Habitual patterns – what runs our lives

As we grow up, moving on from childhood to adulthood, we develop ways of behaviour, habitual patterns. At first we just get used at doing things in a particular way and say "This is a better way of doing this" or "This reaction is the most appropriate at this situation". […] Read more »

With the patience to the mountain top

That day I was having a walk on the mountain Amiata, which is the highest in our area, a place where a local Dzogchen community is located. So its a very beautiful place with a scenic view over the Tuscany valleys. We were walking in the forest almost on the […] Read more »