Articles

by Mark Berkery
03/09/2018

The first time I sat on a horse I was between the age of 2 and 3 years old. She was a big chestnut mare and I can vividly remember the warmth of her body down along the inside of my short legs, my little hands holding the top of her mane, with my uncles steady hand at my back.

by Marta Fabregat
01/08/2018

For years I have been distracted in the investigation of the use of language; the meaning of a word, how many different ways can it be interpreted in a particular culture and subcultures, how it is received and under what conditioning circumstances, how it is used and for what purposes, the deepe

by Vicki Noble
02/07/2018

Tarot Cards have been used in the West as a divination tool for centuries; it is thought they were carried from India into Europe by Gypsies during the Medieval period.

by Kate Curtis
04/06/2018

Chigong means “energy work” and is the basis behind the power of many Martial Arts including Kung Fu and the more subtle form of Taichi. The practice of Chigong develops internal strength and energy.

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04/06/2018

The sun crested the horizon as mist rose from the wet road, creating a mysterious haze. The countryside around us consisted of thick bush interspersed with open grassland. Occasionally, MaMngwevu pointed to a plant and mentioned its qualities.

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