School Of Wishes/ episode #1


May 26, 2020
I wish you to have friends like the one I told you about in my last article in the section INSIGHTS. I know perfectly well that to find such friends is a sort of miracle, but it happens – especially if you begin to look for them. And while we are waiting for this wish to be fulfilled, I’ll tell you about another way of overcoming your traumas.

It is an indirect, circumlocutory method, in which you first overcome the traumas, and then you remember them. All you need to succeed in this method is to develop wishes. Many wishes. More than you have ever had in your whole life. Look for wishes, discover the things you would like to have, to do, to know, to see, and write them down, and reread them every now and then.

If you need suggestions about how to do this, there are plenty of books about it. The one I like most of all is THE ALADDIN FACTOR by Jack Canfield and Mark Victor Hansen (Berkley Books, New York, 1995). Have a look at this wonderful book about asking and about focusing on what to ask for. And I too will give some humble suggestions to make your Aladdin’s Lampwork – that is, to illuminate your mental room with it.


Have you ever looked at yourself from ABOVE?

Some say everyone has an Angel. Perhaps. I learned that everyone IS an Angel and that we do our best when we realize what kind of Angel we are. In this Section you’ll find a little handbook of angelic identities.

The Mind's Tools

Are you sure your mind can’t reach the Milky Way?

It all depends on how you use your mind. It’s rather simple after all: you are the specialist about your own mind; nobody knows it better than you do. I’ll show you WHAT you know about it.


This is a trying time, isn’t it? But a new one.

New epochs can begin like that: with an ordeal. Some people pass through the ordeal and enter into a brand new future. Others don’t even notice the ordeal and think that it is only a setback!