Wherever you are

If you look around you right now, what do you see? Or better said, do you like what you see? Are you in the place where you wanted to be a year ago? Are the circumstances as you wished them to be back then?

If you answered yes to all those questions, congratulations, you have reached the goal. But if you answered no to any or all of them, then do not worry. You are a winner anyway because, believe it or not, you are where you are meant to be right now.

Probably your goals and dreams were different and you think you are not supposed to be where you are today. But that is not so.

No matter how awful/great things were these last months, they have brought you where you are mean to be for your own good. Continue reading


Awakening The Trilogy!


There are many interpretations for “being awake”.  Probably each one of us have our own concept and yours could be quite opposite to mine.

One day you wake up tired of feeling yourself in a “foggy-dream-mental-state”. And then you realise that there are times in life when things happen around you and your mind is like connected to a different dimension.  Later, you realise you have lost the action that happened right in front of you.

I am not trying to teach anything new, I am no trying to impose my ideas on you, I am just sharing my experiences, my lessons learnt and yet to learn, my own answers and conclusions, as if we were having a friendly chat in a tea house on a cold night.

Come with me in this new adventure:

Awakening I  Kindle: http://a.co/51LRFn9    .

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Awakening II  Kindle: http://a.co/9AzlsFA

Paperback:  https://www.createspace.com/6929645

Awakening III  Kindle: http://a.co/aqKt2e4

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At some point I realised I was in a permanent deep sleep state in my life, I felt I was existing but not really living. Things happened in my life but in some way I was not really experiencing them in awake mode.

I went through my daily life in a dormant mode and sometimes I did something and a few minutes later I was not sure I had done it or not.  I had “lost” that period of time in the nothingness. I was feeling like a walking zombie most of the time.

I got scared and began to look for a way to “return” to the present time so my mind wouldn’t wander away and lose the actual experience. Continue reading