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Lao Tzu a legendary chinese philosophy and writer, credited with forming Daoism one of the two main schools of chinese philosophical thought, wrote a book – ‘The Tao Te Ching’ approximately 2500 years ago.
A global Peace Giant, Thich Nhat Hanh has revolutionised our way of seeing the world through his prayers, philosophy, activism and teachings.
The Pangolin is the worlds only truly scaly mammal.
Peace in every language has the power to transform hearts and minds everywhere.
Marisa is an expert a solving the mysteries of mental anguish for many rock-stars, royals, presidents, politicians, and CEO’s of major international companies for their problems with alcoholism, drug addiction, self-sabotage, anxiety, depression and suicidal behaviours.
Meditation practice is a little bit like baking a cake, it requires certain ingredients placed in the right order, mixed and baked for a set amount of time to get the right result. Without a recipe or the right ingredients, you are likely to end up with mush.
Training yourself to pay attention helps you to finish tasks or get better grades in school, concentration develops your ability to think more creatively, make clear decisions and become the master of your own reality.
Learning to relax and reset the mind and the body is essential for your everyday health and wellbeing.
An ancient meditation tradition dating back 10,000 years, the word Mandala comes from the Sanskrit language and means circle.