¿Qué dicen de mí mis expresiones y movimientos, mi manera de hablar, el tono y el acento de mi voz, mis tics y miradas? Mi elección de palabras, los modales del pasado, mis rutinas inconscientes, las palabras inventadas, mis reacciones, la lecciones aprendidas
-¿Cuál es la consecuencia de mi reflexión…
Purpose Transcends Failure
Mi pasado lleva esta cicatriz que me ha traído un enorme temor al fracaso. Al fracaso creativo y al fracaso en los negocios.Esta herida se fue creando a través de la acumulación de represiones creativas y de las cosas que apasionadamente he intentado vender. Específicamente, esta represión creativa fue causada…
Sharing Art for the Earth
While writing the blog post “Recognizing the Nature Within”, I came up with this question that greatly challenged the way I wanted to go about the things that I love to do and that I’m good at.
A paraphrase of this question is: What can we do to make a…
Reflection About Our Personal Techniques
The great artists of the world stood out for their ability to innovate, for the ingenuity of their ideas, because of the advanced execution of their concepts. Revolutionaries who threw themselves into the void to try different ways of creating, to see things with a different lens, ~to think outside…
3 Essential Meditations
If you read my past blog post, you’d know that this next one was going to be about the various types of meditations that I’ve learned throughout the years. What I didn’t say because it was something that I thought afterwards, is that I’m going to publish them in parts…
My Creative Journey on Meditation
For the longest time (or so I feel), the practice of meditation has been such a personal/intimate journey. I kept it like that because the social environment where I grew up didn’t accept that as something normal. But now, as another step to break that constraint, I’m writing a blog…
Recognizing the Nature Within
We call “veins” the vines of our bodies. We were given various root systems that have a different languages and functions. Our brain is electricity; our hearts, magnetic fields.
Hearts that distribute hemoglobin molecules powered by atoms of iron at their core. The iron that was born from Supernovas and…
It’s Harder to Learn Than to Teach
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Una vez alguien me dijo dos cosas que me hicieron reflexionar sobre (1) nuestro crecimiento personal a través de las lecciones que percibimos como maestras y (2) sobre la energía que le mandamos a otras personas. A continuación mi opinión sobre el tema:
The Philosophy of Intersection
Think about the things that you’ve -consciously or unconsciously- intersected in your life.
Think about the things you’ve done, are doing, or want to do that have an authentic relationship with your personality/essence. For that, I’d recommend to grab the good ol’ pencil and paper and create a list with…
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This website has been created with the intention of continuing, sharing & enhancing our spiritual and creative journey. With this action I call upon…