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Posts by Larisa Stow

Kali, How She Supports My Authenticity, and the “Chamundayei” Mantra

When I was a kid, people nicknamed me “Pollyanna” because I consistently focused on what I considered ‚Äúthe positive.‚ÄĚ But over time, I came to realize that I was sacrificing my authenticity to maintain this positive front.  I was afraid of rocking the boat — I always wanted to be seen in the highest golden light. Underneath that big smile,…

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Seeing the Light

This is the empowering reality Gandhi discovered and lived for.
Now it’s our time, our opportunity to share this liberating consciousness.

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Rise

The sky is falling, the sky is falling
into the fire of fate and transformation
into our arms of transmutation

The earth is rising, the earth is rising
to kiss the eye of the sentient night

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The Dragon’s Gate

The Koi instinctively swim upstream. The bravest, seeing a waterfall, continue up the wall of water till they reach the top of the threshold called the Dragon‚Äôs Gate…

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World Music Award Goes to…

Larisa Stow & Shakti Tribe created quite a sensation with their stirring rendition of the ‚ÄúThe Lord‚Äôs Prayer‚ÄĚ in Aramaic, which took the audience on a camel ride through the desert…

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Can We Fall From Grace?

Why do we expect perfection from our teachers, our leaders, our role models? Is it because we expect perfection from ourselves? And what does this expectation bring into our lives? More love… or more fear?

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