Tag Archives: 3 Principles

Die 3 Prinzipien in Deutsch

Heute hat mich jemand gefragt of ich die 3 Prinzipien auf Deutsch erklären könnte. Das ist gar nicht so einfach, zumal ich schon seit 33 Jahren im Ausland lebe und mein Deutsch ziemlich brüchig geworden ist – wie ein alter Landungssteg am See! Viele Ausdrücke kenne ich gar nicht auf Deutsch. Ich hoffe, meine Umschreibungen

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How can I stop negative Feelings?

I am running about 15 courses each year, basically addressing how we think, feel, and behave often in ways that don’t serve us – instead getting us into some form of trouble. And each time we unpack how negative feelings, feeling bad, stressed, or depressed actually harm not only our physical body but our relationships, our

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Interview: Relationships and the 3 Principles

When you feel passionate about something you probably like to talk about it. Well, I certainly do. So it was a great day for me when Donna K. Fitch, author of ‘Second Death’ interviewed me about writing the book ‘Delicious Love Forever’, what made me write about relationships and combine my understanding of the 3 Principles

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3 Main Areas of Stress and How to Deal With Them

Today I am visiting my friend Jan Moore’s blog on my virtual book tour and talk about the problem of STRESS. Jan’s passion is an interesting one: How women from the baby boom period can still be productive yet work in a job that is ‘right’ for us. Working on our own terms! It’s worth

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A Beautiful Mind

Ah, I loved that movie. What a moment when it becomes clear that the oddness and social awkwardness is not all there is, but that his mind is perceiving things that are not shared by others. What we forget is that this is true for all of us. The beauty of the movie is to

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Our Thoughts Create Our World

As part of my ‘virtual book tour’ where I introduce my new book Delicious Love Forever: Recipes for Lasting, Loving Relationships, I have written about how thoughts create our world for my friend Linda’s blog. That our thoughts create our world – like our concept of time for example – is of course not something

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Resonance sets the tone in your relationships

The interesting part of a virtual book tour is that the reader is presented with a wide range of topics and ideas, sometimes viewed from a different angle than they are used to from. To learn something new we need to be able to view a situation from all sorts of different angles. Today I

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