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Manifesting Your Destiny

Posted by Smita Kishore on

Many of us believe that we have little control over the life that's handed to us or that not all of us have the freedom to live the life we dream. The truth is that we attract the lives we lead through our thoughts and beliefs. Everything we're experiencing or have ever experienced has come to be due to our inner beliefs, whether knowingly or unknowingly. The challenge is learning how to match our awareness and intentions to help manifest the life we wish to see...
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Going Slowly

Posted by Smita Kishore on

Going slowly allows us to become more conscious, mindful and aware of our state of being, and therefore our state of doing. It allows us to process and respond, rather than to react. When we go slowly, we’re able to see things more clearly and fully experience life...
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Upekkha

Posted by Smita Kishore on

Upekkha is a Pali word that means to be equanimous, to have no craving or aversion knowing that all things will eventually pass, no matter how pleasant or unpleasant. Growing up, I always heard about equanimity, about having no desires or strong emotions, but not once did anyone show me how—yes, we all know that we shouldn't get angry or become annoyed, but how?! Vipassana showed me how...
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Love-Centered Living

Posted by Smita Kishore on

We are taught from a young age to process the world as we “see” it, as we perceive it to be, and therefore experience it to be. We are taught to process events as they happen in relation to us. But what if this is all wrong? What if this is not how we’re meant to process life at all? What if in any given situation the only thing we ever have to do is ask ourselves one simple question: “What would Love do?”
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7 Tips to Help You Meditate

Posted by Smita Kishore on

I began meditating when I was 15 years old so you think by now I’d be a pro at it?! Well, that’s not really how it works. Exercising our minds is like exercising our bodies: the more we do it the easier it gets, but if we miss a few days here and there, it’s like starting back at square one. The key to any meditation practice is... 
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