I am a spiritual master in the tradition of the fire – the fire that stands for the heart and for unconditional love in religions and cultures all over the world.
My task simply is: to be and to love.
Loving presence is able to generate profound transformation and healing powers. It reminds the soul of the original home – unity.
Following the voice of the heart I serve the world, accompanying my fellow humans on their way to the true self.
Guided by the light of universal divine wisdom, I achieve my service with humility and complete devotion to unconditional love.
In gratitude I bow to my teachers.
As there have been many artists in my family, art has been very common to me. That’s why at first it seemed much more exciting to head towards a different profession and become, for instance, a doctor, a psychologist or a diplomate. However, it was art that promised to give the kind of freedom and the richness of expression that I didn’t want to live without. Art connects spirit and matter in a miraculous way – head, heart and hands join to create something new that addresses all the senses.
Signs and symbols interested me in particular. Imagery charged with significance made me sense inherent energies and feel closer to the „force that binds the world and guides its course“ (Goethe, Faust). In ancient cultures as well as the contemporary visual world or in dreams, I found inspiration to combine old and new elements and revise them in an art work.
During my studies in London and New York I discovered book shops with spiritual literature. Many different subjects caught my attention and aroused an appetite that could not be satisfied by books alone. When I „happened“ to meet an experienced soul guide, the opportunity opened up to find out more about my origins and mission. By means of past-life-work I was given the chance to explore earlier incarnations. In the beginning I was driven by curiosity and the interest to find new ideas for my art. Eventually, the experiences I had in these sessions were so intense and moving that it caused a profound transformation of my attitude towards life and the world.
Looking at worldly appearances from a non-dual view point as it can be attained in meditation gave me deep insights. In my soul I found traces of many religions; the ancient Vedas, Yoga, Sufism, Taoism, Buddhism, Christian Mysticism – all seemed somehow familiar to me. It was the immediate relation to the Divine that struck me as the link between the different approaches – the Divine that is present and accessible anytime and everywhere if we open our heart for it. Being a sceptical character it took time and a crisis before I was able to accept my true self and admit the richness in life that is always around.
All my life I was lucky to meet wonderful men and women who gave me valuable advice on my path and helped me reveal the answers to my questions. I feel blessed having found the masters who taught me and challenged me. Their boundless love, infinite patience and trust set an example I feel obliged to. I cherish in particular that they would always refer me to my own experience – never to a dogma or a system of rules.
I realized that everything necessary to fulfill our mission within creation originates from the living fire of the heart. I also realized that beings may choose different paths in order to manifest their individual contribution. And I realized that we are born with a natural right to live joy – joy that guides us on our path from separation back to unity. It is particularly joyful to witness fellow humans awake to themselves. If I may give support, it is as if I assist to the creation of an art work.