A new decade set in, people cheered and welcomed the 2020 year with hopes and dreams of achieving ‘more’… The year opened with devastation as the hectors and hectors of wild fire spread through Australia, killing so many of its wild life. Month after month, the world was shocked to hear of devastation from natural calamities to killings, violence and murder. Then the Corona virus took the world by storm as many countries across the world closed their boarders and an official ‘lock down’ took place. We saw businesses close, people lost loved ones due to the impact of the virus, some (many) were gripped by fear, worries and anxieties.
Many spiritual organisations took to prayer, praying for others, for the wellbeing of the world, prayer for there to be more positivity in this world, prayer for this virus to come to an end…
Mohanji immediately took action and Online Mai-Tri was formed, giving people the opportunity to join these sessions to help soothe and calm the mind, body and spirit. The Mohanji Acharyas and global teams also set out to host various meditations and empowerment programs for people to attend and seek ‘spiritual shelter’ from the storm of fear, caused by this virus.
The year 2020 has seen many lives lost, and much devastation. However, it has also been a year that we have established great friendships, family beyond race, religion and culture and a beautiful year for inner reflection and self-transformation!
When we look at 2020, we remember the moments of great faith, of self-belief, of acceptance and deep appreciation of the things we have in life.
When we look at 2020, we remember all that we ever had (which we once took for granted) and smile in gratitude.
When we look at 2020, we realise how much of fear was stored within, and through each experience, we moved from fear to fearlessness!
I feel that the 2020 has been the greatest year to be ALIVE, a year that tested us beyond our imagination and control! I am grateful for the experiences faced in 2020 for it allowed me the opportunity for deep transformation and self-reflection.
I am grateful.