What would you choose, to be right or to be happy?

If you observe every moment of your life, you´ll notice that you have the option between two choices: to be right - or to be happy.
The decision you take will determine your state of mind, not just at the moment of choice, but also the moments that follow. See every situation as happening FOR YOU instead of TO YOU and you give the grace to give the best of yourself when you receive that moment.

Listening with the silence of the heart

Listen with no judgements. Listen without answering with the voice in your head. Go beyond outer appearances and listen to the message within. Listen lovingly with the silence of your heart.

Exercises and practices on the art of mindful living from one of the best known and most respected Zen masters in the world today, Thich Nhat Hanh, poet, peace and human rights activist.

"If in our daily life we can smile, if we can be peaceful and happy, not only we, but everyone will profit from it. This is the most basic kind of peace work."
Nhat Hanh

Sharing your innermost fear.

When you share your innermost fear with others, it is both liberating and comforting. Feel liberated that your fear is not your own secret anymore. Fell comforted that others too have big fears that are just as irrational or uncommon. You are not alone!

We all have mystical experiences.

People everywhere not only have the potential of having mystical experience, but in fact they are having this experience, and they simply do not know it. This is matter of perception, not of qualification. We are all qualified, but few of us perceive ourselves to be so. Because we do not perceive ourselves to be worthy enough to receive divine inspiration, we assume that we are not. And when we do receive it, we look right past it, we look through it, look around it, or we look right at it and we call it something else.  Neale Donald Walsch

Choice is a grace you give to yourself...

At each and every moment of time, you are given a choice. Even while facing problems or difficulties in life, you can choose wheather your actions are to be guided by fear or love. Guided by fear, you may become righteous, demanding and rigid. When love is guiding our hand, we are flexible and peaceful with what is. This way, we´ll get a taste of what happiness, peace and freedom truly is. Living your life with grace means making your choices with love and responsibility.

Be at Peace

Opening up to greater possibilities.......

Free yourself from all limiting beliefs. You have great dreams, visions and boundless talents. Open yourself to greater possibilities by releasing all limitations and know that you are able to achieve them.


The word enlightenment conjures up the idea of some superhuman accomplishment, and the ego likes to keep it that way, but it is simply your natural state of felt oneness with Being. It is a state of connectedness with something immeasurable and indestructible, something that, almost paradoxically, is essentially you and yet is much greater than you. It is finding your true nature beyond name and form. Eckehart Tolle

You are more.....

You are not just a meaningless fragment in an alien universe, briefly suspended between life and death, allowed a few short-lived pleasures followed by pain and ultimate annihilation. Underneath your outer form, you are connected with something so vast, so immeasurable and sacred, that it cannot be spoken of - yet I am speaking of it now. I am speaking of it now not to give you something to believe in but to show you how you can know it for yourself. Eckehart Tolle

Watcher of your mind....

Be present as the watcher of your mind -- of your thoughts and emotions as well as your reactions in various situations.  Be at least as interested in your reactions as in the situation or person that causes you to react.  Notice also how often your attention is in the past or future.  Don't judge or analyze what you observe.  Watch the thought, feel the emotion, observe the reaction.  Don't make a personal problem out of them.  You will then feel something more powerful than any of those things that you observe: the still, observing presence itself behind the content of your mind, the silent watcher. Eckehart Tolle