Tag: personal

  • On my path & the kundalini yoga chapter

    On my path & the kundalini yoga chapter

    After my latest burst of inspiration for my blog in November, I have again found other inspirations elsewhere. I drifted away, again. I came back now because I keep having this need to justify and explain my writing behaviour and patterns. This comes forth of my need to live my soul purpose and to justify…

  • Yes to Nose & no to plastic surgery

    Yes to Nose & no to plastic surgery

    Recently I read a blog post in which the author openly described the process of her considering plastic surgery on her nose so to improve her looks. My reaction? A blog post-worthy comment. I was so inspired because I have had my own troubles relating to my nose and to other parts of my body.…

  • My spiritual background

    My spiritual background

    It’s time for me to write something about my spiritual background!┬áIn 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 friend even interviewed me about…

  • Space invader #2: to speak your truth

    Space invader #2: to speak your truth

    Some time ago I described myself as ‘harmony-seeking quiet observer learning to speak loud and clear when needed’, which you may have read below my blog posts. It’s funny how accurate that description is. Earlier I already wrote that I was practicing to take up space. Now I am practicing to speak my truth more…

  • Expected lessons from personal growth program

    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 time I never saw it…

  • 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 me to leave. However, later…