“The centre of our being is not the mind, but the heart. It is within this centre that we touch the inner sanctum of our being and can experience what the sages of old have given many names: the presence, the beloved, God and the All That Is.” – John L. Payne (Shavasti)
“When we are grounded in our body and present in the moment, we can let go of all notions of good and bad, which then gives us the opportunity to experience the depth of our own being” – John L. Payne (Shavasti)
In working with several thousand family systems, Bert Hellinger has uncovered what he describes as the age-old Orders of Love, which are deeply embedded in the unconscious of family groups. This forgotten knowledge, rediscovered and refurbished, is so compelling that it can change people’s lives. Disturbances to the Orders of Love in previous generations will […]
It has been said that often the heart must break in order to open and that our suffering has been the fertile ground upon which our compassion has grown and our heart has blossomed.