Jun 8, 2024, 1:21 AM
Tato Malay

Tato Malay


I used to get asked to speak at events and give talks about Kamalayan, which is about finding deeper insights into ourselves and our purpose in life. However, I started noticing something strange. After people listened to my talks, some unexpected things began happening in their lives.

For instance, some employees felt the urge to quit their jobs, students wanted to drop out of school, couples decided to break up, and religious followers started exploring spirituality in new ways. It seemed like my words were causing a kind of awakening that led people to question their current paths and seek greater meaning in their lives.

But why did this happen? It's because when people heard my talks, they began to uncover secrets about themselves – who they truly are, why they exist in this world, and what they should be doing with their lives. These revelations brought about a profound shift in their perspectives, leading to significant changes in their choices and priorities.

Over the years, I've followed up with some of the individuals who attended my seminars, and the patterns continued. Many of them shared how they experienced disruptions in their mental, emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being after gaining these newfound insights. It was like awakening a part of themselves that had been dormant for so long, which caused them to reassess their current circumstances and make bold decisions for change.

You see, our minds are often cluttered with thoughts and beliefs that we've inherited from others – parents, teachers, society. These beliefs shape our actions and decisions without us even realizing it. But when someone like me comes along and challenges those beliefs, it can be a shock to the system. Suddenly, people are faced with the truth about themselves and the world around them, and it can be both liberating and unsettling at the same time.

So, if you ever find yourself at a crossroads after hearing a thought-provoking talk or seminar, don't be afraid to explore those feelings. Embrace the discomfort and uncertainty because it often signals the beginning of a transformative journey towards self-discovery and personal growth. Remember, it's okay to question what you thought you knew and to pave a new path that aligns with your true essence and purpose in this world.

To learn more about this, join our free Kamalayan Lecture Series every Thursday at Lemon Square Bldg. Unit 3C, OlyLife Rm, 3rd flr., 1199 EDSA Muñoz, Quezon City from 2 pm - 6 pm.

The Kamalayan Lecture Series is offered at no cost! Simply cover the cost of your own coffee, and you can partake in an educational afternoon. We provide nourishing Kamalayan coffee.

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