As a kid, I thought it was odd that I could not connect and experience others in my environment. This was for people, animals, plants, trees and my stuffed animals alike! I found it odd, that I could experience myself, […]
(Wo)Man Know Thyself – that’s where the greatest power lies, right? But what does ‘Knowing Yourself’ mean? Can you Know Yourself? How can you be the subject of your own knowing? I found that I have always known myself, I […]
Fear has been my companion ever since I can remember. My default reaction to anything is pretty much: fear. Fear in different forms and different flavors. Guilt as Fear Judgment as Fear Anxiety as Fear Insecurity as Fear Sadness as […]
Being in the Here, being in the Now of the Moment – I for a long time assumed that this meant that I am only Here and ‘in the moment’ when there is complete Silence within me. That I am […]
When we come into this world, we come into it without an idea of ourselves. There’s no ‘thinking space’ to calculate our behavior and ponder things over. There’s only the direct expression of what is here, and a limited way […]
During this Corona Virus time – there’s a lot circulating from various channels how the current situation we see facing is the result and manifested consequence of our Individual and Collective Shadow Self. But Shadows don’t exist alone. For a […]
Embracing our Role as Parents Recently there has been a reemergence in the realization that spending time with our kids as parents plays a vital role in their character development and personal fulfilment, both for our children and ourselves. That […]
Every hour the average person thinks about 2000 thoughts.
Every day, about 95% of the thoughts we have, are the same as the day before.
Day by day, life can seem chaotic and as if we’re not moving, not progressing, not creating anything new. And how can we – when over and over again, our mind casts its net of attention – literally – in thousands of different directions. Creating so much noise.
In my previous posts I took on my relationship to correcting mistakes, which I am still very much walking. To clarify, I’m using mistakes in a broad sense of mis-takes. Where you had a take, you had an opportunity for […]
In my previous blog, I discussed my relationship with making mistakes, not wanting to see mistakes because of the level of judgment attached to ‘making mistakes’ and ‘admitting mistakes’. This assisted me in having a clearer perspective in dealing with […]