Look for the good in everything


“I have noticed that people are dealing too much with the negative, with what is wrong… Why not try the other way, to look into the patient and see positive things, to just touch those things and make them bloom?”

~Thich Nhat Hanh~

Thanks Thich Nhat Hanh and thhanks to Kevin Trudeau too, who often mentions this concept in his teachings.

Look for the good in everything, always. Whatever you feel, will put forth corcumstances, event, people and situations in your life that will make you experience more of the same feeling.

Your current daily emotional state is the indicator of what you have been vibrating earlier and what you are going to get in your future.

Much Love.


What’s the meaning of Zen?

Someone asked to a Zen monk:

What’s the meaning of Zen?

The Zen monk replied:

Oh, that’s easy: no self, no problem.

That’s it 🙂

-Eckhart Tolle


Zen is a tool

Zen is a tool, not an identity.

Beware the danger of identification to any belief system, the ego loves it.

Is this affirmation not a lack of respect, towards Zen itself? No, I think it’s not.

If you can’t joke and laugh about Zen … than it’s not Zen at all! : )

So my best appreciations come for something that is not pretending a “forced respect”, something that loves you openly and unconditionally even if you laugh at it.

In Alchemy this is described as the “Law of the Mirror”: 
only giving unconditional love you will receive unconditional love.

This concept is widely know also as the Karma.

And this indeed is generating the higher form of respect, something very powerful:

having the ultimate respect without pretending respect

described in the Tao Te Ching as “Wu Wei” or “acting without acting”.