Every day brings new inspiration, lessons, and awareness. This space is dedicated to discovery and reflection.

Meditation. Intro note.

“Meditation will not carry you to another world, but it will reveal the most profound and awesome dimensions of the world in which you already live. Calmly contemplating these dimensions and bringing them into the service of compassion and kindness is the right way to make rapid gains in meditation as well as in life.” – Zen Master Hsing Yun

India. People

Places play a special role in my travels, they become the landscape of all the moments which then become memories. However, same as the places, it is the people who mean a lot to me. Humans I come across, while exploring this world, are usually an essential factor making my experiences so valuable. That trip hasn’t been different in this sense.

My trip to India in the beginning of this year was not only related to my desire of extending my knowledge in terms of yoga philosophy and asana practice. Hatha yoga teacher training has been definitely my main motivation, however I have also known that exploring this country for the very first time, will be an adventure itself. Jeevmoksha Gurukul school and Rishikesh town have been the fascinating scenery of my time in India. If you haven’t had a chance yet to read my blogpost about that, click here.

India. Ashram

When I visualise my time in India, I see it all in terms of a few different categories: places, people, and moments. I feel an urge to start my story by describing a place, one of the most important aspects of my memories from this period. A place that became my home. 

It took me months to share my first blog post on my time in Rishikesh, where I spent an unforgettable few weeks at the yoga school—ashram— in the foothills of Himalaya. The number of  impressions is endless, and the longer I contemplate on all that I experienced, the more intense my memories become.

Out of your comfort zone

“If you want something you've never had, you must be willing to do something you've never done.” - Thomas Jefferson

Comfort is an aspect of life that each of us can define in different way. What is comfort for you? A place, that makes you feel secure? Your financial situation? A person or your crowd that allows you to be yourself? Or your state of mind? What is your definition of comfort?

You are enough

"Want to be happy? Stop trying to be perfect." Brene Brown

Can you please repeat it? Out loud. In front of the mirror. Does what you see sync with your brain and heart? Practice daily, until you finally understand that YOU are really ENOUGH! I realized lately that that’s the point where we should all start, travel inwards & accept the fact that we are already perfect.