“Your sacred space is where you can find yourself again and again.” – Joseph Campbell
Welcome to the December 2018 edition of Parvati Magazine.
As the sun moves further away from the Earth and the days grow shorter, we are living in a dark time in more ways than one. There is an undoubtable prevalence of global suffering, as in the increase in radical groups that seek to kill and destroy—but also in the polarized and reactive nature of our society in general.
Yet amidst the storm, there is a growing effulgence of luminosity. I can feel it so palpably when I turn my focus to that which is eternal. There is so much pain and so much grace available to us in this unprecedented time. What we choose now affects how we experience this moment, and determines what our future brings.
For this world to be a sanctuary, we each must cultivate our own inner sanctuary of presence and peace. In this month’s issue, find out how to do just that as we speak with Marcus Nobel of United Earth, award-winning singer Deva Premal, the “Last Strongman in Africa” John McGrath and the candid and internationally acclaimed yogi Kino MacGregor. Hear from Yogis Unite ambassador Tias Little about yoga’s profound connection with the environment. All this and much more!
As you choose the light of your own true nature, you light the light of hope, interconnection and grace. You ignite your passionate fire that fuels the joy of your being. You open yourself to a field of possibility far beyond what you could know staying small, feeling disconnected and alone. As you choose your light, you inspire others to do the same. In this way, the courage to make a healthy choice benefits not only your life, but all of life. You become a beacon of love for all beings, everywhere.
Love our world.
We are one Earth family.
I get a snapshot of world politics as I move through each day: captions in newspapers and on magazine stands, conversations on social media, and through the atmospheric vibration I
United Earth is bringing people and nations together - shaping a sustainable future for our planet. Founded by Claes Nobel, grand-nephew of Nobel Prize creator Dr. Alfred Nobel, the not-for-profit
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