• Connection & Lifestyle

    Little Big Lies about Healing

    I have been studying inner healing, manifesting and mindfulness for years now and over time I have encountered many types of advice. The best method of discerning between information that helps us to heal and the one that creates more tension is to pay attention to the way it makes us feel. The old paradigm of pushing through, trying hard and suppressing pain has never really worked. Why? Simply because what we resist persists. When we are trying to move on or push through the pain even though we are not ready yet, we are always neglecting a part of ourselves that needs our attention the most. I am introducing…

  • Connection & Lifestyle

    Mental health & Manifesting: What do they have in common?

    Manifesting and mental health are my two all-time favorite topics to study and to expand on. At first glance, it may seem that they are two separate subjects and usually they are not being discussed holistically as one topic. Nevertheless, we are creating our reality through the subconscious patterns that we have observed and absorbed while growing up. Healing these triggers and conditioning opens us to manifesting = creating the life we wholeheartedly desire and deserve. So, what is my definition of manifesting? Basically, I see it as mastering our energy through focused mental and physical activity and using the universal laws to materialize our visions into physical reality. Manifesting is…

  • Inspiration

    Give up the guilt: How to go through transformation with grace

    I am sure you have experienced countless situations when you told yourself “I should have known better”. And I am here today to tell you that, actually, you should not… You simply knew all you were supposed to know then and in that particular moment in time what you knew was all you were able to handle. Now, when you know better, you can do better. NOW, you can do better and a part of doing better is not beating yourself up for what you didn´t know then, because it will leave you blind to what is in front of you now. Be patient with yourself As simple as it may…

  • Practice

    Live your best life wherever you are

      I remember when I was a little girl I had a tendency to save the things I thought were precious for later. For instance, if my parents bought me a beautiful pair of shoes I wouldn´t wear them to school immediately. I would place them very carefully in a closet, so I could admire them but at the same time they were protected from unwanted things happening to them. My nightmare was that I would trip up on something and there would be a scratch all of a sudden on my new shoe. Sometimes I kept them in the closet for so long that I didn´t eventually get to…