In Sanskrit the word "seva" means “service.” It means being of service to others and living according to our divine birthright and mission: being there for other sentient beings. To take a stand for someone who can’t stand on their own. To believe in someone when they don’t believe in themselves and to empower those that feel powerless.
While giving to others is essential, seva is not just charity work or writing a check. In fact, the word “seva” is composed of two words: “saha,” which means “with that,” and “eva,” which means “too. In essence, it means “together with”. To stand with and to be alongside, in service, selflessly.
As a yogi and a coach, my main focus is to be there for others and help them see and touch their true potential.
Here are some of my favorite organizations and how to get involved…