Tag Archives: Health

Strength and Elegance

My Pilates teacher told me about of this video. This is absolute perfection of a classic reformer exercise series. Joseph Pilates, a former boxer and self-defense trainer at Scotland Yard, was a  genius in terms of designing integrated, comprehensive system … Continue reading

Posted in Teacher & Teachings | Tagged , , | 11 Comments

Letting go of taking things personally (2)

A practical course in 5 parts “Letting go of taking things personally” is an experiment based on an idea from Eileen. Taking things personally is something that we all do, and at times it really clouds our sense of peace, … Continue reading

Posted in Seeing myself in you | Tagged , , , , , , | 4 Comments

Shame and Guilt

I am not a psychologist and know little about the theories of emotions. But I encounter them on a regular basis and I know what they can do to a person’s sense of self-esteem, confidence and ultimately health. This is … Continue reading

Posted in Toaster & Fridge | Tagged , , , , , , | 1 Comment

Means of Life (6)

Food, food, food – where ever I go,  it is about food. What to eat, when to eat, where to eat, with whom to eat…journals and magazines are full of recipes, there are TV shows and cooking classes, books and … Continue reading

Posted in Means of Life, The Window Seat | Tagged , , , | 1 Comment

Means of Life (5)

In many ways, food has become an obsession in our society. As we have established, food intake is regulated by the bodily functions of hunger and satiety, as well as influenced by appetite, that is an indicator which type of … Continue reading

Posted in Awakening & Medicine, Means of Life, Michaela on Medicine | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment

Means of Life (4)

So we have established now, that eating is a human need. The body, this living, breathing, vibrating, beautiful living organism is made of the dancing particles of all matter, and renews itself constantly. The body is at all times a … Continue reading

Posted in Means of Life | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Means of Life (2)

Many years ago, in the search of what I felt was missing in my understanding of the human body and how to help people heal, I came across the ancient wisdom of Ayurveda. It is a Sanskrit term meaning “ … Continue reading

Posted in Means of Life, Michaela on Medicine | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Means of Life (1)

Lately I have become really intrigued with the obsession of our Western society with food. I have written on other occasions about my own (past) passion for cooking and how it has been changing lately, transforming into something else. Moreover, … Continue reading

Posted in Awakening & Medicine, Means of Life, Michaela on Medicine | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Make new from old

All my life I have had a fascination with food and that was actually more than just a past time , it was a passion. I just love food, everything about it. The smell, the taste, the appearance, the texture, … Continue reading

Posted in The Window Seat | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Between fear & faith

On 5th chakra, addiction, disease and surrender Whether being on a spiritual journey on the brink of surrendering, healing an addiction or a disease – energetically it is all connected to the centre of will-power: the fifth chakra. While the … Continue reading

Posted in Energy Medicine, Michaela on Medicine, The Sacred Disease | Tagged , , , , , | 2 Comments