Satnam Satya

Yogic & Holistic Life With Satya Prem Kaur the Holistic Entrepreneur


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The healing sounds of Mei – lan have been so supportive, helping to heal my lungs….to inhale & exhale, without challenge.

I have just been laying in hot steam baths…filled with the essence of Eucalyptus & Tea-Tree.

Sweating & releasing the bacteria in my body…surrendering its movement around my body to exit & not return!

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My Sunday…

My Sunday was truly a day spent counting my blessings.  I was grateful for life, for loved ones and all things bright and beautiful around me.

I began to surrender on a journey to let go of what I can’t control.  I can’t control ‘Feeling physically tired’…I went back to sleep, because my mind, body and soul needed rest, needed sleep.

I practiced kindness…watered the plants, the herbs in my home, without haste.  I talked to them, spent time running the water to reach a temperature not to startle, the roots.  I was kind to myself, when I felt myself drifting in and out of sleep…I didn’t fight it.  Instead I gathered my pillows cushions and duvet and immersed myself in a sound Bath of gongs, mantra and affirmations of love, light, healing, for love, health, protection and projection.

I listened to my heart…because it is always right.

Finally, the most blissful act of all is…To ‘Breathe’ just to ‘Breathe‘.  I inhaled, slowly, deeply.  Exhaled, slowly, deeply.  Recognising each deep inhalation…was an emotional fight to make haste to exhale out, make haste to move on with life, with time.  I gave myself permission, an invitation to… Slow my breath… releasing guilt for taking the time to just ‘Breathe’…Releasing the tension in the body, roaming thoughts of the mind.  The thoughts that stop, rest, sleep, that create a tired mind, body and soul.

My Sunday “to do” List

Count My Blessings,  Let go of what I can’t control, Practice Kindness, Listen to my Heart, Just Breathe.