Ideas Views Progress
Do you know another planet where you could live!
A Seeker with no destination. However, destiny keeps throwing cards to me and thus shows the way.
One of my deepest convictions is that we humans must strive for a deep understanding of each other and be much more supportive. So that there’s no need for war. Well, I know it sounds quite utopian. Anyway, I think it’s a logical development that’s happening. There has been a tendency in this direction for a while. It is important to understand that this world is common home for all of us and that we are dependent on each other. It is time to refresh our mentalities, and to adapt ourselves to changes and new facts. So that as citizens of Earth we can live and act in this complex environment and the diversity arising from the context.
With experience into the presence, where hope wakes up.
I perceive the World just like you do. Yet, our minds will show us something different.
This is a note for you and for me: A heart is as fragile as the flowers that grow in it. Let’s be aware of this. Let’s tell each other when the flowers start to wilt. Every heart and the flowers in it are made of the same stuff. It’s only us who keep forgetting this simple truth of life.
This blog is written by a non-native speaker. Linguistically accident-prone!
I live in a suburb of a rather small but well-known city in Switzerland. My life story is 40 years old by now. I’m interested in quite a few topics but tend to get easily distracted. I do like to associate things. Thus, I don’t manage to cover one matter in-depth. I guess that’s just the way I’m. Currently, I’m trying to figure out what living authentically means to me. I hope this helps me to get an enhanced feel for my being. It’s about getting to know myself better, becoming aware of things that I like to avoid out or are suppressed in subconsciousness. I’d like to understand more. Yes, I’m seeking indeed!
This blog gives me a chance to express myself – and to create a scope for hope, understanding & reflection.
During my early twenties, a sort of massive turmoil took place in my psyche. It was the onset of a psychotic period that has been followed by several other episodes. In the course of time, it began to mix with a Bipolar Disorder. Ultimately my condition did match the criteria for the diagnosis of a Schizoaffective Disorder. I’ve accepted what has happened. In a way I think of it as a valuable life experience in spite of the rough times I went through and the fact that my life story was close to ending far too early. More than five years have passed since the last hospitalization. I can’t possibly know if it was for the last time. It doesn’t matter so much, yet I hope to move on. Psychoses remain to me a part of the deeper mystery of the human mind. I think there’s much more to it than mere illness. However, we live in a time in which such conditions are largely seen as just that by many people. I reckon, in order to change that, a huge shift would be needed in how we deal with the poles of health and illness and the whole spectrum in between. I think that the way I’m pondering about psychoses matters and helps me to grow as a person.
Life is a journey into the unknown.