View Autism from Spiritual Perspective

I am really delighted that I shall be leading a 15-mins Brain Yoga session in a public community event called “Walk For Autism” next Saturday, 8th November from 7.30 am – 12.00pm at PathLight School. This event is organised by Youth Executive Committee from People Association Ang Mo Kio GRC (Group Representation Constituency) & Seng Kang SMC (Single Member Constituency). The aim of this event is to educate the public about autism and bring awareness about how we can support these children and their parents.

This year, I’ve started some work with children of special needs and from my experience, they have to be understood from the spiritual perspective so that we can really help them from the right context. Fundamentally, we are all spiritual beings having a human experience, we can only be understood from the space of Wholeness.

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Bring Authenticity to Yoga

About 2 weeks ago, I had the fortune of listening to a mind-blowing webinar by Paramahamsa Nithyananda on “Secrets of Yoga and Awakening the true teacher in you”. The truths revealed in this webinar completely shifted the way I approached Yoga and set the clarity in terms of what I need to do next.

Here is a part of the excerpts of the webinar which I would like to share with my readers:

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See Death as a Blessing

Two days ago, I received a shocking news that one of the devotees of my master had passed on from a sudden heart attack, a lady I remembered fondly for the last 5 years in my spiritual life. She and her husband attended a few Inner Awakening programs with me and she was such a sincere devotee with a bubbly personality and a thunderous laughter. I remembered she attended one of my Laughter Meditation workshops and her laughter created a wave of energetic resonance in the room!

At the wake last night, her husband shared with me that he was not able to accept this sudden death because she had been a life companion, a business partner, a caring mother of  his teenage son and his very source of emotional support. In fact, they were almost inseparable, such was their relationship. Naturally, he was taken aback by the loss, from the emotional pain of loss came the anger towards life for doing this to him. The process of grief will take some time before he is able to settle into the stark reality.

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