Category Archives: Society

It takes all kinds

I’m travelling and would like to share an episode from a popular spiritual power hub in India, with currently many Western seekers:

Me standing at a counter in a cafe today, paying my breakfast. I had a delicious cinnamon pancake, enjoyed a great view into nature and a lovely conversation with a friend. I feel good. While closing my purse I turn towards the exit, seeing in the corner of my eye an elderly Western woman who just entered and moves behind me. I’m carrying a bigger straw bag on my shoulder and walk towards the staircase leading out, when I suddenly feel a pull on my bag. I turn around to check what’s going on. It’s this lady, who holds my bag and tells me angrily: “Your bag hurts.” My bag apparently brushed her arm while she was walking behind me in the cafe room. I say: “Oh, so sorry if I touched you.” And I walk down the stairs. She shouts after me, rubbing her arm: “You’re bag is hurting!” Me: “Madam, what can I do?” She shouts: “You can apologise!” Me: “I just said sorry, didn’t I?” She: “You said ‘sorry if I touched you’, not ‘sorry for hurting you.’!” I’m quiet, checking: Is she serious? Yes, she is. I can’t help but laughing out loud. Then I say with a calm, yet assertive voice: “Relax. Please relax.”, and walk away. She mumbled something stroppily. Ok, my choice of the word ‘touch’ in the spur of the moment might not have been ideal, but the meaning was clear and my apology was heartfelt.

Do you know such situation, you’re in great spirits or just simply content, when out of nowhere someone shoots at you, in an attempt to dump some energetic goo on you? When someone’s behaviour is completely blown out of proportion in relation to the situation at hand?  Continue reading

Shakti Power at our Neighbour Temple

This is a beautiful example of a small temple in our neighbourhood in the Himalayan foothills, that is fully integrated in people’s life (Garhwal region of Uttarakhand, in India). Here some snapshots and videos of local women celebrating – a daylong joyful get together, including praying / chanting / dancing/ food- and flower offerings to Devi. Honouring the inner and outer goddess.

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Fundraising: For a Village School in the Himalayan Foothills

Where we live (in the countryside of the Himalayan foothills) is a primary school which is an important institution for the poorer farmer families. Although government run, it does not receive the necessary funds to get the basics in place: enough teachers, furniture and toilets, for example. My husband and I decided to help. And this is a message asking for your support. Weʼre raising funds for immediate improvements and to refurbish this village school: provide toilets and a washing room, urgent building repair, furniture and other equipment. Private initiative is absolutely welcome, and we will be able to achieve a lot given the current teachers’ openness and resourcefulness. 

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Healing Rivalry amongst Women

Rivalry, envy, gossiping and backstabbing amongst women (teenagers and adults alike) are part of a complex that is in urgent need of healing. I looked into the ‘female betrayal’ phenomenon, and once I recognised the bigger picture and root causes, deep COMPASSION arose. We women really have to consciously let go of competition, and do cooperation instead. While the road to complete integrity might be long, we can always make a new choice NOW. It takes awareness though. Here some key dynamics I found:

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

Unseen Influence: Negative Guides

While certain visible bacteria and virus infections exist and drain our physial bodies, also invisible destructive occupants can exist, in our energy bodies. Given our era of continuous shifting into higher, finer frequencies, it becomes increasingly clear how many individuals, spiritual teachers, healers, leading personalities and public figures are colonised and not living alone in their body.

What is a negative guide?

A negative guide is a non-physical being that exists in the invisible realms of our multidimensional reality and immerses itself in a living human‘s body system. Such an entity can give special knowledge and / or enhance special skills and powers, which might feed and inflate that human host’s ego. And if the person identifies with a particular ability and starts to own, manipulate and play with it, he or she will loose integrity. Then the „i“ / „me“ or doership becomes important (only I can, I do, I have, I control etc).

A negative guide can be a contact from a past life, an ascended master who loves people with egos or a ‘new recruit’ if someone desires special support on their mission. A negative guide usually hides under the guise or title of a master, guru, god, goddess or rinpoche during one‘s meditation, but has nothing beneficial to offer in the long run, and is more then likely a dark entity masquerading as a spirit guide or saintly voice within a person. Continue reading

Subtle Corruption of Spirituality



hold your light sword at all times

Latest edit: Nov 2018, added section about Sufism


Whether it is the new age healer, the magnetic yogini, the charming channeller or alleged avatar from a seemingly distinguished tradition, whether in Europe, the USA or in India, more often than not, the true character behind a pious smile and seemingly noble mission is that of a narcissist, energy vampire and soul thief. 

The spiritual teacher / leader / guru / rinpoche usually speaks eloquently with charisma and verve, and induces addictive feelings of ecstasy. That he also sends energetic hooks and mental slides towards his targets remains for most unnoticed, unconscious. Manipulation  techniques are manifold and multidimensional. Abuse happens in tangible form (financial misconduct, sexual liaison), and also on metaphysical level, in the invisible realms of our soul, consciousness and energies. 

Descriptors (and depth of corruption) of these individuals vary, but each term aims at pinpointing their deceptive, dangerous character: false gurus, parasitic gurus, dark spirits, spiritual predators, new predators, fake gurus, cult leaders, spiritual parasites, spiritual imposters, soul snatchers, twilight masters, black magicians, asuras, adverse forces, demigods, devadas… 

I have already written about my own experience with parasitic gurus. Here now a collection of insights from other seers and researchers – valuable puzzle pieces from publicly available information:

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Crop Circle Mammendorf

image SEBASTIAN BLUMKornkreis Cropcircle mammendorf foto by mwk

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