As I was growing up people were continuously telling me I thought too much. “Is it I who thinks too much or is it that others think too little?”- I frequently asked myself and chose to view it as a sign for supremacy. My ideas encapsulated me. My excitement to create and love made my … Continue reading Inside
I have been obsessing about Love ever since I was 12 and fell in love for the first time. My life over the next few years could easily be fit in one word: misery. There has been nothing I have ever wanted more than to love and be loved and thus throughout my teenage years … Continue reading Love unlimited: or why Polyamory is good for you!
Plato’s dialogue “The Apology” presents us with the elaborate speech Socrates made to defend himself against the accusations of impiety and corrupting the youth. Within the speech Socrates details his method of self-examination which has proved to be his very instrument to guiding himself and the others to “perfection of the soul”. The increased self-awareness, … Continue reading Self-examination and its impact on society (Plato, Apology)
It was a hot summer afternon and the city was sweating. It was my first time in Burgas since I was little, but I didn't feel like sightseeing. I kept on pulling my suitcase after me as Tsvety and I searched for something to eat. As we walked the main street we stopped to listen … Continue reading God speaking through us
This is a 6-minute interview with me, made by my dear friend and Tantra Teacher Marek Griks from Poland. Watch it to hear a bit about the place of tantra and Rainbow gatherings in today's society according to me, and more about what we learned, felt, experienced, brought back with us...
It wasn’t until recently that I realized how attached I am to the idea of security. My best friend since 9th grade revealed he was in love with me and ceased having any contact with me whatsoever. What hurt the most was losing ground. Feeling left alone. Seeing how someone can throw you out of … Continue reading (In)secure me
God: [posing as a waiter named Al Mighty] I love that story, Noah and the Ark. You know, a lot of people miss the point of that story. They think it’s about God’s wrath and anger. They love it when God gets angry. Joan: What is the story about, then? The ark? God: Well, I … Continue reading
This article was first published in Public Republic magazine : ) I have been involved in an online course of meditation for a couple of weeks now. This is the Peace revolution Self-Development program which you can easily get signed up for. In order to give you the chance to get to know a bit … Continue reading Meditation, Self-discipline and I
¨What If God was one of us? Just a stranger on a bus...¨ One of the best insights ever! And I found it written on a sign nearby a little village somewhere in Galicia...
Psychologist Robert Sternberg formulated a triangular theory of love and argued that love has three different components: intimacy, commitment, and passion. Intimacy is a form in which two people share confidences and various details of their personal lives, and is usually shown in friendships and romantic love affairs. Commitment, on the other hand, is the … Continue reading Love in all shapes and sizes