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Writing a diary is HEALTHY!

Today at work, my colleagues and I had a very interesting discussion about writing diaries. One of my colleagues stated that it was healthy to write down your emotions for various reasons. Hours later, I decided to google some information on diaries, and I can gladly confirm that YES it is healthy to own/ write a diary.

Apparently, writing your feelings down releases some sort of stress and tension from your brain. As a consequence, most diseases that comes from bottling up your emotions, like depression disappears. Writing assists with regulating emotions unintentionally.

My advice of the day is keep writing! and for those who don’t write, START writing. Life is too short to be depressed ūüėČ

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Posted by on February 28, 2013 in Books, Inspiration, Life, Spirituality


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The Hidden Messages in Water by Dr. Masaru Emoto


“The Hidden Messages in Water” sounded like a boring title to me. If it wasn’t for a friend of mine, I wouldn’t have even considered holding the book let alone read it but I’m glad I did.

Dr. Emoto effortlessly managed to convince me with visuals and simple words on how water is easily affected by human words, emotions, thoughts, music,,,, and well basically EVERYTHING. This book is filled with stunning illustrations of crystals (frozen water) taken from various locations, exposed to different environment, and different music. The results showed that (frozen water) crystals shine in a clean, positive environment and since we are made of about 70% water, we somehow react like water.

“Water has a message for the world: The world is linked together by love and gratitude.”- Dr. Masaru Emoto

The Hidden Messages in Water is an eye opener. It takes you to a new unexplored world of secrets. I highly recommend you this book.


Posted by on May 29, 2012 in Books, Spirituality


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The Way of the Bow by Paulo Coelho


If you are interested in archery lessons as well as aquiring a brief lecture on self improvement, then The Way of the Bow is the book for you. Coelho cleverly hits two birds with one stone in this manual book through a short tale.

The tale revolves around Tetsuya, the best archer of the country, educating a curious boy on the importance of intuition, flexibility, concentration, and tranquility in our daily lives through archery.

Although I am not a fan of reading short instructions books, I bizarrely enjoyed this one. Bare in mind that this is not your typical Paulo Coelho book.


Posted by on April 6, 2012 in Books, Inspiration, Life, Spirituality


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