No words can describe how excited and grateful I am for you being on this page at this right moment because there is reason behind everything you’ll ever do in life..
If you stick till the end of this journey that I will partake with you, you will grasp a moment of epiphany where I will open up to you from a far deeper level of life that most never get to experience on a day to day basis simply because what you will learn here is not taught in mainstream realm. My intention here is to share with you how is it that I’ve been able to get to where I am today so you can take this information and pay it forward to heal the world.
..but first, let’s wind the clock back when I was a kid. You see being a kid, you tend to get caught up very easily, amazed by everything you see and extremely naive. You are among millions of other innocent children brought up to a world already pre-written full of laws, conditioning, perceptions, guidance, control, fear and much more..
A world where the rules have been already established…
As a kid, you have no boundaries, no limits and no limiting beliefs.. Your mind is fresh and ready to conquer. My purest and deepest ambition back when I was kid was to become a famous basketball player. I just wanted the world to know how good I was. I used to play all the time in school and courtyards and knew that if I continued to practice, I would move forward in ranks and competitions. Unfortunately, I grew up in a very strict and unsupportive environment, where dreams did not mean anything and that whoever was going for it was simply wasting his time.
I’ve always asked them, my parents: “How is it that there are many other professional athletes all over the world that plays for big teams and associations. Aren’t they humans just like myself?
As always, I used to get the same answer: “they were really lucky..” or “these people are not happy..” or “stop wasting your time, go get a real career.”
With such enormous lack of support and living under strict parental supervision, my limiting beliefs increased, thus I gave up on my dream and listened to what my parents were feeding me because as mentioned above, as I child, like most, I was very venerable and naive.
I went to high school, then college and throughout my entire decade being in school, I was a very insecure person. I didn’t like the way I looked and I thought I wasn’t worthy due to past conditioning, so spent the majority of my time in solitude, growing mentally where I found inner peace and wisdom..
From a young kid till my college years, I was extremely curious… I always knew that there was more to life than what I was perceiving on a daily basis with the use of my five senses. I just knew it. Every time I was out, I used to visualize the environment, the architecture, the energy, pretty much everything. Questioning everything I saw!.. So, the first nugget that has allowed me to become who I am today is “curiosity”.