Body Observer is an online resource run by me (Vasile Rimis). I love to share my proven techniques for wellbeing, a life without the constant seeking of external pleasures. An independent joyful life experience is what I am looking for and promoting whenever I have an occasion.
I’ve been through drug addiction some 5 years ago. I found myself on the way to a pointless existence and a sure death. I understood that I need to change that and I must find a way out. So I did.
After 5 years of trials and errors, of coming back’s in pain and discouragement I am closer than ever to a joyful and healthy life.
I inspire people to make a massive transformation in their lives so that they see it with totally different, more perceptive eyes. From yoga, fitness to mental wellbeing tips, I inspire their transformation path to success. When I was abusing drugs and my life was a total mess, with no meaning and joy in it, I was almost doomed to end up in misery. Today I practice yoga daily, eat healthily, and I see my life as vibrant and engaging as never before.
My blog isn’t just another health site, it’s a culture. We promote and inspire people to take responsibility for their experience, stop blaming any and every circumstance, and start focusing on what they can do to improve.
In 2015 I searched for inspiration on how to impress upon myself so that I get over my old beliefs and behaviours (sleep pattern, eating habits). I invested thousands upon thousands of dollars into trainings and boot camps, seminars, and one-day events. But my psychic platform wasn’t stable. I wasn’t consistent in my actions, and the established old and harmful habits very soon overran every transformational effort.
This struggle took five years until I’ve built up a platform – a new set of chores, and a unique collection of thoughts – that was empowering and meaningful to me.
My “platform” began to rise when I took a yoga course, a 2-day incursion into what it feels to have a centered sense of oneself. I loved the new feeling, and I went through the 40-day mandala (challenge) of doing the full yoga cycle twice a day.
After that mandala, I was never the same. I saw myself as a complete and influential individual, somebody who can get things done. I naturally began to monitor other aspects of my life: eating habits, sleeping pattern, and even my sexual behaviour.
Now I get up no later than 4:30 am. This habit gives me an outstanding time for being in complete silence, being able to do my chores without anybody interrupting me. I eat less frequently without being hungry when my stomach is empty. All these improved habits give me a sense of grounding and verticality; all build up inside me. Now it’s natural, and I follow this path with joy.
What can you expect from following this blog and being part of the culture? Joyfulness! This is all about sharing and giving you all the possible tips to assist your path. This blog is all based on my experience, and I write all the posts by myself.
My mission is to be part of the movement that is against “get a pill when you feel down”. I promote managing one’s body in the most optimal manner, so that the pleasure is felt constantly and without the need of anything or anybody else. Yes! Your body is programmed to feel good, you just have to manage it properly.
I keep writing blog posts on my own because I want to keep this authentic and as relevant as possible. The flow I run into by building my “platform” is going fast, and I want to keep it that way by sharing and helping others to succeed as well.
See you soon on my blog pages!