To experience the beauty and power of nature fulfils me with great joy and gratitude: a mountain hike in autumn, a summer walk in a cool forest, a refreshing swim in the lake or simply sitting on a bench listening to the wind and daydreaming. I experience the power of silence most intensively in nature.
Cultivate mind and body with Falun Gong (spiritual discipline), practice Kung Fu , design and maintain the garden, exchange myself with friends and read uplifting books. This all is an additional source of joy and brings new insights.
I am sure that by reading our articles you will be able to empathize this pleasurable joy and that it will inspire you to experience and allow more of the surrounding nature as well as your own.
Nowadays it is more important than ever for me to deal with one’s own values. The rapid development of technology, for example, is accompanied by negative phenomena: In everyday life, we are bombarded almost continuously with information and it makes life more artificial, in other words less natural.
“Natura Santa – Back to Nature” means for me to take a step back and to look at things from some distance. However, this is not limited to the outside world – the circumstances – but is more about my own inner world and how I deal with these circumstances. It is the process to get closer to oneself and one’s true nature and to be authentic. It is a very multifaceted and exciting way, because it is not reduced to the visible things of our material world. One inevitably touches one’s inner feelings, beliefs and patterns and comes ever closer to one’s true self.
On the way to more naturalness and originality, attentiveness and gratitude towards life, my fellow human beings and nature intensifies. This fills me with peace and tranquillity.
Though the communist regimes of Eastern Europe have disintegrated, the evil specter of communism hasn’t disappeared. On the contrary, this evil specter is already ruling our world, and humanity must not harbor a mistaken sense of optimism.
Communism is neither a trend of thought, nor a doctrine, nor a failed attempt at a new way of ordering human affairs. Instead, it should be understood as a devil — an evil specter forged by hate, degeneracy, and other elemental forces in the universe. In another dimension, not visible to us, it took the form of a serpent, then that of a red dragon, and it keeps company with Satan, who hates God. It exploits low-level beings and demons to wreak havoc on humankind. The goal of the specter is to ruin humanity. While the divine offers salvation, communism tells people not to believe in the divine, attacks human morality so as to make people abandon tradition, and causes people to disregard God’s instruction and, ultimately, be destroyed.