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An opportunity for women to discover their spiritual identity and discuss its practical application in daily life.

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Dussehra, a Hindu festival that is celebrated at the end of Navratri, the nine nights, especially symbolises the victory of good over evil.

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Meet Dubai resident Meelu Wadhwani - Happiness Coach, Meditation Teacher and Wellbeing Expert in conversation with Philippa Blackham, Host of 21 Masterclasses.

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A sharing of ideas, feelings and visualisation to enhance and develop your inner peace and strength.

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Explore the spirit of man through informative dialogue, honest interaction and the silence of meditation.

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Experience peace, inner strength and wisdom through 'yoga for the mind'.

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Talking To The Self

When you talk to yourself in your mind, which self do you address? And how? Usually people do not talk to their divinity, but to the most superficial aspects of their everyday personality. And often its a stream of fears, complaints and mindless repetition of old things. If we talked that way to another human being, we would have to apologise.

Learning to talk properly to the self is a spiritual endeavour. Thoughts from the past and worries about the future do not create good conversation. Instead learn to talk to your mind as if it were a child. Talk to it with love.

If you just force a child to sit down, he won’t. A good mother knows how to prompt her child into doing what she wants. Be a good mother to your mind, teach it good, positive thoughts so that when you tell it to sit quietly, it will. Love your mind. Stay happy.

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