The Four Elements of Love True love is made of four elements: loving kindness, compassion, joy and equanimity. In Sanskrit, these are: maitri (metta), karuna, mudita and upeksha. If your love contains these elements, it will be healing and transforming, and it will have the element of holiness in it. True love has the power to heal and transform any situation and bring deep meaning to our lives. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh
The boldest answer always comes from silence. Find a minute to hear silence. Amazing answers will appear! “The greatest sound is silence” Tao Te Ching Lao-tzu Chapter 41 A poetic take of “Sound of Silence” written by one poet, by another poet “And the vision that was planted in my brain Still remains Within the sound of silence”
I applied to teach Chair Yoga and Qi Gong to seniors at upcoming senior living center in Stamford; probably 45 days ago. I was told, that operation manager will contact me for interview and this is when I can bring my resume in. Between the day of applying and now I followed up once and was told again I will be contacted for interview. I get this email about an hour ago: “June 4, 2018 Dear Applicant, Thank you for giving us the opportunity to interview you for with our company. It is always… Read More
It is said that we are in a certain place of our lives for a reason and that this is the place where we should be if we are there. Accept it with grace. No regrets.
A Bija-Akshara is a seed letter and is a very powerful Mantra. Every Devata has his or her own Bija-Akshara. The greatest of all Bija-Aksharas is OM or Pranava. It is the symbol of the Paramatman Himself. OM contains within itself all the other Bija-Aksharas. There is no Mantra superior to OM. This trilateral sound is only an expression or manifestation of the highest primal Dhvani or vibration. Generally, a Bija-Mantra consists of a single letter but sometimes it constitutes several syllables. Some Bija-Mantras are made up of compound letters, such as the Mantra Hreem. Their meaning… Read More