''I have this theory that if one person can go out of their way to show compassion, then it will start a chain reaction of the same. People will never know how far a little kindness can go.''
I was thinking about acceptance and being in peace with yourself and with the others and then I reminded myself of a situation which took place during my stay in Bali after the Global Youth Forum. I was couchsurfing with some people and we always stayed late in the night and then hoped to get … Continue reading Mindfulness is the fruit of a loving spirit
Leaving Naples with a strong feeling of content and appreciation... During the 3 months I spent here I met with incredible individuals, tried so many different things, challenged myself and rested and had fun, and created... Naples was the best lover I could have here in Italy... It surprised me every day (with each new … Continue reading Arrivederci, Italia!
Hi everyone. I have a question. Do you feel you get closer to God by being celibate or by practicing sexuality? (a question I found in a Tantric Therapy group which got me curious to hear your answers as well!) 1) In a way, I'd say it's irrelevant. You can get also closer to God … Continue reading Way to God?
If every time we feel lonely and want to cry, we tell a few nice things to some people who deserve it and give a push of spontaneous love and support to the people who might need it or simply will be happy to hear it, then may be this love that we create will … Continue reading Alternative to loneliness
“We need, in love, to practice only this: letting each other go. For holding on comes easily; we do not need to learn it.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke, Translations from the Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke What I need, I find. Always.
Today I let go of a person who kept holding me back despite my willingness to grow. To completely let go of someone may seem like a most difficult task, but in fact it is not. It is easy and it is natural when this is what it takes for the two individuals to go … Continue reading Letting go is easy!
When is the last time you used a single-use camera? When did you last looked in the little window and slided the round-like button to get yourself ready for another photo? Due to my lack of any technical equipment during my travels, the last day of my stay in naples, i bought a single-use camera. … Continue reading Oldschool
Today I got Josef Murphy's "The power of your subconscious mind", which was given to me for my participation at MUN. When I first saw it, I told myself I have read enough on this. I actually wanted Julia's book on self-development and spirituality tecniques, but I decide to believe that it is the exact … Continue reading We all make choices; but in the end our choices make us!