Much love and appreciation.
A free spirit, a sacred activist, a wisdom keeper, a dreamer, a visionary, a journalist and psychologist, a community leader, an author, a spiritual gardener – so many words could try to describe Mukti. Indeed, it all happens when one experiences this oneness of existence having attained a state of freedom referred to as mukti, nirvana or moksha – its Sanskrit name.
Namaste beloved souls! In this moment of challenge I feel inspired to share my love with you. I have created this website with meditations and positive content to support you to stay in tune with mother nature and keep your heart open! Blessings and I love you!
This is a space to share my love for life and years of experience as a spiritual gardener planting seeds around the world and inside myself. The intention of this channel is to spread those seeds everywhere and to everyone who is ready to receive and to cultivate these inside their hearts. May it flourish and give fruits in the garden of your life too! May we all contribute to creating a New Earth Energy on our beloved planet.
May all beings be happy and free.
Born in Brazil, Mukti spent more than a decade studying Journalism and Psychology, and mastering Bio-psychology. Following her studies, she left for India and Nepal where she spent 11 years living in nature, practicing meditation and traveling. During this time, she worked as a spiritual tour guide, yoga teacher and ayurvedic therapist. Mukti created her own virtual travel agency, taking groups into sacred spaces, monasteries, and holding retreats in the Himalayas. Along with from teaching Reiki, Mukti also became a paragliding tandem pilot, expressing her passion to fly and her free spirit.
While doing many expeditions into remote areas flying, living in the wild, bathing in the rivers and living in simple huts in nature; Mukti also wrote and produced the movie Hanuman Airlines Fly over Everest, together with Haminton Pevec, winning first prize in the St. Hilaire Festival, France, and the best public choice award. The film was also selected for the Banff Mountain Festival in Canada, where it was ranked among the 10 best movies of the year, and ravelled to more than 40 countries.
At the same time, together with her Swiss husband and paragliding pioneer world acro champion, David Arrufat, Mukti created the non-profit International Association for Paragliding, APPI, helping pilots in more than 120 countries.
After more than two years of dedication to such a project, Mukti let go and left for the Philippines, deepening her meditation practices and living with her family in a raw food community, called Bahay Kalipay, next to its founder Pi Villaraza. It was here she got in contact with ancient Shamanism through the language of music and dreams.
In Brazil, Mukti had been inspired by Susan Andrews, and the Vision of the Future ecovillage, where she joined retreats in different eco-village prototypes involving permaculture, social work, ecology and spirituality. Later joining Maya’s eco-village in the Philippines, Mukti then went on to create her own healing space in Switzerland (www.energyschool.ch), where she also founded the Swiss Mindfulness Institute, offering retreats and welcoming volunteers, teachers, healers and artists from all over the world.
Bringing it all together, Mukti keep planting and nourishing the seeds of love and compassion in her heart, and in the hearts of many. She believes that more and more eco-villages need to be created around the world, promoting sustainable and conscious living, and creating a new system of understanding and living on Earth.
Mukti, her husband David and their two children, Iara and Joy, are currently preparing to live onboard a catamaran around Thailand, creating a documentary series, while she writes the book that follows Inside the Rainbow. Afterwards, Mukti’s dream is to start The Ho’oponopono Village, an eco-village based on the principles of gratitude, love and forgiveness, manifesting and expressing dreams through music, art, yoga and ancient wisdom.
Born in Brazil, after more than a decade of studies on Journalism and Psychology, mastering Bio-psychology, Mukti left to India and Nepal where she spent 11 years of her life living in nature, practicing meditation and traveling around Asia. During this time, she initially worked as a spiritual tour guide, yoga teacher and ayurvedic medicine therapist, and created her own virtual travel agency taking groups into sacred spaces, meanwhile she was also teaching Reiki and meditation. The following years Mukti worked as a paragliding tandem pilot in Nepal, expressing her passion to fly and her free spirit, while she was also doing many expeditions into remote areas while flying, living in the wild, bathing in the rivers and living in simple huts in nature. At the same time, she wrote and produced the movie “Hanuman Airlines Fly over Everest”, together with Haminton Pevoc, winning the first price in St. Hilaire Festival, France, and the best public choice award. The movie was also selected to Banf Mountain Festival in Canada, winning the 10 best movies of the year, traveling into more than 40 countries. Also at that time, together with her swiss husband and paragliding pioneer world acro champion, David Arrufat, Mukti created a non-profit International Association for Paragliding, called APPI, helping pilots worldwide that became international reference for paragliding pilots all around the world, into more than 180 countries, which has now thousands of members. David is the mentor and honorary founder of the Association and Mukti was the one writing all of it’s contents. It took her more than two years of full dedication in such project, but when it was done, she totally let go and left to the Philippines for the next 3 years, deepening her meditation practices, and where she lived with her family in a raw food community, called Bahay Kalipay and got in contact with trance music therapy, such as inner dance, and it’s founder, Pi Villaraza.
In the past in Brazil, she had lived in the Institute Vision of the Future, under the guidance of Susan Andrews, in a prosperous and beautiful ecovillage, before traveling to India. Mukti also joined many retreats in different eco-villages units from Ananda Marga, called Master Units, eco-villages prototypes that involves permeaculture, social work, ecology and spirituality. Later then joining the Maya eco-village in the Philippines, she moved to Switzerland and started the Energy School Project (www.energyschool.ch), where she also founded the Swiss Mindfulness Institute, started offering retreats and welcoming many volunteers, teachers, healers and artists from all over the world, since 2017. Inspired also by Plum Village, a beautiful eco-village in South of France founded by the zen master Thic Nha Than, Mukti has planted and nourished the seeds of love and compassion in her heart, and in the hearts of many.
Now, at the completion of her fist book “Rainbow dreams” and the accomplishment of her projects in Switzerland, a new cycle is about to begin. Mukti, her husband David and their two children, Iara and Joy, are preparing to live on board of a catamaran in Thailand, creating a film documentary project called “Aliens on Board”, around the island of Ko Phangan. A place where Mukti plans in the future start The Ho’oponopono village, an eco-village based in the principles of gratitude, love and forgiveness, manifesting and expressing dreams through music, art, yoga and ancient wisdom. Mukti believes that more and more eco-villages needs to be created everywhere around the world, with sustainable and conscious living, creating new system of understanding and living on Earth.
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