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My Spiritual Journey

In the last few years, I have learnt how valuable it is to stop and find the time to look after myself, my thoughts, my body, my mind and my emotions. This internal journey has been growing more profoundly as the years go by and since my introduction to Mindfulness in 2013, being able to stop and appreciate the silence around and within me has been fundamental.

Through meditation, yoga, the ability to be PRESENT and enjoy what surrounds me, I started to realize what makes me truly happy. A journey that has continued to take me on a fundamental awakening, to my path of happiness, my Purpose.

During my stay in Cambodia, I recall a moment that I will cherish forever. I had the opportunity to spend one whole day with a monk.

We traveled to a temple and spent most of our time talking about different things and sharing our life experiences. At the end, we meditated under a tree together and, for a brief moment, I felt like I was in a dream.

This moment happened a year after I had begun Mindfulness, which therefore, enriched my meditation experience and gave it a more profound meaning. Meditation has been, without a doubt, a fundamental pillar in my life, through which I have learnt not to linger in the past, but instead, to live in the present and not feel anxious about the future; thus, allowing my mind to feel calmer and more open to what life will bring.

A few years later, I was going to experience another memorable moment, one of transformation. I decided to embark on a trip to Bali on my own, always trusting my intuition, and joined a group of people that I would be meeting for the first time.

It was truly a journey of re-discovery, of purification, of connection with my inner and outer world. A rediscovery of who I am, of what is important to me, of my truth and why living a life with serenity, happiness and meaning was fundamental. It was a rediscovery of my Purpose!

Through different spiritual rituals, yoga and meditation, I was able to start this journey of purification, which helped me cleanse what no longer belonged to me and opened my heart and mind to a new beginning.

I can say that within 12 months of returning from Bali, my life changed completely. Needless to say, for the better! It was a journey that challenged me emotionally and without having gone to the core of what truly is my identity, I would not have rediscovered who I am.

"There are only two days in the year that nothing can be done. One is called Yesterday and the other is called Tomorrow. Today is the right day to Love, Believe, Do and mostly Live." - Dalai Lama

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