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  • Unconditional, giving love
    In the last few months, I had learned to be able to give a lot internally without immediately expecting a love response. I had become accustomed to this state, found it normal. What we find normal, we can give to other people without any further effort of energy. So today I find it quite normal […]
  • Three rays of love
    Without trust there is no opening for love, therefore trust is always the first and most important ray of any relationship. The basis for trust is loving, honest communication with each other (Truth Talk). Showing care: We are there for the other soul when they need us, we do our best so that both experience […]
  • Giving and taking in balance
    We say that in a harmonious relationship, giving and taking should be in balance, so that everything remains harmonious and balanced and no one demands more energy from the other than she or he can give back. And yes, there are those dangers of falling completely into a victim role, on both sides of the […]
  • Am I worthy of your love?
    (Inspired by St. Germain: The I AM Discourses) Am I worthy of your love? What a great question, if we are willing to work on our ego issues. Am I worthy of your love? What a dangerous question, if it takes us straight to our deepest shadow issues of self-acceptance, self-worth and self-love. And yet, […]
  • Musical forgiveness of Yang
    Ajeet Kaur creates something remarkable with this song: “Kiss the earth (La Luna). Live in Amsterdam”.She heals the wounds between Yin and Yang. And very specifically, she helps forgiving the Yang. The men in the room were asked to sing part of the song alone, with love. The women were allowed to listen, with love. […]
  • How much more pain and fear do you want to feel?
    Have you also felt so much inner pain in the last two years? And felt so many fears? Maybe first because of one topic… then because of the other… And in between again and again this fear of your own inner growth, do you know that too? Isn’t it enough? How much more? At some […]
  • I also know this fear of growth
    In my article Do you want to be touched? Or are you afraid? I wrote about my experiences in the past. But of course, I have the same fear of inner growth that everyone has. During an interview just now came a beautiful definition of this “path” we call growth. We are actually already. We […]
  • Do you want to be touched? Or are you afraid?
    My theme for this year is loving touch. On the one hand physically, for this I am currently writing an (audio) book about meditative hugs, which I am releasing chapter by chapter for free on my YouTube channel. And then there are the inner touches. Good grace! What are people afraid of touch… I talk […]
  • What women and men want
    Men often like more physical closeness. The Yang comes from the outside to the heart center. Women often like more emotional closeness. The Yin comes from inside to the heart center. Both have to find a common path, otherwise the relationship is not particularly pleasant for either of them, whether Yin or Yang, then it […]
  • Do you like to be called cute?
    In Spain, people often say mi niño or mi niña: my boy/girl. They also like to say it to people they don’t know, for example when shopping. It’s a form of expressing cuteness, meant as a compliment, a fond reminder of how young we are. People strive to be young and feel young (into old […]
  • Women circles with two guests?
    After watching many announcements of ever more women circles and retreats, after talking with many women and men about this, let me try to suggest a new approach that could lead to more healing. Our personal and global world has never been as seperated as this before. Even though we might feel more connected via […]
  • Pardon me? A flawless life?
    Someone who is fully satisfied with the status quo of personal development does not need any mistakes in his or her life. He or she prefers the most stable comfort zone possible. Then when mistakes happen, and they inevitably do, they usually get angry with themselves. Some even use curse words against themselves and think […]
  • The unhealed conflict between Yin & Yang
    Yin is going through a difficult time of healing. Millennia of Yang dictatorship are coming to an end, the old is dissolving, the new is slowly emerging, and we are cautiously trying to take our first steps in a world that seems so new and so different. But something holds us back. The Yang has […]
  • Only LOVE can heal us.
    How is a personality disorder diagnosed? Five of nine criteria must apply. I think that’s a very woolly and inaccurate idea of the multidimensional structures of our psyche. So someone could be conspicuous in three or four criteria, and nevertheless, this human being is not officially considered to have a personality disorder. How do we […]
  • Humans need physical closeness
    Strange that I have to write an article about this at all. But our “modern” world has unfortunately largely forgotten what makes us human and distinguishes us from bio-robots. Closeness! We need physical closeness. Otherwise we die, either already as an infant shortly after birth or later, inwardly, day by day a little bit more. […]
  • Control addiction (yang) versus victim attitude (yin)
    Classically, we assign the active yang (i.e. our male inner parts) the quality of control. In contrast, the passive yin (our female inner parts) is the supposedly weak victim. Among other places, we live out this “game” between power and powerlessness in our love relationships, mostly completely unconscious. In parallel, the same “game” exists at […]
  • Are we all a bit narcissistic?
    Colloquially, a “narcissist” is a person who displays pronounced egoism, arrogance and selfishness and behaves ruthlessly towards others. https://www.therapie.de/psyche/info/index/diagnose/persoenlichkeitsstoerungen/narzisstisch/ Are we all Nazis narcissists? There are distinctly visible forms of narcissism, but there are also the very subtle harbingers, in homeopathic doses, so to say. We think we are particularly important, we pile ourselves up […]