"Eye opening advice that makes you revaluate the way you look at certain things. Elora has allowed me to develop to a level I never imagined. The future is bright"
Thank you Elora for opening my eyes and my heart, because I know now if I live my life mindfully everything else will fall into the place naturally! SO BRING IT ON UNIVERSE!"
"I have been enjoying Elora’s guidance in my spiritual path and personal development for a long time. A journey that Elora has always ensured I made at my own pace, my own terms and fulfilling all my personal needs.
A beautiful community of like-minded humans that gather from all over the world to celebrate, heal, serve and learn the art of transmutation from within. Changing the world one thought and one emotion at the time.
Raw Modern Poetry
An unapologetic self expression where we question convention and our human and spiritual experience. Channeling emotions and thought-provoking ideas in a creative and fun way.
The "Domestic but not Domesticated" idea came about as a "subtle" act of rebellion and self empowerment. Where we remove ourselves from the social conditioning attached to gender, roles and the sense of value and identity that this mental constructions give us. Basically: nothing outside yourself has the power to "make you".
"Domestic but not Domesticated" is a bold act of freedom and personal transmutation of human emotions and experiences.
Stories for Life
I love stories. Who doesn't?.
Stories have the ability to open doors to experiences and lessons that we might not have experienced, but we can relate to. Opening our minds and hearts to new perspectives and lessons.
Stories for life is a collection of stories that I have integrated in my own life and also use in my workshops, working with clients and friends over the years. I find them not only inspiring but also easier to digest that big lumps of intellectual verbiage.
So, put your feet up. Make a nice cuppa. And get ready to reflect and explore new realities that will help you expand your Universe.
And remember... how do you eat an elephant?...
One bite at a time... so...
Once there was a little soul who got very excited one day, ran to God and said, "I know who...
Here we are!... embracing this new full moon during the same day we have a big celebration: Halloween. To that...
The idea of the monkey mind comes from Buddhism. The term has been adopted by yogis to describe a mind that...