If Life Gives You Beets…

Today after watching the 3rd live masterclass about becoming a successful writer hosted by Reid Tracy (Hay House CEO), I’ve decided that it was about time to make a little update on my website and share some of the recent ideas and insights I’ve been gathering from the past few months. Unlike the previous articles,Continue reading “If Life Gives You Beets…”

Embrace your shadows

Today was one of those days I woke up not feeling at my highest good, which I consider pretty normal by the way. It’s impossible to feel energized and motivated every single day. As human beings we go through so many issues during the day, that is completely ok to experience low energy or uncertaintyContinue reading “Embrace your shadows”

Image Addiction – III

You have to dive within yourself to be one with God. – (Natalie Betito) Continuing the thought I’ve been exploring on my last 2 posts, I guess that we almost start to naturally ask the following questions to ourselves: – In a society that does not cultivate hope or faith, who’s going be the newContinue reading “Image Addiction – III”

Image Addiction – Part II

“The real us is pure love and pure light, he said.” (Dom Miguel Ruiz – The Four Agreements). Continuing the last post Image Addiction – Part I (please read that post before this one). My thoughts on the “smoke” like it was described on the book mentioned above is that although we seem to be more obsessedContinue reading “Image Addiction – Part II”

Relationships

Hi! Have you ever had to face a bad break up or a extenuating divorce? If you did and you’re still here, congratulations! You’ve got to the next phase of the game. It’s not easy to recover from heated arguments, slammed doors, abuse, rejection, broken plans and unfulfilled dreams. It’s like having life’s route shiftedContinue reading “Relationships”

We Need To Talk (And It’s A Good Thing)

It supposed to be only a comment on a post on LinkedIn, instead it made me think of what’s going on with ‘how’ we communicate with each other. The content of that post was about the type of questions should been asked for new candidates when they are applying for a job. The old “WhatContinue reading “We Need To Talk (And It’s A Good Thing)”

Awesomely Amazing

“Hi! My name is (insert your name here) and I’m Awesomely Amazing.” Honestly, this should be the right way to introduce yourself in any 12 steps program or in any other supportive group. Instead of telling everybody else that you are your addiction, these groups should encourage people to look ahead in life and helpContinue reading “Awesomely Amazing”

A Thousand Miracles

From the minute you wake up till you go to bed at night many things can happen in just one day. Let’s say that it’s your day off and you decide to stay in bed longer than you usually do, and at that moment when you’re not even awake or asleep you start paying attentionContinue reading “A Thousand Miracles”

How to start changing your life

I’d like to ask you a quick question: How many times per week do you exercise? That New Year’s resolution was only another wish on your list or did you really get committed to your goal? If the answer is: -“I’m gonna start exercising tomorrow”, I wouldn’t like to say that, but we have aContinue reading “How to start changing your life”

What is your door?

On Saturday, October 8th, 2016 I went to the Convention Center in San Diego, California to a very exquisite occasion. Louise Hay’s 90th B-day celebration is still vibrating in my mind. Among the commercial aspect of the event, there were quite a few unique moments I’d like to share with you. One of them wasContinue reading “What is your door?”

When do I know it’s time to ask for help?

Last week I wrote an article about how to manage anxiety and be more present. On the following comments of that article one single question brought up a humble and accurate doubt, a friend of mine asked: -“When do I know it’s time to ask for help?” My answer to that question was exactly this:Continue reading “When do I know it’s time to ask for help?”

Anxiety x Mindfulness

Recently I’ve been noticing that the word “anxiety” and “anxious” have been permeating most of the conversations I’m partaking. For some people anxiety reveals itself as a form of unconformity or discomfort when something doesn’t happen as expected. Some people feel tired or sleepy, others feel their heart beating faster, some people feel shaky, othersContinue reading “Anxiety x Mindfulness”

I’m My Own Best Friend

When I was in my 20’s I used to hear the song above and sing it out loud along with a good friend of mine. We used to have a good time just by driving around and enjoying our time together. The irony was that besides all the fun we had when we were ‘outContinue reading “I’m My Own Best Friend”