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Designed by Steyn Studio, Bosjes Chapel possesses a stunning, sculptural form that emulates the surrounding mountains in a remote part of South Africa. The undulating building is further emphasized by means of a strategically placed reflecting pool. The edge profile and roof shape is a modern interpretation of the baroque "holbol" gable, with a combination of outward and inward curvatures that result in a series of peaks and valleys within the roof itself.
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🏛️ by @steynstudio 📷 by @adamletchfoto .
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Follow @architecture.c for more amazing architecture !!!
  • #architecturecontent
    Designed by Steyn Studio, Bosjes Chapel possesses a stunning, sculptural form that emulates the surrounding mountains in a remote part of South Africa. The undulating building is further emphasized by means of a strategically placed reflecting pool. The edge profile and roof shape is a modern interpretation of the baroque "holbol" gable, with a combination of outward and inward curvatures that result in a series of peaks and valleys within the roof itself.
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    🏛️ by @steynstudio 📷 by @adamletchfoto .
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    Follow @architecture.c for more amazing architecture !!!
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  • Every day is a new day to face ya fears, conquer ya dreams, & live life to the fullest💯
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Live it up babyyyyy💜💜💜💜
  • Every day is a new day to face ya fears, conquer ya dreams, & live life to the fullest💯
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    Live it up babyyyyy💜💜💜💜
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  • I am going to be trying this great tip from 🙏  @selfcarecreature - ☝️Much easier said than done! Need to give your mind a place to rest? Let it rest on your breath! Here is my favorite anxiety-reducing, come back to yourself, hands-on body breathing technique. A video also available on my igtv and written out in my free shift your sh*t guide.
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>>Place one hand over your heart and the other over your belly.
>>Notice the feeling of the rise and fall of your breath.
>>Slowly bring your awareness to the inhale expanding through the belly.
>>Allow it to travel up through the ribs, and lastly into the chest and back.
>>Pause at the top if you can (coughing or discomfort may occur).
>>Exhale through the chest, the ribs, and lastly the belly.
>>Creating an ocean of breath, both in the sound and motion, like waves .
>>Close the eyes to allow yourself to feel more focused.
>>Continue with this practice for a minimum of 30secs per day, for 7 days and see how you notice a shift.
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Where will you carry this practice with you this weekend?? My fav? The bathroom ☺️ in any kind of overwhelming situation? Step away, come back to your 👌♥️ // photo from @spiritual.awakening1 via @bokifide
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Follow me at @mybutterflytheorylifecoaching as we journey down life's rabbit hole together 🐇🙏💕
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I am now accepting one-on-one Coaching please DM me or follow the link in my bio to book a session with me today 💕
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If you are a Life Coach, Counsellor, Energy Healer or practitioner click the link in bio to join the @carlislesupportnetwork Empowering Practitioners group on facebook to meet other like-minded individuals to support and empower each other. We provide mentorship, free counselling to help combat compassion fatigue, provide accountability partners, workshops, continued professional development, help you to run your business, networking, client referral services, all as a free service. We also provide low cost training for courses such as, NLP, REBT, EFT/TFT and many more.
  • I am going to be trying this great tip from 🙏 @selfcarecreature - ☝️Much easier said than done! Need to give your mind a place to rest? Let it rest on your breath! Here is my favorite anxiety-reducing, come back to yourself, hands-on body breathing technique. A video also available on my igtv and written out in my free shift your sh*t guide.


    >>Place one hand over your heart and the other over your belly.
    >>Notice the feeling of the rise and fall of your breath.
    >>Slowly bring your awareness to the inhale expanding through the belly.
    >>Allow it to travel up through the ribs, and lastly into the chest and back.
    >>Pause at the top if you can (coughing or discomfort may occur).
    >>Exhale through the chest, the ribs, and lastly the belly.
    >>Creating an ocean of breath, both in the sound and motion, like waves .
    >>Close the eyes to allow yourself to feel more focused.
    >>Continue with this practice for a minimum of 30secs per day, for 7 days and see how you notice a shift.


    Where will you carry this practice with you this weekend?? My fav? The bathroom ☺️ in any kind of overwhelming situation? Step away, come back to your 👌♥️ // photo from @spiritual.awakening1 via @bokifide
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    Follow me at @mybutterflytheorylifecoaching as we journey down life's rabbit hole together 🐇🙏💕
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    I am now accepting one-on-one Coaching please DM me or follow the link in my bio to book a session with me today 💕
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    If you are a Life Coach, Counsellor, Energy Healer or practitioner click the link in bio to join the @carlislesupportnetwork Empowering Practitioners group on facebook to meet other like-minded individuals to support and empower each other. We provide mentorship, free counselling to help combat compassion fatigue, provide accountability partners, workshops, continued professional development, help you to run your business, networking, client referral services, all as a free service. We also provide low cost training for courses such as, NLP, REBT, EFT/TFT and many more.
  • 4,727 53 16 March, 2019

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  • “Our job is not to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. Our job is to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.” - L.R. Knost
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With World Down Syndrome Day coming up on Thursday (3/21 - to represent three copies of the 21st chromosome that occurs with Down Syndrome), I feel like this is a perfect time to talk about what exactly we are teaching our children as they grow and move through their lives. Compassion. Kindness. Empathy. These are valuable characteristics that parents need to incorporate into their own everyday lives in order for it to trickle down to their children. As parents we are the ultimate teacher. These little people look up to us for everything. How we react to situations. How we handle hardships. How we speak and act toward other people. Listen, these conversations about compassion and empathy and kindness; they start at home. Talk to your children. When they point out differences in others, don’t try to avoid it, or ignore it. That perpetuates fear and anxiety about differences. Explain it, be honest and graceful. Use people first language and completely eliminate degrading or slang terms. Your children are listening. They are watching. And truly, they typically are the most accepting of differences. For example, at 4 years old, Greyson exhibits more understanding and compassion of his sister than even I have sometimes. He is patient. He helps her through situations he sees her struggling with by singing or making funny faces. He holds her hand and helps her down the stairs and just seems to innately know when to help and when to step back. I try not to preach too often about Emma or Down Syndrome but as she’s getting older I am seeing differences in how some children having been interacting with her. What I want to ask all of you, in honor of World Down Syndrome Day, that you rock some mismatched socks and show the world that being different is more than just ok. It is beautiful. It is perspective changing. Maybe it’ll start some conversations. 💛💙 #rockyoursocks #WorldDownSyndromeDay2019 #321 #differentisbeautiful #educate #advocate #perspective 📷: @hannah__burch
  • “Our job is not to toughen our children up to face a cruel and heartless world. Our job is to raise children who will make the world a little less cruel and heartless.” - L.R. Knost
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    With World Down Syndrome Day coming up on Thursday (3/21 - to represent three copies of the 21st chromosome that occurs with Down Syndrome), I feel like this is a perfect time to talk about what exactly we are teaching our children as they grow and move through their lives. Compassion. Kindness. Empathy. These are valuable characteristics that parents need to incorporate into their own everyday lives in order for it to trickle down to their children. As parents we are the ultimate teacher. These little people look up to us for everything. How we react to situations. How we handle hardships. How we speak and act toward other people. Listen, these conversations about compassion and empathy and kindness; they start at home. Talk to your children. When they point out differences in others, don’t try to avoid it, or ignore it. That perpetuates fear and anxiety about differences. Explain it, be honest and graceful. Use people first language and completely eliminate degrading or slang terms. Your children are listening. They are watching. And truly, they typically are the most accepting of differences. For example, at 4 years old, Greyson exhibits more understanding and compassion of his sister than even I have sometimes. He is patient. He helps her through situations he sees her struggling with by singing or making funny faces. He holds her hand and helps her down the stairs and just seems to innately know when to help and when to step back. I try not to preach too often about Emma or Down Syndrome but as she’s getting older I am seeing differences in how some children having been interacting with her. What I want to ask all of you, in honor of World Down Syndrome Day, that you rock some mismatched socks and show the world that being different is more than just ok. It is beautiful. It is perspective changing. Maybe it’ll start some conversations. 💛💙 #rockyoursocks #WorldDownSyndromeDay2019 #321 #differentisbeautiful #educate #advocate #perspective 📷: @hannah__burch
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  • interior modeling vray
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  • interior modeling
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  • Weezy vibes yesterday night👻
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Shuffle your playlist at practice and challenge yourself to react whatever song is about to come at you!🎶🎶
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#rockforcecrew
  • Weezy vibes yesterday night👻
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    Shuffle your playlist at practice and challenge yourself to react whatever song is about to come at you!🎶🎶
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    #rockforcecrew
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  • A picture I took of the sky this past week made me put my circumstances in perspective. We were hit with Influenza-A, our basement flooded (and kept flooding) and we have some parenting challenges that seem overwhelming.  The weather seemed to be in on this fight against my person as the rain, wind and darkness lasted for days.  But then I glimpsed the sun ☀️. The storm was still there, lurking - but It was no longer my focus.  The amazing light changed my focus, reminded me that my current storms shall pass. I had to stop concentrating on the storm so I could fully appreciate and be renewed with energy and joy that came from the break in the storm. .
Be renewed, look for the break in the storm then let God renew your soul and focus.  This too shall pass. “When the storms of life come, the wicked are whirled away, but the godly have a lasting foundation.”
‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭10:25‬ ‭
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#lifesstorms #light #sun #beencouraged #mondaymotivation #perspective #delightineveryday #godsreminder #proverbs #break #nofilter
  • A picture I took of the sky this past week made me put my circumstances in perspective. We were hit with Influenza-A, our basement flooded (and kept flooding) and we have some parenting challenges that seem overwhelming. The weather seemed to be in on this fight against my person as the rain, wind and darkness lasted for days. But then I glimpsed the sun ☀️. The storm was still there, lurking - but It was no longer my focus. The amazing light changed my focus, reminded me that my current storms shall pass. I had to stop concentrating on the storm so I could fully appreciate and be renewed with energy and joy that came from the break in the storm. .
    Be renewed, look for the break in the storm then let God renew your soul and focus. This too shall pass. “When the storms of life come, the wicked are whirled away, but the godly have a lasting foundation.”
    ‭‭Proverbs‬ ‭10:25‬ ‭
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    #lifesstorms #light #sun #beencouraged #mondaymotivation #perspective #delightineveryday #godsreminder #proverbs #break #nofilter
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  • The sun will rise and we will try again.
  • The sun will rise and we will try again.
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  • In the desert.
  • In the desert.
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  • Just as how this picture is taken from a different perspective, sometimes we do also need to look at things from another angle to better understand things. ☺️
  • Just as how this picture is taken from a different perspective, sometimes we do also need to look at things from another angle to better understand things. ☺️
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  • Today's meditation 🌌
  • Today's meditation 🌌
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  • Eye See You $1oo. DM if interested
  • Eye See You $1oo. DM if interested
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  • St Mary’s Thistle
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Perhaps the most utilised herb in Adelaide post Mad March. 🙊
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Commonly used to support detoxification, St Mary’s Thistle (Silybum Marianum) is also an antioxidant and anti inflammatory.
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Silybum is also often used in the treatment of hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol) as it helps to reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol. Silybum can even be used alongside cholesterol lowering medication to prevent common side effects like elevated liver enzymes.
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Full herbal apothecary coming soon to Body Institute. 🌱
  • St Mary’s Thistle
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    Perhaps the most utilised herb in Adelaide post Mad March. 🙊
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    Commonly used to support detoxification, St Mary’s Thistle (Silybum Marianum) is also an antioxidant and anti inflammatory.
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    Silybum is also often used in the treatment of hypercholesterolemia (high cholesterol) as it helps to reduce ‘bad’ cholesterol. Silybum can even be used alongside cholesterol lowering medication to prevent common side effects like elevated liver enzymes.
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    Full herbal apothecary coming soon to Body Institute. 🌱
  • 28 1 17 March, 2019