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    April 2014: Shaking It Up (Read The Full Issue)

    Welcome to the April 2014 edition of Parvati Magazine. As this issue goes to print, I am aware that I am one of many who is ready for spring. Whether you feel snowed in by the seemingly interminable ice and cold, or whether you simply feel overdue for a shift in your life, change inevitably comes when you are willing to let go of the old and embrace the new. As I share in my wellness article this month, prayers are always answered, just not always the way we may think they will be. To welcome the unexpected into your life, […]

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    Welcome to the April 2014 edition of Parvati Magazine. As this issue goes to print, I am aware that I am one of many who is ready for spring. Whether you feel snowed in by the seemingly interminable ice and cold, or whether you simply feel overdue for a shift in your life, change inevitably comes when you are willing to let go of the old and embrace the new. As I share in my wellness article this month, prayers are always answered, just not always the way we may think they will be. To welcome the unexpected into your life, […]

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Positive Possibilities

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Positive Possibilities Living: How Does Change Happen, by Parvati Devi

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Business: Crisis as a Growth Factor

I recently read about the five stages of small business growth in the Harvard Business Review by Neil Churchill and Virginia. L. Lewis. The article discussed the evolutionary process of

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Books: Machaelle Small Wright’s “Co-Creative Science”

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