Our deepest fear, by Marianne Williamson

“ Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate.Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.It is our light, not our darknessThat most frightens us.We ask ourselvesWho am I to be brilliant, gorgeous, talented, fabulous?Actually, who are you not to be?You are a child of God.Your playing smallDoes not serve the world.There’s nothing enlightened […]

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SIY Online| March 2021

This week we closed another edition of the Search Inside Yourself program with a very special group! I believe that these smiles and the words that follow portray how rewarding this experience was for everyone. Testemunhos “Incredible” “Very pertinent, it strengthens the connection with the group and allows us to share ourselves in an authentic […]

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The greatest gift: listening and being listened

Today, I share with you one of the mindfulness integrated practices that I like the most and that I feel has a huge impact on the way we relate to ourselves and with others: conscious listening. Most of us probably spend the day communicating with other people and feeling that we listen to them. In […]

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Human Family, by Maya Angelou

“ I note the obvious differences in the human family. Some of us are serious, some thrive on comedy.Some declare their lives are lived as true profundity, and others claim they really live the real reality. The variety of our skin tones can confuse, bemuse, delight, brown and pink and beige and purple, tan and […]

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SIY Associação Salvador| Feb 2021

We always like to share the programs we are developing and today the focus is entirely to Associação Salvador, where we had the pleasure of facilitating (together with Inês Diogo) the Search Inside Yourself program. And the reason is simple! They do an incredible job in promoting the social inclusion of people with motor disabilities […]

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What does neuroscience tell us about mindfulness?

Research shows that around 50% of our awake time we are mind-wandering and one of the reasons why that happens is because our brain has a default mode network. The concept of a default mode network was developed after researchers inadvertently noticed surprising levels of brain activity in experimental participants who were supposed to be […]

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For Belonging, by John O’Donohue

“ May you listen to your longing to be free. May the frames of your belonging be generous enough for your dreams. May you arise each day with a voice of blessing whispering in your heart. May you find a harmony between your soul and your life. May the sanctuary of your soul never become […]

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