Tantric Goddess radiates love, independence, wildness and justice. This way to stop inequalities between men and women is to have men that worship and respect the divine feminine, not as an object of distraction and pleasures but to support the She in order to let the creative powerful energy bloom in full radiance.
As i left Thailand, I also completed a new cycle from Spring to Fall and embraced all the lessons and experiences learned during this time again.
I went on 2 years without buying anything new and learned how toxic our need for possessions is.
My life is a journey of amazing experiences and also a path of challenges which help me to build what I am mean to be. It is beautiful, exciting and messy. It is like the most incredible movie I never watched, and being the heroin as well as the Director, writing the scenes – changingLire la suite « My Life Adventure »
Since my goodbye to Portugal, many things has happened and I am back in India again (it is my 3d visit this year). I am finally at the right place, and it seems that my efforts are paying off. I am at an Ayurvedic village in Kerala. Compare to other retreats where i have been,Lire la suite « An Ayurvedic step into action »
I used to think that feminine energy was not as powerful as masculine few years back and was tapping into my yang to perform impossible things. Until I discovered the power of being softer with others and naturally me, especially in moment when people made tiny cracks in my heart. I started giving forgiveness effortlessLire la suite « My yin and yang explained »
My footprints has stopped in the Himalayas to move all the way to Portugal. My Family’s land – My Father’s roots. It is funny how much things are going your way, when you live according to your purpose and also when you carry JOY within. Nothing can remove the best of you when you ownLire la suite « Made it to Portugal, teaching yoga for surfers »
The moment I arrived in Vashisht, I knew I was in the right place, I knew that was the feet of the master. I really enjoyed my solitude moment in the mountains, unlike the Alps or other mountains, those one are not just beautiful but also alive and giving a peaceful vibration. In silence, theLire la suite « At the feet of the Masters – the Himalayas »
Pour arriver à Dharamsala, j’ai du prendre la meme route dangereuse qui m’avait conduit à Chopta, mais en sens retour, jusqu’à Rishikesh. Etonnement, j’ai apprécié la route retour en transport public, et j’ai réussi à dormir et me relaxer malgrès l’altitude impressionnante des montées et descentes en bus, des routes cassées sur 12 heures, etLire la suite « A la rencontre des refugiés tibétains à Dharamsala »
The way to Chopta follows an impressive never-ending narrow road in very bad condition. We took a public old bus and the bumpy route was scary. Few stretches are very vulnerable to landslides and many rocks are still on the way. The view is beautiful and the altitude is about 2500m all the way, whereLire la suite « Between Rishikesh and Tungnath »