• Connection & Lifestyle

    Are you connected?

      Imagine for an instant that you have this one wonderful relationship in your life. The person we are talking about loves you unconditionally. They love you when you are happy and they love you the same when you are sad. They love the way you walk, they love the way you talk and they love you even when you are deeply asleep. They tell you nothing but beautiful things all day long. When you are not sure about yourself, they tell you that they believe in you, they love you and that you can be and do whatever it is you set your heart on. When you are mean,…

  • Connection & Lifestyle

    How to find your purpose

      I am going to start with transcending one of the most repeated lies and that is that you can figure your purpose out. No, you can´t. Period. I have suffered over this “advice” for long enough to be able to see clearly now that it simply is not true. You can only know your purpose and if this knowing is real it won´t come from your mind or you analyzing it. It is going to come in a form of gentle love that is going to feel like happiness, like being connected to who you really are and like finally coming home. All of these feelings are going to…

  • About,  Practice

    The power of stillness – how to start your own meditation practice?

      The fundamental part of my spiritual practice is meditation. Even thought the way I meditate has evolved over the years, I rarely miss my morning and evening meditation practices. You´ve certainly heard about meditation, its wonderful benefits for our minds and bodies and maybe you´ve tried it a few times before or you are a regular practitioner. I would say that there are as many ways to meditate as there are people practicing the meditation. You can find endless resources elaborating on the topic of meditation, however, my intention is to make a practical guide and sort of dumb the whole topic down, so anyone and everyone can meditate,…

  • Practice

    21 days of releasing judgment

      Every time we judge someone, we see our own faults reflected back to us. At first, it may seem that our irritation and anger are totally legitimate. However, when you look at the reason of you not approving someone else´s behavior, you´ll find out that you´ve been probably offended because this conduct is more than familiar to you. In fact, it´s usually something you´ve been consciously but often times unconsciously struggling with, as well. Undoubtedly, it´s easier to see these “faults” in others and by pointing at them feeling superior and showing ourselves that there is someone even worse than we are. These people who we are judging are…