Artists collaborating together to add an atistic touch to their beautiful island.
As Puerto Ricans, we have been gifted with the legacy our ancestors, the Indian Taínos had left us. They honored this land, considering it a paradise until the Spaniards discovered it.
Over 200 locals from Llanos barrio (neighborhood) were there when José Abelardo, known as Pepo, was surprised on his 90 birthday celebration. His seven children and eleven grandchildren arranged the ‘gran fiesta’ in Aibonito, their homeland. The event was held on their big patio of the Hacienda, where Don Pepo had lived for more than six… Continue reading The Illustrius Jíbarito
Can you imagine the incredible magic that could flow into your life if you learn how to apply feng shui?
When we discover our authenticity, and honor the roots of our origin, we become enlightened Boricuas (Taíno name for Puerto Ricans). Through this awareness, we learn to perceive our world as a magical place, teaching us the Taínos that happiness is a journey to the heart.
As you dive into the luminiscent bay and contemplate the sky shooting you flickering kisses, see your whole body covered in a radiant light. Indulging in such a magical moment, cherish an experience that will stay with you forever.
Crowned by a feminine aura, the moon is considered a powerful goddess with the potential to bring magic into your life by manifesting your desires.
Even though only the cacique and the bohíque were the ones establishing communication with higher spiritual realms, the purifying state they were all able to reach through the areyto ceremony, would benefit each one of them, allowing them to receive grace, wisdom and joy.
In the beautiful land, surrounded by the crystal waters of its blue Caribbean Sea, I can hear through the waves a delightful music that arouses my soul. It is in those stunning sunsets where belonging seems so normal, and in those moonlit nights with showers of falling stars, when the sound of the coquí takes me… Continue reading In the Island of Enchantment
Sailing through canoes that were built by the Indian Taínos, they navigated the Caribbean and the Atlantic sea, finding a home in La Mona over 2,000 years before Columbus discovered America. They fell in love with the exotic island for its unique flora and fauna; giving thanks to Mother Nature for giving them… Continue reading Mona Island known as The Galápagos of the Caribbean