Set a Goal to be Limitless

The three keys to living without limits have always been the same. They are clarity, competence, and concentration. Goal setting will help you live without limits. Learning how to set goals is an art. Learn why setting goals is a necessity. Here are 7 Must-have conditions to set goals.

1. State your goal in positive terms.

People often set a goal in terms of what they do not want! “I don’t want to smoke, to be angry…” It is “what I want to do or want to be.” From above example it could be “I want to be a smoke-free.” See the difference? Hear the nuance? Are you ready to state positively every goal you want to achieve?

2. Your goal must be self-initiated

Make sure the goal can be self-initiated and maintained. The goal does not depend on the attitude of your neighbor, on the behavior of your family or friends. The success of your goal must depend on you, and you alone.

3. Your goal must be sensory specific

Here comes the importance of clarity. The clearer the picture, the more compelling and the more attractive it is, the greater the drive to reach your final destination. Act as if the goal is already achieved. Make a very clear image, in rich details, and you will be so enthusiastic that you will automatically attract the solution.

4. State the context of the goal.

“Where and when will my goal be achieved?” The answer can be obvious for some goals but not at all for others. Try to be as specific as possible.

5. Run a Quality Control check on the goal to ensure balance in all areas of your home/work life.

Above all, you do not want to lose your balance. When you run this ‘Quality Control Check”, you play a win-win strategy. Everything is one system and the whole system must win. You will find peace of mind in knowing that you are in harmony with the system. Step back and look at all areas of your life. Is your goal worth it?

6. State the resources needed to achieve the goal: what is the price to pay?

There is always a price to pay, for everything. There is always some kind of sacrifice to make when you set a worthy goal. In this step, you will define all that you will need, in terms of time, money and energy.

7. State the value and the consistency of the goal.

Why do I want to reach this goal? Why is it important to me? Is this goal in harmony with my vision, beliefs, and values? Answer these questions. If you do not seem to be satisfied with the answers, maybe you should change your goal. Set a new goal until you feel it is in harmony with your passion, vision, or mission.

When you properly set a goal with this model, two important things occur. First, you are in total harmony with your vision, belief, and value systems because your entire “You” agrees and offers no resistance. Second, you are programmed to succeed. Indeed, your very (whole) neurology and physiology are both instructed to drive you towards obtaining your desired goal. You are totally focused.

Again, the three keys to living without limits have always been the same. They are clarity, competence, and concentration. When you set crystal clear goals, and you respect the 7 must-have conditions, you can literally live without limits, will you?

Radio Talk

Taresh has given radio talk on 8/28/2020 on Business Talk Radio1. If you have missed it, hear again to get new information

Simple Steps to Wellness

We are so busy racing through our day to day lives that we do not take the time to look after ourselves. It is really no wonder that so many of us are tired and run down. Here are some simple things that we can do to improve our quality of life.

In the fast-paced world that we live in it can be easy to neglect our health and wellness. We are so busy racing through our day to day lives – family, friends, work, social engagements – that we don’t take the time to look after ourselves. What are some simple things that we can do to improve our quality of life?

You have heard it a million times and you will probably hear it a million more – drink more water!

Think about it: The human body is 72% water. A 5% drop in fluids creates a 25-30% loss in energy. A 15% drop in fluids causes death! At this point in time 66% of us are not drinking enough water, so over half the population isn’t running on all six cylinders to begin with – before things like bad air, bad food and stress take their toll.

It is not really a difficult thing to remedy. Just drink one glass of water every half hour or so – or 10-12 glasses of water per day – and you will notice a huge jump in your energy levels.

A little-known fact is that heating food above 116°F destroys much of the nutrient content. Considering that we already are not eating enough veggies, that is a substantial problem. Nutritionists recommend five servings of fresh vegetables per day. How many of us are following that advice?

A great way to get the nutrients found in fresh veggies without spending all day at stove or eating raw celery sticks is to juice your veggies. Make sure that you own a good juicer (some juicers expose vegetables to heat created by friction during juicing, which breaks down important enzymes), grab some fresh vegetables and drink your way to good health. It takes a fraction of the time (there is no cooking involved, for one thing) and it is convenient. You can take your juice to work and even give some to the littlies for school lunches!

Wheatgrass in particular is an excellent source of nutrition. It is high in chlorophyll (sometimes described as ‘plant blood’ because it closely resembles human red blood cell molecules) and has over 100 elements that the body needs. Fresh grains are another excellent source for vitamins and minerals.

Exercise is another dirty word for most of us. The thing is exercise does not have to be horribly time consuming or mind-numbingly boring. There are plenty of options

Years ago, gyms usually offered weight rooms, aerobics classes and maybe yoga. Now you can add water aerobics, yoga, pilates, dance-exercise, step classes and a whole range of new workout options.

If you do not really have the time or money for the gym or prefer to spend your mornings/nights at home, then try an exercise bike or walker. You may set it up in front of the television and peddle away merrily during your favorite shows.

If you suffer from illness or injury or your level of fitness is quite low, you might like to consider some invaluable advice that I got from my doctor:

Once you are physically unfit, and particularly if you are also unwell, it can be a mammoth battle to just do the most minimal amount of exercise in a day. The danger is that inactivity leads to further loss of energy, which becomes a self-perpetuating cycle until you can barely get off the couch.

An excellent way to get back into a physical routine is to start slowly. Ridiculously slowly, it may seem. For the first couple of weeks, walk/ride for 5 minutes per day – exactly 5 minutes, no more, even if you think you could continue. When the 2 weeks are up, increase to 7 minutes, then 10 minutes, 12 minutes… continue to gradually increase your activity until you are at a level that you are comfortable with.

It may sound a little silly, but it works. In effect, you trick your body into producing more energy. You are building your exercise time up so slowly that your body does not really realize what is happening. Follow this method and, before you know it, you will be comfortably exercising within your limits every day.

So, folks, that is the basics. If you can rearrange your life a little to allow for better eating habits and a little exercise, and if you remember to just drink a glass of water every half hour or so, you’ll be well on the way to living a healthy life. On a final note, do not forget to take some quiet time for yourself. Meditating is an excellent way to minimize stress. You don’t have to sit around for hours, just give yourself 5 minutes of quiet time every day – even in the shower, if that’s the only place where you can get time out – and have a little catch up with yourself.

And, last but by no means least, laugh! In fact, laugh like a loon – the louder the better! You will be amazed at how much such a simple thing can lift your spirits!


An essential oil is a concentrated hydrophobic liquid containing volatile (defined as “the tendency of a substance to vaporize”) aroma compounds from plants. Essential oils are also known as volatile oils, ethereal oils, aetherolea, or simply as the oil of the plant from which they were extracted, such as oil of clove. An oil is “essential” in the sense that it contains the “essence of” the plant’s fragrance—the characteristic fragrance of the plant from which it is derived. The term essential used here does not mean indispensable as with the terms essential amino acid or essential fatty acid which are so called since they are nutritionally required by a given living organism. In contrast to fatty oils, essential oils evaporate completely without leaving a stain (residue) when dabbed onto filter paper.

Essential oils are generally extracted by distillation, often by using steam. Other processes include expression, solvent extraction, sfumatura, absolute oil extraction, resin tapping, wax embedding, and cold pressing. They are used in perfumes, cosmetics, soaps and other products, for flavoring food and drink, and for adding scents to incense and household cleaning products.

Essential oils have been used for thousands of years in various cultures for medicinal and health purposes. Because of their antidepressant, stimulating, detoxifying, antibacterial, antiviral and calming properties, essential oils are recently gaining popularity as a natural, safe and cost-effective therapy for a number of health concerns.

Aromatherapy is the practice of using the natural oils or essential oils extracted from flowers, bark, stems, leaves, roots or other parts of a plant to enhance psychological and physical well-being; to balance, harmonize and promote the health of body, mind and spirit

Essential oils consist of tiny aromatic molecules that are readily absorbed via the skin, and whilst breathing they enter the lungs. These therapeutic particles next enter the bloodstream and are carried around the body where they can deliver their beneficial healing powers and are said to promote whole-body healing

Aromatherapy is the inhalation and topical application of essential oils (or the pure essence from plants). As a form of alternative medicine, it is said to enhance physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being.

When a person inhales an essential oil that scent is carried by olfactory nerve cells in the nose to the olfactory system which then sends the aroma to the brain, namely the limbic system, the house of emotions and emotional behavior such as intimacy, passion and sex.

For the topical application, in general, if you’re going to use essential oils on your skin it is best to first dilute them in a carrier. Remember, there is a great deal of vitality in every drop of essential oil, so you may need fewer drops than you think to get excellent results. These oils are very concentrated, and some essential oils can irritate the skin when used undiluted.

Essential oils are usually diluted  in organic oil, light lotion, or cream. These are collectively referred to as carriers. There are occasions where undiluted essential oils are appropriate and desirable, such as a drop of Lavender on a bee sting to stop the pain and swelling. However, for general use, it is best to always dilute the essential oil in an oil-based carrier.

Mix essential oils with other organic oils that are nourishing for your skin, like jojoba, coconut oils, Sunflower oil, almond oil. The essential oils will stick with the fats in these carrier oils, and take their time being absorbed by the fat in your skin, thus avoiding skin irritation.

Generally, effective blends are made using a dilution ratio of 1%, 2%, or 3% of essential oil to the carrier.

Full Moon Meditation

We are doing powerful full moon meditation on coming full moon day to harness free flowing energy to bless, to heal and energize the whole Earth and bless every person every being for health happiness and prosperity; and also to bless our goal, resolution, projects for success. 
You, your family and friends are invited to free full moon meditation, on September 24th 2018 Monday at 7:30 pm. We will focus on Inner Peace in this meditation. 
We have limited space so if you wish

to attend the meditation please sign up now. 
If you wish, you may bring with you on a piece of paper your goals, {dhyeya}, resolution {sankalpa}, or whatever you would like to achieve in your life.
With Warm Regards
Meena and Taresh Bhattji
Meditation will be held at 2863 Williams Place Snellville, GA 30078

TO RSVP(Sign -Up) — CALL – 678-390-3279


There is a non physical ever-present energy that gives life to every living organism. For many thousands of years we have known of this energy and have sought to develop ways to harness its power to heal and influence our lives. The Japanese call this energy Ki. It is also known as Chi by the Chinese, Prana by a number of Asian cultures and the Holy Spirit or Holy Ghost by most of the western world. We carry this energy in and around our bodies from the moment we are conceived. Science has established its existence, and with the aid of Kirlian photography we are able to see this energy that encompasses all living things. Ancient Eastern cultures have harnessed and applied this energy for healing since before the birth of Jesus Christ.

Many successful disciplines such as Reiki, Tai Chi, Feng Shui, Meditation, Yoga and Acupuncture have been developed to control and greatly enhance the flow of this energy in and around the body. The energy itself is pure and has omniscient wisdom.

 Reiki is a form of hands on healing, with its origins in India and the East dating back many thousands of years to the time before Christ and Buddha. The original name, disciplines and techniques of Reiki were lost due to the traditional method of passing knowledge from generation to generation by word of mouth. Exactly when this ancient art of healing disappeared is difficult to determine. However, we do know that it was rediscovered by a Japanese Scholars and monk. Reiki is Japanese word. Word Reiki (Japanese pronunciation is RYE-KEY, it has been westernized to RAY-KEY) has two words; Rei means Universal and Ki means life energy or life force energy. Many cultures understand and recognize the importance of Ki energy and how it impacts our lives and well-being. Thus Reiki means universal life energy or universal life force energy. Reiki is based on the philosophy that there is universal life energy that supports the body’s inherent self healing abilities. Reiki is a system of energy healing introduced to the Western world by a Japanese Tendai Buddhist named Dr. Mikao Usui in the early 1900s. The US National Institute of Health has recently acknowledged and categorized Reiki as a “Biofield Medicine”. Reiki is a form of therapy (energy healing modality) that uses simple hands-on, no-touch, and/or visualization techniques, with the goal of improving the flow of life energy in a recipient.

Reiki is holistic; it works on the body, mind and spirit by stimulating a person’s own natural healing abilities.

There are seven main energy centres in the body that control the flow of the universal life force. They are called the Chakras. Each chakra is responsible for supplying energy to specific parts of the body. When they are blocked or clogged the body becomes sick and the flow of energy is diluted.

A full Reiki treatment reopens the chakras and re-balances the flow of the universal life force around the body. A person will normally need four full treatments on four consecutive days to boost the flow of Reiki energy. This will stimulate the body’s immune system and natural healing abilities. Normally the body will begin by cleansing itself of toxins. As the toxins are removed, the body becomes re-balanced and the healing process can begin.

Anyone can practice Reiki, as it requires no special skills, nor does it interfere with religious doctrines. Reiki training is simple, affordable, and can be acquired in a brief period of time. Once an individual is “attuned” to Reiki, the ability to channel healing energy is available for life. Reiki instruction and attunement can be obtained in person or by distance, and both options are equally effective. Those wanting to receive Reiki instruction can choose individual (one-on-one) training, group/class training, or remote/distance training. Each Reiki Master chooses the teaching method that best resonates with her or his own personality, and likewise, each person seeking Reiki instruction is free to choose the instruction format and Reiki Master that resonates best with him or her personally.

Whether you choose to acquire Reiki in order to give healing treatments to yourself, family, and pets, or you want to incorporate Reiki into a health or wellness practice, Reiki offers each of us an opportunity to connect with our own innate ability to improve the quality of our lives.

Healing Crises

You might have heard word healing crises. Healing crises may be explained as follow.

Most of the time, a Reiki session will result in the recipient feeling uplifted and at peace.  This is not always the case, however, as a Reiki session can also bring on a healing crisis.  A healing crisis occurs when a person experiences a release or shift in the body that releases stored toxins into the body.  These toxins, which have been held in the body, then enter the blood stream where they filter through the liver and kidneys before being expelled from the body. When this happens, people may feel weak or jittery, or they may experience a headache or upset stomach.  The symptoms are usually similar to those that people experiences when doing a full-system cleanse.  When this happens, it is important that the person takes good care of himself/herself, drinks plenty of water to stay hydrated, eats light healthy meals, and gets enough rest.  This is the body’s way of cleansing itself, and it is a good sign that the body’s healing process has been engaged.

As powerful as they are, Reiki and other types of energy healing do not produce instantaneous results. Healing is a process that is comprised of all the changes taking place in your body as it works to reach a state of wellness. These changes, despite their progression toward healing, can often surface as symptoms that indicate the changes are counterproductive. In other words, it may appear that you are getting sicker or that your condition is worsening, when in fact your body is working through all the energetic disruptions in order to heal.  As soon as the healing process begins to take effect, your body will start working at a higher level of efficiency. This essentially means that the body is removing the bad to make room for the good. The liver, kidneys, bowels, and even your muscles and skin are working to eliminate toxins that have been stored in your bloodstream. As your body detoxifies, symptoms often emerge in the form of a runny nose, upset stomach, headache, fatigue, and other manifestations of what seems like illness on the surface. But look at it like this: when you haven’t used certain muscles for a while they will ache after exercise. This rule applies to other body parts and organs as well. As they adjust to a healthier mode of operation, they experience what energy healers refer to as the “healing crisis” – a crucial part of recovery that indicates that you are in fact healing. Here are some words to live by: Be patient and don’t panic. Even though certain aspects of your physical or mental state may seem to be in crisis, you must know that once the toxins, blockages, and harmful energies have been released, you will feel better. Energy healing prompts the body to follow its natural course of healing, and any discomforts that may emerge in the process are simply part of that course. After a Reiki session, or during the course of several sessions, you may feel that your condition has deteriorated rather than improved. Take solace in the notion that “this too shall pass” and remember that while your body is releasing toxins, it’s important to drink plenty of water, replenish lost nutrients, get lots of rest, and be patient.


“There are two ways of spreading light; to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it.” -Edith Wharton

Yoga for Allergy

As March comes brings spring, warmth, flowers and many more things including pollen. Following is about 20 minutes yoga workout for better health and allergy free spring.

  1. Yoga Stomach Grind:
  2. Guided Instructions for Yoga Stomach Grind:
  • Sit up with your legs crossed.
  • Hold onto your on your knees.
  • Grind your stomach in a big circle counter clockwise for half the time of the exercise. Visualize drawing a big circle with your naval.
  • Switch after half the time and grind your stomach clockwise.
  1. Duration for Yoga Stomach Grind: 2 minutes
  2. Benefits of Yoga Stomach Grind:
  • Excellent yoga exercise for your digestive system as it gives all your important digestive organs a massage, forcing out toxins and waste into the elimination systems of the body.
  • Works on the ileocecal valve insuring the proper direction for the flow of nutrients and waste.
  • Warms up and loosens the lumbar area of the back.
  1. Practice Tips for Yoga Stomach Grind:

Make sure you are not just leaning forward and back from the waist. You have to arch your lower back forward and back as you make the circle.

 Spine Flex Yoga Exercise: (also called Yoga Camel Ride)

  1. Guided Instructions for Spine Flex Yoga Exercise:
  • Sit up on your heels and rest your hands on your knees (rock pose).
  • Inhale and arch your back forward pushing your sternum out. Exhale and bring your sternum in, arching your back out.
  • Continue at a comfortable pace and rhythm.
  1. Duration for Spine Flex Yoga Exercise: 2 minutes
  2. Benefits of Spine Flex Yoga Exercise:
  • Stretches the middle back and spine.
  • Opens up the solar plexus promoting better flow of energy between the lower and higher centers of the body.
  • Improved emotional balance.
  1. Practice Tips for Spine Flex Yoga Exercise:

If you have hard time sitting on your heels you can place a small cushion under your feet/ankles for added comfort.

  1. Cat-Cow Yoga Exercise:
  2. Guided Instructions for Cat-Cow Yoga Exercise:
  • Come onto your hands and knees, placing your hands shoulder width apart and knees hip distance apart.

–Inhale as you arch your back by pushing your stomach down and bringing your head up. Open your eyes and look upward. This is cow pose.

  • Now, while exhaling, arch your back up by pushing your stomach up and bringing your head down (like a cat).
  • Continue at a comfortable pace and rhythm going between the 2 poses.
  1. Duration for Cat-Cow Yoga Exercise: 2 minutes.
  2. Benefits of Cat-Cow Yoga Exercise:
  • Works on stretching your entire spine and strengthens all the nerve junctions that lie along the spinal cord.
  • Give your entire system a glandular tune-up.
  • Improves your eyesight and works on the optical nerve.
  1. Practice Tips for Cat-Cow Yoga Exercise:

Make sure, you are not rocking back and forth; just your spine (and head) are moving.

  1. Yoga Twist:
  2. Guided Instructions for Yoga Twist:
  • Sit up with your legs crossed.
  • Hold your shoulders with your fingers in front and thumb in back.

Your elbows should be parallel to the ground and at shoulder level.

— Inhale as you twist to the left; exhale as you twist to the right. Your head moves with your torso.

  1. Duration for Yoga Twist: 2 minutes.
  2. Benefits of Yoga Twist:
  • Promotes flexibility in the entire back.
  • Massages the inner organs.
  1. Practice Tips for Yoga twist:

The motion should be continuous and keep the pace at a level you are comfortable with. Slow down if you start to feel dizzy.

  1. Yoga Neck Rolls:
  2. Guided Instructions for Yoga Neck Rolls:
  • Sit up with your legs crossed.
  • Open your mouth as if in a half yawn.
  • Roll your neck in a big circle going in one direction for half the time and then switch directions for the rest of the time.
  1. Duration for Yoga Neck Rolls: 2 minutes.
  2. Benefits of Yoga Neck Rolls:
  • Releases tension in the neck and shoulders.
  • Promotes better blood flow to the brain and higher centers.
  1. Practice Tips for Yoga Neck Rolls:
  • Spend additional time working on areas, which feel particularly tight or knotted.

Take rest for 3 minutes and after that start with following.

 Yoga Boat Pose

  1. Instructions for Yoga Boat Pose for Rock Solid Abs:
  • Lie flat on your back.
  • Have your arms straight out to the sides with your palms facing in. Keep your legs together and straight out as well with your toes pointing forward.
  • Now bring your legs and torso up such that you are balancing on your sacrum. Keep your eyes focused on your toes; this will help you keep your balance. You are forming a V shape, with your legs and torso.

 Breath: you may do with normal breathing or may inhale and hold breath during the pose and exhale as you release the pose.

  1. Duration for Yoga Boat Pose:
  • 30 seconds – May go up to 11 minutes.
  • Take a break for 1 minute and then come into the pose again once you are ready. Do 3 reps (3 times), with breaks in between.

Benefits of Yoga Boat Pose:

  • Builds your Navel Center and firms and tones your abdominal muscles.
  • Activates and balances the Manipura Chakra.
  • Develops core energy and vitality.
  • Develops focus and balance.
  1. Practice Tips for Yoga Boat Pose:
  • To modify the exercise hold on to your knees or thighs. This is a good way for beginners to start.
  • Keeping a steady gaze upon your toes will go a long way in helping you keep your balance.

Cobra Push-ups for Upper Body Fitness 

Cobra Push-Ups:

  1. Instructions for practicing Cobra Push Ups:

You are lying flat on your stomach with your hands near your shoulders.

  • Now come up into cobra pose and inhale deeply as you do so that is raise your upper body and torso up off the ground. The upper thighs should remain on the floor. You back should arch up.
  • Turn your head and look, upwards. Stretching your neck.
  • Next exhale as you bring yourself up into Plank Pose that is raise your body with the help of hands and toe. For plank pose be sure to keep your body in a straight line; don’t allow the butt to sag and the hands should be directly underneath the shoulders.
  • Then lower yourself back down to initial position inhale as you go down. Finally, exhale in this down position and then repeat by coming back into Cobra pose and inhaling deeply.
  • Duration for Cobra Push-ups:
  • 15 seconds – 7 minutes. Do 30 seconds, then take a break in the down position, and then start again and do 30 seconds more. Keep up this pattern; and do 5 reps.
  • Benefits of Cobra Push-ups:
  • Excellent yoga exercise for upper body fitness. Good for chest, arms and shoulders.
  • Good for training your back and abdominal muscles as well.
  • Good for your digestive system and nervous system.

Pranayama – Breathing exercise:

Kapalbhati Yoga Pranayama (Kapal Bhati Breathing Exercise):

To practice this breathing exercise sit up in a comfortable position, cross-legged is best.

  • Elongate your spine upwards, lengthen your neck and subtly bring your chin back and in like a soldier at attention. This will align the spine with the back of your head.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Have your hands in Gyan Mudra. In Gyan Mudra have your thumb tips and index finger meeting, with the wrists resting gently on the knees and the palms turned slightly upwards. Or you may keep your palm open facing upward resting on your thigh.
  • Relax your stomach muscles.
  • Now expel the air as forcefully as you are comfortable with through the nose. This should cause the abdominal muscles to contract sharply and should draw the abdomen inwards towards the spine (like when you suck in your stomach). Then allow the inhalation to occur completely passively without any additional effort. To repeat, the exhalation is done using conscious sharp force, while the inhalation is just a recoil action bringing the air back into the lungs. All the breathing takes place through the nose. Right after the passive inhalation, exhale again forcefully and continue at a steady rhythm.
  • Do a round of 10 repetitions.
  • Work your way up to doing 3 rounds, while taking a break between each round.

 Anuloma Viloma – alternate nostril breathing.

 To practice this breathing exercise sits up in a comfortable position. Preferably in a variation of sukh asana (cross legged).

  • Elongate your spine upwards, lengthen your neck and subtly bring your chin back and in like a soldier at attention. This will align the spine with the back of your head.
  • Fold your index finger and middle finger into the palm of your right hand so just the thumb, ring finger and pinkie are extended. Hold your knee with your left hand.
  • Close your eyes.
  • Bring your attention to your breathing and take 5 deep, slow breaths though the nose. This will oxygenate your blood and relax you. For the rest of the exercise the attention should remain on your breath.
  • Now with your right thumb gently close the right nostril and breathe in slowly and completely through the left nostril only counting mentally from 1 to 4 or 6.
  • Now gently close the left nostril with your right ring finger and pinkie and releasing the right nostril breathe out through it only, counting mentally from 1 to 4 or 6.
  • Now breathe in through the right nostril only, keeping the left closed, counting mentally from 1 to 4 or 6.

Finally, re-close the right nostril and breathe out through the left only, counting mentally from 1 to 4 or 6. This completes 1 cycle of Anuloma Viloma Pranayama.

  • Start with 5 rounds a day and start to add 1 additional round as you make progress. Also, start to add to the count, based on your level of comfort, by 1 for both the inhalation portion and exhalation portion till you reach a count of 12 for each phase.

Fitness Yoga Section 4: Rejuvenation and Assimilation

  • Corpse Pose:

Once you have completed the Yoga Set for Full Body Fitness and breathing exercise make sure you relax on your back in corpse pose. For corpse pose just lie comfortably on your back and have your hands out to the sides or on your chest. Just let go during this time and let the Universe take care of you. Have no worries, anxieties or goals, and simply surrender to Infinity.

  • Duration: 5 minutes.
  • Breath: Relaxed


Where is am I


After long time I am here with you. I was am trying to find answer; As you all know we all are very unique individual and thus may not and cannot have same experience and more particularly on spiritual path, but others experience may give us some light to stay on the path. I was trying to find answer about few questions like what way is for me, am I on right path, is bhakti yoga gyan yoga or karma yoga which one appropriate or what combination of paths; or to realize only who am I? Still trying but now I have some clarity about few initial steps and that will lead me to the goal. Thus I will b with you irregularly regular with something to know from all of you.

Let us start with 

“Sarve Bhavantu Sukhinah,
Sarve Santu Niramaya
Sarve Bhadrani Pashyantu,
Maa Kaschith Dukhabhag Bhavet

Om Shaantih Shaantih Shaantih ||”

“May all be happy.
May all be healthy.
May all see auspiciousness.
May none suffer from sorrows.

Om Peace, Peace, Peace.”

Let every person every being without any exception be blessed with joy happiness, health, faith, love and loving kindness.

Free Prosperity-Full Moon Meditation

Invigorate Life, LLC invites you, your family, friends and all for very special Free Prosperity Meditation on 02/14/2014 Friday at 7:00 PM.We are doing a powerful Prosperity meditation for stress free prosperous and abundant 2014. We will be doing special chakra cleansing to remove energy blocks for abundance and prosperity in 2014.
14th February is powerful full moon day and along with meditation we aim at focusing this energy to heal and energize the whole Earth and bless our loved ones and personal projects for better 2014.
If you wish you may bring your goal, aim, resolution or what you want to achieve on piece of paper.SPACE IS LIMITED THUS REGISTRATION IS MUST. REGISTER ON; or visit www.invigoratelife.comMeditation will be guided by Taresh J Bhattji, Yoga- Meditation  instructor and Pranic Healer (Energy Healer).
If you have any questions please call:
Taresh Bhattji@ 678-390-5550We look forward to having you join us!
With warm regards
Taresh & Meena Bhattji

At 1260 Hydaburg Lane
Norcross GA 30093.