Divine is the spirit so do not be sad when it leaves the body, rejoice because it is now part of the universe, a beautiful journey of the soul expanding into unknown horizons, where the sun meets the ocean, where dusk and dawn are one .ï »¿

My sadness knew no boundaries having lost my mother to cancer and my brother in a freak accident early in life yet I still see them and enjoy their energies when I allow myself to. Life is beautiful and precious and so is every living being on this earth. Why begrudge others happiness when you do not allow yourself the chance of fulfilling your dreams and desires?

How do I overcome the obstacles that I put in front of myself, the walls that I erect, the distance that I create with the ones I love? Being lost in loneliness I search for a path that brings me closer to the divine spirit. I immerse myself in the mantras and meditation yet I am still searching for more. I connect to the divine and I let go, persistence and perseverance where are you?

My work is my passion and is the road to divinity. Building the temple we cleared and created so many obstacles, so what is this path that I am on? Me, myself? I am not selfish yet I am all about myself. The closer I come to him the further he pushes me, the clearer my thoughts become. the physical being, the intellect, the mind and the heart are not one.

Sat Chit Ananda. You understand the concept yet can you align your subconscious with your conscious? The frivolities of life are essential and every second is precious. Take down your guard, believe in the goodness and let your spirit soar. Across the mountains, into pastures unknown and over the seven seas. Gratitude for your experiences and count your blessings. Rejoice in knowing that you can and will be and are one with the great spirit

Om Tat Sat, Mindful meditation is the path to structuring your mind so that it connects to your sub conscious.

Let us connect with Him and rejoice with the vibrations of the Bhagwat Gita – “The happiness which comes from long practiced meditation and stillness, which leads to the end of suffering, which at first is like poison, but at last like nectar – this kind of happiness arises from the serenity of one's own mind. ”