In a nutshell
In my early 20s, at the beginning of a promising career in Modern Dance I followed a gut feeling, which was driven by a deep longing to find "more" and dropped out of career and common life style in order to learn meditation and to meet an enlightened man.
This turned out to have been the first step on an adventurous path of inner and outer exploration. Certainly not planned but unavoidably drawn, I happened to spend the biggest part of the following thirteen years in India. Here I met spiritual mystics, teachers and healers, who profoundly influenced my life and opened the necessary space for transformation.
The Indian Mystic Osho, the Advaita Teacher Papaji; the founder of Tibetan Pulsing Healing, Dheeraj, and the Director of the Osho Mystery School, Kaveesha ... to name just the most influential ones of that time.
It has been rich and adventurous years of living, learning and working on two continents. I studied and trained in many ways, which supported my empathic nature and gave orientation and direction in working with people. From the mid 90s I began to be of service to others by giving sessions and a little later running groups.
Over time a shift happened from imagining and making efforts towards how I should be, to discovering who and how I truly am. I believe that we are all ready to make an intelligent choice by turning our awareness IN. Thus discovering the truth, the completion and the beauty of who we really are. This can neither be provoked nor prevented. It is always within, here and now.
My invitation is to shift from the mind to the heart, from speculating to experiencing, from following a story in time to living in the middle of this moment - free from the glue with the 'story of I, me, my self.'
I enjoy being in the middle of the moment, where life is always a fresh surprise. It's all about paying attention to how life is as me, as you and as everything around us, forever changing and unpredictable.
Sharing that with each other is what I call Satyamitra: sharing truth as friends. This is challenging. It requires openness and equality without same-making
Living true to the truth in daily life is not about "instead-solutions", like enlightenment instead of how your are now. It's rather about discovering the light, the truth which is already here - in spite of and including our programmed shortcomings. Discovering that, which is reliable, that which is even deeper than the coming and going of experiences.
There is truly no such thing as a 'spiritual life' versus a 'normal' one. Life is just life. The only relevant difference is whether we are awake and aware in the Here-and-Now or we are asleep and dreaming to be 'spiritual' or 'normal' or something else 'different' from what we are this very moment
The professional roles I play are ‘Spiritual Teacher, Healer, Therapist’. The tools I'm using are individually tailored to your needs, to the aspects and programs of your nervous system, in order to set free what is already free at the source. My strongest allegiance is with awareness: witnessing in the middle of the moment.
I understand my job to be a kind of consciousness tour-guide for daily living. I am touched by people sharing with me. It is inspiring, humbling and keeps me going in growing.
Feel warmly welcome!
Let's dance this life while listening to the song of love played by the universe.