For as far as I can remember, I always knew there were parts of our reality that couldn’t bee seen and experienced only with the ‘eye-vision’. Some parts far more tangible than we can imagine at first. Those parts we can’t experience simply by the five senses. And I was endlessly curious and determined to explore them. At first, I got in contact with different types of meditations. This intrigued me to dive deeper into my own journey. After exploring many different traditions: Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and several yogic paths, I found myself completely mesmerized by the Bhakti Yoga practice. It is here where I met my spiritual teacher. He introduced and guided me into mantra meditation. And he endlessly encouraged me to dive deeper and always discover more and more who I was, where am I coming from and who do I really want to be. Who do I really want to be when there are no outside limitations. Only the pure connection to my heart. Finally, the search was over, I found home!
After many years of intense practice, I found myself before the wall of fear. The one I simply could not break through. The wall was built by my shadows, ancestral background and the strong need to feel the ground under my feet. And find my place in the world I was still strongly belonging to.
I prayed for the guidance and help. Exactly then, I crossed the path with the shamanic teachings and mat a really inspiring woman, who became my teacher. And got in contact with may inspiring practitioners. I became connected me with this practice and healing work. And it changed my life. I received valuable tools to face my fears, look into my patterns and accept myself just the way I am.
With these two different traditions as my inspiration and the treasure boxes, I went deeper into the different meditation systems, healing treatments and practicing of the ceremonies. All of them together had something in common: to help me to be in the present moment and to face all that, what is stopping me from being here and now.
These experiences helped me immensely to go deeper into my spiritual practice and onto the path back to myself. They cleared me the way how to reach my personal and professional goals by helping me to deal with my inner and outer obstacles.
In a due course of time, I started receiving the inputs to share the knowledge further. I became very passionate about finding the way to share the gifts I have received with others. This is the reason why you are reading these lines today.
‘A girl. A woman. Searcher, healer and accomplisher. With nothing more then an open heart and determination to learn something new each day. And make small changes within myself and the world.’
Once I came across the quote: ‘We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.’ And I knew this was exactly this feeling I had since my childhood. This made me inquisitive and eager to discover the meaning behind this profound words.
Later, I came across Bhagavat Gita and read the following verses: “Never was there a time when I did not exist, nor you, nor all these kings; nor in the future shall any of us cease to be. As the embodied soul continuously passes, in this body, from boyhood to youth to old age, the soul similarly passes into another body at death. A sober person is not bewildered by such a change…”
I knew this was the answer to my search. Besides the philosophical knowledge of the Self, I discovered many things in the Vedic scriptures about the universe, the Absolute Truth and the power of concentrating the mind through mantra meditation. I discovered how the most adventurous journey one can take is the journey within. If we are properly connected with our heart, our intuition and our deep knowledge from within; this will guide us and help us in all areas of our lives.