Look at the them! They go from black to white, from white to black through history. The self-proclaimed holders of the TRUTH and the oligarchs paying them in today's temples, the labs, are as dogmatic as they have always been. They adore their rituals, methods and the robes they wear, (including those in normal suits … Continue reading The Vaxicans’ New Clothes – White Robes
October 2nd was Gandhi's birthday. It’s a lovely day celebrated by yogis and many others to remember the man who personifies Ahimsa, which means non-violence (Sanskrit, from a ‘non-, without’ + hiṃsā ‘violence’). Ghandi realized that in force and violence we all lose. He asked his followers to deal with their anger through prayer and … Continue reading Is This Health Care?
Body + Mind = Life Energy (Prana) -> Water + Riverbed = Flow
Did we lose God or is it only the O we lost in our interpretation of our Gods? Put the O from Nature back in God.www.oliveretreat.comWhen is the O lost in God? From a historic perspective I don't believe the O stayed for very long in all new Gods that appeared every 500 years or … Continue reading Where is G(o)od? – Part 1/3
Of the five elements used in Ayurveda and other ancient schools of life and medicine 'Ether' is an interesting concept for a westerner and largely misunderstood or forgotten as it existed in European ancient schools of medicine too. Today it's often translated to Space but that's not how I translate it. As per Ayurveda, the … Continue reading Ether isn’t “Nothing”
Ayurveda teaches us that we have a set of possibilities since birth which are divided in three equal parts, one third comes from the mom and one third comes from the dad and these would partly be translated as our genes. The last third however comes from the environment we were born into combined with … Continue reading Understanding the Imbalance (Prakriti v. Vikriti)
In previous blog I elaborated on the Gurvadi Gunas, the attributes or properties everything around us has and offers to us in various forms and ways. Some of them might be overwhelming and some will be subtle. In all cases it is good to be aware of these attributes and how they contribute to our … Continue reading Ayurveda – Tastes (Rasa) is Important
Pasteur himself admitted it on his deathbed, after a lifetime of studies of bacteria and microbiome defining them as bad or good: “Le microbe n'est rien. Le terraine est tout. (The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything.)” By terrain, he meant the environment in the body, in which the microbe can thrive when it is unhealthy … Continue reading “The terrain is everything” confirmed again
A student, who as a physiotherapist had learned that each human has one centre of gravity, asked me where that center of gravity was. At the time he was having trouble finding his balance while trying to do inverted yoga postures, such as the headstand or the shoulder stand. Sometimes he also had lower back … Continue reading Where is the center of gravity, as per Ayurveda?
Our little gift to you is a mini-health-day á la O·live Retreat for you to give yourself. A simplified version of our teachings that you could try at home, however without our Mind Detox that is the fundamental part of all health quest where we begin with the crucial questions to understand why we don't … Continue reading A Loving Gift to Yourself