Please know that what I share in my blog is consciously written in a certain way, to support people who are just in the beginning of the spiritual path. As these first steps in the beginning of the spiritual path are often the most difficult and people may feel discouraged, I try to explain some topics in my blog especially for these kinds of situations.
It is important to do this in a way that allows the reader to establish within himself his direct connection to Divine Oneness. For those who are more advanced and experienced with the Christian spiritual teachings, some of my blog posts may not be "new" to them. Thank You for understanding.
Your heart guides you to connect with God and your Divine Self. Some start with prayers, others with meditation, and that is all good. What matters are the intentions in your heart. Spending time in communion with God is what matters. It is in those moments when you spend time alone with God that you receive the Divine Guidance for your path. With time, you'll discover the sacredness of those moments you spend in stillness and Oneness with God. This relationship with God becomes the most important relationship in your life, because it is the true source for everything you need.
When we are looking for healing, the question is: are we really ready to give up those old ideas about victimhood? Are we willing and ready to forgive others, forgive ourselves, so that our hearts may be filled with Divine Peace? Is it our intention to receive a new perspective and to lay our judgements aside? It is a good sign when we feel that we are tired of our ego's self-sabotaging patterns and longing for a new state of being.
People with ADHD and PTSD learn things with a different pace. Especially in the beginning, studying and applying these spiritual teachings is therefore a little bit different. This is why the meetings I offer are individual meetings, so that one can study and move forward in a pace that is truly best adapted to one's needs.
Divine Blessings and Light to You,
Note: the dates in the posts are not the real dates when a text was written. These blog posts are updated on a regular basis, while the dates indicated may be different.
Update January 2024: A new blog website is being created, see here.