What is life if not playing?
I like to play games. When we have fun, we can connect with the children inside us and perceive life as it is, in the moment, completely present. One of the games I decided to play one day in Thailand is to play with colours. Continue reading “Colour your life!”
Whenever we move to a new place, we are surrounded by new energy, new people and food, and all this new information creates a completely different life. People have asked me how I manage to stay grounded and responsible when I travel so much, and the answer is – Continue reading “My little lives of 2017”
how gratitude makes us happy and how beneficial it is to be grateful every day
One teacher asked the students to look at this picture and tell him what they see.
What do you see?
Continue reading “Thank you – the importance of gratitude”
When we open our eyes and stop living on autopilot, we are able to find joy in every little moment in no effort.
What are little bites of joy? The moments when you feel alive the most and when you are grateful and aware of all the joy you can get from it. In every moment, here and now, there is great potential for joy, go for it! Continue reading “Little bites of joy”
One of the greatest traditions of humans is to celebrate birthdays. I am not sure who came up with this and when, but celebrating the day you came into this world is powerful, even if it’s just eating cake and remembering your good deeds.
What about other aspects of life? Is there some celebration lacking? Continue reading “Celebrate life”
My personal chant on honoring myself and allowing, but not avoiding, loving, but not fearing.
I allow myself to feel awkward.
I allow myself to eat meat.
I allow myself to have a white line on my back from suntanning in the swimming suit
and, unless I feel like it, I don’t have to be fit Continue reading “I allow myself to be”
When there is a list of exercises for us to do, some will inevitably attract us and others will scare us to death, and, according to Julia Cameron, you should do exercises of both categories, those you love and those you hate. Continue reading “Always say “Yes”. Lessons from improv theater”