As if 2020 couldn’t get more nutters, it’s time for Mercury in Retrograde once again! Get ready to tackle the week ahead with this collective Tarot reading.
It’s weird how I’ve been reading Tarot cards for years, but never felt the urge to do a collective reading before. Now seems like the right time however, what with all the crazy that’s going on in the world. What I should create: Six of Cups This card is all about joy and innocence andContinue reading “Your Weekly Forecast: 5 to 11 Oct, 2020”
Doing deep healing can be a very lonesome affair that not many people understand. But you can only go at it on your own to get it right.
That there is a difference between pain and suffering is perhaps what many of us fail to instinctively see when confronted with the mortality of a loved one. How can we better support them during their last days?
Just because I’m armed with Reiki, yoga breathing techniques and all these new age tools doesn’t mean every day is bright and shiny. Here are some of the ways I cope when certain days get too much.
In order to achieve your fullest potential or to be enlightened, you have to confront your darkest shadows. This was how my dark night played out.
Proceed with caution. It is possible to get into a downward spiral of negativity, depression and even self-harm if you dabble in spiritual practices without first having a certain level of emotional maturity and the right mentors.
Many a time, I hear friends go, “My stress levels are through the roof! It’s time to go for yoga and meditate!” I smile and offer some words of support. Of course yoga and meditation are great things to practise. But to truly feel better over the long run, there’s loads – LOADS – of inner work to do.
For childless folks who are bemoaning the loss of freedom during lockdown (aka the Circuit Breaker in Singapore), allow me to gently break the truth to you. Your misery is nothing compared to being confined in an apartment for two whole months with a couple of active preschool boys. Nothing. Nada. Zilch.
Being in a lockdown is tough. The challenge gets multiplied when you are confined in a 108sqm apartment with two crazily energetic preschoolers while having to manage deadlines and chores. Here are the things that have made the stay-home order less painful.