We’re time and time again challenged to be loyal to the conviction that there’s always something good to keep from even the direst of situations. … More Articles on Self-improvement
Here’s sharing with you three simple recipes widespread in Greece, which are my own personal pick too for Christmas or New Year’s Day. … More Xmas recipes, tunes & films!
Byron may be more widely known as the man that inspired the famous ‘Byronic Hero’. However, in Greece Byron is something else–or rather, something more. … More Tracking Lord Byron
And think of ‘root’ as an umbrella term, whether you choose to call it ‘root chakra’ or simply your base, your grounding potential. … More Revisiting your Root
As Carl Jung also put it, what we ignore and avoid, persists. And it persists bad. … More Arc to ‘ego’, then speed on to ‘shadow’
In a predominantly extroverted society, ‘introversion vs. extroversion’ is another form of discrimination rarely spoken of. … More Decoding ‘introvert’
I once came across the East Asian “Red String of Fate” myth–pretty much how it happens when you’re not looking for gold. … More The Red String of Fate