Someone asked me why does it seem like I am always “happy”? Gave that person really simple answers. I share the “answer” freely with anyone who asks. It’s not a secret. If you want to know it too – then have coffee with me. But if you don’t have the …
Last June 4th to 6th I had one of my most exciting weekends ever! Just sharing my photos here. We had lunch at Rack’s with Ms. Janette Toral at Racks (SM City North Edsa). We checked out the mall then chilled out at Krispy Kreme before going to Quezon City …
Last Thursday, January 20th, I had the opportunity to conduct an interview with my aunt who lives somewhere in Antique about the life challenge that she’s currently facing right now. Below are my questions and her honest answers – all in her own words. Please make sure to read this post until the very end so that like me you will learn a lot of lessons in life. To those who are going through the same life challenge, you will also learn facts about chemotherapy and some of its side effects.
Like I always say it’s not wrong to feel sad – just don’t do it on a daily basis. That kind of life just sucks. If you are feeling sad, if you are having one of those melancholic days, try to turn on the JOY switch. Sometimes in my case, that switching on will take a lot of prodding, and other times I find that I can switch to happy mode in the blink of an eye. But no matter what it takes, the point is to do it, to switch from feeling down to any notch up from there. How? Let me tell you some simple tricks I’ve learned.
HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYONE! LET’S ALL LIVE OUR LIVES TO THE FULLEST! WELCOME 2011!
Blame – as most of us think – is the melodramatic pointing of a finger towards someone who has done something wrong. But in truth, we are actually into blame in just about every waking moment of our days. From the weather, to rude drivers, to how the toothpaste was squeezed, you know the deal. We blame and never think a thing about it. Yeah sure more times than not we are probably justified in our accusations, but so what?!
In life, everyone is always filled with choices. A person may opt to have a pessimist’s view and live a self-defeated, miserable life or may also decide to take the optimist’s route and take a fulfilling and challenging life. People respond positively to optimists. So if you feel like you are losing your friends and alienating people then you should know who has the problem.
Yoga practice in Iloilo. So what is yoga? In contrast to the pursuit of your desire as a means to happiness, the purpose of yoga is aimed at the monumental, life-changing discovery of who and what you truly are. This is how yoga works; this is how yoga makes me feel great. Yoga is helping me discover and experience the truth, my truth – which I am discovering, is goodness. That my basic nature is happiness. Yoga truly complements my beliefs.
This video is a photo compilation of some of my adventures with Tim. The music is “Marry Me Jane” by Gadfly. Gadfly is a local band from Bacolod. I had so much fun in making this video. Bear with the sweetness ok? I guess this is because of the jar of honey that Tim gave me last weekend.
I have realized that I have actually been identifying my existence with my position in society, my friends and family, the needs and desires of my body, and the emotional and intellectual expressions of my mind. But I have not been taking the time to contemplate the real nature of my existence; to ask myself the question, “Who am I?”
For the past few weeks I have been researching and practicing yoga for beginners. I have been looking for a yogi to teach me here in Iloilo but unfortunately I have not found anyone yet. But guess what – Facebook has solved my dilemma. A friend contacted me and introduced me to Ananda Marga Wellness Center. But before I get into more detail about Ananda Marga let me explain what “yoga” really is first to diminish the misconceptions about it. First of all, yoga is not a religion – it is a way of life, a lifestyle.