Everyone loves spring. It is a time full of hopes for new beginnings. Nature is renewing and the new cycle starts. Continue reading
There are 365 days, 52 weeks and 53 weekends in 2013. Sounds like a lot of time! But the truth is that this time will fly. Unless we consciously decide how we want to experience this year, it may take a different direction and leave us disappointed 12 months later. Continue reading
This past weekend, I attended a two-day tai chi workshop organized by the International Taoist Tai Chi Society (“the Society”) in New York City. Tai Chi is an internal art. Often, not much is visible on the outside, but a lot is happening on the inside of the body. As I’ve been studying this ancient system for the last eight years, every time there is something new to discover. Which is good and “bad” at the same time; good because it is interesting all the time and “bad” because it requires being open and reinventing how my body performs the moves all the time.
And here is the catch. Continue reading