From b Enthusiasm to # Enthusiasm (1) Ruben Diaz Flamenco

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From b Enthusiasm to # Enthusiasm (1) Ruben Diaz Flamenco

Postby (rubendiaz) » Thu Jan 05, 2012 9:01 pm

Here is the first part of a series in which I will share my
experience into the topic of maintaining inspiration to play guitar.


1) Confronting The Risk Element http://www.rdiaz.org/rdvideo748.html




and here are the 10 rewards of following the study program
http://www.cfgstudio.com/cfgs-video8.html


my latest Television Performance in Malaga
http://www.rdiaz.org/rdvideo723.html


making of TV
http://www.rdiaz.org/rdvideo719.html

http://www.rdiaz.org/rdvideo720.html

All the best!
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Re: From b Enthusiasm to # Enthusiasm (1) Ruben Diaz Flamenco

Postby (admin) » Mon Mar 26, 2012 4:32 am

Ruben: You have moved into a most valuable and interesting topic with this new video series. Stepping out on the thin ice on a frozen lake is a vrisky thing to do. With experience, however, we soon learn that by staying very close to the shore we will only get our feet wet.

I have always felt that knowing who we are allows us to venture into areas of greater risk over the course of our life journey. Feeling confident in ourselves, accepting that we are not perfect and embracing that without mistakes there is no learning are important lessons in knowing the self. If we truly know the self we are never alone. Those who allow themselves to feel vulnerable have been able to achieve remarkable things that they first thought impossible.

Thanks for this inspirational topic and I look forward to other lessons in the series.
Life, as with music, often requires one to let go of the melody and listen to the rhythm

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