Shiva Parvathi




Ardhanarishvara represents the synthesis of masculine and feminine energies of the universe Purusha  and Prakriti and illustrates how Shakti, the female principle of God, is inseparable from (or the same as, according to some interpretations) Shiva, the male principle of God. The union of these principles is exalted as the root and womb of all creation. Another view is that Ardhanarishvara is a symbol of Shiva’s all-pervasive nature.


As the divine remover of obstacles, Ganesha is the older son of Lord Shiva. He is to be worshipped or at least remembered, whenever you begin anything important in life.
“Om Shri  Ganeshaya Namah”. Praise to Lord Ganesha” This is the mantra of prayer, love and adoration. It is chanted to get Ganesha’s blessings for the positive starting of a project, work or to simply offer Him praise.

Watch a part of the collection of Ganesha paintings with music, by Lieve De Brouwer.

Qi – Gong

Chi gong; literal meaning

“Life Energy Cultivation” is a practice of aligning breath, movement, and awareness for exercise, healing, and meditation.

Astrology and the 4 elements


The “four elements” of astrological tradition refer to the vital forces (or energies) that make up the entire creation that is commonly perceived by human beings. The four elements in a birth chart reveal the ability to participate in certain realms of being and to tune in to specific fields of life experience. These elements have nothing to do with the elements of chemistry and in fact transcend them completely. The astrological birth chart is drawn for the moment of first breath, that instant when we immediately establish our lifelong attunement with cosmic energy sources. The birth chart therefore reveals your energy pattern or cosmic attunement to the four elements. In other words, the chart symbolizes the pattern of the various vibratory manifestations that comprise the individual’s expression in this plane of creation.