This is an honest and very truthful sharing of what I now call “PhD-hangover” (a terminology bought from a dear friend). I hope to reach many of my fellow PhD colleagues and many others, who go through a phase of transition. Have faith. Trust. You will make it back to your dreams. Many famous authors seem to have experienced their greatest creativity and best flows of writing in times of darkness. The Sorrows of Young Werther by Goethe are only one of many examples. This stor
After I had volunteered to hold a little speech at our yoga graduation, I sat down and thought “Shit, why did I do this?” After all, I am the German girl – just if you wonder where the accent is from. What do I have to say here? But then I noticed why I had wanted to do this: To thank all the amazing people in this room here to have joined this journey of becoming a yoga teacher with me. And wow – it has been a ride. It was so inspiring, exciting, beautiful, and at times over
There is no way back An honest, personal and ironic review of my first weeks in yoga teacher training. The journey has involved up’s and down’s – just like any journey in life. But I wouldn’t want it any other way. Because learning of the body, the mind and the soul has become a precious gift, I would love to hand on to others through yoga. My resume is: There is no way back. Once you have started this journey, yoga washes over you, changes you and carries you along forever.