Articles to Inspire
Excellence or Perfection: what’s your mindset?
I’ve said it before and I will again: perfectionism is the enemy of a life well lived. In my experience, perfectionism is a foe.Perfection is the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow… First of all, the idea of perfection is preposterous as and in itself, because no matter how good we’ll do
The life transforming power of minute choices
When we talk about making choices, in relation to our future and personal growth, we often refer to significant choices. Big stuff. Life changing choices must be, by nature, daunting and hard to take. At least that’s what seems to be the belief for many of us. For sure, there are occasions when we have
A mighty seed of Grace
Inside, at the core of each of us, humans, there is a tiny seed of Grace. We call it many names and for many of us it’s so deep and ignored that we would not know that it’s there… Except in those very special moments, when something makes us relax, open and expand into awe…
Getting out of dry dock
Good news… In the past two days I started getting back seriously into what is my most focused, motivated, self-caring, self-nurturing mode of living… By this I mean that I am getting back into writing, eating more raw food, drinking more water, studying, engaging with my sacred work, and practicing many tools for balance and
Holiday stress: the yoke’s on you!
There is no denying the elevated number of people who get either stressed out or depressed or both, when comes holiday season. Many factors play out in this, and my aim is not to over-simplify, here, only to offer a perspective to possibly lighten these negative feelings. Possibly let go of them for ever. First
Artistry of living
“Truly, the greatest gift you have to give is that of your own self-transformation.” ~Lao Tzu What if you had a recipe, a blueprint, an insider knowledge to craft each day and make it great?What if you mastered the art of joyful living, so much so that you could teach it to your kids, your
You, me, and the whole beautiful mess…
A few years ago I made friends on a FaceBook group with a woman I did not know. This was a very improbable friendship, as many things could have separated us. As time went, our convictions, opinions, political orientation, showed strongly different, at opposite ends of the spectrum, apparently. But we had connected, and “liked”
Are your survival skills keeping you from thriving?
As Life unfolds, we build up very useful survival skills.Thank goodness, we do. So we can survive a lot a circumstances, horrendous, traumatic, or just slowly spirit eroding ones…Our beautiful brain is constantly reshaping itself to adapt and integrate new data, new environment, new situations and so forth. From birth to death, our brain is
A little while ago, in the course of a deep conversation with a coaching client of mine, we were contemplating the life changing habit of creating agreements vs having expectations, in ANY form of relationship. Seeing my client’s reaction to our exploration prompted me to share this with you. Choosing deliberately to create agreements is
Coherence as a tool for growth
No matter what we are after, we’ll get it best by being coherent on a daily basis.By that I mean that my daily choices, actions, words, intentions and ordinary behaviors have to be coherent with my purpose. And on a deeper level, my purpose has to be aligned with my core values.Seems pretty straight forward,
The full Monty
Here is something I’d love to share, because if you are at all like me (a human being living in the 21st century I mean), it might really resonate one day and be the hinge on which you’ll swing the door to a crazy good life. Many recipes, remedies, techniques, brightly promise to fix various
Dare being seen in all your glory!
Dear one, A couple days ago a coaching conversation got me all fired up on a subject particularly close to my heart and I thought I’d share my thoughts with you… In our world full of shiny objects it’s amazing how reluctant most of us are to beam out own brightness into the world at