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Ana Forrest yoga-emotional healing-shamanic healing, energy healing, spiritual healing, yoga therapy,
For almost four decades, Ana Forrest has been teaching her unique style of yoga and emotional healing. The strongly physical, internally focused practice is also influenced by Native American medicine. Ana remarks, “I don't teach yoga to help people to transcend. I want people's Spirits to reside in their body. I literally want to help people embody their Spirit, not go through life fragmented." Read More
Ron Korb, world cafe, flute, global fusion, latin
Japanese-Canadian world music flautist Ron Korb is known as the “Prince of Flutes” in Japan and “Dragon Flute” in China. But in addition to the extensive study of Asian bamboo flute music that contributed to his Grammy-nominated 2015 album “Asia Beauty”, he has made a name for himself in several other genres, including jazz, classical and Celtic music, and has played in the soundtracks of hundreds of film and TV series. His latest offering is a Latin instrumental album entitled “World Café”. Parvati Magazine spoke with Ron about why theRead More
terry laughlin, total immersions swimming, ti swimming
Swim coach Terry Laughlin has revolutionized swimming for people everywhere, particularly Tim Ferriss, who featured him a year ago in his book “Tribe of Mentors: Short Life Advice from the Best in the World”.Read More
Freedom, free will, conscious choice
Every human being longs for freedom. We are all familiar with the deep desire for self-determination, but how many of us realize that we are already free? We are born free. We came to this life by the exercise of free choice. It is only our deeply ingrained, culturally imposed assumptions to the contrary that makes us imagine otherwise.Read More
Marc Forster movie, children's story, fantasy film, Ewan McGregor film, tigger, piglet
Amy Kellestine Reviews “Christopher Robin” If summer movies were Olympic athletes, “Christopher Robin” would barely be going home with a participation ribbon. While there is a certain timelessness to the message of never losing your inner child, there isn’t much that works in this version that builds on the classic children’s stories. In fact, I’d happily rewatch classics like “Mary Poppins” or “Hook” for more entertaining and poignant treatments of the same content. In the film, director Marc Forster (“Finding Neverland”) asks us to consider what would happen if ChristopherRead More
Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary, MAPS, pacific island climate change, arctic ocean, Sea Shepherd Conservation Society,
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society and Greenpeace founder Captain Paul Watson, previously profiled in Parvati Magazine, has officially joined leaders like renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall and revered oceanographer Dr. Sylvia Earle in endorsing MAPS, the Marine Arctic Peace Sanctuary. Watson’s passion for marine conservation has been acknowledged with several awards over the years, including being recognized by Time Magazine in 2000 as one of the environmental heroes of the 20th century. He remains an outspoken advocate for marine mammals – whales, seals, dolphins – around the world. MAPS is theRead More
Parvati Magazine October 2108: Transformation
Welcome to the October 2018 issue of Parvati Magazine. We tend to be an externally driven society. Our senses move our awareness outward toward what we see, feel, touch, smell and taste. The information that comes through our senses becomes the foundation for our thoughts. Our thoughts fuel our actions. Our actions form our lives. As the weather turns colder, the days shorten. Nature turns inward and so must we. Potentially attached to our external tendency, we can get hung up on life being a certain way. We can becomeRead More
peace, Napa valley, healing, transformation, rebuild
Heidi Kuhn, creator of Roots of Peace, is on a quest to eradicate landmines and rebuild post-conflict regions – creating livelihood opportunities worldwide. Parvati Magazine: Not only do you demine regions to remove threats to life and limb, you also support economic development by cultivating minefields into farmland. What called you to this work? Heidi Kuhn: In September 1997, following the death of the late Princess Diana, I hosted an event for the Commonwealth Club and [gave] a prophetic toast: “May the world go from mines to vines…” Turning visionRead More
JS health-Jessica Sepel-online nutritionist
Online nutritionist, best-selling author, founder of JSHealth—Jessica Sepel is at the forefront of plant-forward cooking and balanced living. She inspires people to incorporate mindfulness and compassion into their lives with approachable recipes, nutrition programs, and cookbooks.Read More
Sustainable investing, global impact investment network
“Today we can no longer ignore the harsh reality. We need the human ingenuity and entrepreneurial drive that brought us the present to address the environmental challenges that threaten our future.” Ief Winckelmans is a man on a mission. The founder of the global impact investing network Ocean Impact Alliance is a skilled impact fund manager with a passion for protecting the Earth’s ecosystems. We learned how Ief brings together ecopreneurs, a support network and global impact investors to change the world through responsible economic endeavour. Parvati Magazine: Your fatherRead More