As part of my personal growth and evolution process I have been focused on implementing a daily routine practice, also called Dinacharya. This concept originates in Ayurvedic medicine and it’s based on the understanding that the synchronicity of humans and nature is vital to staying healthy.read more
A couple of weeks ago I went to visit my family who recently moved from NYC to Austin, TX. Coincidentally Austin is the first city in which I lived in the US, moving from Peru to Texas to get my MBA.
Austin was the beginning of my life in a new country. After my recent visit, I can’t help but look back and think about what happened in the last 10 years since I graduated from business school and left Austin.read more
A week ago I wrote you talking about the challenge of individuality versus community. It is an issue that has caused me an internal conflict for a long time. I kept it in my chest and had failed to put into words.
Now that I put it out there I feel more space inside, more honest with myself and more transparent in the relationship that I have with my individuality and my community.read more
A few days ago was independence day in Peru, the country where I grew up and lived until I was 25 years old. Looking back and having been out of a traditional society like the one in Peru for 12 years, I’m familiar with the challenge of growing to be your own person, especially if you are living in a small community and a conservative society while respecting your traditions.read more