For the last couple of months, I’ve been living on my own. Went on the road to find something or everything that I was missing or possibly I somehow lost along the way. Took this important trip without my dear friends, without all the repeating patterns that surrounded me for the past decade of my life.

And for an individual who truly loves people, this was a difficult journey. The one I had to take at this point of my life, cause I do believe that if you want to go further, sometimes, and especially if you’re not outspoken and truthful enough to reveal your thoughts whenever that’s necessary, you need to make some difficult decisions.

Even if it means you’ll start traveling all by yourself, chilling alone in your noisy little apartment or listening to some surprisingly uplifting beats completely opposite to what you’ve been listening up to recently, wishing you’re physically somewhere far away while initially not realizing the mistakes that brought you to this different reality in the first place.

Even if you’re not certain you made the right decisions with all these self-development perks you’ve been rewarded with lately, that at points unexpectedly launched you to the happiest peaks of your existence, revealing exactly the same feelings you had as an unspoiled teenager when you believed you can undoubtedly change the world. All by yourself.

Sometimes you alone can make miracles happen. Sometimes you make miracles happen with the right people by your side.

So… Even before you start making any plans, be sure to reach the spiral mode. Be yourself and have honest interaction with the world that surrounds you. This doesn’t mean you have to be a guru or yoga expert, or the person who knows everything and can help everyone in every single situation; this actually means you only have to be yourself. True you. Nothing else.


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Spiral – A spiral is a symbol of growth, development and evolution, because of the way it can be drawn forever.

The Spiral refers to the universe and the way in which it grows. It can be seen in everything from the tiny form of DNA molecules and the paths of subatomic particles, to the cosmic form of galaxies and the paths of planets around stars, including countless cases in between such as the shape of the nautilus shell, sunflowers’ faces, fingerprints, hurricanes, the cochlea, crop circles, springs, heating coils, and energy-saving light bulbs. (source)


Palo Santo – Palo Santo (also known as Bursera graveolens) is an aromatic tree that grows wild in Mexico and along down to the coast of South America.

Both male and female Palo Santo trees exist, and they have a tendency to grow in an unusual pack: the groups exist as one male tree and eight female trees. There are many uses of Palo Santo. Said to possess healing and cleansing powers, the wood is often used for purification. Palo Santo wood has also been used to produce wooden boxes, wine barrels, charcoal, incense, insect repellant, medicine, and essential oils. (source)