Where did we come from? Where are we going? What can we do while we are here?
In some moments in life we look up to the sky and question its meaning.
Astrology is the ancient science that studies the behaviour of stars and how that energy affects human beings giving us guidance to live life on Earth.
I never imagined Astrology would bring me the answers to some of the questions I had within all my life, but it did! Basically it gave me clarity about myself and my purpose, contributing to a peaceful state of mind where acceptance and awareness are part of the process.
Stars do affect us. I used to think this was a silly idea, but if you look into quantum physics and the way stars mutually influence each other and the gravity on each planet, it makes perfect sense that all the creatures within that planet are equally affected. In fact, if we think about the moon and how it influences tides, and consider that the sea and human beings are made of water, we can easily understand that the moon affects the waters within people too.
Chi Kung is the ancient science of cultivating health through the coordination of physical movements with breathing, a precious tool to transform emotional states.
I discovered Chi Kung while I was living in Norway and it helped me cope with stress and a demanding lifestyle in a place with a severe climate. Later when I lived in Asia, I learned about different Chi Kung forms and while living in the Kung Fu Retreat I trained and taught Chi Kung daily.
Chi Kung gives me balance and it helps me manage the energetic states I cross with serenity, therefore I love to share its benefits and I even designed a Chi Kung video for daily practice.
Together with the specialist in Astrology Maria João Angélico we concluded that these two ancient sciences could compliment and benefit each other, so we united them with the aim to bring you clarity and serenity while crossing the states of life on Earth. Those who have participated in the Astro Chi Kung Workshop often use words such as “light, tranquility, clarity or peace” to describe what they feel after this experience.