October 2nd was Gandhi's birthday. It’s a lovely day celebrated by yogis and many others to remember the man who personifies Ahimsa, which means non-violence (Sanskrit, from a ‘non-, without’ + hiṃsā ‘violence’). Ghandi realized that in force and violence we all lose. He asked his followers to deal with their anger through prayer and … Continue reading Is This Health Care?
Did we lose God or is it only the O we lost in our interpretation of our Gods? Put the O from Nature back in God.www.oliveretreat.comWhen is the O lost in God? From a historic perspective I don't believe the O stayed for very long in all new Gods that appeared every 500 years or … Continue reading Where is G(o)od? – Part 1/3
A student, who as a physiotherapist had learned that each human has one centre of gravity, asked me where that center of gravity was. At the time he was having trouble finding his balance while trying to do inverted yoga postures, such as the headstand or the shoulder stand. Sometimes he also had lower back … Continue reading Where is the center of gravity, as per Ayurveda?
If you see the Corona fraud as a conspiracy or business as usual, is semantics. From both perspectives those committing "the fraud" think they are in their right to do so. I see it as what I call a classical "Daddy Issue". It arises, when we are surprised and realize Daddy doesn't have our best … Continue reading Not Conspiracy, Just A Classical Daddy Issue
The pandemic has reminded us of how valuable all life is, while both reconfirming our teachings regarding the celebration of it, as well as our belief that at the core of any definition of personal health must lay a consideration for the Earth’s health and all of the living creatures on it (and vice versa) … Continue reading What have you learned from the pandemic?
During these times of panic in the stock markets, in hospitals and in governments, some of us might be liberated in realizing how fooled we have been believing there is "a truth" as proclaimed by those knowing that they know the truth. Shame and guilt comes along with the "truth" if we can't make it … Continue reading Cliche #1 – there is a “truth”
We often practice soul work combined with body work, a great combo. For example walking in nature, while facing one's illusions. One person came to terms with the fact that she felt entitled to a much better life than she had - she wanted more. More money, more time, better friends, nicer husband... 🤔Dismantling the … Continue reading Soul Detox and Walking
The best treatment for mental health is fundamentally based on respecting that the mind is not separate from the body, and that the brain is an organ like any other organ and as such it needs care, nurture and at least respect. When we see this month's posts on mental health awareness surprisingly few talk … Continue reading Mental Health – the best treatment
If the #MeToo movement changed the world in any way it was that it created listeners. It was finally time to listen. The abused who finally spoke up may have told someone previously, or tried to, but probably hadn't gotten enough support to make a difference, or change anything. Out of 700 rapes one year … Continue reading Poor Kavanaugh, He Was Bullied to Do It
We added a new introduction to the original blog you'll find below, in order to make more sense if you got here from our latest newsletter. We chose the wrong role model in building the world. The "king of beasts", lions, was a bad idea. So the colorful, charismatic, wealthy, high earning, loudest, biggest, fastest, … Continue reading Unburdening the Macho