Arts/Culture Category

Parvati-Voice-for-Change-MAPS
Parvati sat down with Cashbox Canada recently to discuss music, MAPS and making a difference. They graciously agreed to allow us to share part of the article here. Whether it is by working alongside the United Nations, convincing global leaders to shift to sustainability or touching the hearts of the world through the pop music mainstream, Parvati is the voice of change. Parvati sings and produces lushly layered dance-pop music and electronic soundscapes, created in her Toronto-based studio. Her single “I Am Light”, released in 2016, boldly weaves sparkling lyricsRead More

Posted On February 17, 2018By Parvati MagazineIn Arts/Culture, March 2018 - Imagination, The Trust Frequency

The Trust Frequency

“We are One and we live in the Now, in a conscious loving Universe where there is only Love. The unconditional nature of that Love means it gives us everything we ask for. […] The true, abundant, joyful nature of the Universe is available to anyone who chooses The Trust Frequency.” – Andrew Cameron Bailey and Connie Baxter Marlow Parvati Magazine is dedicated to a healthy world. Every month, our all-volunteer production team brings high quality content for you to enjoy. Our hope is that you find something within theseRead More
Labelled the “People’s Pontiff” by Vanity Fair Magazine, Pope Francis has charted a new path for Catholicism in the 21st century and is a consummate model for humility and compassion. It is these traits and his ongoing support for taking action on climate change that made me eager to dig into his newest book, Happiness in this Life: A Passionate Meditation on Earthly Existence. The English translation is brought to life by Oonagh Stransky, in her second translation of a book by the Holy Father (the first was The NameRead More
From man of the house to kid on the streets, “Saturday Church” shines the spotlight on the challenges a young teenager faces to discover who he is and where he belongs. Luka Kain beautifully plays the protagonist Ulysses, whom we first meet at the funeral of his father. We are then quickly introduced to the rest of the remaining family members. Ulysses’s mother Amara (Margot Bingham), Aunt Rose (Regina Taylor), and little brother Abe (Jaylin Fletcher) are all coping with the loss of the family patriarch in different ways. AmaraRead More
Tiziano Guardini is an award-winning Italian haute couture fashion designer. His designs have been showcased around the globe, including the UK, Switzerland, Beijing, and New York. Tiziano made headlines in the eco-couture scene by winning the Green Carpet Fashion Award in 2017. This month, Parvati Magazine spoke with Tiziano about his success, his inspirations and roots. Parvati Magazine: How did you start in eco-fashion? Did you always have a love for couture and design? Tiziano Guardini: My focus on the environment has always been a constant commitment in every areaRead More
YEM-Yoga as Energy Medicine by Parvati
The following is an excerpt from Parvati’s anticipated book to be released in 2018 on her unique and transformative practice of yoga, “YEM: Yoga as Energy Medicine”. YEM™ provides you with a means to reconnect with life force energy, yoga’s forgotten treasure, and cultivate radiant health on all levels. It masterfully blends classical yoga with chi-energy work to develop life-force awareness through each physical posture. Discover new focus and depth to abundantly increase the potency of your practice and realize your true magnificence. The meaning of yoga as “union”, the weavingRead More
Marcus & Jean Baylor - Jazz and R&B musicians
This month Parvati Magazine spoke with husband and wife jazz duo Marcus and Jean Baylor of The Baylor Project, about their Grammy nominated album “The Journey”, and their life together. Parvati Magazine: I love the name of your record label, Be A Light, which is fitting because this month’s issue is called The Light Within. What does Be A Light mean to you and your work? Jean Baylor: We are people of faith. A big part of who we are and what we try to put out in the worldRead More
LIVARI-sustainable fashion-lysia Reiner
Last winter, celebrity stylist Claudine DeSola introduced actress Alysia Reiner, and designer and Women’s March organizer Tabitha St. Bernard-Jacobs. Together, they formed the zero waste womenswear label LIVARI. Parvati Magazine: How did LIVARI come to be and how do eco-fashion and the Women’s March complement each other? Alysia Reiner: Claudine knew [Tabitha and I] both had a deep passion for the environment and women’s rights. I like to say women and the environment have become endangered species. We collaborated to use the art of fashion as a form of activism.Read More
Ferdinand the bull-Ferdinand movie poster
After a few months of more serious movie-going fare, I thought it would be enjoyable to try something on a more lighthearted note. To add to the fun, I brought along my five-year old son and one of his friends for their candid reviews to add to my perspective on the new movie about Ferdinand the bull.  This animated offering is inspired by the 1936 children’s classic (and possible political statement) by Munro Leaf. The plot was simple enough and stayed mostly true to the source material. Ferdinand the bullRead More
Oprah Winfrey, The Wisdom of Sundays
By now, Oprah Winfrey is more than a household name. She is a bona fide legend, truly the stuff that American dreams are made of: an entirely self-made media mogul, actress, producer, philanthropist and one of most influential people in the world. After ending a 25-year run as the matriarch of the Oprah Winfrey talk show in 2011, Oprah turned her focus to different formats to teach and inspire. Super Soul Sundays was born later that year as an hour-long program on her self-titled television network (Oprah Winfrey Network, orRead More