Kālachakra – wheel of time 

«O Knower of every thing! Thus, without Jñāna (knowledge, wisdom) Mukti never comes to men, wandering in this wheel of Time (Kālacakra) composed of the three Guṇas» (Devi Bhagavata Purana, 1.24).

Kālachakra is the wheel of time, therefore the revolution, the movement of time (in India there is a circular convention of time). More generally it can indicate the vicissitudes of life or even the wheel of fortune.

This beginning of 2020, Capricorn, is not just the beginning of a new year, it’s not just your birthday, it’s the beginning of a new cycle as Jupiter just entered your sign. A year of good news that will mark a period of 12 years. Jupiter could go hand in hand with Uranus and give you those changes that you wish so much. Certainly destiny and fortune matter, but you must have clear ideas: if you do not make clear what you really want, if you do not overcome certain wounds that block you on your way, if you do not let go of old structures, it will be hard for change to arrive!


Kurma-āsana, turtle pose

Relax and let your mind free, see where it goes, perhaps it reveals something of your deep desires.

Run it every night for up to two minutes. You can also use a support to rest your forehead.

Awareness exercise

Think about what you want. How would your life change if you got it? Think concretely what would happen, look at the practical aspects. Repeat this exercise at least once a week.

Mantra of the month

«What do I really want?»