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“The most profound personal growth does not happen while reading a book or meditating. It happens in the throes of conflict, when you are angry, afraid, frustrated. It happens when you are doing the same old thing and you suddenly realize that you have a choice.”
― Vironika Tugaleva

2017 - 1


Creating artwork is how I escape from the daily routine and direct attention on experiencing my creative side, expressing my imagination and energy and expanding my inner world to multidimensional possibilities.
Artistic activities bring clarity, spirituality, holistic power in my life and allow an alignment with my true nature. This then translates in a more intentional approach to living a conscious life.



I take some time to focus on noticing my thoughts and body: instead of pushing negative feelings away I practice awareness as they are part of life and they are opportunities to learn things about ourselves.
After realizing that negative thoughts repeatedly cause me pain, I am happy to let it go and make progress.
Watching my negative emotions, like they are objects passing by, it allows to remove their power over me.



I’ve started yoga practice about two years ago. It wasn’t easy and natural at the beginning but over time it became part of the weekly routine and now I can’t think of my life without it! While I practice it I reach a conscious state of unity between mind and body; a full, grounded presence that elevates me to a higher dimension. Those simple actions convey spiritual meaning to my actuality and leave me energized and ready for the rest of the day.


My dog

For me one of the best ways to center myself is going for a walk with my dog. I’ve found my perfect match in him and we were meant for each other! So it is deeply relaxing and satisfying to witness him browsing and sniffing around the streets in full enthusiasm. Participating to that joy allows me to take a break from the rest of the world, while still being present and enjoying a higher level of connection with him and within myself as well.



I would like to share the greatest daily practice I’ve adopted in my life: writing in a gratitude journal every night before I go to sleep. For the last six years this has been a part of my evening routine. No matter how bad my day has been, there are always so many things to be grateful for. And you know what? I very rarely have bad days anymore! It’s been amazing to witness how the practice of gratitude fosters more and more experiences to be grateful for. The mere acknowledgement of it really can do wonders for your state of being. Finding the positive side of everything makes the not-so-great stuff pass by more easily. They say that “gratitude is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others,” and I wholeheartedly agree.