I like to teach that meditation is simply “being”, but how challenging that is at times, right? In the path of meditation there are infinite techniques that work as a vehicle, taking us to our destination so when we arrive, we get out of it. The many techniques are not better or worse, but rather they should be considered according to the quality of our lifestyle as well as of our body-mind-heart. Continue reading “Active or seated meditation?”
There is a 100% Spanish superfood: aloe vera, a miraculous plant in Ayurveda, with medicinal properties that were highly valued in India, ancient Egypt, Greece and Rome. Even though there are many varieties, only a few of them have healing benefits and the most powerful of all is native from northern Africa and Spain. Continue reading “A superfood that is 100% Spanish”
We have been talking for a few years about the importance of doing a technology detox, unplugging from cell phones and screens for a while. I am the first one to promote that and to bring it into my own life, but technology and relationships through a screen are a reality that is here to stay. What do you think if we take advantage of social media and use it as a springboard for inner growth?
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Something very special and unique happens when you deepen into the conscious relaxation pose. If you practice yoga or even if you have only attended one class, you have probably experienced that real sensation of “feeling like new”, of “rebirth”, “total peace and calming” or “floating in a life free from problems”. Continue reading “Relaxation, what a boost for healthy day!”
The picture above shows the inside of my home water distiller after having distilled four liters of water. Do you notice the whitish pasty residue? It accumulates in your body when you drink water that hasn´t gone through this process. If you could smell it… yuck… really unpleasant. Continue reading “At home we drink distilled water”
Many people spend their lives trying to be like everyone else, consuming the same products than the rest of society and following a lifestyle similar to their neighbors, family or colleagues because that is the way things are supposed to be. On the contrary, yogins were always rebellious nonconformists and share a world view that is quite far from what others agree to be valid. Continue reading “I don´t fit in!”