A hidden and ferocious type of suffering is a mental or physical pain that is stigmatized. It differs from any other pain in that it's not socially accepted to talk about, or feel. The person is left alone with the pain and the resulting self judgment. The feelings are most particularly associated with those we … Continue reading A Ferocious Suffering
This month I did something a little bit rogue. ‘What’s that?!’ I hear you say. Did you drink two bottles of wine to yourself, go out to a bar, climb up onto a speaker and then shout ‘THIS IS HUMAN RIGHTS’ at a bouncer who told you to get down?
Not this time no.
No no my friends, this time I did something really out of the ordinary. I booked myself in for a detox retreat.
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What's really keeping you from…? Join our new Olive Retreats and find out what you need to find out. Let us introduce our new and most caring partners, Nina and Chris, both are formed in the yogi tradition and Chris is an acclaimed Raw Food chef. They embody it in every stretch, every step, every bite and every … Continue reading The Raw Spring Olives
Join our new Olive Retreat! Contact us and we'll send you more information and the program. Has it been so long a winter? Or are you just ready to learn which nutrition is good for you and which is not. Or perhaps you are just ready to lose some weight or float around the pool or … Continue reading March 28th – April 4th: Body & Mind Detox retreat
Connecting means finding homeostasis on the vibrational level through connecting with oneself, other(s), and it's a big (huge) part of healing. It's about allowing to get connected or disconnected, when you need to, on your cellular level as well as on your vibrational. Sometimes you have to disconnect first, then you can re-connect, or connect … Continue reading Disconnect to Get Connected in A New Form!
“Good, gooder, goodest country in the world” - that’s what this index shows us, as Simon Anholt says in this TED-talk. It’s not a Good, better, the best Index, and it’s not a Happy Country Index they have done either. This is an Index that shows which countries do Good in a global perspective. Not … Continue reading The Good Country Index
A common mistake people make, is to assume that if someone is vegetarian, fruitarian, pescatarian (see yesterdays blog) or any other -tarian, that they automatically are healthy, but that's not necessarily true. Someone who eats popcorn and drinks coke could be a vegan. Someone who eats doughnuts and drinks coffee all day is an ovo-vegetarian, or … Continue reading A (Vege)-tarian Isn’t Necessarily Healthy!