Lessons from the Olympic Games

This February had so many highlights that I was reflecting on which subject I could best muse upon, and make you a little list of life hacks and wisdom tools. The classic would be using Valentine’s Day to chat about love and relationships. I would not be who I am if I went with what … Continue reading Lessons from the Olympic Games

The Rushing Woman Syndrome

How are you doing in 2018? It seems like forever since we have been in touch. I trust that this finds you doing well, and had a great start to the New Year – and if not… things can only get better, right? There is absolutely no way that we are going to talk about … Continue reading The Rushing Woman Syndrome


What a year it was! I don’t know how you feel about it, but I sure am exhausted by everything that has happened – it’s a happy exhaustion, nonetheless. So, let’s just see how 2018 will be… In this last edition for 2017, I thought that we needed to discuss the concept of Mudita – … Continue reading Mudita

Mental Health

End of November, the Luxembourg government, in collaboration with the World Health Organization, launched a campaign called “Dépressioun: Komm mir schwätzen driwwer” – which addresses… yep: Mental Health How much consideration do you give your mental health? Did you ever before consider taking care of your psyche as well as your body? Mental health is … Continue reading Mental Health

Me too: I am a Woman

While it is still a bit early for me to put up my decorations for the holidays, I am already thinking about 2018, and projecting some ideas into the future. However, before I lean out, I want to look back to the Kundalini Yoga teacher training, level 2 module, about Authentic Relationships. In fact, there … Continue reading Me too: I am a Woman


I cannot believe that this is already the October Newsletter-Blog, can you? By the way, this month you will have to hang on tight, because I will only publish this one. I am starting my level 2 Kundalini Yoga teacher training, and the dates just happen to coincide with any second edition I had in … Continue reading Gratitude


Which subjects do generally, would you say, acquire people’s attention? Me, I am guessing that it is sex and money. Is that right? So, now that I have your undivided attention 😉 no don’t worry, I haven’t gone into becoming the next Carrie Bradshaw… although it has a certain appeal. I am going to lean … Continue reading Money


I hope that this finds you doing superbly well! Whoop, whoop here it is! The first Newsletter-Blog for this month of September. Can you believe how fast the time has gone? Julian Barbour argues that time does not exist as anything other than an illusion. Although the laws of physics create a powerful impression that … Continue reading Regrets


How are things going for you? Yes, it has been a while since we last interacted – albeit just virtually – so I have been wondering what you have been up to over summer. Last week one big subject returned to my head, and – although we have talked about it before, generally I feel … Continue reading Guilt

Vibrate the Cosmos. The Cosmos shall clear the path.

Lessons from my first Kundalini Yoga Festival experience I heard much about the European Yoga Festival during my teacher training. The common consensus was “extraordinary”, “fabulous”, “incredible”, and “awesome”, to name just a few superlatives that were regularly stated with my colleague’s accounts. The participation at the White Tantra group meditation is in fact a … Continue reading Vibrate the Cosmos. The Cosmos shall clear the path.