Book Of The Day – Qi Gong, Yves Requena

Today's Book Of The Day is Qi Gong, by Yves Requena. I am reading the German version, in the edition by Goldmann Verlag, dated 1992, after having read the original French version in 1990 (Qi Gong - gymnastique chinoise de santé et longévité). The author of the book is the French Doctor Yves Requena, a…

Nuremberg Holistic Sangha

This is the kind of Talks you may expect in the Nuremberg Holistic Sangha, that I have the honor to coordinate. Our regular meetings will start again in September, with a full online policy. Photo by Pixabay on Pexels.com Everyone is welcome to join our Sangha, which is open to everyone who wants to practice…

Are you stressed?

Stress today is one of the most frequent reasons for employees to call sick days. Also, stress is a (not so silent) killer: it causes directly or indirectly several illnesses such as heart problems, blood pressure issues, digestive issues, skin or hair issues, and sexual dysfunction, just to name some. Photo by Pedro Figueras on…

A Meditation Exercise To Promote Healing

Today I want to share with you a simple to try, yet effective meditation exercise, based on hope, to promote healing. The whole exercise lasts about 10 minutes, and you can do it whenever you feel the need to recenter yourself, or to heal yourself from the negative effects of criticism, fear, rejection, stress, and…

Becoming harder or softer?

You ask, I answer. A recent post on Linkedin made me think about something that happens regularly in my activity, so I wanted to share with you my ideas about the matter. Quite often during my consulting job and coaching sessions (and apparently this same question is asked to other coaches, too), I get asked…