Apr 8, 2014

Spring Interpretation

I am tuned to both, my mind and my heart. What a beauty of life and creation is the never ending dialog between the two! Spring is blossoming here on the East coast, and as I admire and appreciate every second of the change.. I feel, that my heart is forever, ever since I stepped my foot on the different land faraway, so close, but so far for now..  There are no words to describe how I miss... West coast, California, Oregon... I dream about that side of the country every day. Many times a day. The bhakti community, the music, the culture, the nature, the spirit. How can I ever forget that place and settle elsewhere... I will live on the West coast, I know I will. I belong there ;) My heart is there. 
"Those who know how to dance will join half-way."  (c)
I will just do my dance. 
May all hearts always be filled with happiness and love. May all hearts be always filled with gratitude. 
I wish all beings happiness!

Mar 30, 2014

First Day of Navratri and New Moon Celebration ;)

I am filling myself with forgiveness, kindness, gratitude, acceptance, cultivating serving, and devotion. 
I am emptying myself of the feeling of guilt.
I am letting myself being receptive of new connections and inspiration. 
I am moving away from tamas and rajas, in any manifestation, inside and outside of me.
The space I am creating for Spring is for rebirth.
In my life there is no longer space for ignorance.
I am manifesting creativity and ways and environments and people with whom to SING!

Mar 20, 2014

Magical Pearls

Pearls Love

Pearls symbolize Feminine Wisdom, Purity, and Spiritual Transformation, Charity, Honesty, and Integrity, all the best within us. Pearls provide a clear vehicle for the advancing states of wisdom, as well as a clean channel for receipt of spiritual guidance. They lift your spirits and make you feel calm and beautiful, set your heart and mind in focus, meditation, and serenity.

The pearl is a lunar symbol, also representing water and woman.

These primary meanings are seen on a universal scale, throughout mythology. They are attributes of angelic perfection, which is only achieved by transmutation, and not freely given. Pearls are rare, pure and precious, flawless and white despite being dredged from the mud, coming from a clumsy shell. 
Pearls strung on a thread symbolize order, and pearl necklaces represent cosmic unity, a spiritual relationship between separate individuals or scattered elements.

  They remind us to walk with Dignity. Pearls not only provide a mirror in which to see ourselves, but give us insight into how we appear to others. The ragged, rough grain of sand, transformed over time slowly growing into a object of great value and beauty.   With it's humble beginnings, Pearls symbolize innocence and a pure heart, and help us get in touch with the simple honest things of life. 

Mar 1, 2014

Rose quatrz, pearls and moonstone love

I really am loving rose quartz and pearls lately, especially together! Both of these natural stones have cooling, soothing and calming strong female energy..for their properties are corresponsive to feminine qualities, especially pearls :) 
Here is why:

The fair and lovely Rose Quartz, with its gentle pink essence, is a stone of the heart, a Crystal of Unconditional Love. It carries a soft feminine energy of compassion and peace, tenderness and healing, nourishment and comfort. It speaks directly to the Heart Chakra, dissolving emotional wounds, fears and resentments, and circulates a Divine loving energy throughout the entire aura. Reawakening the heart to its own innate love, it provides a deep sense of personal fulfillment and contentment, allowing one the capacity to truly give and receive love from others. 

Modern science has not discovered anything magical about Pearls, but this does nothing to diminish their stature in people’s eyes. Pearls are said to give the wearer a sense of calmness and centeredness, and to promote faith, loyalty, truth and purity. They can especially enhance personal integrity. They have also been used in a number of cultures to help women connect with their “inner goddesses” and obtain the ultimate “feminine energy.”

Moonstone opens the heart to nurturing qualities as well as assisting in the acceptance of love. Always sacred in India, Moonstone was the stone of the gods and goddesses, of hope and spiritual purity through denial of the ego. It combats materialism and strengthens the faith of religious people in all cultures. It was also believed to be able to reunite loved ones who had parted in anger. 

Moonstone has long been known for its calming, soothing qualities on the emotional body. Its energy is balancing and healing, assisting in the mastery of emotions by bringing them under the control of Higher Will, rather than expressing or repressing them. It also helps identify emotional patterns that are stored in the subconscious, and serves as a guardian to contain explosive passions, and to stimulate confidence and composure.

I made this necklace of pearls, rose quartz beads and placed a moonstone in the center ;)


Multi-strand pearl necklace... soothing and pure 
Source (read on at www.crystalvaults.com)

Hands are awesome!

Being in touch with my body is a habit and practice, at the same time. I love to use my hands for settling my mind on tranquility, it is useful for me to come back to my inner self, and my two hands and always remembering about Jnana mudra are great for this...:)

Jnana mudra

This is a very simple, and at the same time it's a very important mudra. 

Jnana Mudra is said to be one of the most therapeutic mudras that a person can practice. Some of the health benefits of this gesture include alleviating nervous tension from the body, boosting memory, curing insomnia, developing creativity, enhancing spirituality, increasing mental peace, regulating the flow of air in the body, stabilizing the mind, helps to eliminate melancholy, sadness and worry. 

With the index finger touching the tip of the big finger the mudra is in active receiving position, with the tip of the index finger touching the first phalanx of the thumb and thumb exerts a slight pressure on the nail of the index the posture is active and giving.

Active receiving

Active giving