I know it has been a while since I last spoke to you. My last conversation with you here was about the changes I was experiencing in my life. In the midst of those changes I had to ask myself- Who I was and who I wanted to be? Whoever tells you that this process… Continue reading Hello again..
It is scary..to not know. To not know where you are headed when you have always felt like you did. You took pride in your clarity of purpose and alignment of every thought, action and word. It makes you question the very foundation that you once stood on and built yourself. Fears and insecurities begin… Continue reading The Changing room-II
Past few weeks things have been changing around me. It is probably more appropriate to say that these changes are big enough for me to notice them. I feel like I am inside a changing room trying on new clothes and find out what I like:) Old is making way for the new. I think… Continue reading The Changing room
‘We’ ness i.e. Inter-dependence is a stage where I believe I am today and I still am a work in progress. For most of my 20’s I have been independent in terms of earning money and making life choices based on what I deemed was right for me. Although it sounds great I believe while… Continue reading ‘I’ ness to ‘We’ ness
This morning I was reading an article where the author was discussing whether Angelina Jolie’s recent decision to undergo mastectomy was medically hexed? Reading this article by Lissa Rankin I felt inspired to write my own blogpostJ Sitting in front the television watching commercials, all I see is the commercialization of emotions. When you make… Continue reading The Power of Suggestion – how it influences our daily living.
Dance has always been one of my passions. It is something that liberates me and celebrates me. Often when I am dancing I wait for the moment when I just feel my heartbeat in sync with the beat of the music playing and I am totally tuned inward. My movements are minimal and my spirit… Continue reading Dancing your way into personal growth!
This video covers a portion of Elizabeth Kubler Ross's work on grief, death and dying. The video talks about an individual's response to death & dying. Five stages of grief include: 1) Denial 2) Anger 3) Bargaining 4) Depression 5) Acceptance I draw from her work to support my clients through the process of grieving… Continue reading Five stages of Grief
Allow yourself to grieve. Grief is a natural response to any kind of loss. Loss of a loved one, losing your sense of identity, or even a perceived sense of loss. It is hard to lose someone who has lived and now is not around. It is sometimes harder to let go of the losses… Continue reading Allow yourself to grieve
With 60-70% of our body being composed of water, we need to be mindful of our self-talk and what we say to others. This experiment helps us see the effect of loving and harming thoughts on our physiology. This is where our psychology becomes our biology.