Who is Yve and why is she doing all this
My CV is kinda common. I graduated from school and completed an respectable apprenticeship in public
service. But here it ends with the straight line: I have changed jobs very often, moved and travelled a lot. Obvious sign for restlessness and a lack of roots. Not
a surprise that falling in love is quite difficult!? I have been through quite a bit on my way during These 41 years of
life. I have experienced losses and diseases, and am still in a
recovering process. There is so much I haven´t understood yet, but slowly I realize that I have found quite a few things on my way. And I recognise that I have lost trust. To
others and myself. I haven´t listened to my intuition and inner voice. I have totally forgotten who I really am and why I am here.
Through hell and back; then you know that there must be "more" in life.
Our modern world is a difficult place... Endless opportunities but we don´t have the feeling of freedom. So many people feel an inner
restlessness, painful longings and suffer of a crying soul. So many feel lost, helpless and missunderstood.
We don´t listen to our inner voice, we don´t trust our intuition, ancient power and wisdom. We have lost the conncetion with mother nature and community. We loose ourselves in the stressful everyday life. Many People cover those deficiencies more or less successful but plenty of us dwarf inside.
While a lot of travels with my son and times where I had to spend loads of time with myself, I have found some keys; and I am just learning slowly how to use them. I would love to connect with likeminded to share and experience those keys.
These words of Lissa Rankin have moved me a lot:
What is missing in our society is community. Connection. With above and within and each other holding space for the other allowing for a healthy response to grief, despair and adverse life circumstances. Instead we bottle things up, put on a brave face, disconnect from our true feelings and push through until all that has been bottled up is beginning to make us sick. Feel it to heal it. And be held by those who love you.