March 2015: Awareness

Welcome to the March 2015 edition of Parvati Magazine

About twenty years ago, I heard someone say that if you are stressed, you are in your ego. At that time, I was identified with the stresses in my life, convinced they were permanent and real. I had no idea what a life with greater awareness would look like. Yet somehow, the words stayed with me and have acted as a backdrop to the ongoing spiritual experiment that is my life.

I now feel closer than ever to understanding what it looks like to live in effortless ease. I have ups and downs, peaks and valleys. But I rest more fully in the understanding that I am part of a deeper, unchanging substratum,the very fabric of life. This has come about thanks to becoming aware of the gifts each moment brings.

This issue of Parvati Magazine is filled with articles about how you can live with greater fullness, ease and joy by cultivating greater awareness of this moment as it is. May it inspire you to live with utmost awareness of the glorious being of love that you are, so that you may shine your light into the world.


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Positive Possibilities


Positive Possibilities: Meeting This Moment As It Is, by Parvati Devi

Image credit: Roy Cheung When I am not on tour, my life is busy preparing to go back on the road. These past months have been full on with new

March 4, 2015


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Community: The Three Rule Ride

If you had to bring all your possessions with you everywhere you go, how big a vehicle would you need? What would be the carbon footprint? What if you fit

March 5, 2015


Andrea Olivera

Beauty: Ayurveda Rituals, by Leanne Wood

Practicing any kind of sacred ritual can bring about awareness and transformation. Be it a puja, guru’s blessing, communion, mantra practice or the like, I’m pretty much game to try

March 5, 2015
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Arts and Culture

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Music: Govinda Sky

This month, Parvati Magazine interviewed Jaya Madhava Das of Govinda Sky. Parvati Magazine: What is your current project? Jaya Madhava Das: The release of our new CD, Ocean of Mercy.

March 5, 2015
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