Specially for beginners, this short guided meditation is just 7 minutes long, and focuses on the breath and relaxing your body.

I hope if fills your day with wisdom and happiness, and helps you with anything you need it to help you with!

Would love to know your opinion about it. Did it work? Did you like it? was it too fast, to slow?

Please share with whomever you think could benefit from it!


Today’s meditation at the Three Jewels was fantastic! I hope you enjoy it.

The AC was on, so there will be some noise in the background, but if you pay attention to your breath and the words, the noise should not be too much of a problem.

Would love to know what you think!

Have a weekend full of perfect moments.


Daily Lessons in 2014

It is said that every day we learn something new. It is probably true. But rarely we actually digest our daily lessons, so it just stays in the unconscious where it is not easily accessible.

I am taking on this year to write down everyday something new I have learned, done, realized, every day, so by Jan 1st 2015 I will have learned and recorded 365 lessons.

Why am I doing this? I read recently something that said: 2014 will be 365 days with infinite potential. I decided to add a layer of intention to all that potential. The added intention to this potential will make my mind look for patterns of  learning something though my experience in life.

I will take every day at least 5 minutes to write down, or make a video, or a piece of audio speaking about something new that I have learned, done or realized that day.

I bet some daily lessons learned will be awesome cool tips like a little lifehack or a quick kitchen tip. But I also expect lessons that could be more painful to deal with, life lessons that could drastically change the course of my life, things about me that I might not really like to see or realize. Who knows what it could be! After all, it’s INFINITE POTENTIAL we are talking about. Right?!

It’s gonna be a trip!


The documentary The Perfection Of Giving. How it happened.

The Perfection of Giving started as a short story about a young organization called the 108 Live Project, for which I volunteer and are active member. By the time I came in, early on, another volunteer, also filmmaker, had started documenting everything in video, but eventually she had to travel away for a while, so I took over the task.

The Perfection Of GivingI started documenting the organization and the process of our first pilot program in Nepal: to bring happiness to 108 beggars in Kathmandu and find a way to replicate the process in other places in the world. So my focus was about the 108 Lives Project. The idea was basic, let’s make a video that shows the people how we did it.

As the organization evolved, so did the story. The trip to Nepal changed many things, inside of me and for the film.

I was challenged by one of my teachers, on how large the theme of generosity could potentially be, and the high profile character that can be interested in participating. I was challenged by a monk with his philosophical ideas of service and intent. And I was inspired by other filmmakers whom I met in Nepal, just for two days, my friends at the Planetary Collective (they are doing some amazing work, please check them out!)

And so, The Perfection of Giving became a search for the meaning of true generosity, for the philosophical and practical applications of generosity. For the way it affects the lives of the people how gives as much as those who receive. Giving has so many layer, so many ways of manifesting in our lives.

Now, I am on this journey, with a few awesome teammates, and many new experiences, to create a whole series of documentaries, and a final movie, reaching out in every direction to the many ways that we can perfect giving, to inspire people to understand how giving makes us happy, and how ultimate evolution is in sharing and giving, and understanding that the biggest act of giving is when one gives one’s self completely, for others, without expecting anything back.