Being human means living

Being human means living

But life consists of reciprocity and change. Being human connects all of us. Intuition is a dialogue with our soul. The soul searches for knowledge and spiritual experience.
We go through processes of knowledge, disappointment, fear, motivation, illness. It is often painful experiences that trigger deep knowledge processes. The painful experiences in particular can lead us to deep spiritual insights. Painful experiences can give us the impetus for more flexibility to question and change our current position. We would probably never have this experience if everything went the same way. So you are often forced to act.
Often people wonder why me? Why do I have to suffer so much?
You can only give yourself the answer. A balanced person will have less painful experiences than a person who always sees something negative in his imagination, even in the small things. When I ask people who are healthy, or those who have grown old, I always hear the same thing: You would have tried to live a contented life, trusted yourself and, in addition, you would have always made sure to get along well with everyone. Envy and hatred would be foreign to them, and jealousy would never have plagued them. And I always get something else to answer – the doctors may forgive me if I write it so straight – they would always have avoided all doctors. All these people instinctively have one thing in common: they trust in self-healing or are believers in the sense that they trust in their own strength, that is, for me, they trust in the divine.