We live in an endless ocean of opportunities

If there are many opportunities, it means there is freedom of choice. On the other hand, it also creates uncertainty and dissatisfaction. The more opportunities are given, the greater are the chances for dissatisfaction, because one can always fulfil only one, the others remain unfulfilled. Thus, quickly the question arises, what would have been, if another opportunity had been chosen. This risk of dissatisfaction is one aspect of the abundance of opportunities. - Other, more positive aspects are: you may carry out corrections, you have all freedoms, you may find your ecological niche etc.
So it is very important to keep your ability to develop, always looking for your own, individual way and to live your life. But how can you be sure of what you really want, without being influenced, without being conditioned? How can you know what really is best for you? You are not here to live other peoples’ dream. You are here to live your dream.

Who we are as human beings goes far beyond the physical body. To truly understand who we are, especially in regard to health and illness, requires that we expand our perspective to include all levels of existence.

We all seek ways to transform the obstacles that occur in our lives. In our time-controlled world, we search for answers that will quickly alleviate our pain, in our specialized society, trusting in experts to heal us.
While this may be what is needed in some cases, this approach often results only in symptom management because it fails to take into account that who we are includes the body, the mind, the soul, the society, the environment, nature and the universal laws in which we live.
With the knowledge that complex systems lead to multicausal processes and that the root causes of our problems can occur on many different levels, healing becomes a journey the client takes with the practitioner/therapist, one in which the goal becomes the exploration of the self rather than the fixing of the symptom. Already the decision which expert to visit, which therapeutic way to take, is an expression of self-awareness. In this process, investigation of each level of being becomes not only theoretical, but practical and personal, and sooner or later inescapable.
Why symptoms are occurring, where symptoms are manifesting, and what symptoms are expressing for each person becomes evident as each level and its relations within the entire holistic system is examined in depth.

As the expression of illness is addressed at the root causes‘ levels, alleviation of symptomatology often occurs. In this process the practitioner/therapist may guide the way, but it is the client who walks the way, who connects deeply within themselves, finding their own answers and therefore their own individual healing, until all symptoms become obsolete. In fact, that is why we can speak of healing and not just of recovery.

Symptoms are not regarded as problems that need to be fixed, but rather as information that is unconscious and therefore currently unavailable to the client. This is not only true for so-called psychological or psychogenic illness, but for all body-related illness, even infectious diseases, cancer, degenerative diseases … all illness, addiction, and obstacles that may occur.
Learning to navigate through and respond to all aspects of one’s individual existence, gives one the opportunity to not only access but also feel, express and process this information, ultimately resulting in a transforming process. In this way, illness becomes the doorway through which a journey of self-awareness and healing can occur.
Medical therapy, drug therapy and manual therapy complement, facilitate, enable this process, taking effect on informative, regulative and regenerative levels, in a naturopathic sense, using the self-healing powers, without fighting against or forcing anything.

In fact healing is remembering the inner harmony,in order to live as we have been designed by the creation.

The memory and vision of a really high developed civilization

When will we finally give up the delusion of having to fight for and against everything and wanting to be better, faster, stronger, more beautiful, richer, more right than others?
Just be yourself, accept yourself as you are, and accept others as they are. Don't fight against life, life is not a fight, it's an opportunity. Don't fight the illness, because it is a message, listen to it, and you will overcome it. Never fight against other people, God has made people colourful like a meadow of flowers, and it is not for you to destroy it. Rather, use your talents to make this meadow multifaceted and beautiful, to make it flourish and blossom for the glory of the Lord. Do not fight against death, for when the time comes, it is your friend who opens a door for you.
An anthropologist proposed a game to the kids in a traditional African community. He put a basket full of fruit near a tree and told them that whoever got there first won the sweet fruits. When he gave them the signal to run, they all took each other’s hands and ran together. Then they sat in a circle enjoying their treats. When he asked them why they chose to run in a group when they could have had more fruit individually, one child spoke up and said: “Ubuntu, how can one of us be happy if all the other ones are sad?"
(Ubuntu in southern East-African cultures means: "humanity", "charity", "public spirit" and is being described as "I am because we are.")