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LLEWELLYN VAUGHAN-LEE has been on a spiritual path since the age of sixteen. Here he describes how the divine feminine opened up the wonder of love, the heart  and the soul in his journey, especially following his meeting with the woman who would become his wife. A Story of the Sacred Feminine When I was nineteen I met my teacher, a Russian-born woman in her midsixties, recently returned from India where she had been trained by a Sufi master1. Four years later, sitting in her small meditation group, I met and fell......

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Our original nature

DAAJI explores the divine feminine and masculine principles in Nature, Prakriti and Purusha, and the importance of honoring and embracing them both as the complementary currents of life. What was our Original Nature? What...

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The roles of men and women

The roles of men and women

DR VIJI BALASUBRAMANIAN Leadership and Wellness Coach Chennai, India I like to think of myself as a progressive woman, while at the same time I like many traditional aspects of being a woman. Nurturing...

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Yoga

DR H.R. NAGENDRA, Chancellor of S-VYASA University and President of the Indian Yoga Association, speaks about International Day of Yoga and the impact Yoga is having globally. Q: Good morning sir. We would like...

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On being present

  Alka Patel Teacher Essex, UK To be present is to be able to be me. I thought I had to wear many hats and play different roles. But really being myself has made...

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How to be present

DR ICHAK ADIZES takes us into his experience of feeling to be present, and the way it has changed his life. It has been a common message in New Age thinking: be present, stop...

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Presence & authenticity with children

ELIANE SAINTE-MARIE  is the founder of Parenting For Wholeness, creator of the acclaimed Clean Parenting program, author of Clean Parenting – The Peaceful Parent’s Essential Handbook, and mother to three wonderful adult daughters. Here...

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3 questions on digital detox

3 questions on digital detox

Ravi Ravendran Retired Project Director, Wellington, New Zealand In the early ’70s, when I went to London to further my studies, telephone calls were so expensive that I only managed to speak to my...

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It’s time to unplug!

In the era of constant technology, MEGHANA ANAND calls for some digital detox, and shares her ideas on how we can remember to experience the old-fashioned human forms of communication in our disconnected-connected world....

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COLLECTOR'S EDITION 2017