I was going to keep this to myself, but I realize it would be nice to share with the world my profound Ayahuasca experience. Although, I am not expecting you to understand it. Nothing. I repeat, nothing, neither the accounts I read and heard from others in the last few years, nor any information that… Continue reading Ayahuasca: Love & Hell
One gets used to it. Paralyzing at first, it's the varnish that covers us. All varnishes strengthen and protect the material they're applied to. The more layers of pain you're able to withstand, the stronger you become. Why people complain about pain? There's nothing wrong with it: it's a feature for improvement and it's free!… Continue reading The feeling of pain
Now that we are on the month of the "Pride" movement, I want to write about it from a deeper perspective. I'm not gonna dwell into the meaning of the word "Pride", which to me is another form of control with its provoking connotation, like the "feminist" movement (why should we be "proud" of being… Continue reading Identity & Variety
The desired "veiny" look. Is it a good thing? what energetic implications does it have? Vascularity is the condition of being vascular, which basically is when your veins bulge as a result of continuous strength training to the point that show under your skin. For this to happen you need to have a low body… Continue reading Vascularity, Blood & Energy
It's the question that I have been asked over and over again throughout the years. My answer (instinctively, at first, and experimentally proven later) has always been: YES, YOU CAN. Think of it this way: can someone with no knowledge/skill on how to make ceramic pots, make ceramic pots? yes they can, as long as… Continue reading Can everyone sing (in tune)?
This could well be the title of a book, due to its vast content. But these concepts have come to me together, so it would be sacrilege to use my egotistical mind to separate them into different articles🙂. I am going to touch upon the abstract, yet real, subject of Perspectives, and also zoom it… Continue reading Angles, Perspectives, Joints & Exercise
This morning I was teaching Aerobics to a group of people in their 70s. It made me think how much I enjoy being around older people, most of them are appreciative of every single detail, they are kind and respectful. They have lived in a time when there was no internet and they grew developing… Continue reading The things that matter