It’s hard for me to believe that 17-years (March 2004) have passed since my sojourn to Australia where I took my initial course in Metaphysics with Margaret and Maitreya.
We’ve just celebrated Thanksgiving in the U.S. and now we’re entering the holiday season of Christmas and a New Year.
It’s Virgo New Moon while I’m writing this. I’m in the middle of scrubbing my oven, decluttering my countertop and my daughter’s distance learning lessons.
Oh my gosh! So much has been happening lately! Not just in the world but in my life! My life has been changing exponentially over the past few years. In the beginning of my blogs
May was a super interesting, but very intense month – with Pluto already retrograding, Jupiter, Saturn and Venus joined the party...
Shortly after my last newsletter was published, I had an interesting“virtual” conversation with an individual that just couldn’t understand how anyone could not worry about Covid-19 and all of its repercussions.
Is it normal to BE in acceptance mode when you see whole world grieving? Is it normal to just be, breathe and let go (of overthinking, denial, joking, exploring theories etc.) in time of the greatest pandemic outbreak in 21st century?
It’s hard to believe that I’ll be an official Senior Citizen as I turn 65 this year. On the positive side, I like to think that the years have made me a little wiser...
I must say that it has been a very interesting month. Aside from the usual changing planetary aspects and another Mercury Retrograde (total disaster that day, but that is another story),
Hello, this is my first Blog (21st century essay!) for Maitreya.co. I’ve been invited to share my “inspiration, vision, insights and the experience of my life journey”, so here goes!
November in the U.S.A. has a national holiday known as Thanksgiving. For me it’s a time of reflection on my journey of life and all those that have touched me. We are often carried away by our emotions and don’t always realize the significant parts people play in our lives.
A Perspective on Seasons By Sree Pallavi Thota When I first came to the USA many years ago, it was in the middle of winter. It was such a contrast from India and quite a shock when I saw huge trees with no leaves or no flowers. Back in India, when I lived far [...]
Per aspera ad astra You can be unhappy anywhere. You don’t have to move across the ocean or across the country, you don’t have to leave your relationship or move from your home. The sad truth is that wherever you go, you carry Your Self with You. Your fears, hopes, expectations, delusions, mistakes…yes, they [...]
We often take what we call "Road Trips", where we jump in the car in the early morning and head off to some unvisited destination returning home under the cover of darkness.
In early February of this year, I started thinking about planning a spring vacation to Palm Springs. A friend of mine recently retired there, and I was keen to visit. I love the desert and wanted an escape from the rainy northwest. I have been to Palm Springs several times and resonate with its myriad of activities and charm.