As I was growing up people were continuously telling me I thought too much. “Is it I who thinks too much or is it that others think too little?”- I frequently asked myself and chose to view it as a sign for supremacy. My ideas encapsulated me. My excitement to create and love made my … Continue reading Inside
Amidst all the confusion and exhaustion of Orientation our Middview trips made it possible for us to run away from shaking hands and urging to remember as many names as possible. This was an opportunity to ground yourself, reflect on what being yourself at this new place would be like and in the same time- spend … Continue reading Metta Orientation
Are you an artist? Are you constantly trying to improve your surroundings? Do you seek for an opportunity to express and show your art to the world? Are you ready to participate in an unforgettable and enriching experience that will change you forever? Then, this is the chance you have been waiting for. This fellowship … Continue reading Introducing I Meditation Artistic Retreat In January 2014
This article was first published in Public Republic magazine : ) I have been involved in an online course of meditation for a couple of weeks now. This is the Peace revolution Self-Development program which you can easily get signed up for. In order to give you the chance to get to know a bit … Continue reading Meditation, Self-discipline and I
Some more thoughts from my diary: How could I do better (so that I didnt suffer so much?) The most important thing I realised could have improved the situation would have been for me to define my needs and wishes better. I didnt feel okey and I wanted to just go to bed (this is … Continue reading Day 4: How could I suffer less? : D
Day 4 on the Camino de Santiago: I woke up feeling sick and powerless. Martin (the Polish guy I had met and had dinner with the previous day) came to say Bye and left as everyone else. I got off the bed and started to get ready. No hot water so no shower. Some other … Continue reading Day 4: Where is the Joy?
“We need, in love, to practice only this: letting each other go. For holding on comes easily; we do not need to learn it.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke, Translations from the Poetry of Rainer Maria Rilke What I need, I find. Always.
A few thoughts on my Thailand experience one year later... My Peace Revolution fellowship is by all means my most valuable experience so far. I can talk about its impact on me for hours. Even before I got to Thailand I benefited greatly: the preparational program helped me become more aware of my actions and … Continue reading One year after my Peace Revolution : )