You can think of them as antennae which operate through the layers of our aura (the invisible energy shell encapsulating each energy body – like an Read More
  • Here’s an exercise to start to arrive at your mission. I’d like you to pull out 3 white papers. On the first one, write down as many bulleted points as you can, about ‘What your strengths are’. These are personality traits or acquired skills. On the second one write down as many bulleted points as you can, about ‘What you are passionate about’. These are things that make your heart feel happy. On the third Read More