My recent trip to Tamarindo, CR made me think about the meaning of the phrase Pura Vida, which is unique to Costa Rica. Pura Vida is translated to mean “pure life” and is originally from a Mexican film “Pura Vida!” released in 1956. Pura Vida can be used as a greeting, a goodbye, or even as a response to the question “How are you?” It is an affirmation for living a good life, a sweet life, that is full of happiness and simplicity. Watch my vlog for more about the richness of life that I experienced during my recent trip.
G. K. Hunter
Author of Healing Our Bloodlines: The 8 Realizations of Generational Liberation. This guidebook covers my discoveries while working with clients who courageously faced the cyclic abuse in their families in order to discover a more empowered and free expression of their lives. From families that survived the Holocaust to Irish Americans who didn't know their grandparents, each client story shares a piece of wisdom for those who find the courage to release the burdens of their childhood and claim their true gifts as adults. Join the group of Catalysts who are doing this deeper inner work. You are not alone. View all posts by G. K. Hunter