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Natural immunity- your best line of defence

Natural immunity- your best line of defence

A few days ago, I was listening to a rather long radio programme, where a group of scientists, politicians and other health officials were discussing the best measures of protection against Covid. Using the habitual language of war on the virus, lines of defense etc....

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Letting go- Welcome to the Winter Light sessions 2020

Letting go- Welcome to the Winter Light sessions 2020

Someone can be madly in love with you and still not be ready. They can love you in a way you have never been loved and still not join you on the bridge. And whatever their reasons you must leave. Because you never ever have to inspire anyone to meet you on the bridge....

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Eco-villages and following your heart

Eco-villages and following your heart

Many years ago I had this dream of travelling to the US and Canada to visit alternative communities. I was fascinated by the concept of eco-villages- urban or rural communities in which people cohabit to varying degrees, according to a set of social, economic and...

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On belonging

On belonging

The question of belonging had long been on my mind. I am what is called a “third culture kid”, my parents have two different nationalities (Romanian and German) and I was born and grew up in a third country, which is Belgium. I grew up speaking German at home (my...

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Anxious and overwhelmed? Here is some help!🌸🌻

Anxious and overwhelmed? Here is some help!🌸🌻

Dear all, I hope you are very well, healthy both physically and emotionally! Here are a few nuggets of wisdom from the holistic health department;-)Needless to say, that the stronger we are in our mental, emotional, and physical self-care, the more healthy we will...

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On hope and change

On hope and change

Yesterday, as I was writing this, the sun was shining in Belgium (which can be rare at this time of the year) and was bathing the world in a beautiful light. I love this time of the year, the precursor of spring, in which the days are slowly getting longer and bring...

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Dealing with disappointment- do I have it in me?

Dealing with disappointment- do I have it in me?

Dear all, Here below a short and well-known parable that I like to think of when things in life don’t go as expected. When they happen, disappointments can be painful and difficult to deal with. However, with hindsight, the things that didn’t work, or that I couldn’t...

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This adventure that is you!

This adventure that is you!

Recently I was asked whether next to workshops I was also giving personal sessions. So this might be a good opportunity to get back to basics and just explain what I do and why. And perhaps taking it chronologically places it into a better context. Years ago I was...

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A spiritual promise

A spiritual promise

A great degree of the anguish, insecurities, sense of overwhelm and inadequacy we can feel as adults in our day to day life can therefore be traced back to this initial circle we were an active member of…

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