It’s vibrant, it’s uplifting and there is some enigmatic pull that takes you from the guts and draws you straight inside yourself, far back in that space where you can only go when you have fully switched your mind off. I call this place home and Oh! well do I know how hard it is to … More Falling in Love with aboriginal painting
I haven’t paid much attention to my feet throughout my life. I guess you haven’t either, have you? They were there and useful but I found them quite ugly. Then I used to twist my ankles quite often and then my feet would become a hassle. Only when I started yoga, I started to pay … More The clarity in the foot: another look at the extreme
In case of doubt, trust yourself. Just trust. Trust is the antidote to 99.9% of our issues. And we simply disregard this truth because it sounds so easy, too simple. But really, in case of doubt, trust.
Just to settle our nicest smiles on this 1st of December and get ready!
Creativity is in our nature, we are creative souls. But fear and hope block us and mask our true potential. When we know how to access the source of creativity within us and lift the blockers, then we are open to the infinite possibilities that are ahead of us. This post is about what I … More Discover your creative potential: journey with Tenzin Wangyal Rinpoche
Maybe one of the reasons why creativity is so popular is because it just makes us feel good. But also, creativity ignites our inner fire as the best expression of our hidden self, that which no matter how hard we try to grasp with words and labels simply slips away. There is a fountain of … More The doors to the creative within you Part 2: your creativity board
On the last days of this Christmas break, I finally decided to flip through the Economist hoping for something more inspiring than critical articles on the poor state of the French economy or political analyses of the Italian berlusconesque Muppet-show. Here it was, an obscure article on a century-old Greek-Russian controversy when a monk from Athos wrote … More The road within can’t come from the outside: the end of religions?