Divine Feminine and Flamenco — you love it all. Guess what? Granada has it all! And with a fire that’s sure to have you ultra-excited. Trust me, you’ll fit in perfectly with the exotic hot melting pot of this ancient Labyrinth city.“There's no fate worse than being blind in Granada.” — Ancient Spanish sayingWant To Know What Not To Miss Out On In Granada… Keep Scrolling 💋1) The Alhambra Palace, Citadel and Albacyin. Moorish poets described the Alhambra as “a pearl set in emeralds,” people are known to cry on entering the gardens described as the closest thing to heaven on earth, and many believe it should be one of the 7 wonders of the world. Below, The Alhambra is a mini mecca of moorish / Moroccan labyrinth of bazaars full of exotic teas, oils, lamps and fabrics - not to be missed!2) Flamenco! It's everywhere! Classes, shows, people just bursting into song and dance on the street! Climb up to the most incredible view point in the city - The Mirador of San Nicolas, and find boho musicians jamming, clapping, ole's Spanish guitars and outbursts of flamenco set to a stunning backdrop of the Alhambra and Sierra Nevada, all for free!3) The Hammam De Andalus. Some say this is the best Hammam in the world. Now, I haven't been to every Hammam in the world, but I've seen a few across the globe and nothing comes close. Think Moroccan princess bathing in the Alhambra and being massaged all over in hot Pomegranate and Amber Rojo oils and you've got it!Hola! I’m Tiffany Crosara, co- founder of The AstroTarotFlamenco Goddess in Granada retreat.Since I was kid, Tarot and Astrology called me, you'd find me buried beneath the pages of my favourite zodiac book or playing with cards rather than Barbie and Ken.Fast forward to adult life and I'm teaching Tarot in London's West End when a spirit full of life flew through the door and into my arms! Natalie Solgala Kaz left that day knowing she'd be moving to Spain to pursue her dream of being a Flamenco dancer - now her teachings are 1 of the top ten in Granada. Little did Natalie and I know that day that our destinies were entwined with each other and this magical land, but almost a decade later when my own underworld hit it was Granada that held me for a 16 month passage before I returned home transformed. Although that time was tough, I still miss this magical city of depth, heart and soul to this day. Granada, in Andulucia, is home to Flamenco and so much more, it's history is a melting pot of fiery culture, from the first kabbalists to Jewish, Catholic and Muslim - it's name means Pomegranate - the mystical fruit of the underworld. So if you feel your divine feminie calling you to be a Goddess in Granada and discover the depth of your passionate soul don't leave it to pass you by.Ole?!
You’re craving for culture, purpose, connection and knowledge within — makes Bath an excellent choice! Given downtime, you can likely be found marvelling at the ancient ways of the world… Why not do that where the Romans built a sacred temple of healing and divination?A stunning World Heritage city, built from Sandstone you can feel it's past (and sometimes see it too) walking the cobbled streets. Jane Austen, William Willberforce, William Hershaw who discovered Uranus here, heck there's even an Astronomers Museum! Not to mention the ancient Baths and the rooftop thermae spa which uses the same mineral packed source of Sulis Minerva's healing waters. Whether it's art, literature, or history, that floats your boat Bath is sure to inspire! Picture yourself oohing and awing your way through the ornate period architecture. Think it’s too good to be true? it’s perfect for you!"I really believe I shall always be talking of Bath, when I am at home again–I do like it so very much…. Oh! Who can ever be tired of Bath?" Jane AustenWant To Know What Not To Miss Out On In Bath? Keep scrolling Bathonian Goddess! 💋1) Number 1 of course HAS to be The Roman Baths of course! Bath's ancient Roman name is "Aqua Sulis" meaning water goddess! Sulis is the ancient Celtic Great Goddess of Clarity and Healing Waters, her presence is said to reside here in the sacred hot springs. When the Romans landed they blended Sulis with one of their nine Muses, Minerva, Goddess of the arts, wisdom and strategy. They built the Roman Baths in honour of the Goddess and as a Temple of Sacred Healing and Divination - a MUST see, but DO NOT SWIM! It's ancient green algi makes it illegal! But....2) The Thermae Spa has you covered! With it's three level channeling of the same sacred source that's bubbling up to the surface naturally here in Bath, downstairs it's all floaty zen, all hot and steamy in middle and bubbling up on the rooftops - an incredible place to watch the sun go down.3) The City! The whole of it! As a listed world Heritage city, made of the same stone as Buckingham Palace, it's blighty at it's best in a world of decadence, stroll through Sydney Gardens behind The Holborne Museum up on to the canal, back down to the river, take a boat to the weir, oh and don't forget Victoria Park and heaven forbid forgetting The Royal Crescent and The Circus!1) Number 1 of course HAS to be The Roman Baths of course! Bath's ancient Roman name is "Aqua Sulis' ' meaning water goddess! Sulis is the ancient Celtic Great Goddess of Clarity and Healing Waters, her presence is said to reside here in the sacred hot springs. When the Romans landed they blended Sulis with one of their nine Muses, Minerva, Goddess of the arts, wisdom and strategy. They built the Roman Baths in honour of the Goddess and as a Temple of Sacred Healing and Divination - a MUST see, but DO NOT SWIM! It's ancient green algi makes it illegal! But....2) The Thermae Spa has you covered! With it's three level channeling of the same sacred source that's bubbling up to the surface naturally here in Bath, downstairs it's all floaty zen, all hot and steamy in the middle and bubbling up on the rooftops - an incredible place to watch the sun go down.3) The City! The whole of it! As a listed world Heritage city, made of the same stone as Buckingham Palace, it's blighty at its best in a world of decadence, stroll through Sydney Gardens behind The Holborne Museum up onto the canal, back down to the river, take a boat to the weir, oh and don't forget Victoria Park and heaven forbid forgetting The Royal Crescent and The Circus!Click the button below to go to Bath!
Home is where the heart is…for you there is simply no place like your own humble abode, it's your sacred temple...Surrounded not just by creature comforts but everything that feeds your heart, soul, mind and body, from Crystals to Cacao to Tarot and Herbal Teas :) What's the point of leaving?! Especially these days when bringing the world to you instead, is easier than getting on a plane, or heck even set foot outside the front door!You see you are an introvert, you love your own space, silence, communing with nature and spirit, listening to your own thoughts and tapping into your deep internal and eternal creative nature, and here's how that can become even richer...You've found a little haven of magic and here, i'm about to tell you about something that can make it EVEN MORE MAGICAL! I’m Tiffany Crosara, Boho CEO of The Multi Award Winning Transformational Truth of Tarot...I am the queen of knowing how to take you on an internal journey that will blow the rooftop off (only your mind don't worry) as synchronicity, magic, inspiration, creation and communication from the divine come pouring in - moving mountains within you but you don't need to move at all!Sound intriguing?Find a whole new world of Miracles happening from the comfort of your home
You're an... Ancient Earth Goddess destined for the land of the Celts
Nothing makes you feel more at home than super - natural nature, your dream day is getting lost in the twists and turns of whimsical woods full of ancient stone circles — you love it. Guess what? I know where your soul would love to go! West Penwith in Cornwall, has no less than 500 Megaliths in it's tiny 8 mile peninsula. With an ancient fairy mount that marks where two major leylines meet, the only telecommunications that exist here is telepathy. “The Devil come to Cornwall but what he see makes him flee.” — Cornish saying“Forget not that the earth delights to feel your bare feet and the winds long to play with your hair. Out of suffering have emerged the strongest souls; the most massive characters are seared with scars. Ever has it been that love knows not its own depth until the hour of separation. Let there be spaces in your togetherness.Yesterday is but today's memory, and tomorrow is today's dream." ― Khalil GibranSo…Dear Goddess. Welcome to WEST PENWITH… LAND OF THE GODDESSCornwall has one of the most intensive prehistoric landscapes in Britain, and the tiny peninsula of Penwith has the highest amount of megaliths in Western Europe. This ancient untouched land buzzes from no less than five hundred Bronze Age sites!Want To Know What Not To Miss Out On In West Penwith… Keep Scrolling 1) Stone Circles, Megaliths and St Micheal's Mount. The major Leylines of Micheal and Mary cross under the mount, which forms part of the rainbow seprent ( energy circle ) within the earth connecting the ancient sites right down to Uluru and back, it's said if an aborginal plays a didge at Uluru the Mount hears it. Get a boat across when the tide is up, walk back when the tide is down. Hire a car (you'll need it) there's just way too many stone circles, and ancient megalithic sites to see off the beaten track2) Lamorna, Porthcurno and St Ives. On your way drive through Lamorna Valley for a proper fairy glen immerson, then on to an evening Sunset theatre play in the cliffs at Porthcurno Bay, and a mini vacation in St Ives home to stunning beaches, cafes and littered with art galleries full of painting by inspired artists in this land of special light3) The ultimate... Inbetween that come back to Lamorna to nestle down for Celtic Goddess Stone Circle Transformational Truth of Tarot Retreat. In a mound in the garden, half hidden amongst bluebells, ferns and foxgloves, the Boleigh Fogou lays, considered to be one of the best remaining monuments in Cornwall. This iron-age man made underground cave has survived 2000 years. The word ‘fogou’ is derived from the Cornish word for cave – fogou - and indeed these fantastic constructions do not occur anywhere else in England. Now many people visit the fogou to experience for themselves the tremendous power it holds, and feel the presence of the ancestors of this ancient land. Connect with your super natural nature . Experience the healing powers of the ancient standing stones you are an earth goddess after all!
You are a passionate soul driven to live your live to the absolute fullest. There is nothing worse than feeling you came here but didn't realise your full soul's potential, but it feels like a distant star outside of your reach.You’re sometimes plagued by a sense that something is wrong. Regardless of your external life, you feel 'not OK' inside. This can impact your relationships, your work and in one way or another 'feels like' it dictates the course or state of your life. ‘Okay, I’ve had enough of this pain. I’m ready for my life to change.’ You’ve been waiting a long time for a teacher whose teachings penetrate into your soul with the same depth of compassion that tarot does. A teacher who can take the wisdom and gifts that tarot offers you, and launch you into a deep connection with yourself, the universe, and others. That teacher is yourself.You are curious. You want answers. But your questions remain unanswered because life is, umm, so darn complicated.You can achieve anything with the right guidance and mindset. Mastermind with me and feel the power of divinely guided tarot in your life.Although they may look quite ordinary, tarot hold extraordinary wisdom and provide a clear insight into your emotional well-being, spirit guides, inner wisdom, intuition and spirituality. There is a small party of us who are drawn to the tarot. But we feel that as deep as our need is, there’s much more to this than meets the eye. We are often left wanting more from tarot, yet don’t know where to find it. Lost in the hubbub of never-ending spiritual gurus and advice-givers, we sometimes feel like we will never find what we’re looking for.Tarot when worked with as a mirror, the ultimate self-development system. But it’s not a walk in the park. You need to work at it. Take the time to work on yourself, find out more about who you are and what you want. You have to be brave enough to look within and strap yourself in for a rollercoaster ride of revelations and realisations. You might feel uncomfortable, vulnerable – even scared at times. But this is the only way you will uncover your real self and who you really are underneath the masks and mental traps holding you back from your life of freedom. If you’ve got courage...