New Age Advice Era

Be an adult. Be a child

Find your own peace of mind

Choose your battles to fight

Ok, I surrender…


Allow confusion. Align in clarity

Aspire for maturity

Wake up from illusion

Got it (I guess)


Discipline but not repression

Sadness and not depression

Playful yet alert. Bold yet controlled.

Can you make up your mind?


Feel until the bottom

Don’t identify with autumn.

Spring is here. Time to bloom from within

Except that I’m not a freakin’ flower…


Reach for help. Endure alone

Get out of your comfort zone

Make the effort, then flow. Be sharp yet take it slow

What are you trying to say?


Fake it till you make it

Be honest, Be transparent

Go head and forgive your parents

Really! All over again?


Be confident. Be humble.

Clean your shit. Dream but get real

Drop your mind, just open up to heal.



Divine humanity. Human divinity

Is this acceptance or conformity?

The answer is inside: you are the authority

No way, I’m tired.


Information burnout. Incoherent self-doubt

Instagram what a fraud…

Now my truth is: that to reach God,

you just have to learn to be human.


by Valentina B.

My core gift is helping others to embrace a grounded spirituality, equally loving our divinity and humanity. I give it by helping people to embody their feelings through different art expressions, beauty and creativity, playing with ideas and words as well as movement practices, proving how intensity is the juice of life, and how compassion is the ingredient that will heal humanity.

Valentina B. Sepulveda is young awarded Chilean filmmaker, writer, and dancer, currently living in India.
She graduated from Film Direction and Social Communication at Universidad Católica de Chile in 2014. Since then, she has been working as a writer, director, and editor of documentaries and experimental films. She also worked as a producer and assistant director in fiction pieces, as a producer in Chilemonos International Animation Film Festival, and as a cinema teacher at the same university where she obtained her degrees, before she left her country to join Auroville International Community. From 2018 until the beginning of 2020, she has worked as a video maker, photographer, and writer for different media units, and from the pandemic onwards she has been exploring different expressions, building up her start-up renaissance company, Ineffable Films Lab from where she plays, experiment and produce projects around movement, dance, poetry, photography and film.