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    Daily planner for a meaningful life

    “If you do not go within, you will go without.” This is a truth by which I intent to live my life. In order to take your power back and create a happy and fulfilling life, you have to be clear on what a happy life means to you. I love the idea that happiness is not created as a result of certain conditions but instead, certain conditions are a result of happiness. Your beingness or in other words, your state of consciousness, creates your experience. If we want to have love in our lives, we have to BE love first. If we want to experience kindness in our world,…

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    5 Empowering Thoughts worth Sharing

      Do you know that feeling, when you are reading a book and you have to stop at a specific sentence because it resonates with you so much, you want to ponder it for a little while? I am talking about the phrases that deep down in your being you know are true and they bring you instant clarity and a feeling of coming home. I like to write those sentences down, so I can come back to them every now and then. Often times, when I practice my morning meditation, make notes, or go for a walk I receive a thought which I immediately write down, so it´s meaning won´t escape my…

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    A practical guide to everyday miracles

      A few years ago I received A Course in Miracles (ACIM) as a Christmas gift. When I started reading it for the first time, I found it really hard to understand. The terminology used in the book was for me, as a person who didn´t grow up in a religious household, too far off.  In the following years I´ve put the book away several times but then started to read it again every now and then, until I finally gave it a try and did the lessons from the workbook as a part of my morning meditation. I still continue with this practice every day. ACIM is basically a metaphysical…

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    21 days of releasing judgment

      Every time we judge someone, we see our own faults reflected back to us. At first, it may seem that our irritation and anger are totally legitimate. However, when you look at the reason of you not approving someone else´s behavior, you´ll find out that you´ve been probably offended because this conduct is more than familiar to you. In fact, it´s usually something you´ve been consciously but often times unconsciously struggling with, as well. Undoubtedly, it´s easier to see these “faults” in others and by pointing at them feeling superior and showing ourselves that there is someone even worse than we are. These people who we are judging are…