Category Archives: Inner Space

Consequences for Copycats

People’s inhibition-threshold to copy something from others and pass it on as own achievement seems to have fallen dramatically. More than ever before, ideas, information and initiatives get copied, remixed and reissued (often blatantly so). This is certainly due to instant availability and circulation through digital media. But lack of own efforts and the lack of recognition of the person who created the original content, reflects also absence of respect, gratitude and fairness. The road of good intentions is often paved with misunderstandings. And it’s possible that there is simply a widespread lack of awareness of the consequences for a copycat. While in academia, theft of intellectual property and plagiarism are illegal, cloning in the field of spirituality even comes with certain dangers for one’s personal development.

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Including the German Heart

Do we Germans live, but do we live as heirs of the National Socialism? In spite of all our years of inner healing work, is our doing or being still not sufficient to counterbalance what happened and to keep our family tree alive? Are we – the now 35-, 40- and 50-year-olds – still part of the genocide even if we do live, because past events were so pervasive and have caused fateful generation-fragmentation and intergenerational burdens and blockages?

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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 information on key dynamics to raise awareness.

Manipulative 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 open up to that self-awareness, 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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Near Death Experience (NDE)

I was in my early teenage years. One evening I was brought to the emergency unit of University Clinic Hamburg, Germany. Hours later, I stepped out of the doctor’s practice room, walked through the reception area towards the exit, supported by my mother who held my arm. It was probably midnight. I felt worn out and exhausted by pain, and asked her to stop. I had reached a point where I felt unable to move any further. I closed my eyes. Continue reading

Controlling the mind?

cloud blue skyThere’s a seemingly ineradicable myth with regards to our relationship with the mind – reinforced by obvious misunderstandings in some yoga and meditation circles. Many believe that they should be able to control their mind. That if they just worked hard enough on themselves, the mind could be brought under control, and therewith their happiness would be somewhat guaranteed. 

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Re-introducing the birth process

cosmic childbirth



It turns out, quite surprisingly, that I publish this article around christmas, the time when we celebrate the birthday of Jesus and the rise of Christ consciousness (divine consciousness). Somewhat appropriate, because the topic is birth – in particular birth as potentially festive, cosmically joyful event and the child as a divine manifestation.

Why seems birth so easy to animals and so difficult for us humans? Why should we, who have been created as sexual beings that come together in love and joy, get pregnant and then have to give birth in a painful and stressful way? It just does not make sense. And why have women in some cultures gentle, pain-free childbirths and why do women with less educated and upscale backgrounds usually deal with birthing in such uncomplicated manner?  Continue reading

Bidding farewell – coping with the loss of a parent

A short while ago my father left his body. In the following article I would like to share my experience of saying good-bye to him. May it help the reader in similar circumstances.

The forces that can be active during the time of death of a loved one and in the sudden new life situation are indescribable. The mind can hardly grasp the dimensions at work. The confrontation with the finitude of bodily life certainly “does something” to those left behind. It’s a multi-dimensional event. At least this is, how I perceive it. Continue reading