Category: Inner growth

On the community of kundalini yoga
Inner growth, Other

On the community of kundalini yoga

In the beginning of the horrendous year 2020 I started teaching a weekly kundalini yoga class. A few months later I radically quit. What happened? I may call myself naive, but it was not without a backstory. I completed the kundalini yoga teacher training the year before and wanted to…

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My spiritual background
Inner growth

My spiritual background

It's time for me to write something about my spiritual background! In the last few years I have learnt a lot and I have come to feel more secure about talking and writing about the theme of spirituality or consciousness. Also, recently I promoted my blog a little more and a…

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Space invader #2: to speak your truth
Inner growth

Space invader #2: to speak your truth

I have come to learn that my judgement, intuition and wisdom are among the most valuable things I have to offer the world. Some time ago I described myself as 'harmony-seeking quiet observer learning to speak loud and clear when needed', which you may read below my blog posts. Earlier,…

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Expected lessons from personal growth program
Inner growth

Expected lessons from personal growth program

Hello lovelies, I want to write about some recent personal experiences surrounding the possible enrolment in an online 'personal/spiritual development' program. It was the first time that I seriously considered participating in such an e-course. I had encountered 'similar' programs before, but due to the high investments of money and…

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Space invader #1: the first insights
Inner growth, Relating

Space invader #1: the first insights

Until not long ago I had never considered 'taking up space' as a thing. Since I do, I have started to see it in everything. I have found it to be an incredibly useful concept in my personal development! Here I will share my story, including the first new insights…

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Inner growth, Sustainability

Introversion in social movements

A week ago I left early from a trainings weekend of the Dutch Climate Movement, in which up to 80 involved people came together to do workshops, have discussions, make plans and have fun. After one day I felt like I had had enough stimuli and it was okay for…

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