Monthly Archives: May 2015

Motto

Accept, let go, flow and continue to shine brightly. This is my motto in times of emotional turbulence. To go with the ride and surrender. It helps tremendously 🙂

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Wisdom from a 5-year-old

She said she wants another baby. Then quickly said “No, no, I don’t want, then I can’t sleep with Amma“. She said she likes me because I am very interesting, haha!

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If only

If Only Locating The Underlying Cause by Madisyn Taylor Once you’ve taken the time to inquire within, you can begin to make changes that address the deeper issue. Often, when we’re unhappy, we fall into the habit of thinking that, if … Continue reading

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Breaking free from karmic patterns

Resolving karma that causes our relationships to become complicated and painful. I realized that this is the past karma that has been passed on for generations and now it’s passed on to me. How do I heal from my past karma? … Continue reading

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Quote

“In an age of movement, nothing is more critical than stillness” ~Pico Iyer~

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Conversation with my 5-year-old

Me: When you grow up, you get married ok. Svadhi: No I don’t want to get married! Me: Why? Svadhi: Because I am scared. Me: Of what? Svadhi: Because doctor will cut to take the baby out. I am scared. Kids … Continue reading

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Svadhi

The bell rang. Someone at the gate. She was watching her favorite YouTube channel. Without me telling her, she got up immediately and went to the gate. I heard her take the keys and open the gate. She came in … Continue reading

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Cousins

Cousins just 5 months apart.

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Aashvi’s 1st year birthday

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Aashvi at 12 months

She’s growing up so fast.

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