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AHIMSA - THE PRACTISE OF NON VIOLENCE

The BEHERE&LOVE focus for this month is AHIMSA which is featured in our new Autumn collection. AHIMSA is derived from the Sanskrit word HIMS which means to strike. Ahimsa is the opposite of this and can be translated as ‘not to hurt, injure or show violence towards another being whether human or animal.’ Ahimsa is compassion and the virtue of living without causing harm. Ahimsa is a non-violence practice that understands and acknowledges actions throughout daily life that corresponds to acts of violence. Whereas negative thoughts correspond to responses like guilt, shame, resentment and undertones of violence, Ahimsa challenges these awakening thoughts and echoes peace, harmony and love. In our words and inner thoughts as well as our actions. Gandhi...

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JAI MA - SALUTE THE DIVINE FEMININE!

JAI MA!  Salute the divine feminine ! You may have heard the term “Jai Ma” at some point in your practice, either used in a mantra, or perhaps just “jai” alone more casually at the start of class. It’s a lovely, simple phrase that calls to mind the creative forces in the universe. And more specifically, our acknowledgement and gratitude to them. Even more interesting, it calls to mind the feminine forces, which not only give birth to new things, but can also effect change in the old ones. “’Jai’ is the modern north Indian pronunciation of the Sanskrit word ‘Jaya’ which means ‘Hail or praise/respect to.’ It can also mean ‘Victory to the good’ or ‘Victory to god.’ 'Ma’...

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BEHERE&LOVE DONATES TO ANIMAL AID UNLIMITED.

You may or may not know but BE HERE & LOVE supports a beautiful rescue animal shelter in India called ANIMAL AID UNLIMITED https://animalaidunlimited.org/about-us/ by donating a small percentage from every top. We are incredibly happy and proud to have been able to donate £500 to them at Christmas!! Animal Aid is a life-changing place for both people and animals in Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.  When searching for a brand to support we found Animal Aid on the internet and it immediately touched our heart. We knew instinctively it was the right charity to support with the brand. Animal Aid has rescued more than 65,000 injured or ill dogs, cows, donkeys, birds and cats to date. The shelter is a life-changing...

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