The Universal Now (poem)

I love how the Divine speaks through me in poems. This one is like a manual for eternal peace. A state of pure being and bliss.
This state can be accessed any moment, from any other state.
May it find the right people at the right time and help them find that peace within.

Consciousness and trauma II

Why do I even bother with heavy stuff like trauma healing when there are so many amazing tools to simply raise your vibration, and I can even just activate heightened states of consciousness?
Living in a high vibration and all these heightened states of consciousness (oneness, flow, creator consciousness…) are our natural state of being! And the reason why we don’t experience them on a daily basis is: trauma. The unhealed trauma of our ancestors, our own unresolved emotional wounds and stress, and the collective programming we have gone through are like an anchor holding us down.

Consciousness and trauma

“Just have faith; it will all work out in your favor”
“Abundance is all around you; you just need to receive it.”
“Just let it go and relax.”

All that sounds and feels great when it matches your current experience. But let’s be honest: when you’re not there, it feels more like a slap in the face! – Wouldn’t you be doing it by now if it really was that easy!?

Blind spots are ‘blind’ for a reason

When we want to heal, grow or reach a certain goal, it is great to have someone by our side who can see what has been holding us back so far. A friend, mentor, or coach who can look at our situation from an outside perspective and thus reveal to us what we ourselves cannot see. Having someone who can uncover our blind spots allows us to move forward quickly and effectively and to achieve what seemed unreachable before.
But let’s face it: it takes far more than recognizing the blind spot and revealing it! Because: blind spots are ‘blind’ for a reason.

Getting the Law of Attraction right when it comes to healing

The Law of Attraction is the main law of this universe and I am sure you have heard about it in one way or another. As within so without. You attract what you are. You reap what you sow. And while all of this is true there is quite some confusion about that law when it comes to personal development and healing. Especially among people who are involved in healing, there are often some misunderstandings that make life difficult for us. And that is exactly what I want to put right for you here.

Spirituality 5.0 – the new paradigm

When we start to engage in personal development or spirituality, many of us go through quite similar phases. These phases are very nicely described in the concept of the levels of spiritual awakening: Spirituality 101, Spirituality 2.0, and Spirituality 3.0.
According to this concept, Spirituality 101 is what we also know as Positive Focus. Here we discover that we actually have an impact on how we feel. Often we also learn about the Law of Attraction and that we can create our reality by focussing on what we want more of. This is an awesome experience and often works very well for quite a while – until we reach a point where it doesn’t. 😉

“What is wrong with me” – Overcoming shame

Shame – the feeling and belief that there is something innately wrong with us. This is one of the lowest emotional states to be in. In this article, I explain to you how shame comes into our lives and what we can do to overcome and release it for good.

Empathy is a gift – not a burden

As an empath, you can do much more than just perceive other people’s emotions. In this article, I will show you how to fully utilize the power of your gift. I am talking about how to learn to control your gift, how to reduce the negative side effects of your empathy, and how to utilize it for your own benefit and the benefit of others.

The Shadow Side of Authenticity

In this article I am talking about what being authentic actually means, why it is so important, and what the most common pitfalls are when we are walking the path of authenticity.

The ugly duckling thing

This was the second year in a row that I did not spend Christmas with my family. In fact, I spent it all by myself. And even though I did enjoy most of the time there was also a lot of shame and guilt coming up. Shame and guilt about the fact that I have not been in touch with my family for a long time. That I did not try hard enough to find a way of spending time with them for Christmas in particular; but instead, choosing to abandon them knowing they were suffering from it.