Divine Being Programme for Women

Soul Nourishment from the Goddess Field.

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What is brilliant and really awesome about the many Indian gods and goddesses: that they present the various cosmic influences, healing arts and creative powers. This means, they are not at all representatives of a particular religion, but rather meaningful figures with inspiring stories which remind us of our ability to embody divine qualities ourselves, and that we ourselves are beings of divine origin. They help us to realise our selves and to return to Yoga, our union and oneness with the highest supreme.

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Healing Rivalry amongst Women

Rivalry, envy, gossiping and backstabbing amongst women (teenagers and adults alike) are a complex ‘female betrayal’ phenomenon, and I’d like to share some key dynamics to raise awareness.

Manipulative and regressive behaviour amongst women can always be tracked back to their emotional wounding during childhood. Yes, that is nothing new, and you have probably heard this before. AND YET, still not many women are willing to review and shed light on their past, feel it, and therewith heal it. Continue reading

Neutral Observance & Resonance Awareness

Humans tend to instantly react with resistance and judgment if they come across something, or somebody, they do not resonate with. If they do not resonate, they automatically do not like it, or judge it as bad.
Behind this reaction stands the ego. And the ego can shoot really fast and is quickly ready for battle.
But if we just do resonance, resonance awareness, which means just being conscious of what resonates and what does not resonate, we can stay neutral. No need to have an opinion and think in terms of good or bad.

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Crop Circle Mammendorf


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Yesterday I went to Mammendorf, a farm village outside Munich (South Germany) to have a look at the crop circle which appeared in the night from Sunday to Monday. It is a beautiful, symmetrical composition with a diameter of about 180m. 

Straight away this mandala-like shape reminded me of the buddhist doublevajra / viśvavajra*: Continue reading