I was in my late twenties when my spiritual awakening process began. In my early thirties, I quit my job out of profound insight and immersed myself headfirst in the world of self-discovery. Finally, I had found something I was passionate about!
I attended countless seminars and one on one sessions. I completed several educations and read tons of spiritual books. Especially the Systemic Constellation Work, and the Energy Healing had done it for me.
In the beginning, I loved this process. So many questions got answered. I was enthusiastic about it. With time, I felt myself more and more. All the unredeemed feelings that I suppressed for so many years started to flow. Read more...
The more time passed, the deeper, more painful layers came to light. That is a very challenging process that regularly brought me to my limits. I had to go through much fear, grief and loneliness. Sometimes I was so scared that I could only lie on the ground trembling. Almost daily tears flowed.
Again and again, I fought for my grounding. Life seemed to be meaningless. I could not put my feet on the ground and find my place on earth.
Besides all the help I received from other people, nature became one of my most valuable healing sources in time. Often I went into the woods to move my body and ground myself. The natural world has something very comforting for me. I feel directly connected with everything that is. My whole being tunes into nature and realigns itself, calibrates and centres itself.
The purity and simplicity of nature have a calming effect on me. The beauty of nature gives me back meaning and joy. Moods and instants like a cloud formation, grasses billowing in the wind or the light reflections of the sun in the forest deeply enchant me.
For me, it is a magical world. But perhaps this world is much more real than the cities in which most of us live. Nature is our real home and has been it for thousands of years. Something in us knows this and reacts immediately. It is our longing for communion and liveliness, which nature nurtures automatically. If we allow and open ourselves to it. That’s my invitation to you.