Nature retreats & seminars in silence
Transformation instead of a patch
Our retreats in the green have a positive effect on different levels. The combination of nature, meditation, the open-hearted togetherness and the somatic inner work, which is always part of our retreats, forms the basis for real transformation and healing.
And that is the star under which all of my work stands: transformation instead of laying the patch on. Transformation must build on this three pillars: Somatic, relational, spiritual . That's English, and unfortunately it's not that easy to express it briefly and crisply in German. Somatic means working with body sensations rather than just looking at a problem cognitively. Relational means in relationship, in togetherness with others. Spiritual stands for the connection to the big picture, to God, to the universe, for meditation and the Reconnection to our essence.
And, there is another very important point: The Japanese forest researcher Qing Li has discovered: "Anyone who spends a day in the forest has more natural killer cells in their blood for seven days." - Well, if that's not a reason!
( Here is the academic text about the research work of the forest researcher Qing Li)
Why with Nature my Goddess?
This is a very personal decision, and that is why I cordially invite you to a half-day or day-long event before you confide in me for a longer period of time. Or to a free one Skype conversation, click on this Link . But here are a few key facts about me, who might help you decide.
20 years of wilderness experience (except for one trek in the Himalayas, all single-handedly)
16 Years of meditation experience and practice in mindfulness & self-exploration
University degree in psychological counseling
Individual work with people in the context of humanistic psychology since 2004
Since 2011 leading mindfulness-based & therapeutic courses
I look forward to getting to know you at one of the events or on Skype.
Disclaimer: Our events are about meditation and self-exploration, i.e. personal growth, and of course also about the connection to and the respectful encounter with nature. The events are not wilderness training.