April 2015: Manifesting

Welcome to the April 2015 edition of Parvati Magazine

'We create our reality' is a popular phrase in today's New Age thinking. The implication that 'we' are the doers may bolster our sense of being powerfully in charge. But the idea that a self, separate from the whole, is doing the work come at the expense of our inherent sense of interconnection.

Timeless spiritual sages teach us that the 'I' we think to be so solid and real, is an illusion, perpetuated by our perceptions. In reality, we are one with the very fabric of the universe, which is joy.

We experience this essential joy when we feel full and grateful, not when we feel lack, separate or in wanting. By feeling we have enough, we experience the richness of the now. Within this moment, all possibilities arise so that we may find lasting contentedness.

While many of us are busy chasing proverbial rainbows by believing that 'we' created our reality, we fool ourselves into thinking that if we only work hard enough, fast enough, smart enough, or become spiritual enough, we will eventually manifest the life that we want.

May this month's articles inspire you to wisely meet this moment as it is, so you may manifest your fullest, most abundant self.


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Positive Possibilities


Positive Possibilities: Manifest Your Deepest Joy, by Parvati Devi

Image credit: Andrew Dallos Some popular spiritual teachings simplify our vast interconnection within a multidimensional, evolving whole by encouraging us to use our individual will to create our life. I

March 31, 2015



Business: Five Tips for Manifesting Abundant Business, by Rishi Deva

Image credit: Gregory Han Every one of us who owns a business started with a dream to build a thriving and abundant business. Why do some dreams manifest while others

March 31, 2015


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Wellness: Awaken Kinesiology, with Kerry Rowett

This month, Parvati Magazine interviewed Kerry Rowett, an energy kinesiologist in Australia who works with entrepreneurs. Parvati Magazine: What is Kinesiology? Kerry Rowett: Kinesiology is a form of natural therapy.

March 31, 2015
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Arts and Culture


Fashion: Eco Fashion Week

This month, Parvati Magazine caught up with Eco Fashion Week, whose next biannual event is April 19-24, 2015. PMAG: What is Eco Fashion Week and why is it relevant at

April 1, 2015
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