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Ursel Barnes on the wisdom of Qi Gong

Numerous studies have now proven the positive effects of Qi Gong on theImmune system, stress management, mobility, fatigue, quality of life and concentration. Ursel Barnes, Qi Gong Master Student of Grandmaster Li about the wisdom of Qi Gong “Qi Gong is a millennia-old wisdom that existed before Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) or also the Tai

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Dissolving physical and mental blockages with the Grinberg Method

Strengthening ourselves psychologically also means facing our emotions, recognizing where they are stored in the body, what patterns we have learned with what physical and psychological effects, and above all, which of them are contrary to our need for clarity, relaxation, and and liveliness. One way to achieve this is through the Grinberg Method, a

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Breathing exercise

I am Caro. Some friends call me “Lionsita”. Probably because my lion’s mane fits so well with my star sign. I rise above myself in stressful situations and show strength, but in “normal life” I am more relaxed, like a lioness.

I had a very wise grandmother who loved to pass on her wisdom in the form of sayings. Her “No matter what happens to you – you just have to know how to help yourself” became a guideline for me and is still my favourite saying of hers. 

I have a lot. A great husband, three wonderful sons, an amazing mother, a big family, great friends and I have metastatic breast cancer.

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Mantras are “sounding bodies” of a spiritual power that are meant to manifest in this world through repetitive repetition for at least 5 minutes. You can whisper them, speak them, chant them or repeat them in your mind. After that, you should remain in absolute silence and stillness for some time.

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The victim role and why we want to let it go!

Edith Eiger is a renowned psychologist, world-renowned speaker and author. Above all, however, she is a fascinating example of how one can positively shape one’s life in a self-determined way despite the most terrible traumatic experiences. Her story is that of a 16-year-old girl who had to dance for one of the cruelest Nazis in Auschwitz, saw her mother go into the gas chamber, and was rescued half-dead from a pile of corpses by the Allies at the end of the war. Today she helps people around the globe deal with their traumas.

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Get up – wipe off – fix the crown – move on

Lucy Hones is an Australian scientist, psychologist, resilience expert and best-selling author. She is the director of the New Zealand Institute of Resilience and Wellbeing and a senior researcher at the University of Canterbury.

When her 12-year-old daughter was killed in a tragic car accident in 2014, she was catapulted from the position of resilience expert to that of a grieving mother in an instant. She needed hope. Since she wanted to actively shape her grieving process, she decided to put her theoretical knowledge into practice from then on.

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