Usually, hearing the word Tantra brings to mind a murky and vaguely spiritual association with sex. Although Sacred Sexuality is part of the practice, in our view of the tradition, Tantra includes a much wider field of possibilities. We consider it a way of being, a constant meditation, and above all, a profound alchemical process.
Allow yourself to create the life you truly desire. You are the artist! -Layla El Khadri
Who hasn’t been stuck in a problem, emotional issue, or apparently dead point in life and wished to find “a new way” to solve it? How many times do we try again and again the same old ways, wishing for a new and genius idea to get us successfully out of the hamster wheel?
I pray and I know that my prayers are heard.
I pray for you and the peace of your heart, even if you don’t believe in my prayers.
I pray for myself and for the peace of my heart that keeps me working in the light.
I pray for my beloved Mother Earth, for her ice to remain cold and her forests to remain green and her rivers and oceans to be clean.
“Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls. The most massive characters are seared with scars.” ~ Kahlil Gibran
Have you ever asked yourself why you suffer?
“Might it be correct that what we experience in the outer world is a mere image of our own psychic dramas, which keep following the same patterns? Do events that are carried to extremes in areas of conflicts take place microscopically in our interior? Are the macro-cosmos world and the micro-cosmos human being not more identical than we are ever prepared to accept?”
Fundamental kick-start to feel the power inside of you
We all know the difference between living our lives from an empowered standpoint or from a place of lack, doubts and fears.
Probably the strongest and most important key for an empowered life is our self-esteem.
A bold artistic step towards freedom of expression! The brave story of Mandi Chimutengwende (Photos)
Millions of women around the world are raising their voices in a powerful song. A song that comes from our hearts and our ancestors. A song that is calling for the end of a patriarchal system that has brought and perpetuated war and rivalry between genders and has caused pain and destruction to mother earth and the female body.
How can we help our kids to grow up emotionally healthy and mentally strong? Where do we draw the line between educating them and programming then with old patterns?
How can we respect their uniqueness and individuality while we teach them how to fit and be safe in this complicate world?
“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment”
-Ralph Waldo Emerson
Have you ever felt that your jeans and sneakers did not feel right with your dramatic emotional state? Or that your heart wished to scream to the world your love, but can’t do it in a school uniform? Our emotional state is a colorful palette. Let’s paint!