Tag Archives: responsibility

You are already WHOLE

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Do you know that you are a part of the Universe? Are you aware that your Soul comes from the Source – the Super Consciousness (also known as Sadashiva in Sanskrit)? I was born in a Taoist family where deities worshop … Continue reading

Be a leader of your life

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Last weekend on 1-2 April, I attended an enlightening workshop by a living avatar, Paramahamsa Nithyananda (fondly known as Swamiji). The tittle of the workshop was “Be Your Own Boss – Manifesting Leadership Consciousness”. In this workshop, he gave the … Continue reading

Encourage every possibility with love and respect

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Do you see possibility or impossibility in life? How often do you shut down a possibility in your life? Do you keep every possibility available for your child? The more I work with children, the more I truly embrace the … Continue reading

Take responsibility in relationships

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Do you feel suffocated by your parents’ expectations? Can you differentiate attachment vs. responsibility in relationship? How do you take responsibility in creating a loving and fulfilling relationship? Many of us are confused with attachment in relationship instead of having … Continue reading

Mind is an action, you can stop it!

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Are you struggling to still your restless mind? Do you find it impossible to stop your inner chatters? If this is what you find a challenge, the insight from the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali will bring you the right understanding … Continue reading

A new way of living with awakened 3rd Eye

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Three months after the initiation into the 3rd eye awakening by Swamiji, Paramahamsa Nithyananda, how has life been? Honestly, I am still learning a new way of living and being with this gift of an awakened 3rd eye. It is … Continue reading

The Four Great Inner Powers

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Do you know that there are four giant powers sitting inside you? As man is born out of divine energy – Shakti, he possesses four great powers. The four spiritual principles – Integrity, Authenticity, Responsibility and Enriching – which are the … Continue reading

Living with Integrity: A Deeper Understanding

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For the last 4 months, I have been soaking in the more subtle dimensions of the first Cosmic Principle – Integrity as a teacher for the children in Nithyananda Bala Vidyalaya ( a weekend programme for children) as well as … Continue reading

How I keep my child in the space of possibilities?

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Do you know that children are already born complete, total with pure innocence and intelligence? Before the age of 7 y.o., children live in a pure space called “Space of a Child”. This is the original state of pure awareness, … Continue reading

Rewiring of Root Cognitions for Enlightenment

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Are you aware of your root cognitions? Many of us carry certain root cognitions that form the basis how we respond to life. What you strongly believe as you is the root cognition. Basically, root cognition is a mental pattern … Continue reading

Wealth and Spirituality

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Do you think wealth and spirituality are in conflict? Do you feel guilty about becoming wealthy? Do you have problem attracting wealth?  I used to carry a few wrong ideas about wealth due to my past childhood conditioning until I … Continue reading

Marriage with Hostility

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Have you ever felt that there are times when your life is filled with hostilities? Hostility means when we are constantly threatened from life situations which make feel us suffocated. Hostilities can come from our parents, in-laws, siblings, spouse, children, … Continue reading

7 Timeless Tips To Have Fulfilling Relationship With Your Child

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After I got back from the Inner Awakening retreat in end December, lately I’ve experienced a breakthrough in my relationship with my son, Kai which really made me feel so fulfilled. Our relationship had always been very loving, friendly with … Continue reading