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“IF YOU DON’T CHANGE YOUR MIND,
YOU CANNOT CHANGE YOUR WORLD”

I used to bless my food but I don’t anymore. I now know that I would only be blessing myself. Instead, I offer my food to God in this way; I start the meal in silence and offer the first mouthful of food to God, I offer the second mouthful to myself as God, and I offer the third mouthful to all of the people in the world that are hungry. If you do this, you will change your consciousness around food. Read more »
Modern Applications of Ancient Wisdom – The Bhagavad Gita We know that these teachings have stood the test of time and truth and give us the blueprint, or the indicators of how we live under unconscious guidance, and how whatever is unconscious has to be made conscious; otherwise you’re not aware of your awareness. So how do you make the unconscious, conscious? Read more »
But how do you define your excellence? Is it achieving the highest position in the company or scoring top grades on a test? For me it’s simply the ability to get into the bed every night and say I did my best. It’s about the way you see yourself in your own mind and knowing you already have excellence, you've probably just misplaced it. Read more »
In each of our lives we share joy, sorrow, achievements, disappointments, moments of enlightenment and confusion as well as every other type of ebb and flow that life has to offer...this is the way life is meant to be.  Whether grief and loss are personal, or has affected someone you know, or the world on a global scale, compassion and service become positive life affirming tools that bring ease, healing and transformation following shock and trauma. Read more »
The Bhagavad Gita was written by sages who broke through the maya of illusion and wrote a guidebook for us on how to live a God-Realized life. It is called the devotees song of love to God. Many consider this the Hindu bible which is a misnomer actually because if you read the Upanishads, which the Bhagavad Gita comes from, you will find a section that translated means "Sermon on the Mount". So many spiritual teachings can be traced back to this book. Read more »
On the top of the Rising Star symbol, the star represents the Crown Chakra. The heart shape represents the Heart Chakra. The bottom, center of the triangle is the Root Chakra. So, within the symbol, you have your seven chakras. Now, right from the bottom of the star there are five strokes coming out. Then on each side you have three strokes coming out of the star. What is five and three? Eight. And what is eight and three? Eleven. Read more »
Ancient Indian philosophy talks about Five Principles Of Spirituality. When we spend time contemplating each principle and applying it to a question or situation we are faced with, the power of these beautiful teachings starts to unfold. Read more »
This year during the Ireland Workshop, I had the joy and privilege of welcoming a third symbol to the world – ‘Aum Sri Premapranahuti’. This symbol represents a way of living, a conscious reminder that we are God beings. Like any symbol, it represents a reminder to transmit love to all, to serve all, and... Read more »
IT IS UP TO US TO BE THE CHANGE This is the time in humanity’s history when everything is breaking down, and it’s breaking down because it wasn’t built on a solid foundation.  You see, for anything to stay standing it has to be built on the five values; love, truth, peace, non-violence and right... Read more »
As Valentine’s Day approaches, we’re given the opportunity to think about what role love plays in our lives, and in our world. There are certainly times when love seems like a challenge between partners, amongst family members, or on the global front. It’s important to remember that love is a force stronger than any strife... Read more »

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