Kindness

“It’s not what you say. It’s the way that you say it. That’s all, brother. That’s all.” (Mae West) . . . either to elevate or to bring down others. Remember that your words carry a Sound Current, which represents your truth. Advertisements

Slow Down

Take your time. No rush. Relax. Just do it. I would like to share some lines from my wise and famous yoga teacher Gurmukh. “Dear Divine Ones, Nowadays it seems we are so urgent to know the answers to everything right away. We live in the age of speed. Remember when you took photos, went … Continue reading

Alaska (2)

Try rising with the sun and stepping outside first thing…. Looking up and out is a form of nourishment that the age of smartphones has seriously messed with. See the sun, the mountains, the sky, be part of your environment.

Alaskan Sea (1)

Summertime in the Pacific Northwest, a cruise to Alaska, the view from our ship over the ocean and to the with snow covered mountains. The whack of fresh air, wideness and silence.  

Flow

The river is flowing, flowing and growing, the river s flowing back to the sea. Mother is telling me an child I will always be, mother is carrying me back to the sea.  

Fullfilment

Hear the butterflies laughing Tasting clouds In the moonlight Without being afraid Discover the night. See. Smell. And listen. Love & Learn.  

Enough Already

May the long time sun shine upon you, all love surround you and the pure light within you guide your way on.

Snowdogs & Snowbirds

Over night is was snowing in the Dolomite Alps in Südtirol where we were celebrating christmas. Such a surprise waking up in this totally snow-covered winter landscape with so much soft snow that our puppy dog Lilly changed immediately into a funny snow rabbit. So much fun to see how much fun she has. Also … Continue reading

True Nature

On my way to family and homeland in the Black Forest at the border triangle to France and Switzerland an good friend and artist, the owner of a spiritual school from the City of Angels (LA) have sent these lines to us: “During these changing and often confusing times, remember to stay focused on that which … Continue reading

Harvest Season

One of these gentle humid fall days in the afternoon and my garden looks like peaceful composition, tenderly dying. Fruits are falling, into the dark creamy land, deadhead flowers send their colorful compliments, a late kiss of life, on brown shafts. Cobwebbed. They die of thirst. It seems. Too much rain. Overkill. Nature is fetching … Continue reading

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