Hi all Last year I met some amazing individuals who are Beacons of Light, they bring light where it is dark. Their compassion to serve humanity inspired me. One such individual was Bhumika Patel. She loves Indian fashion. She employs tailors from local villages in india to creates beautiful Indian fashion. She then sends the… Continue reading Beacon of Light… Bhumika Patel
Hi all I have met some amazing individuals who are Beacons of Light, they bring light where it is dark. Their compassion to serve humanity inspired me. Last month I completed Yin Yoga teacher training with Jo Phee. She is a senior Teacher Trainer in Yin Yoga. She was bought up solely in Traditional Chinese… Continue reading Beacon of Light: Jo Phee
Hi all Along my journey I have met some amazing individuals who are Beacons of Light, they bring light where it is dark. Their compassion to serve humanity inspired me. Mohammad Cahyo is an architect and has created something amazing from his travels. It all started from his love for travelling and taking photos of… Continue reading Beacon of Light: Mohammad Cahyo
Hi all I have returned from my holiday in India. I visited Bombay and my husband’s village. What a humbling experience it has been.I got to eat wonderful vegetarian food and experience amazing Indian hospitality from my family who live in India. I was also fortunate to visit an ashram that is 200 years old. The ashram is used… Continue reading Joy Of Giving
Hi all Last year I met some amazing individuals who are Beacons of Light, they bring light where it is dark. Their compassion to serve humanity inspired me. One such individual was Neelam Patel. Neelam is part of The Red Box Project and this organisation helps in tackling period poverty. When she told me about the project, I thought… Continue reading Beacon of Light, Neelam Patel
This year I will be blogging about Beacons of Light, people who are inspiring. A Beacons of light in my life has been Mother Theresa, she was born in Albania. Her mother’s words to help the poor stuck with her and hence she became Mother Theresa. A mother to all, she not only helped the… Continue reading Who is your Beacon of Light?
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This is a famous quote from Gandhi. This has never be more applicable than when I became a parent. I was brought up to always respect my parents and to never talk back even if I believed my parents were wrong. I then realised that to give respect it must be…
Homemade therapy is a series of what you can do at home to create wellness and wellbeing. Affirmations in New Thought and New Age terminology refer primarily to the practice of positive thinking and self-empowerment—fostering a belief that “a positive mental attitude supported by affirmations will achieve success in anything.” So how do you affirm, or rather, how… Continue reading Homemade Therapy: Be Kind to Yourself
The practice of charity means the voluntary giving of help to those in need, as a humanitarian. Often, we think we need to do grand gestures to do acts of charity. But do we? A simple gesture, a smile, helping an old lady cross the road or even helping at home is a start. Acts of… Continue reading Little Acts of Kindness….
Illustrated by Lina Patel How was last year for you? Did you achieve all your goals? Did you set goals last year? Why set goals? It’s a way of allowing yourself to create whatever you would like for yourself and allowing yourself to have it. You can prove to yourself that you truly are the creator… Continue reading Goal Setting: New Year, New You!