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Entry #2

Entry #2 of the Self-Discovery Process – Be an associational thinker.

Creative process. Risks. Mistakes. Pick up the pieces. Learn. Continue.

What would you do if you weren’t afraid?

Blurring the boundaries between my thoughts.

I have not met a person who does not have fears, yet is how you deal with them that creates a difference between us all. I have fears, I have plans, I made mistakes, I lost and gained important relationships, I am …oh well, me.

I ache for that feeling of pure joy, of freedom, like driving with the windows all the way down and letting the air run through my hair. That moment of silence when you see something extraordinary and words are worthless and you just want to stay there, as still as you can so it doesn’t disappear, and admire the beauty in front of you. That moment that makes your stomach really small and cuts your breath away and you know it is a unique and singular moment, in its beauty and agony. A moment that is passing through time but stays with you forever.

But too many thoughts run through my mind and that moment only lasts few seconds and … it’s gone. It is now  a memory.

And we live through the memories while dreaming of tomorrows.


It is ok to make mistakes. Freestyle. Pick up the pieces and try again.

Most of the time we play it safe. Pre-scripting our lives.

Courage…Courage to step into the unknown willing to make mistakes, knowing you can discover something extraordinary.

And here it is … creativity 



Entry #1

Entry #1 of the Self-Discovery Process.


Just go with the flow. I follow my instinct without looking back or over-analyzing. Throughout my teen/adult life I was so careful about my words and my actions, overthinking all aspects of my surroundings that I feel like I lost track of myself a bit. So, to take Danza where I want to, I have to first take myself on a discovery journey. It is not going to be easy but here I am. Let’s see where this goes.


I feel like social media went to whole new level with this “great life” everyone is showing. Do not get me wrong, I love social media and all of technology’s aspects, but where is the truth? how much of what we see is true? I have a strong feeling not all we see is so pink and dreamy. And, honestly, it is not human to have it all put together and all good things going to your way all the time (or is it and I am just not one of those lucky ones?). Anyways, I am not here to talk about other’s life. Each with their lives.

The reason I started talking about social media is about what I am going to write here and it might not be on the same page with what social media shows right now, which is all “beauty, travel, perfect lifestyle”.

I had and have a great life, don’t get me wrong.  Lucky to be able to do what I want, with supportive family and friends. But I want more from myself. I want to learn about who I am and see how far I can take myself on spiritual, professional, personal level.



Changing Times

And we start doing something, then we change, then we get lost, then we get an idea…we follow it, we adjust the trajectory a little bit and we end up doing something we were supposed to do from the very beginning. Why do we get off topic so often and so much? We stop listening to what our inner self is telling us and start looking too much around us to what we are supposed to do…and we end up half way through our lives figuring out that we were meant to do something else, something we were supposed to do from the very beginning and we forgot about it.


we get lost on the way…my question is how we get less lost and how we stay more on track than often?


DanzaSphere is changing…and until that happens I will write down some of my thoughts…some will make sense, some will seem unable to follow .. but isn’t this how our mind runs sometimes? plus, I need to relax somehow throughout this process and writing has always been a good getaway.


Roge Cavailles

I have talked about it here   about the Roge Cavailles  products and I am as happy about them now as I was before. Now, I tried 3 new products and the brand kept their promise in delivering good quality.

I have tried now the soap, shower oil and body milk, which are perfect for this time of year when your skin gets a bit dehydrated and sensitive. They nourish it without overloading it and lets your skin glowing and looking healthy.

The Almond and Rose Soap is one of my favorites tried so far as soap wise. Usually, a soap dries out your skin. We all know that from experience, yet this one let’s my skin soft while cleaning it really well. Double win, if you ask me! I use it every day and I plan to use it from now on.

I have always loved shower gels based on oil formula. They have the proprieties of a gel combined with the effects of a body oil, meaning it not only cleans it well, but it deeply hydrates your skin which, as a consequence, protects it from dryness. And as I haven’t heard one single person who likes a dry skin, this oil from Roge Cavailles really does what it says.

As the Nutrissance Body Milk, what more can I say than I am extremely happy with it? I love a formula which is light on my skin but also takes care of it. It is made 97% of natural ingredients which include jojoba oil, sweet almond oil, and karate butter, 8 vitamins and minerals, like Omega 3 & 6, Vit E, Provit B6, magnesium, Zink, and few others. When all these elements are carefully studied (Roge Cavailles has 90 years of experience)  into obtaining a product that is specially made to protect and hydrate you skin, you can be sure this product is more than suitable for you.

I highly recommended it to all my friends and family because it is one brand I really like and with great results.


You can find them in pharmacies around the country and online on EMag, Farmacia Tei and Dermastore.

Sponsored by Roge Cavailles

Outdoors Indoors

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This truly makes me happy! “Multicultural Modernism”

“In designing a home for one of Venice’s typically long and narrow lots, Ehrlich recalled lessons he’d learned from the local architecture of Nigeria and the courtyard layout of houses in the medinas in Morocco. He calls his approach “multicultural modernism.” The result is a house that takes advantage of the climate and that uses natural systems and technology to boost the home’s efficiency.” (Houzz)


Just listen to what they are saying about keeping the environment as it is and working with it, instead of against it. This is just amazing!





The Interview | Javier Capitaine

Throughout this life we encounter all sorts of people, some make bigger impacts on ourselves than others and we end up learning so much more than we expected. Getting to know Capi was one of those moments in life when I knew I met someone who isn’t just extraordinary as a person but as a mentor and coach as well.

With a vast experience in mentoring and coaching, Capi is one person you definitely need to have around. With a strong dedication to his work and the rare ability to help one discover themselves, I can say I truly admire him and  I only wish more people would follow his desire in discovering the possibilities of human kind.


Javier Capitaine is the CEO & Founder, Head Coach at GSA Global Systemic Activation.

What is GSA and how is it different from other methodologies or approaches?

GSA stands for Global Systemic Activation and it is a Systemic Integrated Approach for the design, implementation and management of learning and training processes from beginners to high performance levels.

Each and every one of us is responsible for the processes of teaching, learning and training, whether sports oriented or not. So, this program is focused on those people who need to acquire skills in designing, implementing and managing transformational experiences through a systemic approach.


Tell us about your/GSA believes and how are they implemented into the program?

There are three fundamental beliefs that funded GSA:

  • Each one of our “HERE AND NOW” is made up of the dynamics of change brought about by our physical, mental and emotional drifting.
  • We are beings determined by our structures and we are definitely open to design; we are a consequence of everything we have learned.
  • We come into being from actions. Action is everything; we transform ourselves through doing and nothing is modified by playing with ideas.

Everything is connected: mind, body, and soul. How does GSA connect them and what can we expect from such an experience?

Our Courses Are Based On Conversations Which Teach Participants To Recognize, Activate And Manage Emotional Dynamics, And Also On Coaching Interactions. A Variety Of Exercises Are Used During Processes Involving Learning, Practicing And Training.

Each Session Combines Systemic Global Activation Units Involving Interactions Which Unify The Mental, Physical And Emotional Dimensions Into One. This Approach Is Not Limited To Sports And Fitness.This Approach Is For Individuals And Groups Of People Who Are Involved In Any Kind Of Learning And Training Processes.

The GSA Proposal Is Unique, And Each Session Is A True Challenge To Our Learning Capacity. Participants Are Given Situations To Solve Using Different Motor Skills And Combining Volume, Intensity, Active Pauses And Sequential Organization.

Excercises Include Multitasking And Multifaceted Approaches, And There Is An Emphasis On Perception, Particularly Visual And Rhythmical.

GSA Avoids Traditional, Structured Activities Involving Mechanical Repetition That Neither Include Multi Perceptual Aspects Nor Involve The Range Of Actions To Choose From Which Depend On Variables Proposed By The GSA Coach.

A GSA Session Includes Integrated Exercises For Both Individuals And Groups.

These Interactions Bring Together Body-Brain-Emotional Dynamics Which Act As Specific Triggers In The Transformational Processes.

And this is just an intro to GSA and what Capi is capable of succeeding. We will be back with more.

Thank you, Capi!


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Saturday night thoughts

Human relationships are weird. They push you towards getting to know yourself better but not in the easiest way, especially new but old relationships. When you reconnect with people you knew years back, they, just like you, changed. Or maybe you didnt know them as well as you get to know them now. But lets just keep the “they changed” option on the table. You grew up and so did they. So, now instead of trying to connect the old dots, you should start fresh like it is a new person. The problem is not that easy. Either you want to accept it or not, you, involuntary, make the connections and compare. But with time, you start realizing that, if both of you grew in the right directions, the dots will eventually meet. You just have to have patience and nerves to get over some obstacles.

People are never easy. None of us is.  Any person comes with pluses and minuses and that is the best part of it. Sometimes they drive you crazy or you drive them crazy, but if you want to hug them after that, then most certainly it is the right track to follow.

When someone drives you nuts (in a good way, if that even exists), then probably you care about them more than you would want to accept.

Bare in there and be honest. Of course, honesty is never easy to accept but if you do it in good will, then you are fine. I hope! Still figuring that out.

My thoughts…after all these,  a real hug goes a long way!