Recently, while reading Swami Sivananda’s Japa Yoga, I came across a passage of Swami talking about the shape of sound. He referred to experiments done by Margaret Watts-Hughes using a device she invented called the “Eidophone”. This to me is a really interesting discovery. I am familiar with the work done by Masaru Emoto of Japan on the water crystals and how words and writings effect the shape of crystals (…) Read more
Saivhes just got his haircut at Bangsar Village. Previously, Zeenee took him to A Cut Above but she felt that it was really not suitable for kids with to much distractions, especially for a toddler. So she decided to give KoolKutz a go. It’s a superb place to get your toddlers haircut. They’ve got this toy cars which doubles as a chair and toddlers get distracted playing the toy car (…) Read more
It’s been three months since I’ve updated this blog. Wow! Saivhes is growing really fast. He’s running all around house, climbing chairs and tables. Chewing everything which comes along his way. He speaks a combination of words you can understand and some baby talk. His first words were “Baba” by the way. I was playing the piano one day while singing from a bhajan book which had a small photo (…) Read more
I love reading spiritual books. But in Malaysia, such books are hard to come by. Especially the ones from India. You can never find it in MPH or Borders. There’s this shop in Brickfields which I have been going to the past 6 years. It’s called Mylon Trading. It’s located just next to the KL Sentral monorail station. From the outside, you’ll never realise that it is actually a bookstore. (…) Read more
My darling Saivhes turned one last May 27th. I know I’ve not updated this blog in the past four months. Apologies for that as I’ve been too tied up with work, family and just enjoying spending time with Saivhes. We had a beautiful birthday celebration in Port Dickson with his great grand parents and some very close friends and family. Zeenee practically organized the whole event herself including making all (…) Read more
Currently reading this book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother by Amy Chua. From the opening of the book: This is a story about a mother, two daughters, and two dogs. It’s also about Mozart and Mendelssohn, the piano and the violin, and how we made it to Carnegie Hall. This was supposed to be a story of how Chinese parents are better at raising kids than Western ones. But instead, it’s about (…) Read more
Lovely photo by Malar Akka.