Daily Archives: September 8, 2010

The martyr’s crown

Fidelio is Beethoven’s only opera and he wrote it under considerable  difficulties. In a letter he mentioned that this opera will surely win him a “martyr crown”. Beethoven has been such a teacher on this journey. From the windows of … Continue reading

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The ardent alchemist

“In statu nascendi”  is a term used in chemistry to explain the state some elements are in, when they have just released their connection with other elements. In this state they react much better,  change fast, and are much more … Continue reading

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After Satori arises Samsara, after Heaven ensues Hell

By Michaela and Geli A: As Eckhart Tolle and many other spiritual teachers point to,  consciousness wants to awaken on this planet. What is an evolutionary impulse for mankind,  is certainly quite a challenge to each human being. Unlike the … Continue reading

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The wisdom of Rumi

“Out beyond our ideas of right-doing and wrong-doing there is a field. I’ll meet you there.”

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On the sofa with Sheila

Conversation between Sheila and Michaela M: Hi Sheila. Good morning. Or rather Good evening to Southern California How are you ? S: Hello, Michaela. I am doing very well. I took a vacation day and was off today….enjoying some free … Continue reading

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