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Astrology, Self-inquiry

The Mystery of the Missing Sign

February 2, 2018 - no responses.

by Tarit

There is an important key to understanding astrology and each astrological sign, based on what is unconscious, or hidden, within it. I first came across this baffling revelation some 30 years ago and it blew me away. Imagine the zodiac with its 12 signs. A perfectly balanced circle, equally populated with fire, air, earth and […]

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Astrology, Self-inquiry

Moons and Moods

September 6, 2017 - no responses.

by Tarit

We astrologers are often asked about the significance of various moon phases and moon phenomena. When a special moon phase approaches, like a blue moon, lunar eclipse, equinox moon etc.,  social media buzzes with fantastic predictions. For example: ‘The equinox full moon in Sagittarius will trigger a major shift in human consciousness’. Or the recent […]

Wellness

DIY Detox? – The benefits of a group setting for Body Cleanse and Detox

August 4, 2017 - no responses.

by Amari

“I have tried to cleanse on my own a few times at home and I always ended up quitting after a day or two…”   In almost every opening circle of the Body Cleanse Detox Program,  we hear this sharing from one or more of the participants. To hold a juice fast for yourself might […]

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Self-inquiry

The Pliable Mind: Healing, Resourcing and Retraining the Brain

July 5, 2017 - no responses.

by Raaji

            When my partner Karam and I hold workshops, we always introduce the  powerful tool “felt sense“ on the first day since. By bringing awareness inside the body, we become aware of the felt sense. It is the embodiment of one’s ever-changing sensory/energetic/emotional landscape. It moves our focus from actions […]

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Wellness

A Game of Presence

June 5, 2017 - no responses.

by Amara

It all started six years ago when a friend and I found ourselves climbing a fence and sneaking into the Nosara tennis club.  We were eager to play and move our bodies. Football, which used to be the national sport in those days, was no longer an option as most of us were getting “not […]

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