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Escape routine

I do not believe in resolutions so have not made any so far. Instead, I have drawn a visionboard, which involves cutting random images from magazines and glueing them onto a big piece of vanguard. 2021 has been gentle so far in terms of challenges. Last year was extremely challenging for me, being the year … Continue reading Escape routine

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Day 3 of Suva Retreat – A Global Healing

I releaseI remember the female ancestors who walked the earth before meMy motherMy grandmotherMy auntsWomen of strength and resilienceI channel their energiesAt a timeWhen Gaia is healingUnleashing her angerHer powerHer softnessAs I meditated with millions Via an Ascension Timeline Meditation To heal Gaia Entering the Celestial Stargate We are healingShe is healingAwakening to her lost … Continue reading Day 3 of Suva Retreat – A Global Healing

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Day 2 of Suva Retreat – What will I have for Dinner?

Today is Saturday, it is the weekend already. I have lost count of the days and actually thought today was garbage collection day, hahaha. I woke up quite late and then spent one hour connecting with my Canadian friend from Montreal, Lindsay on messenger video. If there is anything positive that is arising out of … Continue reading Day 2 of Suva Retreat – What will I have for Dinner?

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LOLOMA TANTRA – A Festival of Love, Heartfulness and Egoless Collaboration

Loloma in Fijian means love. Tantra is a sanskrit word which means to "loom and weave”. “The essence of tantra is about being who we truly are; the biggest, fullest, richest version of ourselves. One’s true nature is already free and it’s only a matter of realising this. Tantra is the pathway - marrying spiritual … Continue reading LOLOMA TANTRA – A Festival of Love, Heartfulness and Egoless Collaboration

The Beauty of Doing What You Can With What You Have

Cristian Mihai

Some five hundred years ago, a 26 year old sculptor was given the task of turning a leftover slab of marble into a work of art. Other artists had tried to give life to the stone and had failed, but the young artist took on the contract, determined to shape the marble that others had discarded.

Early in the morning on September 13, 1501, the artist began to work in order to extract his vision from the piece of stone. He carved and carved until he set his dream free.

Later, artist Giorgio Vasari would describe the process as, “bringing back to life of one who was dead.”

In June 1504, the statue, a depiction of the Biblical character David of epic proportions, was installed at the entrance of the city’s town hall. The name of the artist? Michelangelo di Lodovico Buonarroti Simoni, known best as Michelangelo.

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