I’m inspired

Benicàssim Inspira

I’m inspired, and a little crazy too.

Metaphorically, “breathing in” can be associated with the idea of taking in fresh air, both literally and figuratively. Just as we inhale and fill our lungs with the fresh air of nature, we can also inhale a renewed sense of energy, creativity and mental clarity.

The term “inspire” can have a profound metaphorical meaning when applied to the experience of connecting with nature and participating in events that aim to promote wellbeing in natural settings.

Furthermore, “inspire” implies invoking a sense of awe and wonder. By immersing ourselves in the beauty and majesty of nature, we are inspired by its grandeur and connect with something greater than ourselves. This experience can lead us to reflect on our own existence and our place in the world, prompting us to grow and expand our horizons.

On a deeper level, “inspire” can also suggest the act of igniting a spark within ourselves. By participating in events in natural settings, we can find the motivation and inspiration to face personal challenges, explore new ideas and pursue our dreams with renewed vigour.

It is from this inspiration that the Inspira events I have created are born, they are things that pop into my head, they just pop into my head, I create them. This year we have done them in Montanejos and Benicàssim. Both town councils have supported with great enthusiasm and have become involved in the creation. This is great news, there are many people who are in favour of wellbeing and well-being (as the psychiatrist Dr. Roberto Mitelpunkt told us) and in these spaces of creativity and discovery, we celebrate the importance of inspiring and being inspired.

Inspiration is that invisible fuel that drives our lives, drives us to overcome obstacles, to achieve goals and to discover our deepest potential.

But inspiration goes beyond the individual; it is a collective phenomenon that connects us all as human beings, which is why the environment that has been created is necessary for it to thrive.

In this sense, these events are beacons of light, where people of all ages, genders, ethnicities and creeds come together in a spirit of inclusion and diversity. Here, inspiration knows no barriers or prejudice; it is a bridge that unites our differences and celebrates our shared humanity. In these times of uncertainty and change, it is easy to feel overwhelmed and disconnected. Yet it is precisely at these times that we must remember the importance of taking care of our health and well-being. Inspiring events in natural settings offer us an invaluable opportunity to reconnect with ourselves, each other and the world around us.

The conscious movement has been the driving force behind these events. Why the conscious movement? We recognise that the connection between body and mind is essential to reach our full potential. Mindful movement invites us to be present in every step we take, to listen to our body’s needs and to honour its innate wisdom. It is the true engine of change in people, helping us to release tension, cultivate inner calm and strengthen our connection with ourselves and the world around us.

And what better environment to nurture this inspiration than places like Montanejos and Benicàssim, with their natural landscapes. Nature, sea and mountain, not only provides us with a backdrop of beauty, but also a space for reflection, connection and rejuvenation. Natural environments, such as those found here, are powerful catalysts for our creativity and well-being. Therefore, at Inspira events, we not only immerse ourselves in the inspiration of art, culture and conscious movement, but also connect deeply with the earth and ourselves through nature.

So today, let us remember that each of us has the power to inspire and be inspired. Every word we share, every gesture of kindness, can ignite the spark that transforms lives and creates our emerging future.

I am confident that Inspira events are more than an event; they are a reminder of the importance of connecting with nature, celebrating our diversity and nurturing our mutual inspiration.

Thank you for being part of this wonderful experience of inspiration, growth and connection with nature!

You can see in the agenda all the activities we have done. Subscribe to the newsletter or look for me on social networks to see when we do the next events, which are already in the works as of today.

If you were able to participate, I’d love to know, how did it go? What did you like the most? And anything else you’d like to share.

Best regards.