Self-worth doesn’t come from what you do. It comes from the quality and virtue you bring to each act.



You need courage to be true to yourself. Go inside yourself and evoke your courage.



Speak the truth, but do so lovingly.



Go into an experience of stillness for one minute and the power of that will remain for the rest of the hour.



Keeping my own mind calm and clear is the easiest method to sort out messy situations.


True North - Youth Retreat at Global Retreat Centre

A weekend residential retreat for young people successfully took place at the Global Retreat Centre, Oxfordshire on the first weekend of April. with 37 young, dynamic and deep thinkers from around the UK taking the opportunity to dive deep into conversations to support them on their spiritual journey. New found friendships with the self and others, tools for reflection and meditation and memories of 'aha moments' were some of the main takeaways from the retreat.  

Smita Joshi and Sister Jayanti at the Nehru Centre

Sister Jayanti and yoga teacher, transformation coach and author Smita Joshi will be interviewed by journalist Philippa Blackham on 'The Power of Your Inner Voice' at The Nehru Centre in Mayfair, London on Friday 26th at 6.30-8.30pm. To find out more and book tickets, click here.  

24 Goals in 2024

For seasoned goal-setters, as well as those new to meditation and personal development, a new initiative for 2024, offered by Inner Space Covent Garden. Starting in January, you will receive an email twice a month with a new theme, through the year.

Click here to find out more.  




21 Days to Make a Difference

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Open Heart

The heart is akin to a flower—it only releases its fragrance when open. This fragrance comprises the virtues and qualities of our spirit.

Many of us have learned to guard our hearts in a world that can be harsh and unkind. To be open-hearted in today’s world often demands great courage. This courage emerges when we understand that true harm is impotent against our spirit. Though our physical selves can be hurt by the actions or words of others, our spirits remain untouched if we choose so.

Start by reopening your heart to those you feel have wronged you. Recognize that the real hurt came from within, from a place of fear that taught you to distrust and close off your heart.

Opening your heart is the first step in healing not just yourself, but also in allowing your spirit’s innate love and compassion to flourish once again.

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