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Georgia: Seven years ago there was a war

August 08, 2015 Tatjana Montik Report from the unrecognized border Today marks seven years since the beginning of the Russian-Georgian war, a few days blitzkrieg the consequences of which extend far beyond the borders of Georgia and now resound in…

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On (Self-) Control or A way to learn letting go

Have you ever thought about it? Our fear of certain upside-down yoga poses is similar to our fear of, say, a parachute jump or a commonplace fear of shots.   I wonder, if you are afraid of anesthesia. I personally…

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How My Children Led Me to Practice Real Yoga

Or Notes of a Yogini Mother Appeared in: http://www.elephantjournal.com/2014/07/how-my-children-led-me-to-practice-real-yoga-tatiana-montik/ Before my first child was born I practiced yoga for almost five years. I did it diligently and sequentially, devotedly twisting myself into pretzels, drawing bridges and striking swallow poses. I…

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Dolce Vita, Georgian style!

or Kus Tba, the Turtle Lake As in many other nations, the Georgians live well in their own national contradictions. It shows, for example, in their attitude to the physical activity. On the one hand, Georgians clearly are not inclined…

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Georgia: Country of Love

Country of Love This story deals with my initial experience in Georgia. At that time, we were living in another house, and I felt rather fresh and eager for new challenges. So this story is, let’s say, about Georgia as…

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In my next life, I will be born in Georgia!

  If I could choose where I can be brought to this world again and as whom, I would, without any doubts, choose… Georgia! There are several sound reasons for that; below are only some of them: First of all,…

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Challenge your body to know your mind!

Sometimes we feel exhausted and absolutely worn out, but we hardly notice that often all this comes from our emotional lives. What could we do about it? I would like to share some of my own experience. Who knows, you…

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