Recently, I had the opportunity to interact with a cute little boy named Tommy, who was just starting to take his first steps and who, in spite of his apparent clumsiness, had some amazing teachings to offer me.Read More
From Mondays to Fridays, the majority of working adults living in world cities that are vital in the preservation of the current global economic model have agreed – conscious or unconsciously – to conform to a life where resignation and compliance are the names of the game. Many of us have been conditioned to believe that the only way to pay the bills, bring the money we require to cover our basic needs while we get to where we want to be, is through a job we simply DO as an obligation and often times with no enthusiasm or passion.Read More
There is so much that has been discovered about the way our brain functions. Why should this matter to you? Because when it comes to positive change and manifesting the life of your dreams, you must first learn the easiest and fastest way to reaching your goal.
Think of yourself as the driver of a manual transmission car with 5 gears who wants to get from point A to point B. You can choose to drive the car all the way on first gear and sooner or later – later than sooner, that’s for sure – you will get to point B. But, will your ride be as enjoyable, smooth and speedy as if you would choose to use the rest of gears?Read More
It took me many years of study and research to come to the conclusion that I live in a society where feelings are confused with emotions. When it comes to learning how to positively change one’s life, I have read extensively and I have participated in many amazing personal growth workshops and courses that have helped me to get to where I am today. In the area of feelings and emotions though, I always “felt” as if there was a piece of information that was missing, because it was clear to me – still is – that people use these two concepts as if they were interchangeable, when in truth, they are not.Read More
When I listen to the word “repentance” my brain tends to associate it with the old religious belief that we must confess our sins. Having to confess our sins is a biased statement I believe, as it implies that we are all sinners who in order to avoid “punishment” must seek repentance. Throughout history, religion has used so many vocables to propagate dogma that many of us today, don’t know the original meaning of the words we commonly use as part of our vocabulary. Becoming aware of the origin of our internal and external dialogue is pivotal if we want to bring positive change to our lives, or better, if we want to understand what is to bring positive change to our lives. Simply put, we can’t continue to think, write and speak on an unconscious way.Read More