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Bloom from kindness, even in Winter

All flowers are beautiful, each in its own way. I particularly marvel at the ones that keep blooming even during winter. Here in San Miguel we are blessed with beautiful and awe-inspiring sights all year long; but for some reason, I always find that the floral beauty of San Miguel is more evident during the cold months. There’s just something so powerful and poignant about the message conveyed by winter blooms.

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The danger of illusion

How many times do we act motivated by situations, ideas or things that are not real?We can even make (or not make) life-changing decisions while under the spell of illusions. Think about how risky that is: you can paralyse yourself over something that will never really exist. Imagine not doing something you’ve always wanted to do just because you are under the illusion that if you do it, something horrible will happen. Isn’t it sad, and frustrating?

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Next Year

We’re in those days when we start thinking about what we would like to accomplish or change during the year to come. Many people make lists of resolutions. I’ve given you my perspective about them in a past newsletter. We all have different ways to visualize and to get our priorities organized – so, however you choose to tackle the new year, the key is that you feel comfortable and motivated.

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So what if you ‘get it wrong’?

Whenever life presents a situation in which we have to decide between two or more courses of action, most of us – understandably – feel a bit uneasy. The harder the decision, the more insecure we tend to feel. Who wouldn’t? It’s completely human to doubt ourselves. Sometimes, the more we analyze a situation, the more difficult it is to come to a definitive decision. And then, fear may rear its ugly head…

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Old Habits, New Habits

While it’s true that our activities don’t define who we are, it’s undeniable that our patterns of conduct have a profound impact on the way we live. Indulging in negative behavior doesn’t just hurt us: it alters the balance of the universe, because we send not-so-great energy out to the world.

Read More »

Cultivate Your Spirit

During our free time most of us like to engage in specific activities: some of us read fiction, magazines or certain blogs; or maybe we like to watch tv or go to the movies. Perhaps our favorite leisure activity is getting together with friends for a meal and/or drinks, while we discuss what each of us has been doing for the past few days or weeks.

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Tying up the loose ends

Here we are: another year went by in the blink of an eye, and December is upon us once more!
At this point, it’s easy to go into panic mode over any project we might have fallen behind with. Tasks, goals, resolutions…sometimes they tend to pile up and haunt us even while we sleep! Let’s try to keep in mind that December should always be about reflecting on what we learned for the past 11 months; and appreciating the blessings in our lives.

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A Week in History

November 20th of 2014 was quite a day. History was made in many parts of the world – remarkably in the USA and in Mexico.
I think it’s thrilling and moving to live in these times; when people are using all the tools at their disposal to propel change and create awareness. The mega march in Mexico City (with similar marches taking place in many other cities of the country; as well as in many other countries all over the world) was an incredibly powerful manifestation of awareness. The attitude of most Mexicans at this crucial moment in history is inspiring, and shows us that when apathy is replaced by positive action, there’s nothing that can stop the waves of positive change.

Read More »

The cycle of Beauty and Peace

Beauty has two aspects: the physical, and the spiritual. In today’s world, we tend to mistake an aesthetically pleasant shape with real and meaningful beauty. Of course, there is nothing wrong with pleasurable aesthetics – as long as they feed our spirits and intellects. This is what the most popular, ‘mainstream’ current notions of beauty get wrong.

Read More »

On Apathy

It is so usual, and so easy, to be discouraged by the attitude of others. Whether it’s another individual’s opinions, or those of the majority; it can be frustrating to either accept or try to modify what most people believe to be right.

Read More »

Bloom from kindness, even in Winter

All flowers are beautiful, each in its own way. I particularly marvel at the ones that keep blooming even during winter. Here in San Miguel we are blessed with beautiful and awe-inspiring sights all year long; but for some reason, I always find that the floral beauty of San Miguel is more evident during the cold months. There’s just something so powerful and poignant about the message conveyed by winter blooms.

Read More »

The danger of illusion

How many times do we act motivated by situations, ideas or things that are not real?We can even make (or not make) life-changing decisions while under the spell of illusions. Think about how risky that is: you can paralyse yourself over something that will never really exist. Imagine not doing something you’ve always wanted to do just because you are under the illusion that if you do it, something horrible will happen. Isn’t it sad, and frustrating?

Read More »

Next Year

We’re in those days when we start thinking about what we would like to accomplish or change during the year to come. Many people make lists of resolutions. I’ve given you my perspective about them in a past newsletter. We all have different ways to visualize and to get our priorities organized – so, however you choose to tackle the new year, the key is that you feel comfortable and motivated.

Read More »

So what if you ‘get it wrong’?

Whenever life presents a situation in which we have to decide between two or more courses of action, most of us – understandably – feel a bit uneasy. The harder the decision, the more insecure we tend to feel. Who wouldn’t? It’s completely human to doubt ourselves. Sometimes, the more we analyze a situation, the more difficult it is to come to a definitive decision. And then, fear may rear its ugly head…

Read More »

Old Habits, New Habits

While it’s true that our activities don’t define who we are, it’s undeniable that our patterns of conduct have a profound impact on the way we live. Indulging in negative behavior doesn’t just hurt us: it alters the balance of the universe, because we send not-so-great energy out to the world.

Read More »

Cultivate Your Spirit

During our free time most of us like to engage in specific activities: some of us read fiction, magazines or certain blogs; or maybe we like to watch tv or go to the movies. Perhaps our favorite leisure activity is getting together with friends for a meal and/or drinks, while we discuss what each of us has been doing for the past few days or weeks.

Read More »

Tying up the loose ends

Here we are: another year went by in the blink of an eye, and December is upon us once more!
At this point, it’s easy to go into panic mode over any project we might have fallen behind with. Tasks, goals, resolutions…sometimes they tend to pile up and haunt us even while we sleep! Let’s try to keep in mind that December should always be about reflecting on what we learned for the past 11 months; and appreciating the blessings in our lives.

Read More »

A Week in History

November 20th of 2014 was quite a day. History was made in many parts of the world – remarkably in the USA and in Mexico.
I think it’s thrilling and moving to live in these times; when people are using all the tools at their disposal to propel change and create awareness. The mega march in Mexico City (with similar marches taking place in many other cities of the country; as well as in many other countries all over the world) was an incredibly powerful manifestation of awareness. The attitude of most Mexicans at this crucial moment in history is inspiring, and shows us that when apathy is replaced by positive action, there’s nothing that can stop the waves of positive change.

Read More »

The cycle of Beauty and Peace

Beauty has two aspects: the physical, and the spiritual. In today’s world, we tend to mistake an aesthetically pleasant shape with real and meaningful beauty. Of course, there is nothing wrong with pleasurable aesthetics – as long as they feed our spirits and intellects. This is what the most popular, ‘mainstream’ current notions of beauty get wrong.

Read More »

On Apathy

It is so usual, and so easy, to be discouraged by the attitude of others. Whether it’s another individual’s opinions, or those of the majority; it can be frustrating to either accept or try to modify what most people believe to be right.

Read More »

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