Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Batik Art of Love by Nita Ng 12 Oct 2014 - event in Singapore - My Destination Singapore

Batik Art of Love by Nita Ng 12 Oct 2014 - event in Singapore - My Destination Singapore


Spiritual Directors International (SDI) Emerging Wisdom Conference 2015

Nita will be presenting a workshop at the SDI Emerging Wisdom Conference in Louisville, Kentucky in April 2015, in conjunction with the centenary of Thomas Merton's birth.  I'm so excited!
Emerging East-West Wisdom: Contemplation and Awareness through Body, Art, and Silence
Nita's Presenter Bio

Thursday, May 10, 2012

About Nita's Work and What is Life Coaching / Spiritual Direction

About Nita

In her former life, Nita has worked in the corporate world and non-profits as a manager and consultant.  She has also briefly worked as an MBA professor before the search for her true calling brought her on a new path--first as a yoga and Body-Balance (a fusion of yoga-taichi-pilates) instructor, then reiki healer, retreat director and finally spiritual coach/director.  She is also an artist of spiritual paintings and author.

"I am truly grateful and feel very blessed to BE happy everyday and I want to share this with everyone around the world!" - Nita Ng


Today, Nita is a spiritual director/coach, author, artist and teacher.

She has also been leading retreats and workshops around the world--including silent retreats in Ignatian Spirituality, Body Prayer, Batik and Art in Spirituality, and other prayer and meditation retreats since 2006.  She has been a member of staff at retreat centres in Vancouver Island, Canada; near Liverpool and Oxford, UK; and Cheung Chau, Hong Kong.  She has also presented and taught in New York, Washington DC, Monte Carlo, London, Spain, India, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and Australia.

She is currently spends her time between London and Asia Pacific but continue her spiritual direction online as well.


What is a Life Coach or Spiritual Director?
A spiritual director, or more popular term "life-coach" is a professionally trained companion and friend who listens to your deepest desires, or just a listener to all that is going on in your life at the present moment, and helps you heal, grow and achieve your deepest desires.  A friend who walk with you, supporting you, encourages you and help you stay-on the journey to become to best YOU that you can be.

This journey begins with getting to know yourself, becoming aware of your habits, or patterns, and helping you to become more aware and awake. Life-coaching and spiritual direction is totally non-judgemental and you can come from any walk of life, any faith or cultural background.  It is about the Real You.

Spiritual direction or coaching with Nita is currently available through Skype.  Suggested love offering per session is US$60.  For further information and to book your first FREE session, please contact RunWaters@ gmail.com (all one word, no spacing)

Nita in the News
http://cj.my/post/74159/double-degree-graduate-turns-volunteerism-into-caree/

International Magazines and Articles

The Newsletter of Spiritual Directors International (SDIworld.org) - "Connections"











Spirituality of Meeting no 30-31 2013


 








Spirituality of Meeting no 28-29 2012



Saturday, October 22, 2011

Previous Charitable Projects

An Explosion of Love! (2013)

Dear friends,

As we approach this Easter season, here is my gift for you this year—my latest ebook, “Via Lucis”.  This book is also dedicated to my beloved grandma, who is smiling at us from heaven.

Please share this link and gift of love with people all over the world.  May this message of love spread like dandelion seeds, bursting forth into the wind and flying across land and seas.

A paperback version is available in English and Chinese (bilingual edition) for order via email and you can give any amount you wish in donation plus postage.  Thank you.

This ebook is available for FREE download from Amazon Kindle for 5 consecutive Sundays, starting with Palm Sunday, Mar 24th (and on the Saturdays before that for countries in North and South America).

English:
Amazon UK (& the rest of the world) - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B009NGDEGE

Chinese (Simplified – mainland China) - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BB21KM8

Chinese (Traditional - Hong Kong & Taiwan) - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00BBDVUCM

Portuguese:
Amazon Brazil (especially in view of World Youth Day 2013 in Rio de Janeiro) - http://www.amazon.com.br/dp/B00B9OOU2A
Amazon Europe (and rest of the world) - http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00B9OOU2A

French:

Japanese:

Other Languages
If you wish to contribute to making this book available in more languages around the world, eg. Korean, Spanish, German, Bahasa, etc., please email me your translations and I will make it available as soon as possible.  Thank you very much

My thanks to Selvam for introducing me to the Via Lucis.  To my wonderful friends and translators - Mai San (Japanese), Theresa (Chinese), Aniko (French) and Filipa (Portuguese).  And last but not least, thank you Lynty for your professional help in converting my batik painting from cloth to digital photo and for printing the paperback copy of this book.

Thank you all for being a part of God's love and grace in my life.
Love and blessings
Nita


Teachers Gifting Food and Education (2011-2012)


Dear fellow teachers and friends,

Christmas is the season of loving and sharing.  This year, I would like to focus on children and their basic needs, and would invite all of you to join me in giving a special gift this Christmas.

A good friend of mine works at a small center in Kuala Lumpur that serves as school for more than 100 Myanmar refugee children, ages 6-17.  The Malaysian government does not recognise refugee status and these children do not have the right to education here.  You may wish to visit the center’s website to better understand their needs - www.myhelpcommunity.blogspot.com.

I was inspired to raise funds for these kids this Christmas and I’m calling my project "Teachers Gifting Food and Education".  I am making it my goal to speak to at least 100 teachers of any discipline, be it Sunday school, art or taichi, and I would like to ask that each of you would in turn speak to 10 other people to help raise money for this center through the sale of my books.  Every dollar made in profit will go towards the kids.

In the current economic situation, $1 may not go very far.  But in this part of the world, for $1 a child eats for a day.  At $365, that child eats for a year.  But with $3,650 the whole school eats for a year.  So my goal is to raise US$3,650 this November and December so that we can buy food and notebooks for the kids.  

If you are thinking of buying books as Christmas presents for friends and family, please consider getting my books too.  You might wish to print out a copy of this letter to be included with the gift so that your loved ones know where the money is going.

The books are available on Amazon.com for US$3.99, and on Amazon UK for £2.90.   However, these are ebooks for Kindle:
(Note: This link does not work in East and Southeast Asia.  Alternatively please use Amazon UK - http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nita-Ng/e/B005VAV8OG)

If you would like a paper copy of the books, these are available for the same price* through direct order from me.  Please send your order and cheque payable to me, Nita Ng at:
No. 1, Jalan Helang Siput 3
Taman Sinar Suria
52100 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia    (Please include your email  & phone number)

Or, email me at RunWaters @ gmail.com for electronic payment details.  Thank you.

Thank you and blessings
Nita
www.RunWaters.blogspot.com

*The same price of $3.99 is applicable in Canadian and Australian dollars.  It is S$5.00 in Singapore and RM10.00 in Malaysia.  Thank you.  

Monday, April 11, 2011

Love, Peace and Joy Walkabout

Dear friends,

Every year I ask myself the question, “What would I do if I only have a few more months to live?”

In view of world events in recent months, my answer to this question seems to be more encompassing and less self-focused.

This year, I would like to visit friends and family and spend time to be with them. I’m calling this roadtrip my “Walkabout”, covering Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, Hong Kong, England and perhaps other countries in Asia.

While visiting friends in these places, I would like to share my gifts with ALL who are interested – Body Balance, laughter, batik and meditation.

If any of you or your friends who live in the above places are interested in experiences these sessions at home, at work, school, church or their neighbourhood “rukun tetangga”, please let me know and I will be happy to come by. Everything will be done on a ‘Love Sharing’ basis--donation as a gift exchange, to help cover travel expenses so that I can continue to share with others in different places.

For more information about me, feel free to email me at YogaPark 'at' gmail.com or check my blog/website at:
www.YogaPark.blogspot.com (yoga website)
www.RunWaters.blogspot.com (art website)

Love, peace and joy to you,
Nita

--
I give thanks for the Abundance in my daily life!

Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Past Batik Workshops at Queenswood, Victoria, Canada




Batik workshops used be held on every last Sat of the month at Queenswood, Center for Spirituality in Victoria, BC, Canada (2009-2010)

The session ran for about 3 hours. Fees included materials

Saturday, May 17, 2008

Using my "Chinese Heart Songs" book for Myanmar relief in collaboration with the Good Shepherd Sisters





News: Prayers and solidarity with cyclone victims in Myanmar

The Good Shepherd Province of East Asia includes Myanmar

Good Shepherd Sisters have seven communities in Myanmar: Hopin, Loikaw, Mandalay, Thayarwadi Township, Latha Township, Yangon Village, and the novitiate in Yangon.

GS has been in Myanmar since 1990 and has Burmese sisters.

Since Cyclone Nargis hit we have heard that though there was property damage at the convent in Myanmar, no person was injured. One sisters writes: “In our own convent in Yangon there is a considerable amount of damage to all the five buildings. Many trees are gone. Thank God there was no injury to any person living in our own premises. All the trees in the whole area fell. They were huge trees and almost all the roads are blocked by these trees. Many poor people are affected. Without help it will be very difficult for them to get back to normal life again.”


Let us be in solidarity in prayers
with the people of Myanmar.

Blessings...

______________________________________________________
Sr. Ramani Silva, provincial leader of East Asia, wrote in an email to Sr. Brigid Lawlor, congregational leader, that though there were damages in properties in the convent in Myanmar, no person was injured. The Province of East Asia covers Myanmar, Vietnam and Thailand.

Thousands of lives perished in a devastating storm that hit Myanmar on May 3. Immediately after the news broke that cyclone Nargis ravaged the country, sisters led by Sr. Brigid, and friends offered prayers and support.

Sr. Ramani, who is in Bangkok, Thailand for the Provincial Chapter scheduled May 6– 15, said all the sisters including delegates from Myanmar arrived safely in time for the Chapter. She said they were able to get some information about the situation in Myanmar. “In our own convent in Yangon there is a considerable amount of damage to all the five buildings. Many trees are gone. Thank God there was no injury to any person living in our own premises. All the trees in the whole area fell. They were huge trees and almost all the roads are blocked by these trees. Many poor people are affected. Without help it will be very difficult for them to get back to normal life again.”

It will be recalled that the Province of East Asia (Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam and South Korea) and China District (Hongkong, Macau, Taiwan) went through a process of restructuring. After meetings and reflection, the new province of Northeast Asia was established last year. It is composed of South Korea, Hongkong, Macau and Taiwan.

Good Shepherd Sisters have seven communities in Myanmar: Hopin, Loikaw, Mandalay, Thayarwadi Township, Latha Township, Yangon Village and the novitiate in Yangon.

Reports said that more than 50,000 people were dead . If true, this makes Nargis as the world's deadliest storm since a 1999 cyclone in India killed 10,000 people.

Sr. Brigid assures the province of love, prayers and support. She encourages those who are able to help to do so.