About my origins

My origins – I mean, in this lifetime – are not easily described:

Both my parents were from the far-away French island Martinique in the Caribbeans, but I was born  in Algiers (in then French Algeria) during the short while they stayed there.

It is Black Africa, West Africa that I grew up in, with six months in France in between each two-year stay in Africa.

So although I look like a regular French person and speak French as my mother-tongue, my background through my parents and our ancestors is the creole culture from Martinique (a mixture of all possible colors), plus the extra influence of the black African culture I grew up in.

In my blood I have also some Indian blood from that very India I find myself living in since forty years because of Auroville being built there.

In all those very different aspects of my present make-up I have found since childhood and again later in my life the echo of some previous lifetime bearing still special significance in this lifetime, so it is not just a French person writing the blog, it is a human being conscious of embodying much more cultural and genetic influences than her outer appearance would tell.

10 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Anil
    Nov 30, 2011 @ 16:23:56

    I read some of your posts, and found them very interesting.

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    • Bhaga
      Dec 01, 2011 @ 03:46:16

      Thank you for this apreciative comment, Anil!
      And nice to meet you…
      From your ‘lifedivine’ identity, you seem to be also someone inspired by Sri Aurobindo and the Mother, aren’t you?…

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  2. Anil
    Dec 01, 2011 @ 03:59:01

    Very glad to see your response. Nice to meet you too!

    Yes. I have come across Sri Aurobindo nearly 10 years back during my student days, and for some unknown reason I was inspired by his personality and work. I considered him my Guru. Since then he has been guiding me through different stages of life. Off late, The Mother took his role in guiding me.

    Read about your Cosmic experience after The Mother left her body. I am glad you had such a concrete experience in a waking state. Most of my experiences have happened in some kind of dream state while I was asleep.

    Also, read your post on Atlantis, and your research on the topic. It was fascinating. Came to know of your blog through a group (In Search of the Mother) in facebook.

    Would like to stay in touch with you through this blog, or email if you use email for communication.

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    • Bhaga
      Dec 01, 2011 @ 10:31:27

      This blog is indeed the best way for me to stay in touch with people interested in this constant research in the Evolution process that my life, like that of more and more people nowadays, is. As I have many responsibilities in the place where I live, I wouldn’t have time – or rarely only – for more personal exchanges. But the possibility of comments about any of my posts does allow for long conversations if needed!🙂
      I agree with you, the Atlantis material is quite fascinating, in all the many unexpected forms it takes… also sometimes in our own present lifetime!

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    • Bhaga
      Dec 01, 2011 @ 10:38:40

      If you have questions to put or remarks to make about some of my posts you found most interesting, don’t hesitate to leave a comment directly there! It’s actually encouraging for me when readers react to a whole post, or to something specific in a post, or when they simply express themselves too on the same topic…

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  3. Anil
    Dec 01, 2011 @ 12:59:32

    Thank you for your response. You will find me often crawling through the pages on this blog, and seeking clarifications🙂

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  4. Anil
    Dec 01, 2011 @ 13:02:47

    Read one of your posts on Tennis, and specially on Djokovic. I am a huge fan of Federer for his consistent performance, and Nadal for his fighting spirit. Yet to find something special about Djokovic, though I can see that he is a remarkable player.

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    • Bhaga
      Dec 01, 2011 @ 14:07:28

      Same with me regarding Federer and Nadal… and the ‘non-descript yet’ Djokovic!!! FEDERER IS MY ALL TIME FAVORITE PLAYER, as you see: the caps went on by themselves, literally, to speak of him!… I’ll have a speci&l post about him as well, very soon.
      Hey, Anil, are you by any chance the same Anil Reddy who is contacting me just now on Facebook??? Or is that a coincidence, and another Anil?…

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  5. Anil
    Dec 01, 2011 @ 14:18:54

    Same Anil🙂 I have added you as a friend, and nice to see you on facebook!

    Federer and Nadal with their drive for excellence, success, and humility are magnificent creations!! Sometimes, Federer’s laugh reminds me of Divine Joy!

    Sometimes, I also wonder how great it would be if souls like them turn to Integral Yoga seriously. This thought occurred to me after I came to know about Roger Anger and his previous life as Alexander The Great!

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  6. Anil
    Dec 01, 2011 @ 14:19:44

    Looking forward to your post on Federer!

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