Being true to myself means being honest about my flaws and accept my mistakes or things I perhaps do and that are not necessarily supportive of my own well-being, means assessing my choices and the impact they have on my overall life as a social being. I’ve learned over the years that the first … Continue reading Saying Yes to Life
Perhaps life isn’t about creating it, perhaps life is actually creating you. Watching the sun hiding behind the Alps in sunset gives me a peaceful and grateful feeling for being alive and able to see. For me, the twilight atmosphere has its own calming sound and I’ve noticed that even … Continue reading Perhaps life is creating you.
Some mornings or late nights (when my sleeping routine is derailed for some odd reason – don’t suspect I have a million thoughts running crazily through my mind) I find myself in consistent absorption with the news feed on my phone, surf the internet for scientific reports or read relevant articles on general … Continue reading Are we living in the same world?
Being a woman isn’t easy in a men driven world, especially when past generations were and still are encouraging young women to accept compromise or even favor different types of “sacrifice” for the sake of others ( career, family, ambitions). It is wrong to presume that only in some parts of the world women are … Continue reading Things I’ve learned over the years.
Locked patterns blurred my senses, Golden cage imbalanced steps, Staggering joy- captured essence, In cyclic movement pretending accomplishment. Secret life sneaked in – splitting conformity in two; It stained my toes with henna. - A Truth teller of my forbidden nature - Far seer I came to learn, Breaking free is the paycheck of devaluation. … Continue reading Detoured path.
One of my passions is psychology. I like to read and apply on myself the concepts that I read about, evaluating who I am and how I have constructed my relationships along time. One of my mentors is Carl Gustav Jung, an outstanding personality, a researched, a scientist I dare say, a scientist of human … Continue reading How do we shape our relationships?
One thing I never got completely used with or maybe accept is the cultivated image of woman in nowadays societies. Regardless of the different set of characteristics each culture has and which shapes/dictates behaviour of society’s individuals (seen as women), there are major stereotypes promoted of what woman is or should learn … Continue reading The Woman experience – uncovering authenticity and truth.
One of my favorite actors undoubtedly is Tom Hanks. I can’t say I have watched all the movies he had played in but the ones I have made me think and question things either in general or specific matters. His representation added on the list of my favorite movies Bridge of Spies that I … Continue reading A few thoughts on a Sunday.
I love it when people complain and point fingers, then stay hidden. I love it because every word someone types or talks about something - they have known or are. Let’s play a game. Imagine life is like a mirror. What you say to others, it is your own reflection you talk about. The law of … Continue reading Nobody escapes the law of Karma.
You are a soul perfect and whole, allow life to unravel who you are. Writing this blog post before Christmas, I have chosen as subject unconditional love. How can we reach this state of loving wholeness whilst living in a world that is progressively preoccupied with self-discovery, simultaneously vulnerable … Continue reading For Christmas, to know unconditional love.