What Icelandic horses told me

It has been 8 months now since I have launched my blog. And a bit more than 1 year since I hit the wall when my “Summer of 2019 Love” left me.Β  Where did she go, my summer love? Sadly, this time, it’s not a song from Bryan Adams or Regi… Instead, it was aContinue reading “What Icelandic horses told me”

Met een oerwond doorheen het oerwoud

Wat een leuke en leerrijke ervaring ! Wat heeft me dat weer energie gegeven ! Een mooie bevestiging van het pijnlijke maar veelbelovende traject dat ik al afgelegd heb. En vooral een aanmoediging om mijn pad verder te volgen. Zeker nu ik besef dat ik er ook anderen mee kan helpen πŸ™‚ Tijdens de adoptieweekContinue reading “Met een oerwond doorheen het oerwoud”

Goodbye to the world I used to know

Today, I said goodbye to one of my best friends…Maybe it’s only temporary until we meet again,but it felt like a painful separation, as it suddenly slipped out of my hands. Don’t be too concerned. I’m talking about my beloved car πŸ˜‰It’s sadly a matter of exaggerated materialism,although it does feel like I lost theContinue reading “Goodbye to the world I used to know”

Love Yourself

We tend to hold on to our past.Hoping that it would ever last.Because the past, that is what defines you, right?And our future is uncertain, sometimes black, sometimes bright. Painful moments when you look back,when your memories and past seem to fall between the cracks.It all starts to fade away.Too late, I wish I couldContinue reading “Love Yourself”

The Adopted Man

In my previous blog post, I described my insights from the book “De Fontein” (The Fountain) from Els Van Steijn.Β  I was amazed to read about the power of downward spiraling energy and influence through family lineage. Even more, I was struck by learning what might happen when you no longer find yourself in theContinue reading “The Adopted Man”

Twilight Zone

It has been some months since she left. Leaving me behind in a state of despair and confusion.I didn’t want to belief, didn’t want to accept. Love suddenly became to me a total illusion. Right after, I found myself hopelessly in a kind of mental state, most people would call it a depression. Reading, awakening,Continue reading “Twilight Zone”

In search of completeness

“What does being happy really feels like?” I wondered today. I’m sitting in my lounge seats overlooking my swimming pool on a day-off when the sun is boosting temperatures till over 30Β°. My cute boxer pup is laying next to me after having made me laugh with her playful moves. This should be a joyfulContinue reading “In search of completeness”

Coming Home To Self

As promised earlier, I would dedicate a post to insights from Nancy Verrier’s second book “Coming Home To Self”. Time is right to share my insights from this book but also to complete them with personal experiences from the past months. The book “Coming Home To Self” is the successor of the “Primal Wound”. TheContinue reading “Coming Home To Self”

Article in Joy For Kids edition April 2020

Sharing with you an article I wrote for Joy For Kids magazine (formerly knows as Vreugdezaaiers – the association that supported my adoption process). Sneak preview for the audience of this magazine as I got hold of the digital version while Bpost is still distributing the magazines πŸ™‚ I wrote the article before my “AhaContinue reading “Article in Joy For Kids edition April 2020”