If you are reading this just stop. There’s no ultimate guide to nothing. Instead, learn to listen to your inner self and follow no ones advice.

I’m sick and tired of those new internet gurus that think they can tell you what to do, what to feel or think, because it worked for them, by calling it “the ultimate guide to…”

I encourage everyone to stop believing in an ultimate guide. No life path is remotely near to being the “ultimate nothing”.

What a real master does is just one thing; follow and support the apprentice own journey into their inner truth.

So, if you are reading this just stop. There’s no ultimate guide to nothing. Instead, learn to listen to your inner self and follow no ones advice. Even this one.

Ps. Have the courage to overcome the mind tricks and follow your heart. Just trust.


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32 years of life, 16 years of transformation and 10 lessons.

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  1. I’m in the process of accepting who I am. Nowadays, I have more willingness and empowerment to DOING my OWN stuff.
  2. I’m aware of my feelings. Nowadays, I’m more open to accepting whatever my feelings are and trying not judge them.
  3. I enabled myself to forgive… me. I’m my own worst and wildest critic. My mistakes have gotten me where I’m now, but it has only been a very short period time since I really understood and embodied that.
  4. I enabled myself to say sorry. Nowadays, I try to accept my mistakes and ask for forgiveness.
  5. I’m not fully enabled to forgive others, yet. Sometimes I find myself resenting very old situations and reliving the anger, frustration and pain. This is surely a WORK IN PROGRESS.
  6. I’m aware of my limitations. I got a lot of issues getting my head around this. I can do whatever I want, but, I need to set the standard according to who I am and the trade offs.
  7. I’m letting art and creativity just flow. No judging, just doing.
  8. I’m no longer afraid to showing my work. Eight years took me to upload my writings, drawings and other expressions of who I am.
  9. I’m taking over my life. Being conscious of some aspects of oneself is a one way journey. You can fool yourself, but you can never go back to a former state of ignorance. That’s taking over!
  10. I’m trying to being grateful. I’m learning to see happiness and suffering as opportunities for moving oneself to peaceful states of mind; and having that chance, is what I’m really grateful for.

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7 limiting thoughts I have about myself.

  1. I think I’m a fool for not seizing the day.
  2. I think that every time that I fail, I’m a failure.
  3. I think I’m smarter than I think.
  4. I think I would be happier if I had more money.
  5. I think I must start big, if not, it’s not starting.
  6. I think that not doing what I want is wasting time.
  7. I think it’s impossible to seize the day having this thoughts about myself.

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