How I Failed And What Was The Lesson

[ creative projects + perfectionism ] I don’t like the title of this post. Here is why: I’m not much concerned with “failure”: Failure is relative. Who can claim they succeeded in everything without compromising anything? Failure is not personal. It’s neutral – just like air –  it’s everywhere. Failure doesn’t exist without success.  If you don’t […]

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Taking A Look At Your Potential [ + recorded visualization ]

Imagine that you are a country…  your mind – body is a country… and one of your states  is called  “a potential.”  So if you were to fly above this state… how would it look like?  Is it an undeveloped land  full of hard to traverse canyons?  Or is its every inch expanded and every […]

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The Gifts of Noble Silence. Notes From a Zen Retreat

  Few weeks ago I drove with my friend, Madison, to New Mexico to a Buddhist Center, to spend there few days. In this post I wanted to share briefly what I experienced, and what are the perfect circumstances for transformation. In other words: what are the gifts of Noble Silence. (Though there was a […]

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Honesty + Self Compassion = Lifesaving?

Do you feel that to be completely honest with yourself would be a brutal act of self destruction? Funny thing is: people you would call “normal” and “generally good” feel this way.  Yet, the story below tells how destructive could be the lack of honesty with ourselves.  An honest look at the “dark” corners of […]

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Morning Rituals Part 2: Exercise

“Healthy habits are hard to develop but easy to live with. Bad habits are easy to develop but hard to live with” – Brian Tracy Today’s short post is about EXERCISING, specifically for peeps who ARE NOT thrilled about it. Again, the 6 elements of Morning Rituals are: meditation, exercise, visualization, affirmation, journaling, reading. I […]

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Morning Rituals. Part 1: Meditation

Over the years I noticed a pattern: there were times when I was happy for no reason, and times I was utterly unhappy and disenchanted, though it seemed, nothing really changed…  I would be few weeks into the “disenchantment” (so I don’t call it depression)  when a sudden thought would illuminate my mind: Oh, I […]

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