Truly beautiful, how everything is somehow connected. Isn’t it exciting and wonderful, when we can recognize how experiences and interactions have finally lead to something, we couldn’t imagine before?
The whole journey of my book started when I did the Creativity Coaching training with Eric Maisel in spring 2013. At that point I decided that I want to write a book that supports people with their creative process. At that moment the intention was laid, but it was not the right timing to start the writing process.
As I was searching for new inspirations, I wanted to attend “The Art Of Attention“ training by Elena Brower and Erica Jago, but then it I felt a bigger force was holding me back.
So I was guided like magic: I started to work with “The Four Desires” by Rod Stryker. He proposes a drawing exercise that should give you information about the next year(s) of your soul’s journey and dharma.
I made a drawing that showed me in front of my laptop and typing.
At that point I had no idea what that meant, but I trusted a higher force.
In autumn 2013 Susanna Harwood Rubin offered her Online Writing Your Practice Course, which made me connect more and more to my writing skills.
A training with Katchie Ananda about dharma put me back on the track and I connected the yoga philosophy with the intention to write a book to support people with their creative process. Several months of reorganizing texts and chapters, seemingly never-ending refining processes finally guided me to type the book into a form of poetry.
Luckily, I still found enough quality time for friends.
As I trust that a form of ease and trust stays within our lives with the yoga practice, I finally found that “Book On Demand“ would be the best version to start with to spread the bookbaby in February 2015.
So here it is: Heartbeat A Yoga Symphony Mixtape (paperback&kindle) I hope that it helps you to stay connected to your own HEARTBEAT rhythm and creative life process.
May we stay patient, non-violent and true to ourselves and others and create surroundings, where each one of us can share our unique gifts and unfold our potential.
I trust that yoga is not revealing the “easy“ path, but will always take care of that we walk our journey with ease and an open heart.