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  • Understanding Anger Part 1

    The anger management module has been on my mind so I decided to explore the subject of ‘Anger’ further while I put the program together. “Anger is like a howling baby, suffering and crying. The baby needs his mother to embrace him. You are the mother for your baby, your anger. The moment you begin to practice breathing mindfully in and out, you have... more February 11th, 2018
  • Why The Lotus Blooms: Choosing to Stand Tall by Tara Anand

    A string of shattering experiences results in Tara, putting her ambitions aside to marry her college sweetheart at twenty-five. She wakes up as a wife, numbingly empty, but for the next nine years convinces herself: marriage is about compromising. Meeting Aadi, a married man seven years younger, tears her identity and secure world apart. It’s impossible to... more October 3rd, 2017
  • Stay Calm with the ‘Hriday Mudra’

    The ancient science of Yoga gives many practical tools, that can be used in our day to day lives, helping us stay calm especially in stressful situations. From my own personal practice I know that the The Heart Mudra or 'Hriday Mudra' is one of the easiest & most effective in maintaining this energetic balance. (Mudra's also known as energetic lock... more August 19th, 2017
  • Pick Your Life-Coach Carefully

    Though we have been operating in the field of ‘Life Coaching’ for quite some time, to be very honest, we cringe inwardly every time we have to use this term (for lack of a better one) to define what we do – helping people deal with life challenges in a graceful and creative manner.   Why do we cringe we asked ourselves? We realized Life-Coac... more July 17th, 2017
  • Break Free

    I wrote this poem when I became aware of my self-limiting beliefs which were holding me to ransom. It was time to move past this past conditioning which made me feel hopelessly unworthy. It was time to gently assert myself and move forward, full of strength and conviction. I hope it inspires those who read it to do the same …   Break free … O... more June 24th, 2017
  • My Anger and Me

    Anger Management
    This poem is a personal expression of how I understood my anger. This realization came at a time when I had almost destroyed all that mattered to me. What my spiritual teacher had warned me about was coming true—he had said that anger could destroy my world and had asked me to be mindful of it. It was difficult at the beginning, until I accepted my a... more June 23rd, 2017