Chemicals in your body – a danger to your soul and how to fight it off

The dose makes the poison. Paracelsus To be at peace with yourself, it is also important to take care of yourself, eat well, indulge in fun. But did you know that chemistry has a much stronger impact on the body than we previously thought? At present, we have to make decisions without being able to know for sure the consequences of these. But those who learn from history can help themselves.   Never in the…

Life and afterlife

Why living is the most important thing One thing in advance: even death cannot be rushed. As with everything in life, as long as the time is not ripe, one should exercise patience and perseverance. Peace is not found in death, it is found in life.  When one day the moment comes for eternal sleep to set in, what will one need then? What will happen? In recent weeks, the question of death, of what…

Nature’s hidden habitants

Once upon a time, a long time ago the denizens of the world, who called themselves humans, knew they were not the only humans to live on this planet. We humans, to say the Fine Folk, Fairies, Littlies, we are the humans, considering. It’s a shame they stole this name from us. A shame.  But, what is, is, muggles are just the way they are. Brash children, wild bantlings, naive rulers. Ah, what we haven’t…

Resilience resources

Resilience is stability, or robustness, and in scientific terms, resilience is a system’s ability to adapt to external influences so that it remains stable.In other words: nothing can blow your mind – nothing can throw you off track. Resilience is a skill, which means you can learn it. Anyone can learn to remain stable and calm. Find hope, humour and confidence. Research shows that resilience is the rule, not the exception. Even children who experienced…

CHANGE NEEDS HEART

HOW GRACIOUSNESS HELPS (pdf) When I came back from 6 months in Italy, a country were hugs are the norm and warmth not only from the sun but from people, their generosity, their friendliness, and kindness, seeps into your pores and into your heart, I felt cold all the time. In August, the height of summer, I was freezing. A sort of stasis hit me and it took me a while to acclimate to change.…