Monthly Archives: October 2010

Tea Parties: a crazy exercise to prevent craziness

It is almost six in the morning and I already spent more than an hour in doing my favorite activity to keep my mind in shape: writing about my self, my fears, expectations and even secrets that I am afraid … Continue reading

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The bitten peach

I will “un-dust” my storytelling skills today and write one of my favorite therapeutic stories: Once upon a time a king was getting ready for his departure to the battle and gave the last instructions to his servants: “Take care … Continue reading

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Baby steps to spiritual enlightenment: Opening my heart

       As I was doing yoga this morning I heard a profound sentence from Nicole, the teacher, “Open your chest, because this is what warriors do . . . They open their chest and their hearts”.  I am a … Continue reading

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How does it feel to be perfect?

As I was working yesterday as a teacher assistant, I remained to the teacher about timing. You know, as a good teacher assistant, I wanted to be sure that she would accomplish everything she wants for her class. She laughed … Continue reading

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Hidden prices of giving

I have very good luck since the very first day that I was born, would say my mom. I can say that I was lucky since the day that I was conceive as I dig into the conception story of … Continue reading

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Healthier relationship with my cell phone.

I’ve improved my cell phone relationship over the past few years. Therefore, this morning I feel sharing my cell phone wisdom.At the beginning of my cell phone life I bought a Nokia, this was 13 years ago. I still remember … Continue reading

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No drama, just love

Two days ago, as my yoga class was ending, the teacher said “set an intention for the day”. As always, I aim high and complicate my life just for fun. I set the intention of smiling, open my heart and … Continue reading

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