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Don't dwell on the past, don't dream about the future.

Focus on the present.


I started the mindful path years ago as a psychological (Gestalt) consultant, hypnosis coach, regression leader, relaxation trainer, meditation teacher and mediator and am increasingly deepening my work and practice as a mindfulness teacher with my teachers Jack Kornfield and Tara Brach.

In the strong international community of these two exceptional teachers, I completed the 2-year MMTCP (Mindfulness Meditation Teacher Training Certification Program) and was able to delve deeply into mindfulness practice, Buddhist psychology and meditation and expand my expertise to include mindfulness practice.

I would like to encourage you and enable you with my (audio) courses, meditations and workshops to take the mindful path and carry it forward - for the benefit of our community!

Mindfulness is a perception that is completely non-judgmental

So many people talk about how they would like to be more calm and live more mindfully. But very few people know how to take the first step. 

This is exactly where I want to build a bridge with this podcast, my talks, instructions and tips, because the demand for mindfulness is great.

But why is that? What do we actually expect from more mindfulness? 

Sometimes it can seem that we are seeking more mindfulness while our society is becoming more and more careless.

Perhaps it is precisely this lack in our present that awakens the desire for more mindfulness and makes us search for it. 

But there is certainly more to what drives people in their search for mindfulness. On the one hand, there is the widespread feeling of being overwhelmed and the longing for peace - even in one's own head and heart.

What exactly is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is a form of attention and perception. 

This can be attention to one's own body, one's own consciousness, one's own state of mind. But it can also be the perception of the moment that is happening right now. In the here and now.

Mindfulness is a perception that occurs completely without judgment.


And that is the great art, so to speak. Because even if you are at the limit of your strength or just annoyed by everything, you can accept this moment as it is. Without evaluating you or the situation negatively. Perceiving and accepting such moments is an important first step towards more mindfulness. Because it sharpens your awareness of things as they are.

At the same time, you can also train your perception, both in stressful situations and in relaxation phases. 

Because mindfulness is actually primarily about feeling the moment and letting it work on you.

This pause alone is a start on the path to serenity, because it allows you to stop the flow of your thoughts and simply exist in the here and now.

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