Hello chic@s! Welcome to my blog one more Sunday. First of all, I want to explain to you why I've been so absent the last few weeks. I've started a new job, in addition to my regular classes, which I give every day. And the truth is, I haven't had much time to write.   Between work, classes, training and creating content for social media, I don't have time for more. That is why I want to tell you that from now on the posts will be irregular. When I have time and want to write about a specific topic, I will. I hope you continue to read with desire what I write for you with all my love.


Having said that, today I want to talk to you about an issue that many of you think you'll be interested in. After all, who doesn't want to fulfill all their dreams? Asked this question, I have another one. Do you think reaching a dream is easy? Actually, I'd like you to tell me if you've achieved any of your dreams and if you've had a hard time doing it, I'd love to read to you!


As always I speak from my personal experience and as not focused on dancing, which as some of you already know is my great passion. My dream for about 6 years was to become a professional dancer and be able to dance and teach at dance conferences all over the world. I was aware that it was a somewhat complicated dream, as there are countless very talented dancers who never make it out of their cities. But in my head there was only the YES. I think this is the most important detail to be able to achieve what we set out to do. Many times we dream of certain things but we are not entirely convinced that we will be able to achieve them. If even ourselves we don't think we can do it, how are we going to get it? Therefore, the first and most important thing is to have faith in yourself.


Depending on what we want to achieve, we must also make certain sacrifices. In the case of dancing, these are usually rehearsal hours that often cause you to miss important moments with family and friends. A great investment of time and money to receive quality training. Also keep rehearsing, or teaching with injuries and so on. Diets and workouts to have a healthy and aesthetically beautiful body, among many other things. All this I would sum it up as dedication. In addition to having faith in yourself, you have to be dedicated and consistent. Because as we all know, "whoever wants something, something costs him." We can't pretend to achieve our dreams if we don't do anything to make it so.


Motivation is also a very important factor. Sometimes we may feel we are missing, but we must find it again to move forward stronger than ever before. The truth is that I am very lucky in this area because motivation is something that I never lacked. How is that possible? Well, you see, I use everything in my favor to push myself. The positive messages of people who see me dancing, from my family and friends or from students who are happy to receive classes from me is the greatest motivation I can have without a doubt, however, it is not the only one. Negative messages also drive me to want to give more and more the best of me.

I have a memory of about three years ago that I will never forget. Someone literally said to me, "I don't think anyone's going to want to hire you alone." That phrase hurt, I felt belittled. But instead of believing what that person said, what I did was struggle to become the best version of myself. Today, three years later, I teach every day, and I don't have any free hours left, and guess what? I alone!! In short, use everything to your advantage. And whoever tells you you can't do it, prove otherwise.


Some what many people also talk about when it comes to fulfilling dreams is luck. I think a very small part is luck, the rest is hard work. No matter how lucky you get if you don't work and you don't know how to take advantage of the opportunities, nothing's going to come. Something that bothers me a lot are those moments when people say, well, if you're where you are, it's lucky. And no, if I got any of my dreams, it's for a lot more than just luck. It just so happens that the more you work, the luckier you get. So if you're lucky enough to have a chance to hold on to her and work hard.


Finally, something very important too. Once you manage to achieve your dreams don't forget to thank. Being pleasant will bring you joy and satisfaction and help you achieve more and more dreams. Because when you turn one, more start to appear!



I hope that you can achieve all your dreams just as I am fulfilling mine, and that you will tell me!!


As always, THANK YOU ALL, for your support always and for being here with me one more day.


See you next time!

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  • Hola Aurea.Espero que te encuentres muy bien.Te vi Bailar en un video de Salsa .De la Orquesta la Máxima ,Tema!! Quédate Una Noche Mas!! Me impresionantes mucho y tienes mucho Talento,Mucho Arte y Corografia..Bailas muy Espectacular y tienes muchos Dones y te deseo de todo Corazón que sigas así siempre ,tienes un bello provenir en el baile y que nuestro Creador y el Universo te sigan Bendiciendo Ahora y Siempre.Cuidarte mucho e te deseo muchos Éxitos y Triunfos en tu vida Artistica y Privada..Te recomiendo que algún día en un futuro no lejano viajes a la ciudad de Cali Colombia para que incorpore algunas Bases Sólidas de Bailar Salsa y Música Folklorica Del Pacífico Colombiano.Desde la dictancia un Fuerte Abrazo de Fraternidad lleno de Luz y Amor Universal para ti de todo Corazón 🙏🌹Namaste ❤️Namaste 🙏.

    • HenryL GIron
  • Te sigo desde hace tiempo, te ves una persona muy linda de corazón, todas mis bendiciones 😘

    • Maro Valdebenito Pérez