We will all die, with or without virus, with or without medicine. Death is guaranteed and not the issue. But how do we look at death that is what matters. And how free we are when shedding this body. While we take precautions to maintain our health in these times of global upheaval, paranoia does not serve. Fear is to be nipped in the bud, or if it spins on a loop properly transformed. Mind you, love n light over-optimism is a distortion too.Continue reading
Are you in the midst of the opening of a new life chapter or in the transformation process of certain ‘topic pearls’? Do you want to refine your intuition for optimal life flow? Do you feel like an intergalactic or starseed and wonder what’s your purpose on Earth? Do you want an inspiring partnership and enhance the positive impact on your environment? Would you like to train your discernment and ability to perceive energies and subtle dynamics, thus understand yourself and others better? Then my Divine Being programme could just be what you are looking for.
The medicine that allopathic doctors in India give people to prevent infection: Ivermectin (antiparasitic properties), Azithromycin (antibiotic to prevent / treat bacterial infections), Doxycycline (antibiotic), Levocetirizine (antihistamine to reduce allergic reactions) as well as Zinc, Aspirin, Lactic Acid Bacillus.
Similar protocols exist in the West.
Luckily, natural, potent yet gentle and less toxic alternatives exist. Above all Ayurveda, but also Homeopathy, Naturopathy and Fasting.
In any case, physical detox is key because toxins from pollution, medicines, fermentation of undigested food, neurotoxins etc. are baggage to the body and cause dis-eases and auto immune issues.
But also emotional and energetic purification and healing are important, as our subconscious imprints, thoughts, beliefs and feelings have a direct impact on our breathing, nervous system, hormonal, cardiovascular and digestive systems.
Physical, mental, emotional and energetic detox can go hand in hand with an overhaul of our lifestyle and the establishment of conscious healthy ways of living.
Our reality check ideally includes eating habits, relationship with our selves and others, general consumption and media intake, bodywork and exercise as our aim is to create a truly healthy terrain for lasting vitality.
Visiting the Kumbh Mela this time, during Maha Shivaratri, was a historical experience for me. I had the opportunity to participate in the First Royal Bath (Shahi Snan). An important sacred ceremony that traditionally allows only the saints and saddhus of the Akhadas (monastic academies for renunciates). I was privileged to join as guest of Shri Maa Satigiri, Mahamandaleshwar of the Niranjani Akhada. And what an exhilarating event it was!
At 5 am I could hear and see from my hotelroom how the city had already woken up. Melodious morning mantras and temple bells echoed from all directions, and hundreds of thousands of pilgrims were flocking to the central banks of Ganga.Continue reading
I received an invitation from a saint and rare embodiment of the divine mother, Shri Maa Satigiri. She invited me to join her in Haridwar during the Peshwai, Kumbh Mela’s royal procession. My first Peshwai visit, and I was delighted about this privilege and rare opportunity to experience it alongside an insider. I had no idea what surprise I was in for though.
I thought we would meet, walk together with her devotees to a designated location on the banks of Ganga and take an auspicious dip in the river. Little did I know, that I would sit on a spectacular carriage and be part of a flamboyant public street parade…Continue reading
Although I live with my family just an hour‘s drive away from Haridwar, I wanted to stay overnight this time, during the auspicious Mauna Amavasya (no moon day in the Magha month, January / February, and the last Amavasya before Mahashivratri). It is a favourable day to take a dip in Ganga, a bath that is called “Mauni Amavasya Snan”…Continue reading
The greatest religious-spiritual event on Earth has started last month: the Kumbh Mela. Located in Haridwar, North India, around 700,000 visitors gathered on the opening day, 14 January 2021. I went there a few days after the kick off, and will go again soon.
In India, every twelve years, millions of saints, sadhus, spiritual seers, seekers and Hindu devotees meet at either one of the four designated sacred sites of Prayag in Allahabad, Nashik, Ujjain or Haridwar, along the banks of the holy rivers of India, as part of the traditional gathering of the Kumbh Mela.Continue reading
Good time to do a reality check. To stop focusing on the potential of society, politics or the world, and instead look at what is. The following three examples illustrate how people can be put under the spell of “future faking” and made to believe in “salvation”. The spell casting can happen when charismatic individuals or parties make promises of a better future. But these visions of the future have two things in common. 1. they never manifest and 2. they keep people hooked, hopeful, waiting and disempowered.Continue reading