An Earth Movement
Reflective Understanding, Healthy Habits
and Integral Wholeness
Whilst the majority of the world looks back on possibly the toughest year in the last 5 generations, I’m encouraged to reflect on the clarity this year brought. The year that was the catalyst to change the way we live, eat and work. COVID might have shortened the...
I’m currently reading the book “Surrender to Love” by David G. Benner, which follows the topic of “surrender”, to 'love', to 'God', to ‘what is’. As humans, we tend to associate the word “surrender” with the complete and utter handing over or laying our burdens onto...
Have you ever met someone who was completely different from anyone else? Did they have wild hair, or with a funky colour? Tattoos? Crazy clothes? Eat weird food? Perhaps you are that someone. A lot of people would call them strange because they do not blend in with...
You are Beautiful
Implore your inner beauty to engulf those around you. Simple steps to calm the mind, heart and soul.
Enhances the flexibility of the joints, muscles, tendons and ligaments and stimulates circulation. Flexibility and strength of the spine keep the body youthful.
Sivananda Yoga considers this to be the key to peace of mind.
A proper diet including fruit, vegetables, grains, nuts, seeds, legumes, and milk, is essentiel. Such foods are satvic.
Connects the body to the solar plexus, which is considered a storehouse of energy. Stress and depression can be overcome by breathing more deeply with increased awareness.
Eliminates negative thought patterns and provides an experience of inner peace
Relieves the body of existing stress symptoms and also helps develop resistance against external stress factors. Once body and mind are freed from constant overload they are at ease and perform more efficiently.
“We rarely take notice of the the impact that the world has on us, and we have on the world. It is time for everyone to experience universal love and energy.”
Prana, the all-encompassing life force within us
Personal and Global Wellbeing
In the words of Alan Watts, “What do you desire?”, “Who are you?” – The world is spinning at such a pace that we lose track of who we are and what we want. Depression, anxiety & stress have become the new norm. It is time for us to change, to find our inner and higher self. To lessen our impact on earth.
We are the generation to change, and we can only achieve this, through self enlightenment.
Spreading the Prana inspired
RAISING A BLACK DOG
by Monet Tiran
Monet Tiran supports mental health awareness with “Raising a Black Dog,” a brave and authentic guide to creating a fulfilling life in spite of the threats the modern and often relentless world throws our way, ferocious black dogs included. Covering a span of twenty years worth of experience and research, forty-nine countries and more than a million miles, Tiran’s story rolls along like a sturdy train, leading us in the end to a treasure chest of spiritual and practical tools. Read Tiran to understand how depression stalks its victims and how, in learning to heal from and cope with this very common and deadly disease, we can discover how much more there is to life than meets the conventional, ambitious eye.
Transforming suffering into tangible acts of hope.
Hard on Karma Publications
The Heart Cave
Episode 1 – 10 Jan
1,2, Me; & you’ll finally understand
Episode 2 – 19 Jan
Buddha’s Four Noble Truths
Episode 3 – 26 Jan
All it takes is a little faith
Episode 4 – 9 Feb
Ready to Make a Change?
Are you a change-maker? Start spreading your prana.