The Return of the Mothers – original version

Prologue – The aliens November 2018 Pretty much exactly 2 years ago I did an ayahuasca ceremony in Peru which changed my view on reality forever. A dear friend and writer helped me edit the article I wrote. ‘If you don’t want to be considered mad, leave out the aliens’, … Read more

Delen:

No, I’m not a donor!

A post on Facebook the other day showed a picture of a beautiful brunette with a stunning smile. The text said: ‘She waited for a donor heart for 4 years. Now she’s dead. Are you a donor yet?’ Wow. I felt instantly guilty, as if I were responsible for her death, … Read more

Delen:

The Downward Path – How low can you go?

What if we got it all wrong? What if the spiritual path is not upward, but downward? What if the ultimate goal is not to finally open Sahasrara, but to finally open Muladhara, once you’ve mastered the 6 stages before? What if the first stage of our spiritual development is … Read more

Delen:

Ayahuasca – the Return of the Mothers

  She looked like a female version of Yoda, old and wrinkled. She sat cross legged on a blanket, her back upright and fierce. In her ancient face I saw both the grief of generations and the playfulness of a little girl. She was absently eating sunflower seeds, spitting out … Read more

Delen:

Ayahuasca – when the veil between life and death is lifted

Illustration: Susan Seddon Boulet My two grandmothers were very different. One was fat and cheerful, the other one thin and strict. I always wondered whom I would resemble most when I reached old age. When I was 16 my mother came to watch a theater show in which I played … Read more

Delen:

The war of the sexes is over!

  Women’s night at the pub. Bosom friends. Each of them beautiful, confident women with a job and family. ‘Christian cheated on me’, announces Jennifer when the first round of mojitos has arrived. It’s as if she’s thrown a bloody piece of meat amidst a group of hungry lions. They … Read more

Delen:

When a man loves a woman

  Whenever you have the chance to talk to a teenager I’d say: go for it. Teenagers are brilliant. They are open, honest and sharp. They don’t take any bullshit, they are only interested in the truth. As soon as you give them anything else they will lose interest and … Read more

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