Day trip to Seville.

Imagine early Saturday morning. Sun slowly rises and you walk down one of many narrow streets leading to square by Alcázar in Seville, one of the most beautiful cities in Andalusia, Spain.

What dreams, screen fatigue and spirituality have in common?

You might been pushed to shed old habits, limiting beliefs, feelings and energies. And you might been challenged not to push things to happen because whenever you try to control what is spinning around you, it has the opposite effect. Instead of resisting you might want to learn to embrace the momentary lack of control in life.

10 things I’ve learned during covid lockdown in Spain

What have I learned during covid19 lockdown: Meditation is good but somehow it doesn’t work during lockdown You’re ok with shopping once a week Some members of your family will never learn online zoom meetings procedure and that’s ok Kids are very organised when you allow them to be responsible for themselves I can cut…

When I loved myself enough…

When I loved myself enough I quit settling for too little.

When I loved myself enough I came to know my own goodness.

When I loved myself enough I began taking the gift of life seriously and gratefully. When I loved myself enough I began to know I was in the right place at the right time and I could relax.

When is the time to let go and why now.

“The essential lesson I’ve learned in life is to just be yourself. Treasure the magnificent being that you are and recognize first and foremost you’re not here as a human being only. You’re a spiritual being having a human experience.” Wayne Dyer

October in Sierra de Hornachuelos Natural Park, Spain

Grey heavy clouds were my companion. It will be raining in a few hours. But now I find nothing but dry grass and rocky sand under my feet. I parked the car and started to walk towards Sendero de los Angeles path.

Is zerowaste lifestyle really possible?

I started with simple things like cloth bags, refill dish soap bottle, baking soda as my detergent, locally made shampoo bars, soaps, face oils or even wrapping my gifts in furoshiki (beautiful piece of fabric which usage originates in Japan). Small steps method. So is the zerowaste lifestyle really possible?