You know you are in India when you see your Guru depicted in graffiti. Padma and I were delighted to see Sri Sakthi Amma graffiti in Thirumalaikodi.
It is a very positive and bright future on the horizon for these fantastic children. Through the grace of Sri Sakthi Amma and the Sri Narayani Vidyalaya School these children have an amazing opportunity to succeed and are having lots … Continue reading
Today Padma and I started our volunteer teaching at the Sri Narayani Vidyalaya School. This school is run by the Sripuram Ashram in Thirumalaikodi. It is a wonderful school with 85% of its students the first in their family to … Continue reading
“Simplicity in our lives will bring forth fulfilment and peace of mind” Sri Sakthi Amma…
My beautiful, kirtan singing friends, Edo and Jo, have launched a new website called A Sound Life. They have started a new international charity bringing the healing and creative power of music and yoga to those who need it most.
Edo and Jo are the most generous and kind hearted people I know. If you have time please visit their new website and see how wonderful they are and the giving work they do.
“Prestige or grandeur is not important at all; faith and devotion are of the utmost importance ” Sri Sakthi Narayani Amma
I have posted before about the wonderful Green Sakthi environmental programme that is occurring at the Sripuram Ashram I stay at each year in India. It is overseen by a gorgeous friend of mine Nathalie Latham.
This wonderful video shows Part 1 of the thoughtful “green” movement that is happening in India. For more information go to Green Sakthi.
This lovely song “Love Melts Fear” by my friend Edo Kahn showcases the beautiful Sripuram Ashram in India that I visit each year. Amma’s love has the power to melt all our fears.
“Sripuram has been created to communicate the universal Divine truths to mankind”…Sri Sakthi Amma
Yesterday afternoon I went to pick up my mail and was very excited to see my Guru had arrived by post. Well not exactly…but nearly as good. My newest issue of the magazine, Sri Sakthi Gnanadeepam, was waiting in my box.
Each year when I stay at the Sripuram Ashram in India I renew my magazine subscription. Then each month I receive this delightful magazine packed with photos, quotes, news and discourses by Amma. It fills me with happiness each time one arrives. It is as if I have returned to the ashram without even leaving home.
These spiritual magazines are a great way to catch up on what is happening at the ashram while you are not there. They are a fantastic tool to refocus you on your spiritual path. Most importantly they remind me of my goal to be of service to others.
Another spiritual magazine I subscribe to is Yoga. This wonderful magazine is all about Satyananda and comes from the Bihar School of Yoga in Munger, India. It gives some lovely insights into living a more genuine yogic life.