Pure Lifestyle


Who are we and what do we want to create?


This course emphasizes the importance of identifying and embracing our true selves by shedding the layers of conditioning and masks we've accumulated throughout our lives. It encourages self-discovery through introspective questioning and journaling, recognizing that we have the power to shine authentically by purifying our thoughts and perceptions.

Much of our beliefs and behaviors are rooted in childhood conditioning, shaping our reality and reactions. The goal is not to judge these perceptions as right or wrong but to find balance in our understanding of the world, allowing us to see its infinite possibilities.

Our thoughts, words, and actions have a profound influence on how we perceive and experience the world around us. They collectively shape our reality, coloring our interactions, emotions, and overall well-being. When we interact with others, we often project our own feelings, beliefs, and experiences onto them, seeing them as mirrors reflecting our inner world.

 This means turning our attention inward and asking ourselves meaningful questions about our own thoughts, feelings, and motivations. By doing so, we gain insight into our own emotional landscape and the ways in which we interpret and respond to the world.

Rather than placing blame externally, introspection encourages personal responsibility and accountability. It empowers us to take charge of our emotional responses and make conscious choices about how we engage with the world. Introspective questions can help us understand the root causes of our emotions and behaviors. They enable us to explore why we feel a certain way, why we react to particular situations in specific ways, and what beliefs or past experiences may be influencing our responses. This self-awareness is a powerful tool for personal growth and transformation.

 Through this process of self-discovery, we can work towards a more balanced and authentic way of living, aligning our thoughts, words, and actions with our true selves and values. Ultimately, it is a journey toward greater self-awareness, empathy, and a deeper understanding of both ourselves and the world we inhabit.

The pursuit of joy is universal, but its definition varies among individuals. This workbook aims to help identify limiting habits, thoughts, or actions, allowing us to build a balanced understanding of who we are and what we can become.

It's important to note that this course serves as a guide, not a solution. It encourages us to actively engage in self-work, recognize patterns, make connections, and gain a deeper understanding of their actions influenced by masks and conditioning.


  1. Build a Supportive Network: Seek out people, groups, or communities that resonate with your values and goals. These connections can offer support, guidance, and a sense of belonging.

  2. Expand Your Knowledge: Throughout the course there will be recommendations to read, listen, or watch documentaries, books, and articles that align with your interests and aspirations. Continuous learning is a key to personal growth.

  3. Organize Your Resources: Save or share valuable information in a place where you can easily access and reference it. This ensures that you have a repository of wisdom and insights at your fingertips.

  4. Explore Balance: In the balance section, review content and engage with individuals or resources that pique your curiosity and resonate with your pursuit of balance. This can provide fresh perspectives and ideas.

By actively seeking out supportive communities, expanding your knowledge, organizing your resources, and exploring content aligned with your goals, you can enrich your path toward balance and personal growth.


When exploring and evaluating information, it's essential to engage in critical thinking and self-reflection. Here are some questions to guide your analysis:

  1. Relevance: Is the advice or information relevant to my current circumstances and goals?

  2. Personal Alignment: Does this advice resonate with my values, beliefs, and intuition? Does it feel like the right fit for me?

  3. Information Completeness: Do I have all the necessary information to make an informed decision or judgment? Are there gaps in my understanding?

  4. Adaptability: Can I adapt or modify the advice to better suit my unique situation and preferences?

  5. Personal Experience: Have I personally experienced something different from what is suggested? Do I have insights or perspectives to add based on my own experiences?

  6. Alternative Perspectives: Are there alternative sources or advice that I haven't explored yet? Are there different viewpoints or approaches worth considering?

  7. Clarity and Understanding: Is there a clearer or more effective way to explain or interpret the information?