This past week marks the beginning of the Hindu festival of Navratri which is celebrated with prayers, fasting and dance. The word ‘Navratri’ literally means nine nights in Sanskrit (Nava= nine and Ratri=nights). During this time, different forms of female divinity are worshiped. At Coaching for Inner Peace, I love to share tools that can…Details
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This past week I saw the movie, Little Women, and found it to be truly heart-opening in a sweet and gentle way. As many of you are probably aware, the movie is an adaptation of the famous semi-autographical novel of the same name written by Louisa May Alcott in 1868. The movie portrays the four March…Details
I feel such joy and gratitude bubbling up inside my heart as I write this post. Many of you are aware that I have been working on my first book for some time now. In fact, some portions of the book were written as part of a writer’s group I participated in the late 1990s…Details
From my dear friend Maria Felipe about my book: “Dr. Seema Khaneja is a true seeker whose entire life script has centered around the concept of healing and its diverse practices. Although an open-minded doctor who treats patients using a combination of Western-Eastern thought and techniques, it is not until Dr. Khaneja experiences her own debilitating…Details
In Coaching for Inner Peace, I love sharing stories that uplift, inspire and heal. Being a mom, and with my background as a pediatrician, I also love finding stories that can be shared with the children and young adults in our lives. Robert Fisher’s The Knight in Rusty Armor is such a book that can…Details