Many of you asked me for Bali tips… and I have big issues with writing just a classic travel blogpost – I did that about Bali already once and also I’m writing in German on the Boalingua Blog about mindful traveling – you won’t see from me things like “the best 5 things to do in Costa Rica”.
I recorded this video in India at the Amritapuri Ashram which totally feels like home to me. It’s all about ThetaHealing, how I found it and you can win a 1:1 session via Skype with me. It will be in English, so it’s only for people who’s mother tongue isn’t German since I already gave away sessions in German. Just write me an email with your WHY to firstname.lastname@example.org – the giveaway ends this Friday.
In a world, where plastic islands as big as Central Europe in the Pacific Ocean exist and no country is taking action because it’s International Waters*, we as consumers need to start to shift from single-use to mindful reusing. But how does that adventure of conscious grocery shopping look like?
Come with us on this exciting journey.
I thought the same. Just some weeks ago. My soul sister kept repeating that kind men are not boring but interesting. I was skeptical. I always felt attracted to these 10% bad boys. Yeah, I played their game too. Sometimes I was the bad one, sometimes them. But actually, the story and the ending were always the same: Heartbroken Aleksandra.
When you think about freedom, you mostly think about the big things in your life that you want to change. But actually, it’s the small daily actions that keep us in the golden cage. So before you’re thinking too much about how to quit your job, leave the country or whatever you feel called to – take a look at your daily habits and start from there into a life of (inner) freedom.
I still remember the day my best friend Deborah and I spent in our favorite vegan café Lima Limon and she said to me: “You wouldn’t recognize LOVE even if it would stand in front of you!”
I was observing myself and my girlfriends the other day just before we had to leave the house. It was hot so we wanted to wear something short, but we weren’t freshly shaved or waxed, and we were freaking out.
Wow. Adam and I watched this movie here in Bali and it’s just so heartbreaking:
I don’t know if you know – I didn’t – but many Western Countries (like USA, Germany, Australia…) and more developed Asian countries like Japan are shipping their toxic plastic garbage to China! YES, you read exactly. Not sure how developed you can call this.