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The Ararêtama Mandala

9 months journey of self-development guided by the vibrational essences of the Atlantic Forest

A healthy life requires the ability to respond to different external events, as well as to internal emotional flows, integrating and balancing the experiences on our three centres: the instinctive, the emotional and the mind.

Flexibility and full presence are essential in order to attain this goal.

 

In a gym class, we make a series of exercises in order to work with all the muscle chains of our body. Emotional Fitness works in a similar way as does a gym class, but it is dedicated to the psychic – emotional body.

Based on the Ararêtama Mandala, the system consists of 35 essences, organised on eight levels that allow us to work on several aspects of the personality.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The purpose of this Emotional Fitness program is to awaken areas that are in a dormant state, activating certain aspects, abilities and emotional talents.

With the Emotional Fitness program ‘toxic’ emotions are liberated, blockages fade and unnecessary behaviour is transformed. Your real Self awakens, and what is in alignment with you and what you really can become is amplified.

The Ararêtama Mandala works on the plasticity of our brain through questions and exercises, and predominantly through the essences. Thus, our potential and perception of life can be activated beyond the impositions and programming to which we have been submitted. The neural brain plasticity, a recent discovery of science, consists in the ability of the human brain to be ‘plastic’ and ‘malleable’, able to reactivate or produce new neurons and synapses (connections between neurons), even through adult age. We can expand our abilities, perception and, most importantly, our flexibility, as we deal with situations at any stage of our lives.

Download Free Emotional Fitness Program Manual

Orientation needed for anyone to get started with the program.

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