Blog post #29: Eine Vision. Unterschiedliche Heransgehensweisen. #Finding UNITY in DIVERSITY.

Wie bzw. wo fange ich an? Mit diesem Text – und mit der Klimakrise. Dystopische Szenarien sind nicht meine ART. Ich halte mich lieber an das Schöne und versuche dies in mir und der Welt zu kultivieren. Was nicht heißt, dass ich mich von den Problemen der Welt abwende oder sie verleugne. Ich weiß nur… Blog post #29: Eine Vision. Unterschiedliche Heransgehensweisen. #Finding UNITY in DIVERSITY. weiterlesen

Blog post #28: Angekommen // Arrived // Arrivée // Llegado // Ankommet

Homecoming to oneself. Needs are known and it is acted accordingly. You are seen if you also manage to see yourself. Feeling fulfilled. Home. Home within my body. My soul in peace. I AM. Me. Nobody more. Nobody less. I AM. Here right now, with all that happened to me till now. Present in the… Blog post #28: Angekommen // Arrived // Arrivée // Llegado // Ankommet weiterlesen

Blog post #26: Wer etwas will, muss sich auch darauf einlassen

Dezember Erinnerungen Ein Lauf durch die Felder. Zurück durch die Au. Innehalten an der Brücke. Den Fluss überblickend. Demnächst geht die Jahres-Reise „Ich KANN, ich KANN was DU auch KANNST…“ los. Meine ersten CSX Gehversuche, in der Form von Community-Supported-Empowerment (CSE). Wir werden uns einigen Fragen stellen. Eine davon: Was will ich? Als ich da… Blog post #26: Wer etwas will, muss sich auch darauf einlassen weiterlesen

Blog post #25: Wie man Mut kultivieren kann

„Wenn man etwas haben will, das man noch nie gehabt hat, so muss man etwas tun, das man noch nie getan hat“. (Peseschkian) * Ja, ums Tun komme ich nicht herum. Doch um ins Tun zu kommen – dafür hilft ein fruchtbarer Boden (und der kann ich selbst für meine Ideen sein, indem ich ihnen… Blog post #25: Wie man Mut kultivieren kann weiterlesen

Blog post #24: Slave of mind – no more

Statement: My head, my thoughts, my mind, my (lack of) self-esteem is stopping me from doing things. Answers: Yes. No. If the first answer applies: I invite you to enjoy the conversation between Rayya Elias & Elizabeth Gilbert: A while ago I needed to bring something down to paper. Because I confess: my answer is… Blog post #24: Slave of mind – no more weiterlesen

Blog post #23: Lessons from the wind

(Written Wednesday January 15 2020) Coming home from a forest run. Fresh air. Dawn. Birds. River. Beautiful leaf-less trees. A delightful solo-reflection time. Making a break at the bridge crossing the river. I had headwind all along, running upstream. It´s not the first time I have experienced headwind. But looking how the river flows, how… Blog post #23: Lessons from the wind weiterlesen

Blog post #17: Transformations – for change

A new decade has just started. The one leading towards 2030. There will be a lot to do. But where to start? High time to spread Thomas Macintyre´s PhD thesis The Transgressive Gardener, presented by Arjen Wals as “one of the most original one’s” he has been involved in. Maybe you´ll find some answers there?… Blog post #17: Transformations – for change weiterlesen

Blog post #15: The power – or the gift – of embarrassment

Embarrassing! Embarrassing! Embarrassing! It happened! To me! The well-organized, forward-thinking, yes, also in some regards, perfectionist. Stupid me. Deppert (in Austrian terms). Some unfinished blog posts went online – spamming potentially your Email account with unreadable, incomprehensive memory hooks to myself. Well. Not at all intended. Not that I have thousands of followers – but… Blog post #15: The power – or the gift – of embarrassment weiterlesen

Blog post #12: Is to dare to care?

In blog post #9 I recommended Ken Robinson´s TEDtalk. Not only because what he says is worth listening to but also how he says it. Same goes for Brené Brown in talking about the power of vulnerability in a, to me, entertaining way. To me, what they have in common, is their elaboration on human… Blog post #12: Is to dare to care? weiterlesen

Blog post #11: What are you waiting for?

There is plenty of research done that could wake us up. There are plenty of reasons calling us to action. If we only believed that each one of us mattered and makes a difference. So much can be done right here right now. As Alixa and Naima said: „Why would a flower hesitate to open?“… Blog post #11: What are you waiting for? weiterlesen