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"Wolność to umiejętność kreowania własnego życia według własnych marzeń" – Leszek K.

Tenerife - Puerto de la Cruz






My first journey to Tenerife took place in 2008. In the meantime I visited the island once. This time was third because of convenient and affordable return flight from Tenerife to El Hierro. Tenerife is the biggest of the Canary Islands and El Hierro the smallest.
Tenerife South Airport welcomed us with a good warm weather being a contrast to English winter cold. The airport is very busy and full with people, coaches and other vehicles. Waiting for a bus to Puerto de la Cruz I could see taking off planes every 5-10 minutes. It is a huge business all year round. A bus goes to Puerto de la Cruz around the island and it takes around an hour and a half. A lot has changed for the better there. A bit colder and cloudy but you may sea a beautiful town located between the ocean and volcanic rocks. The town is often visited by tourists but still not crowded, quiet , very attractive, safe, hospitable and a lot more. Every evening you may hear played nice music in a few places. Puerto de la Cruz has its unrepeatable spirit and beauty. There is a beautiful few kilometres walk along the ocean from one side of the town to other. Normally you may see  a great view of Mount Teide above but this time was covered by clouds most of the time.
I don’t like to travel to the same place again but Puerto de la Cruz is an exception and I loved to be there. The main tourist attraction and destination is  Loro Park. It is the zoo but unusual zoo. It is located in the beautifully maintained evergreen park. Visiting the zoo takes a few hours at least . It is not boring to stay there even the whole day long. The most exciting thing in Loro Park are shows performed by orcas, dolphins, sea lions and parrots. These shows are really top quality and animals and trainers seem to be happy during the performance. Puerto de la Cruz is linked by bus with the heart of Tenerife – Teide National Park. The huge area presenting unusual wild and fabulous landscape. Everywhere hard old lave forming this enormous crater with many rock formations. Everything located over 2000 m above sea level. Sometimes Puerto de la Cruz is with clouds but Teide Park welcomes us with a clear blue sky. Most of the area of the park is located at the bottom of the volcano El Teide – the highest peak of Spain /3700 m above sea level/ It was only three days long stay in Tenerife but very exciting an engrossing. Maybe I will go there forth times ? :-)  We have started to thing about our flight to El Hierro….

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Not too often a graffiti presents anything worthy of note. I was happy to find this graffiti on the footbridge. It has coaxed me to think about forgiveness again and finally to write a post.  We may feel a victim or executioner. As a victim we experience and feel permanent grievance to others blaming them for our suffering. As an executioner we may blame ourselves for our deeds from the past.  Both of predicaments are emotionally hard and destructive.  Most of us bear this huge grudge for the whole life without even awareness of  its very dangerous negativity. These hard feelings decrease our personal energetic vibrations and become a strong frame limiting our possibilities of experiencing more happiness in our lives. Most of us think and feel that an executioner doesn’t deserve forgiveness and evaluate that process as illogical. A constructive attitude toward forgiveness presume that an executioner is not the most important person in the entire process. Forgiveness brings advantages mainly to  a forgiver. It breaks binding and harmful ties and frees a  forgiver from an executioner for ever. It let to heal the past and opens widely a gate for the future. Personal energy increases automatically and is able to attract more happiness into a forgiver life. Forgiveness is absolutely purifying and changes the perspective of a forgiver. When we permanently bear a sense of guilt because of our deeds from the past we are a victim an executioner in one person. We experience very similar mental and emotional suffering like in a case of blaming others. Our personal energetic vibrations are similarly decreased. First of all we need to be aware of possessing the right to forgive yourself every even the worst deed from the past. I think so that is our right given straight from God. It is a chance given us to have the possibility to improve yourself and other things around us. Absolutely yes – forgiveness is a miracle and works wonders for us …..








The five senses and conscious mind are commonly appreciated among us in the modern world. Rational thinking and human conscious mind let us to walk through our lives with a sense of orientation. An ability to find yourself in the material world definitely requires using these basic tools. Most of us believe that everything what we call real comes from these two sources. Of course such a level of awareness dominated by the rational capacity  lets people to live, survive, work, get married, have children etc. In other words all is well. However there is the very limited worldview. First of all our subconscious mind decidedly plays the more important role in our lives than the conscious mind. It happens regardless we are aware of that or not. It is the fact. Our lives are led from the subconscious level in over 90 %. What does it mean ? We think we made an independent choice using the five senses and rational thinking. We are in a serious error because nothing can appear in our material world what had not been before in our subconscious mind. In other words we are led thorough the life by the emotional and mental patterns located in the subconscious mind. These patterns were shaped by our parents, school education or environment. We didn’t choose them. They were simply implanted into our unconscious mind. Generally speaking most of us is not aware of that situation. This doesn’t mean we are doomed for such a state of mind. We are able to reprogram our unconscious mind. To be honest it is a huge challenge and most of us never bother to make a serious effort in this matter. The conscious mind belongs to us, the unconscious one is the part of the Universal Divine Mind. This Divine Magical Space is the source of all creations, the source of everything. In order to change the level of our awareness, the level of our conscious mind we need to face the fact that we comes from this Divine Universe. If we don’t do it we are separated from the countless possibilities to make our life more happy, more abundant, more valuable, more aware, more mature and so on …
The world beyond the conscious mind helps us to lead the valuable and mature life in our material reality. The journey to the Divine Magical Space lets us to come back to our material reality and successfully to spot all things from absolutely different, wider Divine perspective. For the first time we transformed ourselves and got the inspiration, power and ability to transform consciously our personal material reality.






We live our five senses lives in the material environment. Most of us confine ourselves living the life limited by this narrow perspective. To my mind the art of the life is to live in the same material environment but perceive all things through the prism of the Divine perspective. In order to shift our point of view we need to spot and experience a sense of Divine space inside us. It is the essence of our existence. It is the source that can enrich our five senses lives. Sometimes happens that a person lives two parallel lives. One from the spiritual level  and other from the five senses level. There is a dual attitude.  The art of life is ability to build a bridge between these two areas and unite them. Such kind of oneness let us to see and feel  that everything we perceive using our five senses has deeper Divine order and meaning. Living the life which is constantly supported and possesses more security, faith, love or guidance makes us happier and brings a peace of mind. We become braver to dream and throw down challenges. Loneliness disappears and never come back. We feel like teenagers having awareness of our eternal Divine element.





The post from 24.02.2015  transferred to today


Kiedy nasza matka dowiedziala sie ze jest w ciazy tym samym pojawila sie nasza pierwsza tozsamosc jako dziecka. Teraz jeszcze przed narodzinami przyszla matka zazwyczaj zna plec dziecka i to kolejny element pojawiajacej sie tozszamosci dziecka poloczony z imieniem i nazwiskiem. Pozniej nasza tozsamosc rozwija sie i stajemy sie przedszkolakami, uczniami, nastolatkami,studentami, pracownikami, szefami, rodzicami i tak to sie wszystko powtarza. Wiekszosc ludzi patrzy wlasnie tak na swoja zyciowa tozsamosc, nie wykraczajac poza materialne ramy. Nawet jesli pojawiaja sie jakies religijne mysli zwiazane z dusza czy tym co dzieje sie z nami po smierci to zazwyczaj nie maja one wiekszego i glebszego wplywu na poczucie tozsamosci. Codzienna materialna rzeczywistosc przeslania wszystko i wymaga ogromnego wysilku aby przechodzic z jednego dnia do drugiego. Stajemy sie nieswiadomymi trybikami ekonomicznej machiny.  Ciagle dazenie do czegos, zmaganie sie z roznymi zyciowymi sutuacjami wywoluje cala game roznych emocji. Czesto dominuja zmartwienia i lek o jutro albo chec zdobywania wiecej i wiecej za wszelka cene. Niewielu ludzi posiada wewnetrzny spokoj i harmonie podazajac jakas zrownowazona indiwidualnie wypracowana sciezka.Jesli przychodza do nas mysli o naszej duszy to przewaznie mamy poczucie, ze jest ona dodatkiem do naszego ciala. Od pewnego czasu moje odczuwanie staje sie powoli zupelnie odwrotne, a mianowicie nasze cialo jest tylko dodatkiem do wiecznej duszy. Tym samym zaczynam doswiadczac, ze nasza prawdziwa tozsamosc jest niematerialna i wieczna. Czy zatem jestem kims kto deprecjonuje nasze zycie materialne ? Oczywiscie, ze nie. Chodzi mi jedynie o uchwycenie innej o wiele szerszej niematerialnej perspektywy naszego istnienia. Patrzac i odczuwajac zycie przez pryzmat naszej wiecznej duszy zmienia sie cale postrzeganie swiata materialnego i naszej tozsamosci. Nasze obecne zycie fizyczne jest tylko jednym z kolejnych wcielen na drodze naszej duszy do rozwoju i doswiadczania zycia ziemskiego. Taka perspektywa pozwala uchwycic lepiej nasza codziennosc, przewartosciowac wiele spraw,  nabrac dystansu do siebie i otoczenia. Wiele spraw, ktorym poswiecalismy czas i energie latami moga sie okazac nie warte tego. Nalezy pamietac, ze nasza prawdziwa tozsamosc jest zawsze doskonala poniewaz ma swoje Boskie zrodlo.  






Gozo is the second largest inhabited island of the Republic of Malta and covers only 64 square kilometers. Around 10 km journey by a ferry takes less than one hour. The Malta Island is very good linked linked with Gozo by ferries. Ferries are quite big and able to transfer cars as well. It was a big pleasure to sail and sea the Malta Island from the sea. My trip to Gozo was one day excursion and I decided to visit the place which seemed to be the most interesting to me – the Dwejra Bay. It was excellent choice and I could spend a few hours walking and enjoying fabulous views, beautiful coastline and rock formations. The landscape of Gozo and the entire country of Malta is quite flat but unusual about colours of rocks and its shapes. I think so I haven’t seen anything like that so far. I am still impressed. When I was coming back to the ferry passenger terminal I intuitively wanted to see the capital of Gozo Rabat. Its population is around 7000 inhabitants. The old part of town was really worth to visit and surprised me a lot. This day in Gozo was a gift for me. Everything was absolutely fine.

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The third largest island of the Republic of Malta is Comino. It sounds funny because Comino covers only 3.5 square kilometers in area. It was one of the smallest islands I have ever been. There is only one or two hotels. Comino is linked with Malta Island by small ferries sailing regularly during the day. The distance is just a few kilometers. The destination for ferries in Comino is the Blue Lagoon. The water is really blue, one of the best I have ever seen. Additionally a coastline is unusual too. I spend a few hours in Comino and walked around the island. On foot it is not such tiny :-) Maltese landscape looks poor but remains unrepeatable. During return sail from Comino the boat was sailing very close to the coastline of Comino let us admire from short distance the rocks and caves. It was absolutely fantastic experience.

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Malta Island - The Blue Grotto





Malta Island

It is genuinely beautiful island. The main island of the Republic of Malta. In November a temperature is around 20 degrees centigrade during the day. So very warm to visit what you like.  The countryside has a lot of flat land but its coastline is amazing. Absolutely fantastic rocks shaped in the naturally fabulous way. The Blue Grotto is a good example. I joined in a few short boat trip during my stay in Malta and it was an excellent occasion to see everything from a short distance.  A lot of old „yellow” buildings particularly Valletta, Mdina and Birgu. Malta is blessed with many prehistoric megalithic temples. What does it mean to me ? It means that for some reason it was a special place on Earth and attracted contemporaneous people to live there and leave the signs of their culture up to now. Of course everything is artificially rebuilt but eternal energy still flows in these places. I visited two temples : Tarxien Temples and Hagar Qim Temples. Everything in Malta exceeded all my expectations. If I had been a free man I would have stayed there for at least a few months :-)






Malta as a country is called the Republic of Malta and is located in the Mediterranean Sea 80 km from Italy and around 300 km from Tunisia and Libya. The country  is made up of number of islands and constitute the Maltese Archipelago. The Republic of Malta covers just 316 square km with a population  around 450 000. The  largest island is Malta /246 square km/. The second largest island is Gozo /67 square km/ Both of them are inhabited. The third inhabited island is tiny Comino /3,5 square km/ . I think so the Maltese Archipelago consist of a dozen islands but most of them are only small rocks. The country is very tiny but exceptionally interesting and engrossing. Its long history is confirmed by many of Neolithic temples. Local people look similar to Moroccan. Maltese society is really multi-ethnic and I always had to put some effort to find Maltese :-) All people can communicate in English even elderly. They probably remember British Empire.  Malta has two official languages: Maltese and English. Malta obtained the independence from British Empire in 1964 but is still a member of British Commonwealth. Valletta is the capital of the Republic of Malta. This very little city /0,8 square km/ is absolutely fascinating and unusual. Of course Malta is the member of the European Union and this fact probably meaningfully decides about Maltese multi-ethnic society. The unemployment is very low around 4%. The biggest island of the Republic of Malta is Malta that is sometimes called Valetta to distinguish the name from country’s name. Most of the population of the country live in Malta Island. The part of the island around Valletta is very densely populated. One town borders with another without a free space. There are a lot of cars and I could see regular traffic jams every day. Malta has an extraordinary architecture and every building and house is …. yellow. It is the colour of Maltese limestone.

I was very intrigued looking at the pictures of Valetta before my travel to Malta. The panoramic view of Valletta from a distance is fabulous and astonishing. This tiny city is located on the very small peninsula and fully walled. Valletta was a fortress. During my walking tour around the peninsula and along the walls I could see a fantastic upper view of the city, the Mediterranean Sea and beautiful other small peninsulas and bays. I was thinking how Valetta looks inside. The city was built in XVI century according to the grid street plan. It means that streets run at right angles to each other. Contrary to appearances Valetta is not tight inside. There are a lot of narrow beautiful streets. However there are spacious squares and gardens too. Most of the city is free from cars and used only by pedestrians. Additionally looking outside of the city we have panoramic views. At the edge of the city we may visit two twinned beautiful gardens. The Lower Barraka Garden and The Upper Barraka Gardens. Particularly the second one is really exceptional. I find it as the most beautiful place in Valletta. There is a breathtaking panoramic view from this place.

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