Alicia Corbado He devoted most of his life to journalism, a profession he pursued with great love that led him to the top spot on local television and radio. Additionally, she is also remembered for her marriage Leonardo SimonsA great reference in the world of entertainment, and for Vanessa and the mother Barbara Simons.
However, after the unexpected suicide of her ex-husband and the father of her girls, who jumped from the 11th floor, her life changed drastically. The driver was deeply traumatized and did not think about what he could do to those he left behind, leading him to take such a painful decision.
What happened made him Alicia Corbado To leave the country and settle in America, where his eldest daughter was studying. Established in Miami, and without luck to succeed in the local media, he decided to devote himself to the studio and trained in Latin American art and contemporary art. This allowed her to develop as a curator and travel the world.
But that was not all, throughout his life, the journalist tried to engage in the knowledge of different cultures, he devoted himself to meditation and other spiritual fields. It led her to lead a lifestyle that was defined as nomadic.
“I had a mission, but I wasn’t following the plan they had for my soul, I was sleeping. At one point, when I was 50, I realized that it’s not now or never, but now or never, for what? I have an adventurous soul, and I I want to explore, I want to read, I want to know other cultures, but not as a tourist…”, he revealed in a conversation with Hola magazine about his spiritual quest.
In the same talk, he said what his lifestyle looks like today and was surprised by his response: “I haven’t had an agenda for a long time, life takes me. I think we came to be happy and free… I’m a nomad, I chose to live apart, I don’t have my own house, no car, I gave everything away, an ascetic life”.
“I live off the art collection I’ve acquired over the years as a curator, the book sales I sell when there are expenses, and the meditation classes I teach. “I’m walking around the world with twenty works of art to sell rolled up in a ski bag,” he added.
Further, Alicia Corbado In which particular place he lives part of the year, he said: “In Nepal. In 2007 I traveled for three months and stayed for four days. There I learned about Bema Tsal Monastery in Pokhara, at the base of Everest, where I worked as a volunteer and have been returning every year since.
The journalist revealed that she was trained in Sathya Buddhism, which allowed her to find meaning in life. That led her to visit other religious monasteries in Da Lat in northern Vietnam and Wat Phryong near Bangkok.
He said of his life in the monasteries: “In Pokhara, where I teach art and creativity classes, the day starts at four in the morning with an hour and a half meditation, we have breakfast in the temple, the food is very basic, very frugal, chickpeas, beans… everything is very expensive. There are classes until noon, then there are free activities, and we go to the river.
“And at Da Lot, I don’t teach, but I’m part of the library maintenance team. There I spend three or four hours a day cleaning and ordering books, and I did that yesterday and I’m doing it again today, because when you do that, As the teacher says, you meditate and you are with yourself,” he said. Alicia Corbado.