A good friend of mine was born with a strange condition that affected his body. He was very tall and his head and hands were bigger in proportion to the rest of his body.
He had suffered very much during his childhood because the other children mocked him and called him names that hurt his soul deeply.
He had to get used to the way people stared at him on the street and to the impertinent questions of those with no manners whatsoever, who never touched their hearts before making harsh remarks about his looks.
Anyway, he has got a wonderful personality. He is very kind and compassionate with every living being. He pursued a career in acting and due to his image, he got important roles in international movies. Continue reading →
I still have problems defining when I have to stop trying to do things. On one side my mind tells me to “make things happen” and the other side says “do not force things and go with the flow”. And that is like trying to drive with one foot on the accelerator and the other on the brake at the same time.
I know, sometimes life asks you to go beyond your normal efforts in order to achieve more meaningful things and sometimes you need to allow things to freely flow because with your pressure you are only slowing things down.
You might be thinking that this is a misspelled sentence, but no, actually there are many people who don’t allow themselves to experience joy and happiness in many ways. And no they are not masochists, at least most of them are not.
I am not the party type, I am even not very social, funny thing to say about someone who spends time lecturing and teaching courses but it´s true.
I can be very comfortable lecturing in a room with 3500 people but when I am in a reunion with more than 20 people I usually prefer to leave early.
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As I talked with a client who is going through a terrible depression right now, we were commenting about different methods to get rid of that terrible state.
A method I learnt in my acting lessons is called “memory of emotions”, every time you needed to react in a particular way in a scene, all you had to do is to find a moment in your life that matched the emotion you needed to reproduce on the scene. Continue reading →