In recently times it's becoming increasingly difficult to stay energised and positive. The daily grind takes its toll and then there is also the seemingly unending daily little or big disasters that affects us all emotionally in some way. I remember one historical disasterous event very clearly - 9/11. It was 2001 and when I … Continue reading Ways to protect your energy in crisis
Most of us think grief is only appropriate or applicable when someone dies. Let me tell you a little secret, to grieve is a process we go through constantly. Whether we grieve the loss of a loved one or the loss of a job or even the loss of freedom in a world captured by … Continue reading The value of grief
One thing I have realised over the past few months with the never ending lockdowns is that there has never been a time where ones own issues and problems (whether it’s cabin fever, familial strive, depression, abuse and so forth) have ever been in your face like the past couple of months. It really is … Continue reading 5 Simple strategies to stay sane
... so I bet everyone thought that I just gave it up? I actually had two good days. Not perfect but good. There is something special about Grace that once noticed one can just stand back in awe. This is what I experienced over the last 2 days. Grace. Typical me, I chose the worst … Continue reading Day 3 and 4… the saga continues
So when I started this on Sunday I did not take into account that this week was most likely not the ideal week to start. My internal critic has been screaming the whole day about every thing that I have not managed to do yet. I once had a mentor give me the tip of … Continue reading Day 2 … almost failing
Why do we allow our light to be dimmed in a world where anything is possible?
On Sunday the 13th of May it was Mothers day in Germany. For weeks before one gets bombarded with advertisements of what to get mom for mothers day... from jewellery to flowers, special restaurant and spa vouchers. With these little reminders it is difficult to not play back to the last days we spent together, … Continue reading Mother’s Day
Death. So here we sit again after just over a year and you have won the hand. Again. Your darkness holds many promises, many broken hearts, many tears. Somehow I wish to understand. Somehow not. As the black crow on your shoulder cries for the souls carried to some great place in the sky, somewhere … Continue reading Death