I just finished a 7 day intensive breathwork
retreat, here in Guatemala.
I also just moved here with my beautiful
beloved and our coming baby (Yay!!)
Stressful. Hard. And intense.
Well, it is when I don’t meditate.
You see, as with any retreat where we really
commit ourselves to healing, growing and
evolving as individuals and souls on this path…
It always brings up and shows us what we
need to work on most.
For me, it is really preparing me for what
it means to be a father.
Particularly, I am seeing how I need to learn
to really give to myself first, before giving
What do I mean by that?
Most importantly, with how I start my day.
Having just moved to Guatemala, and with my
beloved being pregnant, there is so much to do.
Everything from getting furniture, preparing
our home, cleaning, daily household tasks,
running this organization, and the list goes on.
You know what I mean. The endless list of
things to do.
Where it seems like we cross one thing off
our list, and two more are added.
So instead of starting my day with meditation
like I’m used to, which is SO important to me…
I’ve been getting sucked into the vortex of
“doing” right from the moment I wake up.
And it just takes me… throughout my whole
day until night falls and I’m exhausted.
Rinse and repeat.
Fortunately, this retreat has shown me so
clearly how I can NO LONGER do that.
How I NEED to start my day from a place
of stillness. Filling my own cup first.
Or else, the stresses of life just become
overwhelming to me.
And this retreat has intensified everything,
forcing me to a place where the ONLY thing
I can do… is go inside.
And when I do…
Life doesn’t have to be so stressful.
It doesn’t have to feel like I never
have time for myself…
Yes, there is ALWAYS something more to do.
It doesn’t matter what’s happening in
There is always something else to do…
If we let it.
But meditation is the key that ultimately
Life doesn’t have to be that way.
It doesn’t need to feel like you’re almost
drowning, gasping for air, looking for a
moment for yourself.
We don’t need to feel like machines, doing
things just because we have to, not even
And most importantly:
Life doesn’t need to be so stressful
or such a struggle!
Meditation shows us…
How to slow down.
How to take a breath and enjoy.
How to APPRECIATE LIFE.
How to not get so stressed out about
the little things.
How to stop being so run by our minds,
constantly “doing,” thinking of the
next thing we need to do…
And it really shows us the path to
living in peace.
Right here. Right now.
Your unique journey to the inner peace your
soul craves, is only available and shown
to you when you go inside and listen.
Meditation shows you the way.
To the inner peace, love, joy, presence, and
how to enjoy life more than you ever have.
No matter what you have to “do” or what
your “responsibilities” are…
… this deep state of inner peace and
JOY is truly available to you.
This is what it’s done for me.
And whenever I forget, or get caught up
with all the things life demands…
I am reminded.
Life does NOT need to be so stressful.
And we truly can have balance in life.
So I share this message with you today!
Praying this inspires you to see a different
way of living for yourself.
A life where you are NOT run by your mind.
And planting the seed, reminding you that
life is meant to be ENJOYED.
Beyond Ayahuasca, there is nothing more
valuable than meditation, to help you go
from where you are… to where you want to be.
Especially when it comes to creating your
What do I mean by that?
I have a great story for you!
In my next email!
[To be continued..]
With SO much love, so grateful for this journey together,
Trinity de Guzman & The Ayahuasca Healings Family
About 10 years ago, when I first started
to learn about meditation…
I had no idea what I wanted to do with
I was brainwashed by society to think
money was going to make me happy.
But it didn’t.
And I felt more lost and confused than
I found meditation.
And everything changed…
Finding this gift was the first step in
creating this life of love, joy, freedom,
and service, that I now live every day.
You have to hear this story.
We’ll speak again soon!