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Witnessing the Magical Emergence of Potentiality. Where the Path to Authenticity is Paved with Enthusiasm when you Embrace Life as a Whole

Witnessing the Magical Emergence of Potentiality. Where the Path to Authenticity is Paved with Enthusiasm when you Embrace Life as a Whole


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Witnessing the Magical Emergence of Potentiality. Where the Path to Authenticity is Paved with Enthusiasm when you Embrace Life as a Whole






To the Weird Ones (a poem)

Always feeling alone With just a few that you could call your own Being a fugitive all around And with a sense of home when no one’s in town Have tried to explain or make a sense But with hopes always becoming less Divided between the “normal” and the truth In desperation, all thoughts will endure Family, siblings, and friends Cannot understand why you are so careless Being in a world of your own No one feels your love for the unknown Now your spark flashes from inside And...


Solo Travelling in Thailand and Laos 6: Swimming in the Incredible Kuang Si Waterfalls, the Innumerable Natural Jewels of Vang Vieng, Viewpoints, Blue Lagoons, Caves, Limestone Cliffs

In the 6th episode of the podcast series about my trip to Thailand and mostly Laos for all of April is described my last day in the astonishingly beautiful Luang Prabang where at the same day I visited the impressive Pak Ou caves with many Buddha statues and the magnificent Kuang Si waterfalls, a place of outstanding natural beauty where I also swam in its crystal clear turquoise waters. The latter is definitely one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. The next day I left for Vang...


Solo Travelling in Thailand and Laos 5: Canoeing in Nam Ou River, the Incredible Luang Prabang, Sunsets from Mount Poushi, Immersed in Temples

In the 5th episode of the podcast series about my trip to Thailand and mostly Laos for all of April is described my last day in the amazing Muang Ngoy that left me with fantastic impressions. I later left and went straight to the amazing Luang Prabang by taking a boat and then a bus. In this episode are described my first 3 days here. Almost 4 hours with a canoe in such a natural landscape in the Nam Ou river in Muang Ngoy was a very relaxing experience, it was me, the water and the steep...


Solo Travelling in Thailand and Laos 4: Among Misty Mountains, The Majestic Nong Khiaw, the Picturesque Muang Ngoy and Hiking in the Villages among Ricefields

In the 4th episode of the podcast series about my trip to Thailand and Laos is described the next day of my trekking in the mountains of the North of Laos after staying in a tribal village, then my impressions of Nong Khiaw which is southern and the incredible Muang Ngoy where I arrived by boat and I am still there immersed in a totally different life, in a place where electricity only arrived the last 5 years. Hiking in the Nam Ha Protected area was a unique experience among elderly...


Solo Travelling in Thailand and Laos 3: Entering Laos and first Impressions, Sailing on the Mekong River, Hiking in the Jungle, Staying the Night in a Primitive Village

In the 3rd episode of the podcast series about my trip to Thailand and Laos are described my first 5 days in the beautiful country of Laos. The welcoming people, the loud laughs, the offerings of Beer Lao especially now that is the new year celebration, the primitive villages with the ethnic tribes on the mountains, the pure nature are among my first impressions. After passing the border I did some exciting things such as sailing for 7 hours among wild nature and small villages in the...


Solo Travelling in Thailand and Laos 2: 5 more days in Chiang Rai, White Temple, Choui Fong Tea Plantation, Female Buddha, Meeting with small Buddhist Monks, Far North of Thailand

In the 2nd episode of the podcast series on my trip to Thailand and Laos is described from the 3rd to the end of 7th day of my stay at the enchanting Chiang Rai where I definitely stayed longer than I expected. I have visited some amazing places in terms of both natural beauty and human creation. I also went to the what is called “The Far North of Thailand” on the borders with Myanmar and later the same day to the Golden Triangle, where Thailand meets both Myanmar and Laos. I saw the...


Solo Travelling in Thailand and Laos 1: Bangkok, Khao San Road, Chiang Rai, Blue Temple

The beginning of the podcast series for my tour of Thailand and Laos. In the first episode I describe my first 4 days in the country of the people who smile a lot. Especially from Bangkok and one and a half day till now in Chiang Rai. I'm already full of experiences, I enjoyed a drink on the 61st floor of the tower (in Vertigo), I saw the incredible Grand Palace, the Buddha Buddha Temple, Pussy Ping Pong (I'll analyze what it is, and it's not just what's heard, ), sunset from the Golden...


New Podcast Series: Travelogue in Thailand and Laos

On the occasion of my trip throughout April in Thailand and especially Laos, I decided to make a podcast like I have not tried again. Whenever I find the time and I will be recording a travelogue of my experiences and impressions from magical Southeast Asia. This episode is just a preview of what is expected so stay tuned because many interesting things are about to be described! As a Token of Appreciation, you can download for Free my AudioBook How to Get Closer to Your Real Self:...


The 2 Profound Keys of Self Development

I think we all agree that human improvement is an important factor in our lives, regardless of worldview. Could we therefore enrich and recognize ways that promote this process? While there is a huge industry of personal development methods with ramifications of productivity, joy, relationships, etc., I would say that in fact the vast majority of them by nature are made to be restrictive on a large scale. Even if these methods are useful, they are just tools, they are ways of approaching...


The Vanity of Criticism on Others

It seems that we have the tendency to criticize others with the certainty that we know what is appropriate for them. But do we ever take into account that they have a different mind and different needs? Because behind this attitude is hidden an underlying egoism which is leading us away from being open to different ideas but most importantly to potential changes that are required for our own characters. As a Token of Appreciation, you can download for Free my AudioBook How to Get Closer...


What is it to be Mindful and in the Present Moment

A basic feature of our mind is that it is very often "lost" in a series of thoughts that affect how we feel, how we see things and how we react to situations. Most importantly, however, we are not experiencing the situations we are in, creating impressions from the perspective of our ideas and far from direct objective experience. The latter can only be achieved if we remain present and awake observers, but what exactly do we mean when we say we are mindful and how this is achieved? As a...


The Meaning of Self-Awareness

What do we mean when we say I know myself? That is, say, I know something that is myself and belongs to me? So I know myself but not me. But who is me that is something other than myself? These kinds of questions I try to analyze in this podcast. Also, if I'm myself how do I often do things that I do not recognize later when I remember them? Where was I? Still I find restrictive the perception that most seem to have, that they are altruists, neurotic, jocund and other ratings. Such...


The Importance of the Healthy Changes and the Way to Achieve them

Others are constantly seeking change, others are portrayed as proud to remain the same. Others sometimes are identified with one idea and others with the opposite. So, to refine under what conditions we can say that a change is prudent and under which stability is synonymous with character integrity? What is it that makes a difference? In addition, what characteristics do you need to have in order to diagnose when a change is needed and what to understand when a change has to happen in a...


How to Simply Create the Reality You Desire

How can we get something that we want or find ourselves in a situation that we would much like? As usual, I notice in society a dipole. On the one hand, those who believe that the result is a direct consequence of the effort, and on the other the ones who think they can simply ask for something and the universe will offer it to them. In my opinion, on the one hand, we have an overestimation of the effort and, on the other, a devaluation of it as there is no idea of even the slightest change...


The Process of Maturity

What happens when you believe in something too much? Most people may think that is necessary to have an "identity." And that the more deeply we have come into it the more proud we must feel. But have we noticed that this unilateral devotion is ultimately the one that leads us to a greater separation? Athletics are a good example, however, identification may not be so distinct. Perhaps without realizing, your conceptions and reactions come from a certain system of ideas. Especially if this...


Hiking Unforgettably all the Majestic Cinque Terre

Previous August I experienced the magnificence of hiking the Cinque Terre and of visiting all 5 villages. It's a place of outstanding beauty; blue sea, colorful-picturesque houses built on the edge of the rocks, olive trees and vineyards. I felt, thus, the need to describe this experience in detail. As a Token of Appreciation, you can download for Free my AudioBook How to Get Closer to Your Real Self: Entering a Path of Fulfilment and Long-Lasting Enthusiasm Made by You:


What Do We Mean by Metaphysical and How It Limits Our Perception

What do we mean by metaphysics today? Does it often give us the impression that it is something outside the natural? For my part, I can see a great admiration on a theoretical level in ancient philosophies, but at the same time a huge ignorance of the overwhelming majority of people for what is, in reality, described there. This is evident from the fact that we seem to be indifferent or even we intimidate elements that have appeared there when they are presented to us without the reference...


How the Change of Attitude Magically Leads to the Appearance of Solutions

I know well what it's like to be attached to something, to give it all, to think about it all the time, to try with more and more passion, but the results to not be coming; on the contrary, to feel that life totally disappoints you and does not give you what you are entitled to . This disturbs you and makes you angry because you probably think that your mental or physical body effort should produce better results. But does life work this way? And if anyone still says that this is true of...


The Freedom of Being Released from Labels

How much do the words we use and the labels in general limit us? We are accustomed to using them, and through them we are talking but often we neglect to take into account that the elements with which we have identified them do not necessarily describe the existing situation. Or when we describe ourselves, are we the same as anybody else bearing the same label or is there a reason not to do any action that seems unbalanced in relation to the label? As a Token of Appreciation, you can...


The Encirclement of Fear

Fear seems to be dominant, from the collective level to the deepest individual. Its "tentacles" appear everywhere, from emotional relationships to the labor market. Its consequences seem to be directly reflected in how we behave, how we make decisions and how we live. What I am debating is how much this is justified. I am concerned that we allow its influence on us and I understand that we can defend ourselves, while at the same time, we can also understand the reasons that is caused and by...