Archive for the 'Wellness' Category

Hand Drumming with Djembé drum

Wednesday, September 1st, 2010

I love music but I never learned to play a musical instrument until I decided last year in December that I wanted to play the drum. After seeing the movie The Visitor (2007) I felt that it would be fun to play the Djembé drum, just like the widowed professor Walter Vale (Richard Jenkins) expressed […]

Google Calendar

Tuesday, August 31st, 2010

I start to implement Google Calendar on my blog site and on The next scheduled workshops are on 13th and 20th September, 2010. See entries on calendar for more info.

SUM UNIVERSAL workshops and consultation

Thursday, August 26th, 2010

As you already know from my tweets on Twitter, I am further concerned with spreading the knowledge that numbers exert a subtle influence in our daily lives. Slowly I start to offer workshops at physical locations in the Bellevue and Seattle area. Individual consultations are also taken into account if so desired. In the coming […]

Call it interesting or …?

Thursday, January 29th, 2009

My dear Readers: I feel it’s the right moment again to write something noteworthy. Firstly, I wish you all the best for the coming year and the company of good and truthful friends. Secondly, I would like to share with you a recent discovery. And you can call it interesting or ? Like many others […]

Review of the year 2008

Tuesday, December 30th, 2008

– Book Invisible Cloak published with ISBN number and offered at many online bookstores. – Book also offered as digital book version in the Kindle Store on – Book translated into German Unsichtbarer Mantel – Erkenne dich selbst! Das gewebte Gedankendesign and offered as digital book version in the Kindle Store on – […]

Oprah’s online class

Tuesday, March 25th, 2008

A couple weeks ago I decided to participate in Eckhart Tolle’s and Oprah’s New Earth classes, which are delivered through webcast streaming over the Internet. The classes start every Monday night for 10 weeks starting March 3 at 9/8c. Oprah and other people ask Eckhart questions that deal with his most recent book A New […]

A creative way to quit smoking

Saturday, September 1st, 2007

Yesterday, I read an article about the damaging effects that the carcinogens in cigarettes have on women, and the stories of four women who quit the habit and became nonsmokers. Today, I read in my hometown’s newspaper that a smoking ban is enacted, covering all public transportations and government agencies in Germany. Even in Germany, […]

Fatoumata’s annual progress report

Thursday, August 30th, 2007

Recently, I received a letter from a World Vision worker, which included the 2007 annual progress report for Fatoumata, a picture of her, and a drawing made by Fatoumata. Due to privacy concerns, I’ll not display a picture of Fatoumata on the web site. But I can show you how the report looks like. As […]

Injuries after preventive medical checkup – Part X

Monday, July 23rd, 2007

After having visited different physicians including a gastroenterologist on May 9, 2005 and having different lab tests done, I received from an investigation company, ordered by my insurance company, a letter inquiring whether someone else is responsible for paying the medical bills. I wish I could have told them that someone else is responsible. But […]

Communicating while sponsoring

Sunday, July 22nd, 2007

World Vision makes it very easy to communicate with your sponsored child. If your child cannot write yet or a language barrier exists, a World Vision worker will write you in the name of the sponsored child. The child I’m sponsoring is fife years old and speaks French. Though I learned French in school, my […]