Author name: Stefanie Antunes

Sacred Earth: An Indigenous Perspective that will change Our Relationship to the Modern World

By Courtney Elmes   Indigenous perspectives have held the balance for eons: the recognition that we are extensions of the Earth; that plants and animals are our relatives; that we are inherently connected to nature. In the beginning days of our Sacred Earth 200 HR Yoga Teacher Training in Guatemala (the first teacher training I […]

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The Bhagavad Gita: A Timeless Guide for Navigating Life’s Challenges

The Bhagavad Gita, often referred to as the Gita, is a 700-verse Hindu scripture that forms a part of the Indian epic Mahabharata. Written over two millennia ago, its teachings continue to resonate with people of diverse backgrounds, cultures, and beliefs. The Gita is a timeless guide that offers profound insights into the art of

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Enchanting Escapes: Experience the Magic of Lake Atitlán, Guatemala

Nestled high in the Guatemalan highlands, Lake Atitlán stands as a shimmering jewel cradled within the embrace of towering volcanoes and lush, terraced hillsides. These sacred lands hold potent energy and wisdom, and it is an honor to be able to visit & immerse in the local culture and ecology. A natural wonder like no

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Soothing pregnancy nausea through Ayurveda

By Dr Sairupa Krishnamurti, N.D and Ayurveda Practitioner Pregnancy is a beautiful journey filled with excitement and anticipation, but for many expectant parents, the early days can be marred by morning sickness.  Nausea during pregnancy commonly occurs in the first trimester. Ayurveda (the ancient system of holistic healing from India/South Asia) offers valuable insights into

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Finding Freedom

Each of us has a journey to meditation. Mine began early, and at the same time not a moment too soon, in my junior year in high school. That was when my Social Studies teacher gave me my first survival tool. He explained that humans were stimulus-response machines. We had buttons other people pressed, triggering

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