There is no secret to life. I know it from all my spiritual studies and endeavours, my relationships and life stories. There simply is no secret to life. Yet, every now and then, this deeply engrained belief that there must be some mysterious, hidden, codified grid of mystic answer that I can only find through … More Does success have to come with hard work?
I read somewhere on LinkedIn that we should not talk about politics or private life. The French have a very beautiful way of putting it: Ca ne se fait pas. We just don’t do this. Somewhere in the back of your brain, this sentence may have been engraved for life and possibly several lives. It’s so … More In this company, we don’t do this
Six years ago, when I started this blog, I was searching in all directions to find an answer to a question that was tormenting me night and day: “what should I do with my life?” I have heard many times (and undoubtedly you have too) that: It’s not what you do but how you show … More Finding solace on a long life quest
For many centuries, spirituality has been confined to the “respectable” hands of a few established religions which have governed humanity’s souls on earth with a poignant fist, bloodshed, repression and massive proselytism in exchange of a secured after-life. Sure, there has also been alternative religious movements which have grown like mushrooms in the summer moss; many have … More Should we worry about the rise of spirituality corporations?
It’s vibrant, it’s uplifting and there is some enigmatic pull that takes you from the guts and draws you straight inside yourself, far back in that space where you can only go when you have fully switched your mind off. I call this place home and Oh! well do I know how hard it is to … More Falling in Love with aboriginal painting
The healing path is paved with stepping stones and watch outs. Today, I would like to share the biggest watch-out which I call the healing parody. I have been on the healing path for many years now. I have been the great horse, the worst horse, I have taken detours, I have lost myself, I … More The healing parody a watch-out for those with great potential
There was a time, where I was looking for inspiration in the four corners of the world. I was convinced that nothing, NO-THING, that I was looking for was around me. It often gave me a sense of despair, discouragement and over time, my impressive enthusiasm was about to fail me. Then I started reading … More A feeling of coming home