Recently, I was being shown how much I have given my powers away to others over the years, whether knowingly or unknowingly, especially in the work context. For many years, I took for granted that my job is meaningful as long as I focus on executing my assigned role dutifully. As a legal counsel, my … Continue reading My reflections on giving my powers away to others
Dear child, there are many disruptions abound this year, as humans adapt to a new way of doing things. Many of us are expected to revisit the existing work processes, and tasked to consider if improvements (even radical ones) can be made, to facilitate work mobility and higher productivity. Amidst the influx of work-related changes … Continue reading Masters, how do I sail through work changes with ease?
It is almost nearing the end of 2020. It feels as if 2020 swept by like a tsunami, bringing about massive upheavals & changes. Soon, it will be part of history, as do every passing year, day and moment. It is timely for me now to take stock of the main lessons that I learnt … Continue reading What have I learnt in 2020?
Dear child, begin by feeling into the depths of your heart: what is stopping you from loving the real, authentic you from within? What opinions, perspectives and judgements have you taken on from others, knowingly or unknowingly, which made you unable to love yourself fully? What do you not like about yourself and why so? … Continue reading Masters, how do we truly love ourselves from deep within?
Dearest children, we feel the suffering that you are enduring every day in your life. We feel your pain, your anguish and your calls & pleas for help. We are doing all our best to balance out the energies in the mass consciousness. Know that we are right here, supporting all of you, doing all … Continue reading Masters’ sharing on suffering
Last week, I attended a meditation class on "deluded pride", which set me thinking & reflecting till today. "Deluded pride" was defined as a deluded mental factor that observes our good qualities or possession, exaggerates them, and feels arrogant. It was described as one of the main delusions in mankind, alongside anger, desirous attachment, jealousy … Continue reading My reflections on deluded pride
Dear child, self-acceptance means to look inwards, come home & center into the divine being that already exists within each of you. When we come home to ourselves, we accept all parts of ourselves as they are, without imposing any judgement or expectation of what we should be. These include accepting our good & bad, … Continue reading Masters, what does self-acceptance mean to you?
Recently, I realised that I have suppressed much anger deeply within my system. The anger was a mix of unresolved anger from past lives, as well as accumulated anger in this lifetime. It was so deeply etched in my system, that I didn't realise until I reflected on each issue layer by layer. The shocking … Continue reading Reflections on my anger
Have you ever wondered what you will uncover from observing yourself deeply? That is, to record down all persons or situations that make you feel triggered, disturbed or affected? Recently, I attempted to do so, while trying to be as open & honest with myself as I can. After one week, I thought of sharing … Continue reading Reflections from observing myself
Dear child, inner work is essentially a journey towards self-discovery; to uncovering the infinite potential that already exists within each soul. As humans journey through lifetimes, we take on so much baggage from the world through people, context & situations around us. Through life experiences, sometimes we managed to resolve or internalise some issues, other … Continue reading Masters, what does inner work mean to you?