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Divine Feminine Womb Healing

Posted by on May 24, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Every religion and spiritual tradition speaks of the Inner Feminine. The Hindus call it kundalini, Japanese call it Ki, Chinese call it chi and Christians call it The Holy Spirit. According to the sacred Tantra in the Tibetan Tradition the Divine Feminine is the communion and realization to get to the understanding of the inner dreamer. The Three Stages And Focus Of the Womb Healing Connection To The Heart. Wounded Womb: The most powerful point of the women is the womb according to every old tradition. This power point has been hurt and shut down. Unfortunately women have been unaware of these historic attacks on them. This essential energy of the women apart from the past historic attacks is also wounded on a personal level by sexual abuse, grief, shame, guilt, miscarriages, abortions and hysterectomy etc. Healing The Womb: Through my personal experiences and practices I am now ready to share the journey with other women to understand and awaken the powerful energy. We can recreate the divine feminine once again together by awakening the womb energy. It can be a very long process sometimes but over the years of understanding I feel the end results are very rewarding. The focus on divine feminine energy brings us to a deep state of cleanse .There after the healing process starts .The deep wounds come to a surface of releasing and thereafter enter a state of healing. Power of the divine feminine: Ones the first two stages are embraced we have already entered the process of healing. The womb power rewires the energetic connections within us. This process not only allows our physical bodies to revive, it also helps the energetic bodies to enter into a higher frequency of vibrations which is the divine feminine. At this high point of understanding the divine feminine connection is no longer an external experience. It is the deep experience within us which is a birth right of every women. Now the big question is why do we need to connect to this energy now and are we ready? All of a sudden why do we want to awaken this energy which has been wounded for centuries now? What is the real need of making the divine feminine known again which has been obscured for so long? The simple answer to all the questions is the entering period of the divine feminine is now. I feel a very strong connection to the energy at this stage. In many Vedic and Mayan traditions it is very clearly stated that we have already entered a period where this shift will start to take place. The womb power of women is going to explode with full force and beauty on this earth. Women will start to re own and harmonize with this creative and powerful energy. And at this stage men will have to open there hearts and merge with the divine feminine as it is the future to save this planet. Bhavna...

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Shiatsu And Psychotherapy

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Can Shiatsu support psychotherapy? Dr. Eduard Tripp The answer to the question whether psychotherapy can be supported by Shiatsu seems easy to be given at first, as Shiatsu is founded – finally, as the whole traditional occidental philosophy and medicine – on a holistic approach that understands body, soul and mind as an unseparable unity. A separation between psychotherapy and somatic medicine as we know it in western medicine was totally unknown in the traditional Far East. The energetics of Yin and Yang, and also the manifestations of the Five Transformations include all phenomena – somatic, emotional, mental and social. Everything is connected to everything else, causes everything, influences each other and has its roots in the same causes. Whether such an energetic imbalance manifests in mental or somatic symptoms and ailments does thus not really change the fundamental approach of the traditional treatment. The mental aspect of the Transformations also describes their psycho-emotional side. The Lungs thus stand for sadness and sorrow, the Water (Kidneys) is related to fear and the Wood (the Liver) with frustration and aggression. It would however be quite an oversimplified approach to use Shiatsu as a quasi-psychotherapeutic instrument in such a way as to treat fear by the Kidneys, sadness by the Lungs and aggressions by the Liver. Or we take into account – a bit more differentiated, if one also observes the interplay of the Elements and organs which leads to a symptomatic as depression e.g. – beyond this, whether the symptomatic may (additionally) be caused by a general emptiness. In this case, the unspecific filling and strengthening of the whole organism would be of at least supplementary meaning. Yet still, as tempting as this model appears, experience shows that the treatment in practice is not that easy to handle. The attempt at treating an anorectic patient e.g. simply by the Middle Warmer does, from experience, not succeed. The best herbs are not enough here and the problem is also not easy to be solved with acupuncture. And even if Shiatsu would be a good way (what it is under certain circumstances – at least as a supplement), so it is either the lacking willingness of the patient (treatments are not being started at all or suddenly stopped) or the practitioner suddenly finds her- or himself entangled in an awkward relationship – a phenomenon which has been termed transfer and counter-transfer by psychotherapy. The problem of anorexia that keeps the person who is to be treated “under control”, is not however not being solved by this. It is rather probable that another injury adds to the former experiences (and this possibly also on the side of the Shiatsu-practitioner). On the other hand – and we can also experience this daily in our praxis – Shiatsu also has a strong, mentally balancing, stabilising and enriching effect. The questions that arise in this context are therefore: By what and in which way does Shiatsu work? and How can we support psycho-emotional processes in the best possible way with Shiatsu? By what and which way does Shiatsu work? The first question touches western, especially psychoanalytical/psychotherapeutic scientific approaches and models of explanation, which can be looked at for comparison with Shiatsu. In relation to this it is to be said that there are no considerable empirical...

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Yoga And Lifestyle

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

In the last fifty years Yoga and has moved from the exotic fringe to the mainstream center of our daily lives. It is hard to imagine life without yoga. Every town, no matter how small, will have a yoga studio. For many of us it is how we begin or end our day. Whether it be the physical wellness and mind stilling practice of hatha yoga or reaching deeply meditative non dual states as espoused by Patanjali, most of us have a knowledge of yoga and the positive benefits that can be derived from the various yoga disciplines. Yoga is one of those aspects of life which has been instrumental in giving us a one world view. It is truly a case of east meets west, and in this case, the west has embraced the east. Yoga has arrived just in time to temper the west’s mad rush to progress and development. Now we have a way to find a peaceful spot in the centre of the storm. Yoga is evolutionary. It allows us to take our own personal evolution into our own hands. In this sense it is revolutionary. From yoga has come Ayurveda and Traditional Chinese Medicine. Yoga continues to evolve. As it moves from one culture to another it embraces and integrates into those cultures by providing new processes methods and perspectives. In this way Yoga has become a life style in the west. Chi Yoga is a new perspective. Stretch! Breathe! Meditate! We in the west live such hectic stress filled lives that it is difficult finding and remaining centered. Chi Yoga begins with gentle stretching and moves to breath awareness to encourage relaxation and “ let go”. The last stage of Chi Yoga is to engage in an active meditation such as a Dynamic, Kundalini or dance to throw off the body mind accumulated stress so that one is able to find that rejuvenating sweet spot, that blissful space of non attachment. Bhavna Solecki is a Registered Shiatsu Therapist and is the President of the Shiatsu Therapy Association B.C. She is also the soul Founder and Director of Inner Evolution Healing Center which is dedicated to her own life experiences and self empowerment journey. The center is a space of healing, freedom, creativity to create a sustainable community. Bhavna’s Mantra Be yourself, follow your heart, listen to your intuition and take action. All your dreams will be...

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THE CORPORATIZATION OF YOGA

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

We now live in a nation where doctors destroy health, lawyers destroy justice, universities destroy knowledge, governments destroy freedom, the press destroys information, religion destroys morals, and our banks destroy the economy. So observes Chris Hedges author, journalist, activist and social critic. He may also have said that commercialization destroys truth. We now live not just in a nation, but in a world where everything is upside down. This subversion is also evident with the commercialization and corporatization of yoga. Yoga intrinsically is the path to individual sovereignty, to the transcendence of the material, to freedom from the self. Now with commercialization yoga has become a commodity, something to be bought and sold. Its pure value has lost its allure. It has to be tarted up. It needs marketing gurus. It needs psycho-sexualizing. It needs spin-offs. Profit margins need to be expanded. The juice has to be squeezed out. There is yoga this and yoga that. If you want to market something to the new age community just put yoga in front of it. The marketable accoutrements become fetish while self realization is of no significance. Am I looking svelte in my new yoga gear? Does my aasana look sexy in these pants? Is he/she watching me? The search for truth has been made crass. Truth is not for sale. But you can buy into a lie. Such is the distortional nature of commercialization. As we see the further corporatization of yoga we will be witness to monopolistic dominance. It’s what corporations do best. Bikram Choudhury, the founder of Bikram’s Yoga College of India was one of the first to recognize the commercial potential of yoga. Being no slouch, Bikram copyrighted, trademarked his name, the verbatim dialogue he uses to teach his classes and even specific sequences of yoga poses. Many others are following in his footsteps. Franchises are tendered. An industry is born.Walmart yoga is not far...

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Chi Yoga and Meditation

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 2 comments

Yoga has arrived just in time to temper the west’s mad rush to progress and development. Now we have a way to find a peaceful spot in the centre of Vancouver’s storm. Chi Yoga is a new perspective other types of yoga practices such as Bikram or Vinyassa. We in the west live such hectic stress filled lives that it is difficult finding and remaining centered. Chi Yoga begins with gentle stretching and moves to breath awareness to encourage relaxation and “let go”. Chi yoga and Meditation Silhouette on Beach Infront of Mountains The last stage of Chi Yoga is to engage in an active meditation such as a Dynamic, Kundalini or dance to throw off the body mind accumulated stress so that one is able to find that rejuvenating sweet spot, that blissful space of non attachment. Always remeber to Stretch! Breathe! Meditate!...

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Between 2 Worlds Radio Interview with Bhavna Solecki

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

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Local Artists in Support Of Light of Hope

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

LOCAL ARTISTS IN SUPPORT OF LIGHT OF HOPE AN EVENING EVENT OF MUSIC ART AND CARING INNER EVOLUTION HEALING CENTER Friday, Nov 30th, 2012 6.00p.m to 11.00p.m Vancouver, B.C. The Inner Evolution Healing Center is hosting The Light of Hope Evening Event, a charitable event in support of orphaned and unwanted girls in India. It is an opportunity to take direct action where one can monitor the amazing results of your caring and sharing. Joining us on this evening are Vancouver artist Stacy Sakai, and classical musicians Caussius Khan, Amika Khuwaha, Neeraja Aptikar,Kirti Arneja and Thomas Beckman. These fine artists are coming together to provide an evening of happiness and joy in support of girls who are victims of discrimination, unfairness and inequality, who are unwanted and abandoned. These girls are shunned by their society because they were born girls instead of boys. Your contribution will provide these girls with food and healthcare, clothing and school uniforms. More importantly you will give them hope, that your love and caring will lift them out of their darkness. Your generous donations go directly to two established institutions; the Unique Home for Girls in Jalandhar City and the Jyoti Sarup Kanya Asra Society in Khara near Chandigarh. Raj Arneja Director of Philanthropy for Nanak Foods Inc. is an organizer and the heart of the event Light of Hope. Her charitable work locally and internationally are inspirational. Bhavna Solecki organizer and owner of the Inner Evolution Healing Center is devoted to creating community and cultivating human potential. Stacy Sakai, well known Vancouver artist is generously donating 50% per cent of the proceeds of the evening’s art sales to the Light of Hope Evening Event. Desert Hills Winery of Oliver, B.C. and Nanak Foods Inc. are sponsors for the evening event. Tickets for the event are 50 dollars which includes music, hors d’oeurvres and a complimentary glass of wine. Please visit: www.innerevolutioncenter.com for details in the upcoming event...

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Gypsy Style Networking Event

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Dyanna B. Beautiful! Thank you once again goddess for you dear loving support and grace. Namaste! XO! ♥ Yaaaay!! ♥ ♥ ♥ Love Love! It was so much fun making hair wraps for everybody. What a joy 🙂 Lavender Avenue Thank you Yolanda! It was such a fantastic event and I met so many wonderful people! If you have the chance to you should check the Center out, Bhavna has done amazing work getting it all together 🙂This was a truly enjoyable and inspirational event! So glad to have taken part 🙂 Vida Mas It was a delightful event dear Bhavna. I would very much like to see you again and catch up. I will contact you very soon. These grassroots, healing events are great gifts. Thank you 🙂 Kris McKenna Had a great day meeting wonderful people at todays STREET VENDOR GYPSY STYLE NETWORK EVENT by Bhavna Solecki and friends at the Inner Evolution healing Center- Thank you for having us Social City Networking INC. ladies over! Cant wait to more events! Dana Saunders Thank you so much, Bhavna… I feel amazing! You are such a blessing and have created truly sacred space at Inner...

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Feedback of Healing Day Attendees

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

Tracy Rae Moore– It was an absolutely an amazing event!!! I loved it so much!!! This community is amazing Susan Arum – What a magnificent and powerful day…!!!! Full of LOVE, light, hugs, laughter, tears, healing, sharing and more…Thank you for being a great Hostess….I am so grateful to you and All the Participants, and the New and Beautiful Friends I have been gifted with…Much LOVE Bhavna….and Hope you have a Relaxing and Inspiring Weekend and Holiday……!!!!!!!:) Susan Arum Love you So…thx for your Light, Wisdom, New Friendship, Kind Spirit…..!!!!:) So Happy..Happy We Connected….After seeing just a glimpse of you a few weeks back…the paths cross and the new connection bonded now….Best in NYC….May the Angels Guide and Protect You…and with a Great Mission to Achieve and Unfold Lots on the Journey Ahead……!!!!! Xoxoxo, Susan. Linda Jane Miner – Fantastic Event today. There were so many amazing healers. I was humbled to be in their presence. As usual, I learned so much. Leonora Grande – While I hope to find a way to say more personal thank-you’s, I hope writing a note on this wall will get a message to some of you. What a great event, Bhavna! Thank you to each person I met. I ran out of steam (and my body was hurting) and didn’t get to meet a few other people I wanted to at least say “hi” to, and to learn what you are doing. I had no intention of staying so long, and found th e day exhausting, but could not leave. When I came home, the first thing I did was run a long hot bath to soak in!I imagine many of you were exhausted after the long day you also had. Thankyou for sharing your time and energy. Today, it is already noon, and I have not needed to take a painkiller. Thankyou to each of you. I hope to get to know some of you better in the future. Hope your Sunday is blessed with relaxation. Cress Spicer – Thank you Bhavna…It was an amazing experience to be part of a wonderful community of people.. Moneca Yardley – It was a grand day of creating community…so many lovely people at #innerevolution…thanks Bhavna Solecki for organizing such conscious/subconscious aware...

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The Healing Day Event Photos

Posted by on Feb 17, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

The healing day event was on Saturday, August 4, 2012 and here are some pictures of the...

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