Today was one of those days I woke up not feeling at my highest good, and that's absolutely normal, right? As human beings we go through so many things during the day, that it's completely ok to experience low energy or uncertainty once in a while. But today I felt something different in the air, … Continue reading Be Yourself | Embrace your shadows
You have to look within yourself to find God. - (Natalie Betito - TLC/Thoughts) Continuing the content I've been sharing 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 gonna be the new … Continue reading Image Addiction – III
"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 above is that although we seem to be more obsessed with … Continue reading Image Addiction – Part II
Hi! Have you ever had to face a break up or a 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 and unfulfilled dreams. It’s like having life’s route shifted without knowing where to … Continue reading Relationships
It supposed to be just a comment on a post on LinkedIn, instead it made me think of what's going on with the way we communicate. The content was about what type of questions should have been asked for new candidates when they are applying for a job. The usual "What are your strengths and what … Continue reading We Need To Talk (And It’s A Good Thing)
"Hi! My name is (insert your name here) and I'm Awesomely Amazing." Honestly, this should be the right way to introduce yourself in a A.A. meeting 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 help them … Continue reading Awesomely Amazing
I'm gonna start asking you to count how many miracles you experience during a day. From the minute you wake up till you go to bed at night many things can happen in just one day. But what determines the outcomes derives from your thoughts, your intentions and mainly your actions. Let's say that it's … Continue reading A Thousand Miracles
I'd like to ask you a 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 a problem. … Continue reading How to start changing your life
On Saturday, October 8th, I went to the Convention Center in San Diego to a very special occasion. Louise Hay's 90th B-day celebration is still vibrating on 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 was presented by … Continue reading What is your door?
Last week I wrote an article about how to manage anxiety and be more present. And what called my attention was that on the following comments one single question brought up a humble but really accurate doubt: -"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?
Recently I've been noticing that the word "anxiety" and "anxious" have been permeating most of the conversations I've been participating. 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 beat faster, some people feel shaky, others … Continue reading Anxiety x Mindfulness
By now you must be thinking that the title of this post is wrong, right? When I was 20 something I used to hear this song and sing it out loud with a good friend of mine. Boy we used to have a good time just by driving around the city and enjoying our time … Continue reading I’m My Own Best Friend
"You're damn right it's me!" How can you not laugh at George Constanza's lines (click on the video and watch him saying that, it's hilarious). If you've been born after the 90's it's possible that you've missed this great character from a famous sitcom called Seinfeld. What apparently looks like an excuse to brake up, in reality … Continue reading It’s not you, it’s me.
Depending on the culture in which you were raised or the values and beliefs you learned from your family, you most likely learned to enjoy and appreciate other peoples' companionship and support; you learned to rely on friends and parents to be with you on the bad and good times; you learned to be there … Continue reading Why would you need a coach?
At some point of your life you already asked yourself "What the heck Coaching is all about?." Nowadays it seems like everybody is a Coach: the Uber driver; your colleague from work; even your teacher from school call him/herself as a Coach. And you know what everybody CAN BE a Coach as long as they … Continue reading What is coaching btw?