The plan is to launch a biweekly newsletter where I will share recommendations of anything I consumed in some way and liked. In the meantime, below are the most recent books I’ve read.
If you click on the cover of any book, you’ll be redirected to my full review of it on Goodreads.

Time to Stand Up: An Engaged Buddhist Manifesto for Our Earth -- The Buddha's Life and Message through Feminine Eyes
it was amazing
Time to Stand Up is an incredibly important book I’m adding to the must-read list for anyone. Although Thanissara comes off a little angry and alarmed at first (with reason), the tone throughout the book is hopeful yet logical, encouragi…
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali
liked it
The Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is a book I’ve been meaning to read for long before I had a consistent yoga practice. To my surprise, I bought a summary of the summary of a book that is extremely complicated to understand. On a more positiv…
Ayurveda: The Science of Self-Healing
really liked it
Short and to the point, Dr. Vasant Lad gives a detailed yet enticing overview of Ayurveda, ultimately giving what feels as the secret to a good life. While some concepts are difficult to make sense out of, some others click immediately a…
The Book: On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Are
it was amazing
It’s always shocking, both in a good and bad sense, to read a book that was written almost six decades ago which remains relevant and true. Alan Watts explores every philosophy and religion’s main questions in less than 200 pages, offeri…
Cartas a Antonia: Las conmovedoras reflexiones y enseñanzas de un abuelo a su nieta
it was amazing
Qué bonito libro. Desde la idea, al contenido, a la forma de expresar las cosas más simples (pero fascinantes) como un atardecer diciendo “la noche planea antes de caer”, hasta la edición y formato en el cual se presenta todo. Me inter…