Monthly Archives: August 2010

Thank you all !

2 exciting weeks, 77 posts, 150 comments, over 4000 views. A fantastic start. Vivat the Living Room ! Vivat the Visitors. Looking forward to a busy September !

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What I see is what I am

Something that has really changed for me is the way I see. I noticed first in nature, but then also just walking about, or at home and when I am with people. I am able to “see” so much more. … Continue reading

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The ardent alchemist

The alchemist is learning by doing. Not the result – the process of transformation is her passion.

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I felt a Funeral in my Brain

by Emily Dickinson I felt a Funeral, in my Brain, And Mourners to and fro Kept treading – treading – till it seemed That Sense was breaking through –  And when they all were seated, A Service, like a Drum –  Kept beating – beating – till I thought My … Continue reading

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Immortal Beloved

When he lodged in Heiligenstadt, during the summer of 1802, Beethoven did not only have to come to terms with losing his hearing and related to this, his career as a highly sought after conductor – he also lost the … Continue reading

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The ardent alchemist

Before one can change into  an other, it must first turn into nothing.

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Is it enough to be present ?

A conversation between Angelika and Michaela A: Good morning, Michaela! What´s up today? M: Good morning Geli. Its raining cats and dogs here – thank god I do not have to go out today. A:  Same here. The weather is … Continue reading

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The Process

When Krishnamurti’ss Notebook first became available in 1976, it was soon realized that it was a spiritually unique document giving his perceptions and experiences and describing his states of consciousness. Continue reading

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Of Agony and Surrender

The Heiligenstadt Testament When Beethoven was 26 years old  he was already a very successful composer and piano virtuoso.  At this time he began to suffer from buzzing noises and other sounds in his ears, and two years later deafness broke out. In 1802 … Continue reading

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On the sofa with Paul

A conversation on Beethoven between Paul and Michaela “Music is mediator between spiritual and sensual life.” Ludwig van Beethoven

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