Today, we are excited to share a sneak peek from our recently released Summer 2019 issue. Indian mystic Sadhguru sat down with us for a conversation on evolution, his Inner Engineering programme, the yogic path and more. To read the full article, pick up a copy of our new magazine in your local stockist, or subscribe to have a copy delivered right to your door.
Great news, Positive Lifers! Our Summer 2019 issue is hitting the shelves this week, featuring an exclusive interview with renowned Indian mystic Sadhguru, who told us all about his Inner Engineering programme for peace and self-realisation. We also got to chat with Ruby Wax about her latest book, ‘How to be Human’, for which she collaborated with a neuroscientist and a Buddhist monk. The book is aimed at helping you to ‘upgrade your mind as much as you’ve upgraded your iPhone!’ Other highlights include an interview with Judy Satori – Language of Light pioneer – delicious recipes from The Happy Pear twins, an in-depth look at how microbes can heal, and oodles of inspiring content from our regular contributors. Click here to find your nearest stockist, or here to subscribe.
What is ascension, and how can we embody this concept in our everyday lives? We are thrilled to welcome ascension expert Judy Satori to Positive Nights on Tuesday May 14th in the Central Hotel, 1 – 5 Exchequer Street, Dublin 2, from 7.30 to 9.30 p.m.
For our Spring 2019 issue, we were thrilled to interview modern-day mystic and spiritual teacher Devaji, who shared some beautiful words on the nature of love, and how we can cultivate it in our everyday lives. Devaji is visiting Ireland very soon. He will be holding a special Satsang retreat in The Boghill Centre, Kilfenora, Co, Clare, from Friday August 9th to Sunday August 18th. Public Satsang evenings will be held in Dublin on August 6th and 7th, and in Galway on August 8th.
The Vibes section of our magazine is always a real treat, filled with exciting news, holistic products and emerging businesses to watch out for! This edition of Vibes appeared in our Spring 2019 issue.
Peia Luzzi is an American born song collector, write and multi-instrumentalist, drawing inspiration from her ancestral roots of Celtic and Old World European music, and folklore. With the voice of a lark, she dances nimbly between Child Ballads and 17th Ccntury Gaelic laments, to Waulking Songs from Scotland, and old Bulgarian mountain wails.
The Spirituality in the City section of our magazine never fails to move and inspire us. In this edition, taken from our new Spring 2019 issue, six readers tell us what kindness means to them, and how they have experienced it in their own lives.