The Witching Hour – What You Need to Know About 2:00

Understanding The Witching Hour

Have you ever heard of The Witching Hour? This phrase is definitely utilized in a number of alternative ways… It might consult with the time of evening a child will get fussy, or within the investing world, it references the final hour of buying and selling (when issues get extremely unstable) earlier than the market closes… Continue reading “The Witching Hour – What You Need to Know About 2:00”

Anniversary of Seeds of Peace UNESCO prize | Features

November 17 marks the anniversary of the UNESCO Peace Prize award to Seeds of Peace, a charitable group based in 1993 to encourage friendship amongst youth whose ethnic or nationwide teams are in battle. Seeds of Peace affirms that whereas governments negotiate treaties, “peace is made by folks.”

Members in Seeds of Peace summer time camps study conflict-resolution expertise and discard entrenched beliefs that members of a selected group are to be thought-about enemies. Residing and dealing collectively as buddies, they construct mutual respect and understanding. Continue reading “Anniversary of Seeds of Peace UNESCO prize | Features”

Yoga as Meditation

For most people, yoga is a stretching exercise that yields healthy physical benefits and tightens the skin and body to make people appear younger and to improve their posture. But yoga provides a deep and insightful experience to the ones who really indulge themselves in the practice. Yoga is an exercise of the mind, and a practice of spiritual healing. Which is why, thousands of people regard yoga for spirituality and for changing their psyche and starting a new and healthy life.

We can say that yoga has this profound set of laws that assist people to find the right way in order to explore and attain inner peace through self love, patience and compassion. For instance, one of the laws state about bad deeds returning to people who committed them or everything that goes around comes around; commonly known as Karma. Continue reading “Yoga as Meditation”

Living an enlightened life is a phenomenon experienced by many of us.

We open ourselves to our true nature and raise our level of consciousness. Several transformations are appearing at this moment. We are experiencing great emotional upheavals that push us to question everything and take stock of our lives.

And now, what about this awareness of our existence?

Below are some principles to living and enlightened life.

Simplify one’s existence

We often tend to complicate our lives. Why? Because the ego believes this is the only way for him to survive. Our mind makes us believe that we must always add a little more. More work, more material goods, more money, more relationships. We also believe that we need to be more efficient, more competitive, more perfectionist, more conciliatory. In short, we never feel up to it and we always demand more of ourselves. The awakening makes us realise that it is in simplicity that we will find our happiness. As much in the inner and outer simplicity. Continue reading “Living an enlightened life is a phenomenon experienced by many of us.”

The mystery of reincarnation

My understanding about reincarnation.

Like other Indian religions, Buddhism affirms the existence of rebirth, or reincarnation. The mental continuum of an individual, with his instincts, talents, etc., comes from past lives and continues into future lives. The individual, according to his actions and the habits that flow from them, can be reborn among a great variety of life forms, better or worse: human, animal, insect, as ghost or in other invisible state. All human beings experience uncontrollable rebirth due to the strength of their disruptive attitudes such as attachment, anger and naivety, and the drive behaviors they cause. If, because of our previous behavioral patterns, we follow the negative impulses that arise in our minds and act in a destructive way, the result will be that we will experience pain and sorrow. If, on the other hand, we engage in constructive acts, we will experience happy experiences. Thus, the happiness and suffering of each individual during his successive rebirths are not a reward or a punishment, but are created by his previous actions according to causes and behavioral effects. Continue reading “The mystery of reincarnation”

Miracles do happen!

Do you believe in miracles?

I do because I’m a living witness!

Precisely, it was 7 years ago that I conceived and gave birth to my son, Ryan, in Brunei. It was an incredible experience for me, considering the chain of events that follows before and immediately after Ryan’s birth. Today, each time I set my eyes on Ryan and remember the past, I knew deep down that God has given me a living miracle, for which I just cannot stop thanking Him enough. So I’m here to share the testimony with you and to encourage you to trust in miracles.

A birth characterised with pains

Ryan’s birth was one laden with different challenges. From the moment he proceeded from the womb, he was faced with myriad health issues—from loss of blood to a fragile-looking appearance, Ryan’s birth was one that evokes sorrow, pity, and heartbreak.  It was a pain to behold my child looking extremely pale, with no respiration and no heart rate, to say the least.  His birth carries a preterm ranging 35/40, with an equally fragile weight measuring 2.46Kg. Continue reading “Miracles do happen!”

How Yoga Benefits Women with Postpartum Depression

Motherhood is one of those personal milestones that’s both exciting and challenging. You look forward to holding that little bundle of joy in your arms, yet you put your body through so much in order to deliver a healthy baby.

New moms are said to go through a whole wave of emotions, starting from conception all the way to labor.

A Snapshot of Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression remains an elephant in the room for most new moms. Many of them are overwhelmed with such an enormous and significant change in their lives. They struggle through the sleepless nights, the diaper changes. Continue reading “How Yoga Benefits Women with Postpartum Depression”

How did spiritual healing help overcome my depression?

I connected to a spiritual healer not long ago, and am glad I found her. She is a beautiful soul. I knew she could heal my soul the moment I met her on live chat. The day when I met her for the first session, I was a bit nervous, but she calmed me and made me feel comfortable right away.

We chatted for an hour before she performed the remote healing on me for 10 minutes.  I told her a strange thing happened to me the day I signed up to book for the session.

I remember very well that night, around 3 in the morning, in my sleep, a sudden splash of white light like a sword touched me in a split of seconds. This has never happened to me in my life. I woke up with a sudden shock, and I was sweating. It was in the middle of winter and the night was so cold. How could I be sweating, I asked myself. Continue reading “How did spiritual healing help overcome my depression?”


Spirituality is not a religion or a cult. It is neither an accolade nor a title that can be conferred upon you. Spirituality is a Path, so steep and narrow that it requires every concentrated effort on your part to keep moving onward with consistent strength and determination. It is a personal journey where you walk alone.

The road is long and arduous, strewn with precious gems of wisdom, scattered by the Great Masters who had once trod the route to attain their personal Christhood. These gems are the nurturance of your soul, providing greater relief and strength to the aspiring wayfarers of this Path.

Man is habituated to move around in life with a burden on his back, the contents of which have no import whatsoever. They are the old remnants of his past – sorrows and tears – which he has carefully treasured for aeons in time. Continue reading “Spirituality”