While our courageous little fighter, 8-year-old Harmony Mosier, is once again in Phoenix Children's Hospital she continues her second-grade learning with visits from her teacher. But an unusual classroom re-convened again the other night when I visited her to give some healing Reiki energy.
I asked Harmony what grade she was in and the answer came “nearly third grade.” She started to show off her ability with the multiplication table, starting with 2s. “2 times 2 is 4, 3 times 2 is 6, 4 times 2 is 8” and so on all the way to 10 times 2.
2/26/17 (Sunday) 11 am - 12:30 pm: Sangeet's Yoga Class at Anahata Yoga Studio 3/7/17 (Tuesday) 7 pm - 8:30 pm: Double Gong Meditation with Sangeet and Hari Nam 3/12/17 (Sunday) 11 am - 12:30 pm: Sangeet's Yoga Class at Anahata Yoga Studio 3/12/17 (Sunday) 6 pm - 8 pm: Full Moon Meditation For The Whole Family 3/17/17 (Friday) 6 pm - 9 pm: Journey To Brahm Prakash 2-1/2 Hour Meditatiom 3/18 & 19/17 (Saturday & Sunday): Kundalini Teacher Training -Level1 -Sangeet Teaches These Days 3/26/17 (Sunday) 11 am - 12:30 pm: Sangeet's Yoga Class at Anahata Yoga Studio
[Today's article was written by my husband, Hari Nam Singh. He presents an interesting perspective on photography and art that I thought you would enjoy! --Sangeet]
On August 26, 2016, while hiking a ridge at over 12,000’ in Colorado’s Rocky Mountain National Park I discovered this spot where everything was perfect.
The beautiful brown grasses spread out across the high plateau that yields to rocks and boulders, the cliff that drops off down into forever, the snowy mountains way beyond that seem to stretch up and blend into the stormy clouds overhead.
Yogi Bhajan often told us, “Sometimes you have to forgive God.”
Sounds great but not easy to do.
Whether the cause for disappointment or depression is a national election or a personal loss, following this advice is the most practical thing to do. Because it is so difficult to forgive people, you have to take your case to a higher level.
Let me share a personal story with you that happened recently to me.
It's Tuesday January 31st and it's class-time in Room 7126, Phoenix Children’s' Hospital. It's an unusual setting for school but sweet Miss Harmony Mosier, in the hospital all last week for more chemo treatments, enjoyed a visit by her teacher and learned about fish.
She even wrote a shortie about fish – fins, skeleton and all – and shared it with me.