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The Girl Who Wanted to Be a Chameleon
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“What colour are you?” Asked Cami when they were both outside lying on the grass watching the sky. The sun was shining, filling their eyes with light. “I don’t know, Cami. I don’t know what colour I am, it is so … Read More

How Many Plasters Do You Need?
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We prefer to put a hundred plasters on blisters before we change shoes. — Everyone knows that you shouldn’t walk too much with new shoes. I know that. But I thought these new boots were quite comfortable, so I exposed them to some kilometres … Read More

The One Question
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Each step promised to bring me closer. Closer to the cave. I was walking up the long and steep path, not losing the sight of the stone cave with a dimm light in the entrance. I knew it was fire … Read More

Transforming Oxygen into Carbon Dioxide
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  Today was one of those days I thought it was a good time to write, because I had some spare time before I would engage into other activities. Similar like entering a meeting into an agenda, I decided now is the … Read More

Step Back to Move Forward
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In order for a planet to complete a whole orbit around the Sun, the planet does not always move forward. Several times during the cycle, the planet retrogrades, that is, it moves backwards. Mercury, for example, enters retrograde motion between three and … Read More

Personal vs Social Ambitions
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  As a faithful Capricorn I’ve always been somehow climbing. Getting further and higher, day in day out, in many aspects of my life. It’s always been quite natural to me, so I can’t even say I do with a … Read More

All Pieces Falling Together: Your Life is a Tetris
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Different shapes in different colours falling down. You need to be quick, turn them… move them… make them all fall into place! Sometimes you make a shape merge perfectly with the others, sometimes one stands out and messes up the … Read More

Seeing Yourself in a Mirror Labyrinth
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  The responsible and organised self at work. The lazy self on Sundays. The behaving self with grandma. The funny and warm self with best friends. The stressed and annoyed self in traffic. The cautious and observing self with strangers. The sexy mysterious self when flirting. You … Read More

Control vs Faith
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  Control Having control is like having a box with measuring instruments. A ruler, a clock, a thermometer… Everything that enables us to measure something. Whenever we use the instrument, we can check if something is off standard. Think of a … Read More

Change is the Only Constant
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  It’s been some time since I had my fingers on the keyboard, giving my abstract thoughts a concrete form here on the blog. I’ve recently received a beautiful feedback from one of my readers. It reminded me that when … Read More

Are You Being Patient or Procrastinating?
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  Doing your own thing takes what it takes. Commitment, effort, time, discipline, love, and so much more. There comes the time you feel stuck on a plateau. Things are not moving so fast anymore. Perhaps you should give it … Read More

What My Birth Chart Helped Me Realize
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  When things won’t go the way you think  Recently my mind was all over the place. Actually, it has been all over the place for a long time already. I would jump from one thought to another quickly, even … Read More

Biggest Weakness Turning into Biggest Strength
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I’ve found it to be an obstacle in many situations of my life. I get exhausted when meeting too many people, walking in a busy street and taking public transport. Watching action movies and popping balloons at a birthday party can … Read More

The Problem of A+ Students
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The other day I’ve been having a coffee with one of my best friends. We are both into personal development and getting our own thing (coaching/therapy) running. I wasn’t in the best spirits recently and welcomed any advice. To put you … Read More

Job: What You Like or What You’re Good At?
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When I had to choose what to study I was nineteen and had no idea. I didn’t know myself good enough, so I had no clue what direction my future career should take. How ironic that we live with ourselves the whole life … Read More

Insecurity Has Many Masks
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  I’ve always seen myself as an insecure person. I was a rather shy child, often taking things too seriously. I would put a lot of expectations on myself and when I couldn’t fulfil them, my self-confidence shrank like a … Read More

Inner Judge
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Writing is my hobby. I like it. But sometimes it’s easy to forget that writers are artists, in a way. And artistic work is something that is triggered by inspiration, and it has to flow in a natural way. You … Read More

I Don’t Know What to Do In Life
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Especially young people are often asking themselves: What should I do in life? What is my perfect job, what is my mission here?  And all too often, we don’t have the answer.  It’s ironic that in our western civilisation with so … Read More

Step Back to Move Forward

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In order for a planet to complete a whole orbit around the Sun, the planet does not always move forward. Several times during the cycle, the planet retrogrades, that is, it moves backwards. Mercury, for example, enters retrograde motion between three and … Read More

Seeing Yourself in a Mirror Labyrinth

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  The responsible and organised self at work. The lazy self on Sundays. The behaving self with grandma. The funny and warm self with best friends. The stressed and annoyed self in traffic. The cautious and observing self with strangers. The sexy mysterious self when flirting. You … Read More

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