Green Plant
To view life in true Holistik form
is to experience maximum awareness.
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Out of acute awareness that we are at a critical moment for humanity, our intention was born . . . to expedite the evolution of the individual, thereby helping to manifest the next paradigm and inspire people “Holistik Living” worldview.

 

"Holistik Living” exists to facilitate deep spiritual and cultural experiences, provide training for living in maximum awareness and teach practices for healing the body, mind and spirit.  

 

We initially focus on sharing practices of movement, healing and social attitude evolution – rooted in the disciplines of art, dance, yoga, chant, meditation and natural health expansion. 

Holistik Living has its foundation in the term Holism, which comes from the Greek word holos, which was coined in South Africa in 1926 by Jan Smuts and means unity, totality. It is a way of conceptualizing reality in which, to address individual parts of our reality, we consider its place as one of all parts of a greater whole and interact accordingly. The holistic adjective denotes the meeting point of these fragments.  The system considers the universe and the elements that compose it.

 

Humanity had its beginnings conceptualizing holistically.  It was not until a few hundred years ago that rationality became the pillar of human development. Science and specialization fragmented perception.

With single-subject study we limit and reduce our experience.  The truth is that “I am a molecular physical being, a biological being, an emotional being, a thinking - cognitive- logical being and a spiritual being. But the truth is also that I am all of those at once”.

The human being is a single whole, fragmented only for the convenience of the observer, who thus can grasp and understand from their experience and past bias. 

 

Holistik Living sees the study and development of the self as a whole.  With a dynamic systems approach, the trans-dimensional energy will have a loving effect on education, health and social action.