Avondale Retreat provides an amazing space to unwind, get away and attune to your true nature. This wonderful article (which appeared in our Winter 2019/20 issue) by founder Helen Holt offers a beautiful description of the driving force behind the Retreat’s offerings: helping people to feel Alive, feel Loved, and to Belong. Read on to learn all about it.
Here at Positive Life, we have long been huge fans of the renowned vegetarian restaurant, Cornucopia. So when we heard they were releasing a new entirely vegan cookbook called The Green Cookbook, we just had to feature them in our Winter 2019/20 magazine! The article below appears in our ever-popular Short and Sweet section.
We love this article by Judy Satori, which appeared in our Winter 2019/20 issue. Here, she speaks about the value of cultivating gratitude, and how the presence of Mary Magdalene as one of her guides helped her with this.
We are huge fans of Creacon Wellness Retreat here at Positive Life, and in our Winter 2019/20 issue, we were pleased to feature them in the ever-popular Short and Sweet section. Read on to learn all about the amazing retreats, food, classes and other services they offer.
We were thrilled to interview the renowned Shaman Durek for our Winter 2019/20 issue, and we think his wisdom and insight into some of the world’s most pressing problems is unparalleled. Check out the article below!
One of the many fantastic changemakers we featured in our Winter 2019/20 issue was Natalie Balmond, founder of sensitive skincare company Balmonds. She discussed how she first began to make soothing creams and lotions to help her daughter Lula overcome eczema, and how Balmonds has gone from strength to strength ever since!
We are thrilled to bring you the latest instalment of our Positive Vibes newsletter, featuring some of the best and brightest picks from the holistic world this season! This appeared in our Winter 2019/2020 issue – click here to find your nearest stockist, or subscribe to receive a copy direct to your door.
Want to learn more about what 2020 has in store, from a numerological perspective? If so, we highly recommend this article from Jai Kartar Kaur Mohan, which appeared in our newly released Winter 2019/20 issue. You can read the full magazine by picking up a copy in your local stockist or subscribing to receive one direct to your door.
Wisdom in Numbers
Step into truth in 2020
by Jai Kartar Kaur Mohan
The beginning of a new year is a time for re-evaluation and goal setting. It’s a good time to take stock of how you are using your energy. What transformation do you require to get from where you are to the most authentic version of who you are? To get a clearer picture, let’s contemplate what the years 2019 and 2020 have to offer from a tantric numerology perspective.
The energy of the numbers 3 and 10 have been the dominating energies in 2019. These numbers relate to the Positive Mind and the Radiant Body. The Positive Mind is what we need to overcome obstacles, and to have the willingness and enthusiasm that’s required to step into the unknown. The Radiant Body reflects the radiance of your soul. It lets you use the light of your soul to illuminate yourself and the world around you. The Positive Mind and the Radiant Body, when combined, foster self-belief, self-trust, and entitlement. 2019 provided a platform to learn the lessons of courage, positivity, and empowerment, in one way or another.
The numbers two and four will dominate in 2020. Both of these numbers relate to aspects of the mind. We needed to harness the Positive Mind in 2019. We need to address the other two aspects of the mind, the Negative and Neutral Minds, in 2020. When all three aspects of the mind are unified, we have the capacity to fully develop thought processes, thereby evolving both individual and collective consciousness.
The Negative Mind plays the role of a supporting actor in 2020. It encourages you to be analytical, discerning, and cautious. The shadow side of the Negative Mind dwells in fear and indecision. Alternatively, you can use the light of its discriminating nature to make informed decisions that compel you to take action. The Negative Mind indicates the need to overcome the inertia and indecision in order to step up to the challenge.
The featured player of 2020 is the number four, relating to the Neutral Mind. It is aware of the long-term effects of your decisions and takes the repercussions of your actions, or lack of action, into consideration. The Neutral Mind clears karma by understanding the cycles of cause and effect. Its omnipresent nature encourages the expanded consciousness of ‘we’, rather than the limited consciousness of ‘me.’
The Neutral Mind fosters what is known in ancient yogic texts as ‘man’. Man is the experience of the mind, heart, and soul, joined together to create higher consciousness. When the forces of our mightiest tools are united, with the intelligence of the mind, the compassion of the heart, and the truth of the soul, we are able to overcome the perils of time and space.
It is time for humankind to take responsibility. We tend defer to authority figures and existing structures to handle the complexities of economic, sociological, and political circumstances. It is time for us to take individual responsibility for our actions. We must consider the effect before we cause it to happen. Take your place as a human rights advocate, a conscientious consumer, or a guardian of this planet. It is time to engage in long term thinking, rather than revelling in the distraction of immediate gratification.
2019 has encouraged you step into your personal power and truth. 2020 is all about exercising it for the greater good.
Jai Kartar Kaur Mohan is a Kundalini yoga teacher, Kundalini yoga teacher trainer, yogic numerologist and Naad yoga specialist.
This Thursday, we are hosting the amazing ‘natural rebel’ April Danann at Positive Nights, for a revolutionary talk on climate change, ascension and shifting our consciousness. We are marking the occasion by sharing this short but beautiful piece she wrote on the nature of love, which appeared in our Winter 2019/20 issue. To read the full magazine, pick up a copy or subscribe.