That is the question of a lifetime but here’s what I’ve got so far… Veronica Anderson is an energetic being having a human experience. On the day of a total solar eclipse several years ago, her soul moved into this human body and a new “woods nymph” full of “beautiful kooky wisdom” was set on this Earth.
She is a happiness activist and an HSP who grew up on the shore of the Atlantic Ocean where she studied the mysticism and power of water. She continued her studies in architecture and Spanish culture in Philadelphia. She is an empath with a hopelessly scientific mind. She is bursting at the seams since living on two continents and from visiting more countries than she is years old. She is a lifelong learner and loves that the best way to learn is to teach.
Veronica currently resides in Madrid where she teaches English in the Spanish public school system, photographs beautiful things, and writes down what her third eye sees. Her infinite journey toward merging with Higher Consciousness became external work in 2007 when she discovered the writings of beloved teacher, Thich Nhat Hanh. Five years later she traveled to France where she learned to meditate with Thay at Plum Village Monastery and has been using this powerful tool and her own creativity to manifest her divine destiny ever since. Hopefully you will feel at home in this blogspace where you can find a collection of ancient wisdom from this and a growing number of other bodhisattvas, updated every day.
Photography, architecture, poetry, yoga, meditation, writing; these are all methods of communing with the divine and strengthening the global aura of peace which Veronica hopes to amplify here, in this blogspace. Come on in and enjoy the vibes!
At the moment the focus is a 365 Day Creativity Challenge described in a blog post here (first) and here (second). You can also click here to glimpse Veronica’s work all over the world as an architect and photographer dedicated to honoring the sacred architecture of the here and now.
Professionally I am dedicated to a career as an architect with a focus on ecologically sustainable cities. I have studied and worked in developing urban environments around the world designing transportation, education, economic and public space networks that integrate citizens and architecture in more resilient and efficient ways that using renewable energy and zero-waste processes. Architecture ultimately should serve to connect the users to the surrounding natural environment; be it ocean, sky, mountains, or river, nature and city needn’t be mutually exclusive. If you are a designer looking to collaborate, please contact me below!