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The comfort of familiarity can be a wonderful anchor to bring you back “home”. Home might be physically returning to your humble abode, the warm embrace of a loved one or perhaps even a connection to, a feeling state. Bhava is cultivated through a clear intention of what you want to create and impart, which you then hold space for.

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