My concept is based on the connection of the human being with himself, his environment and the whole universe. I see my mission in helping people to feel this connection through my offers and to give them tools to stay in this connection. Through my own path I have experienced how important this connection is for our mental and physical health and in general our whole well-being. When we are connected, we are in flow, things come easily to us and we know where our path is going.
For me, being connected means:
- Being aware of your own inner voice and trusting your intuition
- Being grounded and with yourself
- Being able to let go
- Living in the present
- Knowing your own value and loving yourself
- Allowing life to carry you
- Feeling ease on all levels of life
- Having a deep trust and to know that everything will be alright
- Being able to activate your self-healing powers
- Going your own way and doing what fulfils you
Often this connection is suppressed or disturbed by our lifestyle and lines of thought, which then also has an irrevocable effect on the balance of body and mind. This can then lead to the following negative states:
- Exhaustion and fatigue
- Emotional imbalance (nostalgia, feeling of inferiority, guilt, envy, …)
- Compulsive disorders (compulsion to wash hands, eating disorders, …)
- Anxiety states (fear of loss, existential fears, panic, fear of animals, situations and objects, …)
- Depression and depressive moods
- Illnesses (acute and chronic)
Nevertheless, there is one good news: we are never completely disconnected! This is how the Lakota Native American tribe sees it: “Mitakuye Oyasin” – we are all connected; we are all related. This world view is not only held by this tribe, but also by many other indigenous tribes. It is the expression of harmony with all elements and life forms: Humans, animals, plants and minerals in the Creator Universe. In this view, there is no hierarchy, but a sacred circle whose energy is only in balance when everything is connected in respect and love.
But these words are also meant to make us aware that we are part of the great entirety and that everyone contributes to the well-being of the wholeness. So if I take good care of myself, I contribute to the well-being of humanity and the earth.