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    May 2014: Feeling Alive (Read the Full Issue)

    Welcome to the May 2014 issue of Parvati Magazine. This edition of Parvati Magazine goes to print on the Easter weekend. I believe that any one of us can be inspired by the grace that occurs during spiritual festivals from our varied and beautiful world traditions. For those who are willing, spring and the time of Easter are rich reminders of the truth that the process of rebirth and renewal is available to us in each moment, if we are willing to soften, open and be present for what is. This month’s articles celebrate the gift of life. Here you […]

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    Parvati Magazine May 2014 cover

    Welcome to the May 2014 issue of Parvati Magazine. This edition of Parvati Magazine goes to print on the Easter weekend. I believe that any one of us can be inspired by the grace that occurs during spiritual festivals from our varied and beautiful world traditions. For those who are willing, spring and the time of Easter are rich reminders of the truth that the process of rebirth and renewal is available to us in each moment, if we are willing to soften, open and be present for what is. This month’s articles celebrate the gift of life. Here you […]

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