Karma (Sanskrit, also karman, Pāli: kamma) is a Sanskrit term that literally means “action” or “doing”.
For a period of 4 months during 2015, IndiPam travelled to various parts of India providing specialist foot treatments, first aid and personal care to those in need and through her actions hopes to inspire western yogis to do Karma Yoga.
I recently visited the Divine Life Society Bookshop and picked up the book Practice of Karma Yoga written by the late great Swami Sivananda. As a yogi we are taught to let go of ego and to always be a student open to learning. This insert* may define Karma Yoga, however as a foot specialist … Read more
I’m really going to miss my first ‘Goan home’. A canopy of palms line the front porch, our sanctuary from the heat, with its cooling glassy tiled floor. Wrought iron and gold balustrades accessorize the yellow toned structural features of our villa. A short 50 metre stroll to the thriving main street which hugs the … Read more
On 6 April 2015 husband and wife team Anton and Pamela announced themselves at Mother Theresa Missionaries of Charity located in Carambolim, Goa to spend a day with the residents doing selfless service, Karma Yoga. A sign describes the mission as a home for the aged, the destitute and the dying. There are fifty one residents … Read more
What we ‘do’ and who we ‘touch’ has a rippling effect.
IndiPam – mission statement