There are many different yoga styles, as there are hundreds of various yoga postures. Each style and posture has its own set of benefits and reasons why it is a valuable and a ‘feel good’ exercise for your body, mind and soul. Often yoga is seen as a de-stressor and a set of slow stretches […]

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Pain has the lesson of pleasure at its core, and pleasure also speaks intimately of pain. One cannot exist without the other, just as ‘hot’ cannot be without ‘cold.’ All is relative on this earthly plane of illusion. How we interpret each lesson is defined by our thoughts and past experiences, much like computer software […]

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Our private and public experiences enter our lives through the gate of our ‘dominant thought’, even though this connection may be invisible to us. The Law of Momentum dictates that an object pushed in one direction continues in that direction with increasing speed and force. A car stalled in the road may require two strong […]

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– Causes for addiction and how mindfulness meditation can help with them Mindfulness meditation can free us from the negative emotions that hold us prisoner, thereby helping us overcome addictions. One of the first steps in dealing with addiction is to discover the emotional cause of it, whether it is fear, depression, anxiety, or pessimism. […]

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Lisa Catano shows how it is possible to take responsibility and break free from imposed fear to spare our children from the vicious cycle of mind-control programming. A child in a mind-control programme, it’s a fear-induced ‘punishment-reward system’ where the child has to keep working for their love. Because you are a child and know […]

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True prosperity is the inevitable reward for a willingness to walk the path of service with Love, to open our hearts to the magnificence of our Universe. There is no such thing as something for nothing. We get what we give. We may take from others in our ignorance, not realising that we are only […]

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A healthy lifestyle incorporates a philosophy of moderation or temperance in all things. Any perceived excess generates imbalance, with a resulting stress upon the system as a whole. Excessive eating, worry, stimulation or sloth will cause ‘defects’ in our body structure. ‘Dis-ease’ itself is a process of too much and too little – function out […]

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I dedicate this issue to our much-loved and respected herbal pioneer, Margaret Roberts, who passed away on Saturday 4 March at the age of 79. Her passion for plants is reflected in the diverse range of culinary, aromatic and medicinal herbs she cultivated and shared with people both locally and internationally. I visited Margaret every […]

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‘The area where we experience our greatest discomfort is also the area where we can potentially grow the most.’ Editor Daleen Totten explores Arjan Bogaers’ insightful words in an interview with him where he explains how time spent with a life coach can bring personal enrichment. DALEEN: Arjan, over the past few months, I have […]

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Our sense of true self-worth is the natural product of Love and gratitude for Divine order. In contrast, the drive for materialism without spiritualism, compels a lingering need for hard countable wealth; its luxury and enjoyment always seems to be offset by the calculation, ‘Is this enough now?’ In frustration, the answer is usually no, […]

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