Vibrations are contagious. They are the touchstones of the Spiritual family that meant to spark the Soul of the beholders. ~ Rose Wang
Today I went down a rabbit hole for personal growth and self-discovery. But wait, what does it mean by personal growth in this context? Mmm, it started a newsletter I happened to see from a Conscious Love Coach whom I thought
tbd to unsubscribe from my overflowed inbox [Oops]. I hesitated to relish it patiently at first because I assumed it just another as per usual “Follow-me-N-let-me-tell-you-what-to-do” cliche particularly on mental health topics by nature… Halfway through reading the heartfelt journey of hers, I began to Reeeally pay attention to what she offered – since I’ve been keenly thirst for gathering inspiration and wisdom… A book called “Think Like a Monk” by Jay Shetter caught my attention. [Pause]. Interesting. Think. Like. A. Monk. Let that sink in for a moment. Just those fourteen-letters already made me wonder and inquired how truthful it might be. Without too much ruminating, I consulted with Amazon and further wikied the author – Jay Shetter and his lovely partner – Roshni Devlukia Shetty. Oh, cute! How fascinating by just reading the bio of people and their stories of how they came to be. My Soul was vibrated as if I have not felt for centuries… It led me to their worlds of Channel and randomly clicked on a recent interview (see above) that I felt was closer to my heart – “The Law of Vibration” – All The Sudden, it sparked me through the veins of my Whole Body… [Woh] Every single word they conversed is a jam of wisdom that sticks to my heart and soul. Along with Jahnavi’s music “Like A River,” I was totally IN it and FELT it. Incredibly appreciative of the wonderful souls as I am mulling over what [eye] witnessed is my calling, and perhaps deep down, it also serves as a manifestation of Who I Am that my heart already knew.
“Don’t hide from the questions that rise deep within” – Jahnavi & Willow
Check out their music below if you’re interested.