Writing as an embodied practice

Writing as an embodied practice

write down what is on your mind not to get rid of your thoughts well, maybe to get rid of the annoying ones but also to keep what you don’t want to forget   the good stuff, the bad stuff there is a place for everything  on a blank page   to surface the thoughts that...
On information diet

On information diet

Dieting is mostly spoken of in the context of food. To stay healthy and well, I think it’s also important what information we feed ourselves. Actually, the journey starts not only with what, but how much.   Since we’ve had the government crisis in Austria,...
Summer is calling

Summer is calling

  The summer season is full of life and energy. Everything is growing and expanding. The sun is at its most intense. It’s an inviting time to also show yourself, experiment and move.  It’s a great time for outdoor activities and enjoying what life has to offer. ...
Moment of Presence: Touching Water

Moment of Presence: Touching Water

As we’ve had the first heat waves of the summer and water plays a vital element in staying refreshed, cool and mentally sane, I thought I’d share one day out of the Moments of Presence program with you.  Before you get to it, I’d like to share what...
Tense ≠ Intense

Tense ≠ Intense

Tension is not the same as intensity. Tension is often equivalent with too much effort. We carry a lot of chronic tension in our bodies. By letting go of tension, we can discover new resources that emerge. Maybe you experience stillness, clarity, serenity, direction,...
Beyond to-dos: what to put on your list

Beyond to-dos: what to put on your list

The most common list is the to-do list. It’s useful. It saves your brain energy as you don’t need to remember things.   But there are other lists that can also be helpful:   The not-to-do list if you want to avoid falling into the same trap over and over...