Hey! I am in the process of sharing something daily on the things I have learned on my spiritual journey so far. It’s hard to know where to start. I have changed so much over the last few years. The biggest change is going from lost and unhappy to having a clear purpose and waking up happy pretty much every day. Waking up happy is the best. Maybe joyful is a better word. I am simply full of joy most of the time. I don’t really need anything to make me joyful or happy, I just am. The secret is
Hey! Over the next days I am going to be sharing some of the benefits of my inner journey over the last few years.I’m going to start with the most important change in my life:I love myself. Unapologetically and completely. I don’t think I’m perfect, far from it, but that is not required. I just am, doing the best I can, and that is enough. The strange thing about true self-love is that it makes you more egoless than ego centric. When you’ve got your obsession with yourself out of the way it becomes so much easier to serve. A
I just started learning Sat Nam Rasayan. It is the healing path of Kundalini Yoga (Yogi Bhajan style). I feel like I have come home. This is what I have been looking for since I read my first book on yoga and mysticism as a teenager. So I have been searching  and experimenting for more than 20 years. I have tested out a lot of gurus and ways of meditating but nothing felt just right. Some places felt cult-like, others just plain unauthentic. Some Gurus felt like they really had something but I did not see any gain in following
I was working on a Northern Lights tour last friday evening. It’s a part time job I have, taking people out of town looking for the northern lights. Not too bad for a part time job. So far we usually see them. Sometimes it´s a great show, sometimes not, but most nights we at least see some lights. Anyway, so I was working and as I was outside in the cold helping the people to look in the right direction (north, not south) I realised that I was getting sick. I had heard all about how bad the flu is
Pale Blue Dot
It is very humbling to see our beloved planet Earth from outer space. In this image taken from Voyager I on February 14, 1990 from a distance of more than 6 billion kilometers or 4 billion miles we see our planet as a tiny dot. A tiny pale blue dot caught in an orange ray of light, resulting from taking the image so close to the sun. This text here below by the wonderful Carl Sagan was inspired by this image and has inspired me so much that I named my album after it. ( You can listen to it