What does it mean to receive true support? A willingness to bring your real and authentic self, met with a confidence that allows you to trust and explore.

Meaning 'support' in Sanskrit, Adhara is a platform that highlights the work of inspirational women around the global through our content, partnerships and events, helping women find spiritual connection and a healthy curiosity about life.




In the fifth issue of Adhara on Words, we're getting creative with creativity and exploring what it means to "be" creative. Since it looks different for each of us, we're using action as a tool to bring out our unique contributions that lay  which is within each of us and are waiting to emerge. 


In the fourth issue of Adhara on Words, we explore reality and the notion that each of us lives in a construct all our own, highly dependent on our perceptions of ourselves, our communities and our world. If we shift what governs our beliefs, thoughts and memories, we can find out how perception can be used as a tool to expand our realities beyond their current confines. 


The third issue of Adhara on Words delves into desire, a word that stirs up differing emotion depending on our states, our thoughts and our beliefs. We set out on an exploration of how to work with desire as a practice, using the all essential tool of presence as a guide and anchor.


The second issue journeys into the vast ocean of what it means to practice. Through the lens of international development, yoga, current events and grounded spiritual thought, we explore how our habitual rituals and routines can be transformed through purposeful intention and daily awareness. 


The inaugural issue sets out on an exploration of one of the most felt emotional experiences as human beings – fear - reframed into a question that can be answered through the multi-dimensional filter of truth and authenticity.