Where Does Stress Come From?
I remember many times when I have been typing on my computer something for school or work, focused on one task, while realizing that a little part of my mind is elsewhere, seeking for the next task or hurrying up because time is short and I need to make the best out of it. Or back then when I used to go to random meetup events to try to make new friends, I would stay speaking to one group of people, while another part of me was looking at another group, checking if maybe I wo
Transmuting your Triggers into Inner Peace
Transmuting your Triggers into Inner Peace Does your inner Hulk tend to get triggered in the blink of an eye? Then, you might be in the presence of an anger button or trigger. However, we have buttons for every type of emotion: sadness, unworthiness, disappointment, frustration, etc. Buttons or triggers are simply parts of your ego that you deeply and most of the time unknowingly identify with. These might have been developed as unfelt emotions from your past, or are simply c
How to accept others just as they are?
I want to base this topic on the phrase that says: "the more you need someone to change to accept them as they are, the more you need to explore inside yourself to see what is missing." That phrase was a sudden impulse that I had and shared on my social media. After that, I received several questions about it in private messages from people wanting to understand more what I meant by that and how to achieve it. I want to confess that this issue touches me personally. In the pa
My 3 Secrets to Overcome Shyness
Some people who have known me in the past and who have recognized how different I am now, especially regarding my shyness or insecurity, often ask me how I have managed it. Before giving you these 3 secrets, I want to share a little about what it was like in the past so that you understand the context. I remember how I used to get lost in my thoughts when I went to a social gathering, for example to a party with friends. Only the entrance noise overwhelmed me, but the worst t
5 Steps to Transcend Emotional Identifications
The other day while doing something on my computer, I noticed that my email inbox always had at least 2 or 3 emails marked "unread", even if I had already read them. These simply represent tasks that can wait a little longer and that you could do later. With the mentality that I try to apply in my day-to-day to be present and observe myself, a sudden impulse came to me. What do I gain from having a few emails without working? How does it make me feel that and where else does
Recognizing the Voice in our Heads
Who is it, really, that mumbles and blabbers all day long in our heads? Is it really who we are? Are we then limited to a voice that no one but ourselves can listen to, plus associated emotions, and a body? In my view, our minds result from a collection of information coming out of experiences, society, books, our raising, friends, movies, our beliefs which are shaped by the aforementioned factors, our genes, and our own unique and natural ways to process information. How imp
STOP Chasing What's Already Within You!
How many times do we go about our day looking for something to fulfill us, even with a sense of urgency, as if failure will knock at our door if we do not meet this world's (and our) expectations? When we apply the same mentality, day after day, it simply becomes our way of living. We rarely stop for a second to think, really, what is it that we are chasing? The truth is that whatever we chase, cannot be obtained from WITHOUT, but only from WITHIN. If we truly believe that wh