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Tao Time

Tao Time The Dragon’s Teeth Mountains It has been said that a river never looks back. The Lijiang is no exception as it meanders magnificently through the magical karst landscapes of Guangxi province towards the South China Sea. It is here that I dubbed the karst formations that garland the Lijiang, ‘The Dragon’s Teeth Mountains’ […]

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Freedom from Guilt

Freedom from Guilt When we hear the word ‘guilt’ we can often react to it by declaring ‘I have nothing to be guilty for!’ Well yes, in truth there is nothing we can identify as feeling guilty for. Nothing we can identify, no deed that stands out. It is never really the obvious and visible […]

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To whom do you belong?

To whom do you belong? As a result of the many interruptions to the natural bonding process between parents and children in modern industrialised nations, many of us do indeed feel like islands, isolated and in need of objects and external circumstances to give us a sense of who we are. However, that is not […]

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Are you too capable for Love?

By Shavasti We hear the word ‘surrender’ and the admonishment to ‘live in the moment’ all of the time in spiritual circles – even ‘Let go and let God’ – However, for many of us, this is not only a challenge, but it often feels impossible as we’ve been so conditioned to ask –  ‘and […]

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The Law of Attraction and Energy Anatomy

The Law of Attraction and Energy Anatomy As small children we generally come into the world brimming with effervescent, exuberant, vibrant pure positive life force energy. However, there are many circumstances that can dampen, hinder or even detach us from any sense of ourselves as pure essence capable of anything. The circumstances of our conception, […]

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In healing, the wound becomes the foundation for the renewed compassionate human being. There is no magic wand. Our wound never leaves us, it simply becomes a trusted companion through life, gently teaching us compassion – John L. Payne (Shavasti)

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