Since very young I've been interested in the arts so in 2012 I graduated in Architecture, I've always seen art as something that enables us see life in a different way, opening up doors that otherwise we would never knew existed, I've also always had deep unanswered questions about the nature of reality and the human mind itself, so I decided to leave my home in Brazil to search for those answers and to experience a new way of being and living, this time not focused on designing buildings but on deconstructing and recreating my mind in order to thrive and live a more fulfilling life.
I went through a deep process of introversion and awakening that led me to study the human mind and its depths, as well as all the other fields surrounding the subject like science, philosophy, psychology, consciousness, spirituality, health, etc, I've been exploring all those areas of personal development with the intention of having a broad, holistic and integral view of life, and help those around me in doing the same.
In 2018 I got a certification from iPEC and Maverick Mind was born, our mission statement is to guide you in pilling all the layers you have around your true self that are enabling you to be your true authentic self, identifying all the social conditioning and limiting beliefs you have that are on the way of living your full potential and having a meaningful life.
The definition of Maverick is a person who thinks and acts in an independent way, often behaving differently from the expected or usual way, an unorthodox or independent-minded person, mavericks are often seeing as rebels, and this is not my intention here, what I really want is that you find your true self, find your passions and live your life fully, without worrying about what people are thinking or if your way of being and living is the right one, the more you dive into yourself, the more authentic and original you will become, which will bring much more happiness and meaning to your life. I chose this as my field not because I think it's what the world needs right now, but because it's something that I'm very passionate about and has helped me tremendously in my own life, I am sure many people would benefit a lot from finding their core being, the quote from Socrates "Let him who would move the world first move himself" talks exactly about this shift from external focus to internal and with time this quote has become my mantra, as I found that the only way out is in, and in a way this is the only way that we can help the world, nobody can do it for us, it's an individual and sometimes lonely path that each of us need to take, an inwards journey of self knowledge and self actualization, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Welcome!