Journal

My philosophy is based on the Wellbeing Blueprint of 4 Interior Bodies.
In many ancient wisdom traditions and within energy medicine too, reference is made to the various bodies: the physical body, the emotional body, the psychological body, and the spiritual body. Depending on the tradition and literature, we also come across, to a varying degree, descriptions of the energy body. Instead of ‘’bodies’’ we could also speak in terms of the world of emotions, world of thought and the world of the spirit. The physical body perceives the external world through the senses (sensory organs), the emotional body is home to our feelings and emotions, the mental body is where our thoughts and predetermined behavior patterns reside, while our spiritual body connects to our ‘’self’’ and our consciousness.

Bioresonance and many other regulating energetic methods work with the energy body, which holds the information system, the communication between the individual bodies through the other. Health means, therefore, harmony and balance on all these levels.
Our work with BICOM bioresonance acts on the energy body in the physical and emotional areas.

JOURNAL

The Life-Changing habit of Journaling (Why Einstein, Leonardo da Vinci, and many more great minds recommend it)

Ever wondered why history’s great minds including Isaac Newton, Abraham Lincoln, Andy Warhol, Leonardo Da Vinci, Marcus Aurelius, Charles Darwin, Winston Churchill, Benjamin Franklin, Ernest Hemingway, George Bernard Shaw and Maya Angelou would spend so much of their precious time writing things that will never be seen by another soul?

Jim Rohn says, “If you’re serious about becoming a wealthy, powerful, sophisticated, healthy, influential, cultured, and unique individual, keep a journal.”

Many famous creatives, writers, innovators and original thinkers of our generation keep journals— for many, it is a creative necessity, for others, a place for exploration, and for some an art form in and of itself.

But you don’t have to be creative, scientist or an innovator for this practice to be worthwhile.
Journaling helps you prioritize, clarify thinking, and accomplish your most important tasks, over urgent busy work.
Thinking in writing has this magical quality of clarifying your thoughts.