Blame it on Karma?

Karma has been defined as the law of cause and effect. The word is Sanskrit in origin and literally means “deed,” or “to do.” Applied to our lives, our thoughts, actions, and deeds, are karmic causes which set into motion certain circumstances, which in turn produce resulting effects in our lives. With these thoughts in […]

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Karma is now

“Karma” is not a word native to the English language. Indeed, it is a Sanskrit word meaning “act” or “action”.  It is often associated with Eastern religions such as Hinduism and Buddhism.  However, many of us in the West (and in many other locations around the world)  have some form of basic understanding of this […]

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Music – an outward expression of an inner desire

Music has always stirred the most profound feelings that words could never describe. Is it any wonder that music is so often used as a guide to the journey within, a way of communing with the deeper Self? Music is generally perceived in two ways: either (a) the technical/mechanical performance of the art, or (b) […]

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