Holding space for growth: can you do that?

🌷WHO IS THIS WOMAN? ⁠ ⁠The moment we think we know others (including ourselves), that relationship is over. ⁠ .⁠ Our identity (which is just a small part of who we are) can easily become a mask we wear everyday, the character we get used to play. ⁠ .⁠ What others EXPECT from us. What [...]

Holding space for growth: can you do that?2020-03-03T09:50:51+00:00

The Wild Woman in You

🐺You're a wild woman.⁠ You can do whatever YOU want.⁠ .⁠ You embody animal grace, royalty, your divinity and all your human aspects, the good and the bad, the light and the darkness.⁠ .⁠ You make your own choices, you give yourself permission. Nobody else can do it for you.⁠ .⁠ You are faithful [...]

The Wild Woman in You2019-11-06T14:10:41+00:00

Give yourself permission to be naive…

I want to feel free to be naive. I want to have the trust of a child, to be spontaneous without worrying to "prove" anything to anybody. . We spend a lifetime building walls hoping that someone will tear them down with their unconditional love. . If you're a human, you know what I'm [...]

Give yourself permission to be naive…2019-11-06T11:09:58+00:00

NO! The most powerful mantra

🔥I began to love myself when I learned to say NO.⁣ .⁣ Saying no is not that easy. We are taught (women especially) to please the person in front of us, to make us smaller, not to annoy and above all not to question the statements and actions of our interlocutor. .⁣ As if [...]

NO! The most powerful mantra2019-08-24T15:44:30+00:00

Meditation IS action!

Meditate on the go? Absolutely! You don’t necessarily have to stand still or in silence to meditate... of course, that’s an important part of the practice, but in my experience the WOW moments happen while you are moving that body!⁣ .⁣ It's similar to when you learn to sing: often times you will be [...]

Meditation IS action!2019-08-24T15:33:24+00:00

Mantra: a small introduction

Mantra: "instrument of thought" (from the Sanskrit verb "man", "think" and the suffix "tra" "that acts"). If we think that the Greeks called the soul "psyché" (literally "breath", from which psychology) and Aristotle described it as the purest part of the human intellect, and in Jewish mysticism it is called Ruah, the breath of [...]

Mantra: a small introduction2019-08-24T15:13:41+00:00


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