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Last working day of 2017

How has 2017 treated me?  Was it good or was it not?
Honestly, 2017 was not a good year for me.  I didn't meditate properly, didn't clear myself properly and as a result, I could feel the effects from that and it's not good.
In 2017, luck was not really on my side.  I fell, I had a minor car accident, I had some altercations with my boss and family members on separate occasions, my girl was hospitalised and I spent my birthday in the hospital.
But despite all these negative happenings, there were also some good things that happened but they were very tiny.  Still I felt the love and attention of the Divine who looked after me very much.
Little miracles did happened, whether you want to call it as coincidence or not, it's up to you.  Like that day, we went to the market.  While walking back to the car, I saw my car was completely blocked.  Someone has parked so 'smartly' that there was no way I was able to reverse my car out.  At the same time, my husband notic…

Renew LTSVP 2018/2019

Here's an update to our yearly event.  This year we have no choice but to bring our girl along.  After 5 years of visiting this place every year, I finally have a system on how to make this an easier event without having to take more annual leave than required.For the forms, they haven't change at all.  So, take the blank forms and scan it into your computer first.  Next year, just print it out.To get stamping of the employment contract, LHDN opened at 8am.  So go and wait for them to open and it is done within 15 minutes.  Still made it to the office by 8.30am.As for the actual renewal of the LTSVP, they have a special counter now for senior citizens, applicants with small babies, pregnant applicants or disabled applicants.  I seriously think it's because of my blog post earlier, talking about praising oneself.We went straight to the Mahkamah first to get the Sumpah done.  Then went to the immigration department. All the documents were checked at the reception counter the…

Happy Diwali!

May the light of Diwali brings enlightenment to our spirit and keep the light burning.  May the light of Diwali brighten all the dark days.  May the good forces destroy the evil.  May Shri Mataji blesses us always.
Every time I write the above message for Diwali, I am always reminded of the one time that Shri Mataji came to my dream and spoke to me.  It was so surreal but at the same time felt so real.
At that time, one yogi was having some major problem with his marital life.  When Shri Mataji came to my dream, first thing She told me was that I have no courage.  That's another story, another day.  Then I asked, how about this yogi?  And She closed her eyes and took a short pause and then replied, "His fire is too strong, his flame is dying."
The first translation of the dream in my head was that he is too right sided, and the flame in his heart, the spiritual light is slowly dying.  In another words, he is going to leave his wife and Sahaja Yoga.  Which happened short…

Travel to China with a 20 month old

We made our first family trip to China with our 20 month old.  Prior to this trip, I have a lot of angst and worries as to whether I can cope with a 20 month old on this trip.  So, in preparation for this trip, I have purposely bought AirAsia Premium Flex so that we get some priorities, purposely bought a new compact GB Pockit stroller so that we can have a stroller on hand as and when needed and purposely bought a few breastfeeding attire, which is not useful at all.

Our trip was only 6 days and we were in Foshan the whole time.  I wanted to visit some yogis in Guangzhou and Shenzhen but most of them were away, either in Wuhan for the Music Camp or India.  So in the end, I didn't meet any of my friends.

Before I rant about the whole trip, let me share some tips for new mothers bringing their infant overseas.


1. Get a compact stroller
Something like the GB Pockit or something that is easily foldable and can be brought to the airplane.  Although AirAsia has some restriction…

How to apply for travel document for your infant to travel to China

Baby is going to make her maiden trip to China soon.  At first I thought the process of getting a visa is the same as mine but unfortunately no.
Apparently, parents who intend to bring their infant to China need to bring their infant to the Chinese Embassy to get a travel document to go to China.  This travel document is different from the visa application which is applicable to only children age 2 and above.
I would strongly suggest that you make a trip to the Chinese Embassy first to enquire about the process before going there straight.  So you probably need to make the trip twice.
What they required is for you to apply online, i.e fill up all the personal information of your child, affix the soft copy of your child's photo (passport size with white background) and then make an appointment online.  Print out the form.  I think this is the website
Everything is written in Chinese.  Each day they only serve 33 appointments.  Their working…

I am a proud mama

One evening, after my shower and washing my hair, I went to the guest room downstairs to blow dry my hair.  This room has a vanity table and makeup and hair products that my mother uses and also have a wardrobe full of children's clothes for my nephew and my girl.  The kids use this downstairs bathroom.
My nephew just had his bath and his dirty clothes were left on the floor, outside the bathroom.
My little girl came running into the guest room when she saw me walking into it.  I told her I am blowing my hair.  She was holding a soccer ball.  She dropped the ball and it went into the bathroom.  I told her to pick it up.  
There, after picking up the ball, she saw the dirty clothes on the floor.  Without anyone telling her what to do, she picked it up and went all the way out of the room, into the dry kitchen, then wet kitchen and then the yard where the washing machine is.  There is a short cut, which is through the bathroom but she took the only way she knew.  She dropped the cl…

Why do I prefer Starling Mall to Atria Mall?

If you are staying near Damansara Jaya for a long, long time, you will know Atria.  Long before the current Atria Mall was built, the old Atria was a three-storey building that is a nice and cozy shopping mall.  
In the old Atria, there was Parkson where I got most of my clothes there.  Hardly anyone goes there, so the fitting room is all to myself only.  I would go there and shop for hours and I find they have all the clothes that I like.  Below this Parkson is a small Giant where I do most of my groceries.  It was so convenient.
When I worked in one of the shop-office along Atria, I used to go Atria like few times a week.  Sometimes for lunch.  Sometimes for shopping.  I just like the convenience.  I can get flowers for the altar without having to worry about parking.  I can buy lime with no issues.  It was all very good.
The newer wing had BIG Bookshop where I visit quite a bit too, for stationery mostly when I was still in school.  Then when I was older, I used to visit Aster Spr…

An easy way to make rakhi strings

When you start receiving spam in this blog, it is time to start updating it before more spammers come in and think this blog is abandon.
It's the time of the year again to tie rakhi for our brothers.  I have always enjoyed this special occasion thanks to Sahaja Yoga.  Being born a Chinese, I have never known such auspicious and beautiful occasion about Raksha Bandhan.  And being the first born in the family and having no brothers, I have always wanted to feel a brother's love.  So thankful for Sahaja Yoga to introduce me to this wonderful event of tying rakhi for your brother and getting your brother's love and affection.
Having being confined in the house due to virus infections in the family, I missed collective for few weeks.  In fact, I wanted to teach to some yoginis how to make these rakhis and was informed to teach them too.  Unfortunately, the virus has isolated me and my family.  So last Saturday, while going deep into meditation (after having lost my voice compl…

How to apply for a Malaysian passport for toddler of a foreign parent

You read the title right.  The reason why I want to blog about this is because I can't find it anywhere else.  All the other blogs talk about the process of getting a passport for your kid.  But no one mentioned about a kid with a Malaysian mom and a foreigner dad.  Well, I thought it was the same process, but unfortunately no.  Guess next time I have to bear in mind and bring ALL the documents with me.  My guess is it has something to do with the father.  When I made my first passport, I was not 18 years old then and I have to get my dad to sign a consent saying he allows me to apply for a passport.  And it specifically mentioned father, not mother.  So, my guess is, this doesn't apply if the father is a Malaysian and the mother is a foreigner.
Today, we went to apply for her first passport since we will be travelling overseas soon.  At 7.45am, there was already a queue at the Jabatan Imigresen Malaysia, Kelana Jaya Branch.  Was given a form like this to fill up:

What you ne…

Good Sahaja Yoga resources

I think I have posted some very good Sahaja Yoga websites but I can't find that post.  Here you go:

1. Amruta
This web has a collection of Shri Mataji's speeches in audio and video and some with transcript.  There are also some speeches translated to different languages which is beneficial to those who doesn't know English.  The search function is also very good.  If you need to find any info, just type in the keyword and click Search and voila, all the speeches with the keywords will appear.  
2. Sahaja Yoga Online Library This was created by the Indian Sahaja Yogis and it has a wide collection of books, CDs (can listen in MP3 and downloadable), magazines and photos.  The registration part is a little tricky though.  
3. Sahaja Yoga Books for Children This web has a list of books for Sahaja Yogis' children.  Once you click Order, it will bring you to Amazon and you can purchase from there.  I just did.
4. Sahaja Yoga e-Books for download This web has quite a few Sahaj…

Sahaja Yoga and Children

"Raising Children in Sahaja Yoga" is very good.  It contains excerpts from Shri Mataji's various speeches and also a summary of how to bring up children according to their ages from 0-6 onwards.  Very informative for new parents.  You can download this book for free from Sahaja Yoga Online Library.  "My First Book of Chakras" is a beautiful book with colourful illustrations.  It is suitable for both children and adult.  It has lots of information about chakras and deities.  One look at it you can tell that the authors put a lot of effort and attention into this book.  You can buy this book from the Sahaja Books for Children.  Somehow I got a copy of the e-Book forwarded by some yogis few years back.  In the same webpage, you can find many Sahaja Yoga books written for Sahaja Yogis children by Sahaja Yogis.  I just bought Nirmala's Story on Amazon.  Cost a lot but the vibes were fantastic.
Music "Little Ganesha" is a CD created by the Sweden Col…

In preparation for Guru Puja 2017

In responding to the collective request by the hosting countries of Guru Puja 2017 in Cabella to meditate together, let's us meditate and put our attention to improve and strengthen our Guru Principle, our Guru Tattwa, starting today, 29 June 2017.  There are online meditations on a daily basis, at 4am and 8pm Cabella time.  
There are 39 Guru Puja talks from starting from 1972.  You can find these talks in, audio, video and transcripts.  In the same website, under Documents, click on Primordial Masters - Research.  Here you will find a Word document on all the 10 Gurus.Raag Malkauns which is corresponds with our Void.  The notes are for aroh and avaroh are S, G flat, M, D flat, N flat S, S, N flat, D flat M G flat, S.  You can listen on Youtube, Ustad Amjad Ali Khan playing on his sarod, Raag Malkauns and Arun Apte singing with his students on Raag Malkauns.You can also recite the 108 names of Shri Adi Guru Dattatreya and 113 names of Sat Guru and read the meaning as w…

Why I don't write as much as before

I asked myself, why have I abandon this blog?  In fact, I have written some posts, but they are still in draft.  I asked again, why?

Perhaps is this.  Even though this is a personal blog, but it's out in the web, means anyone can access it publicly.  And nowadays, anyone can share this blog.  Previously, in order to get updates of this blog, one can subscribe.  And now so many people has subscribed and I get even more paranoid about my personal space being invaded.

In fact, I don't write personal stuff.

First, I saw my photos being used in another Sahaj website without permission.  But then again, all the photos posted here are available on Google, so where is there to hide?

Second, I saw my blog posts being shared on Facebook and people are commenting on them, whether good or bad.  This is something I am not so keen.  I prefer if my post remains as it is in this blog and not anywhere else on Facebook or any other social media.  I know some shared it as they feel it's …

Just a quick update

OMG!  I haven't updated at all in 2017.  And this is going to be the first post and it's already May!!!
I am still around although this blog is not active.  But some posts are still very actively read by many readers especially those relating to the Marriage Registration and Long Term Social Visit Pass.  Thank you for reading and I am happy that these posts had helped you.
I have been crazy busy.   At work, at home, OMG!  I don't have time to do anything at all.  I wanted to make a busy book for my girl and post it, but still initial stages.  I wanted to colour some deities and put it in a file for her, but only did few pages.  
I hardly have any time to breath, let alone to update this blog.  I wanted to do so much, to write, to do some handcrafts but there's just so much time in a day.  
I am sleep deprived, still trying to get my girl to sleep earlier (she is following my time, which is not good at all), trying to teach her so many things, Sahaj wise, motor skills,…