They didn’t tell you this on A Place in the Sun!

 

30193_128446407166581_100000036671556_338637_2390651_sIf you are born and grow up in a particular region of the planet, something of the vibrational matrix of that area will become a fundamental part of your being. If you then subsequently move, in later life, to a new country with a different range of vibrational frequencies you will need to make an inner adjustment to these new energies. This is why people often find it so hard to settle down in another country. It has nothing to do with coming to terms with another culture but because the energies from the Earth are not the same in different localities.

from http://www.kch42.dial.pipex.com/elohim.htm

So, is this the reason so many people fail or struggle to settle down here in Spain?

May be it’s not the language barrier after all!  Coming from a different culture obviously makes the settling down period take a lot longer and I should imagine the older you are and less experienced in imersing in or travelling to different Countries, the harder this becomes.

To be honest, my own particular story sheds a different light on the subject. My wife was born and raised in a small village in Valladolid, N.W. Spain. She moved to London when she was 20 and lived there for 10 years. After that we moved to Andalucia and she still struggles to get used to the people and the way of life here! Myself, on the other hand adapted much quicker to the way people and things work here. That doesn’t mean I like everything that goes on but as I told her nobody is going to change for us and we don’t have to change but we do have to respect and live by the way things are done here.

So,  whether it’s the vibrational matrix of the area you come from or go to, be prepared to adapt and recognise things don’t always happen here the same as where you are from. If you find yourself having lived in Spain for a while and are still using the phrase, ‘things don’t happen like that from where I come from’. You still haven’t settled here in Spain!

Cáceres – video

Here is the fourth, in a series we have found, shown on spanish television.

They are all  in spanish but I hope you can pick up a few words if you don’t yet speak the language.

Enjoy;)

 

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I am sure everyone will be interested in what you have to say and I love to read your comments!

 


 


Salamanca Video

 

Salamanca

Here is the second in a series we have found, shown on spanish television.

They are all obviously in spanish but I hope you can pick up a few words if you don’t yet speak the language.

Enjoy 😉

Salamanca – Video

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Cadiz – video

Here is the third in a series we have found, shown on spanish television.

They are all obviously in spanish but I hope you can pick up a few words if you don’t yet speak the language.

Enjoy 😉

 

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I am sure everyone will be interested in what you have to say and I love to read your comments!

I Live in Jerez and these are some of the Reasons Why!

Arte Ecuestre JerezI never intentionally set out to talk about where I live and the reasons why so early into the beginning of this blog.

A) Because it would have taken me to long to cover in just one post and B) I didn’t want this blog to look like just a way of sending  people to our Relocation company based here in Jerez.

But… someone very kindly sent me this 30 minute video all about Jerez de la Frontera.
It’s in spanish but it is beautifully put together and shows how this City is moving into the 21st century without losing it’s traditions or history.

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Please leave your comments below about what you think of Jerez and the video and if you have any questions please ask.
I am going to now and see if there are other videos on spanish Cities covered and if so shall be posting those links up here to.

Update: There are and they are in the catergory ‘Look before you go – Videos of Spanish Cities’.