Sunday, January 9, 2022

"No Such Thing as Failure" for Natacha Rambova

Recently comments on this blog debated whether Natacha was a cold individual or not. Someone posted a comment explaining how she was just reserved and reinvented herself many times in her life. I just found my copy of a little book Natacha Rambova published in 1944 titled, Technique for Living, a small manual on mental processes and exercise. 

I found the last two pages of the book interesting insight into her philosophy of survival. (see below)




7 comments:

  1. I think if Rambova were alive today, she would be a very famous influencer, life coach, and YouTube star. The ability to move on from past hurt and failure is a real gift. She obviously recognized that and continued to move forward. That takes grit, determination, and heart. To believe this woman was the worst thing to happen to Valentino is merely the raving of someone who does not understand human nature...words from a walking suit of clothes.

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  2. She was a misunderstood woman , this is a fresh revelation.

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  3. She cerainly was a talented woman,some of the gowns she designed for others are in
    a museum.

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  4. She's an absolute role model.

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  5. Can you imagine what it would have been like to have had her as a friend? If she let you into her circle and trusted you, what amazing things you could learn from her.

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  6. People who put her down do not know her accomplishments.

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