Day in and day out we feel challenged, we are in demand and commited. We write to-do-lists, try to manage everything so as not to neglect this and that. Even recovery times are planned meticulously. At the end of the day, we wonder if we really felt free, at least at times. Free from challenges, […]
Thoughts & Feelings
Everything what you think is relevant to your Biological Age. Feelings influence your body health and your mentality.
Spirituality – Humbug or Hope?
The term “spirituality” comes from the Latin word “spirit” – and means “spirituality” or “inner life”. In our materialized life there is unfortunately little space for questions of spirituality, at most on days like before Christmas. Nevertheless, it is expressed in different directions of belief: within a religion, a community of interests or in intellectual […]
Our Inner Anchor
We’re living in an age where very few things last. Everything in our world seems to be in a constant state of flux, and it feels like we hardly have any influence over the way things keep changing. By now, every one of us has had the experience of showing up at our favorite café […]
Create the world you want!
Scientifically speaking, when it comes to our experience of the world, just 10% consists of actual events—the other 90% is our reactions to them. This 90% varies as widely as people’s lifestyles in different parts of the world. The world is beautiful or terrible, depending on how we (want to) see it. I’m not talking […]
TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR THOUGHTS!
“THE HAPPINESS OF YOUR LIFE DEPENDS ON THE QUALITY OF YOUR THOUGHTS,” SAID THE ANCIENT PHILOSOPHER MARCUS AURELIUS. FROM A HEALTHY NUTRITION PERSPECTIVE, I ALSO AGREE WITH THE MODERN-DAY SAYING, “YOU ARE WHAT YOU EAT.” ALONG THOSE LINES, MY PERSONAL MOTTO IS: “YOU ARE WHAT YOU THINK.” Our thoughts are literally written all over our […]
The power of self-love
What is self-love, how do we express it? Is it just an attempt to use manipulation to further your own interests? Is it about only listening to yourself talk, without letting other people get a word in? Does it come down to a “me-first” kind of attitude? (A more common behavior among males than females) Throughout […]