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This is me (source: own)


  • Curious & creative, mother of three gorgeous human beings, an empath, & a happy wife.
  • I love traveling, nature, and language (s), deep conversations, & connections.
  • I can’t live without great coffee, good reads, moving my body, humor, or enough sleep.
  • Moving from duality to oneness — I’ve been in the deepest depths working my way towards inner peace.

I believe we can heal our world by healing each other, one by one.

This requires inner work and taking on responsibility for who we truly are.

my writing

  • I write about my healing journey and my personal experiences.
  • I write children’s books…

Sitting in stillness to connect to the inner self (source: own).

My mind constantly broadcasts, sending random thoughts, to-dos and memory snippets, plastering me with images, voices and whatever else it has access to.

I imagine this input swirling around my head like one infinite cloud, getting lost in itself only to eventually repeat over and over again.

I can get stuck in my head.

I feel it.

My attention springs upward and I stop connecting to my torso.

In those moments, I merely exist in my head. I vividly engage with the images, thoughts, and tasks my mind throws at me. I can feel how my life force is sucked…

Learning to speak up can be challenging (source: own).

Numbers used to fall through our daughter’s brain as if they drowned in a bottomless well, never to be seen again. Times tables were a mystery, numbers a random concept. Her confidence got lost somewhere in the maze of inexplicable patterns.

We moved past this stage.

Still, math remained the most challenging subject for our daughter at school.

We had come a long way, previously thinking our daughter might have dyscalculia or a specific learning difficulty.

Healthline describes dyscalculia as follows:

Dyscalculia goes beyond having a hard time understanding math. …

Richtige Ernährung spielt eine entscheidende Rolle (eigenes Bild).

Mir war klar, dass mein Körper Energie braucht, um zu funktionieren. Die Komplexität meiner wunderbaren „Körpermaschinerie“ war mir bis vor einigen Jahren allerdings nicht bewusst — und mir auch auch nicht klar, dass einfaches Kalorienzählen nicht reicht, um den Bedürfnissen meines Körper gerecht zu werden.

Mein Körper führt ständig umfangreiche Aufgaben aus, ohne, dass ich ihn darum bitte, z.B., mein Blut durch meine Venen pumpen, meine Haare und Fingernägel wachsen lassen oder meine Zellen erneuern. Zusätzlich stehen außergewöhnliche Aufgaben auf dem Programm, wie das Ankurbeln des Immunsytems, um eine Infektion abzuwenden, oder das Heilen meiner Knochen nach einem Bruch.


My left knee was injured. Would I ever be able to hike again? (Source: own)

My left knee was in shatters.

I had an ACL (Anterior Crucial Ligament) reconstruction done on my left knee.

This journey started four months earlier when I injured my knee in a taekwondo accident. It was an epic jump kick (sadly, no one filmed it!), but the landing on my left foot was not as epic. I collapsed on the floor howling with pain. I knew I had done serious damage.

I was bound to crutches, or more accurately, to the sofa for the next few weeks. I am usually an active person. Prior to my knee injury, I did taekwondo twice per week, yoga once…

My new view on perfectionism.

Accepting the beauty —“I am enough.” (Source: own)

I recently discovered a deep pattern. When I observe my mind, I find an incessant chatter of:

  • Past mishaps
  • Words better not said
  • Situations I should have handled more maturely

… all running in an infinite loop.

Why is that so?

What is the common ground in these thinking patterns?

What does my mind want to achieve by replaying stories of the past?

What is the common denominator?

Then, it hit me. It’s all about disappointment. Disappointment with myself:

  • I should have done better
  • I could have done better
  • I should not have said this
  • I should have controlled myself…

Divine guidance illuminating the path (source: own).

I used to be a skeptic. I did not believe in anything supernatural.

A mid-life challenge and years of healing changed my views.

I’d like to share my way of communicating with the Divine. It might help you master the courage to step onto your own path.

Ultimately, you have to develop your own “code”. This may seem daunting at first, so if feelings of overwhelm come rushing in now, take a deep breath, let them float away, and focus on the first step. Once you’ve mastered that, focus on the next step, and so forth. …

Connecting with my intuition — illuminating the path ahead. (Source: own)

There are many voices in our heads.

It can seem challenging to connect with our intuition. At least for me, it is.

There are many voices in my head: my own, my parents, my teachers, my friends, society’s.

My mind is always going over old conversations and situations, often scolding me for allegedly inappropriate behavior, or warning me of potential dangers to avoid pain, fear, or other unpleasant experiences.

On top of this, we are presented with enormous amounts of information each day, which are impossible to process from a human perspective. I often feel overwhelmed when deciding. I easily fall into a rabbit hole when I…


I openly & authentically share about my own inner journey. It’s been challenging, yet, I can feel my true self emerging. I cheer you on to fully become you.

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