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?
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.
I asked the Tarot for advice on how to manage anxiety during the Covid-19 season. The cards that showed up were completely on point.
It hasn’t been a fun start to 2020. Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the world has been shrouded in worry, fear and anxiety. Vulnerable bodies have succumbed to the new virus. Doctors are still scrambling to figure out the right treatment and scientists, a vaccine. Movement has almost ground to a halt on every continent.Continue reading “Covid-19: A Time of Choices”
I’ll be blunt about it. If I have to worry about where my next meal is going to come from, or whether I can afford my kids’ childcare fees for the rest of the year, cultivating contentment and peace of mind is going to be the last thing on my mind. [Warning: This is aContinue reading “Spirituality & Privilege”
The sudden passing of a former classmate has brought about some unexpected revelations.
Enrichment shouldn’t be for the sake of academic excellence. It should instead be a way of expanding perspectives and bringing richness to life.
A few days ago, The Straits Times published one of their more worthy articles of late. They profiled three everyday folk who made generous donations to causes close to their heart. This is a story we need so very much at this time. Why is this so? Anyone who’s ever lived in Singapore knows howContinue reading “Would you donate $80K to charity? This security guard did, on his 80th birthday”
My first-time visit to American psychic and life coach Lynda Woolf was nothing short of inspiring and empowering. I only wish we had more time to chat.