After 3 years of no singing, last week I recorded 3 tracks of devotional music with a friend. I sent across one of them on whatsapp to all my family in India. I got a few ‘wow’s and emojis of an applause and a rose and such. My mum called to say it was nice. Yesterday my 8 years old niece spoke to me about it. She said, ”I didn’t know it was you. Mamma told me. It was like you were singing for God. It made me feel relaxed and sleepy. It was like a lullaby.” That was the most honest and descriptive feedback I had. She shared how it made her feel rather than how good or bad it was.
Judgements come from the head and feelings come from the heart. That the music made her feel a particular way, that she didn’t just hear it but felt it, that she could verbalise it as well as she did was remarkable.
The purity and sweetness of the innocence of childhood is one of the most precious things in this world.
Saagar couldn’t wait to grow up!
Thank you for your wonderful messages, I read out the meditation on the Equinox to students in yoga classes this week.
I have booked to go on the Walking out of Darkness walk in London which I read about on your blog.
Your son was a beautiful soul and so are you.
Bless you for sharing your stories, photos, your sorrow , much love, Kim x
I love the pictures of Saagar.
Just love his photos Sangeeta..xx so sweet..xx