Just recently I watched a sweet and also a little bit silly romantic comedy, where a man was trying to pursue a young woman to choose him over his extremely wealthy and handsome competitor. The young woman told him that the rich competitor had promised to take her on his own private yacht to every beautiful island they had every heard of. In his last attempt to win this woman's heart the man said: "Without love in your life these islands are just rocks in the water. It's the loving companion you take your journey with, that turns every rock into a paradise."
war einer der ersten Filme die ich als Kind gesehen habe. Ich kann mich noch genau an diesen Tag und den Film erinnern.
Eine der beeindruckendsten Filmzenen war wenn ET darum gebeten hat nach Hause telefonieren zu dürfen. Das war so berührend und herzergreifend.
Viele von uns leben nicht mehr dort wo sie aufgewachsen sind. Arbeitsangebote, eine Liebe oder einfach nur eine Abenteuerlust verschlägt uns in unerforschte Ecken auf diesem Planeten. Doch die Heimat bleibt in uns auf geheimnisvolle Weise stecken. Bestimmte Ereignisse wie z.B.
I truly believe that our bodies have an innate ability to heal themselves.
Many of you might have experienced this in your own life or witnessed it with a family member or friend. When our bodies are acting up, letting us know that it is time to reconsider our goals and perform an internal check up with our purpose of being in this human experience.
Achieving true health might not happen instantly but it is long-lasting and authentic, meaning it doesn't just treat symptoms like medication does. Our bodies possess an enormous capacity to heal themselves.
During the last two decades I have had the honor to talk with people who live with terrible memories and have experienced the most profound pain. I am working with those who are moving through significant healing, life changes, loneliness and sometimes struggle with their identity.
One of the most wonderful discoveries I've made is that, "deep down, we are all the same". We dream of the same things. Looking to be loved and accepted just as we are.