Shifting Gears

My two weeks in India have given me far more than I could have anticipated.

I had the greatest gift of two weeks with my dear sister Saraswati. I have been blessed to meet or get to know better the members of my soul family from Down Under (and I miss my Aussisms!!).

I have the great fortune of learning from a modern western Guru,  Shakti Durga and our journey has just begun. Learning to Let go and Let Guru proves Life’s Good. LG3.

Mahavatar Babaji was a spiritual bonus that was not anticipated. We give thanks to Shakti Durga’s energy which attracted him to our group.

My blessings are many and I am ready to bring back some spiritual practices to my life that will enhance how I do what I do on a daily basis. My daily spiritual practices will keep me grounded and the blessings I have received will allow me to move to places not even imaginable prior to this trip. I love India, the people and the spiritual sense upon which they move through their daily lives. In a country that is poor by western standards, they are spiritually wealthy. As a woman living in the western world that is financially secure by comparison, I encounter so many who are spiritually bankrupt and they don’t even know it.

It is my prayer for humanity that we all begin to awaken to what really matters in life and that the consciousness of our planet can begin to heal.

If you are wondering, I received the name of my second book years ago “Shifting gears”. It wasn’t until my journey to India that I became clear what the book is about. It has been written in my head and will make it’s way to the computer when the time is right.

Namaste

Prem Lakshmi

Writing my Prayer

Writing “Shifting Gears”

"A rose by any other name is still as sweet"

“A rose by any other name would still smell as sweet”

3 thoughts on “Shifting Gears

  1. I simply loved reading your blog and learning of your adventure. Having spent time in India and Bangladesh, I felt like I was transported back reading and seeing as you captured the wonders of the land and the incredible people. Thanks for sharing your story and thoughts, Len

  2. Thank you for sharing your wonderful experience with us all, I have never been to India but feel the need to experience the true spiritual essence of this country, I have really enjoyed the way you have brought your adventure to us all. Namaste Ananda Graha

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