Mudgeeraba Village

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Found a very nice old style bookshop with coffee and reading corners: Very special selection, indeed.

More here soon about Mudgee Community and the Village, very special and off the Beaches.

Easy access via M 1 Motorway.

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What is Healing?

About Kinesiology

Art Therapy

Reiki Master Energy

And more here …


Kinesiology is a holistic approach to health that focuses on the body’s movement and muscle function. It uses muscle monitoring, also known as biofeedback, to identify imbalances that may be contributing to disease or discomfort. The goal is to detect and correct these imbalances, which can be related to stress, nutrition, or minor injuries or trauma.

The practice of kinesiology is rooted in chiropractic and applied kinesiology, and it incorporates principles from traditional Chinese medicine, such as the concept of chi energy. Techniques used in kinesiology may include acupressure, lymphatic massage, hypertonic muscle release, attention to reflex points, and nutritional advice.

Kinesiologists believe that by addressing unresolved stress reactions and promoting the body’s natural healing process, they can improve physical, emotional, mental, and spiritual health.

However, it’s important to note that kinesiology is not used to diagnose disorders and should be complemented with conventional medical treatment when necessary.

So finding the right professional advice is always key!

Chi energy, known as Qi in Chinese and Prana in Indian traditions, is considered a vital life force that flows through all living beings. It’s believed to be the essence that animates the body and mind, providing health, vitality, and well-being.

In Chinese culture, Qi is a fundamental concept in Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), martial arts, and Taoism. It’s thought to be the energy that flows through the body along pathways called meridians. Practices like acupuncture, tai chi, and qigong are designed to balance and enhance the flow of Qi for better health.

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Indian tradition also holds Prana in high regard. It’s described in ancient texts like the Vedas and Upanishads as the primal force of life. Pranayama, a practice of breath control in yoga, is one way to cultivate Prana. It’s believed that by regulating the breath, one can influence the flow of Prana and thus improve physical and mental health.

Both Qi and Prana are seen as energies that can be harnessed for healing and maintaining balance within the body. They are also associated with spiritual practices aimed at achieving harmony with the universe.

Usui Reiki is a form of energy healing that originated in Japan. It’s based on the idea that a universal life force energy flows through all living things and that imbalances in this energy can lead to physical, emotional, or mental health issues. The healing process involves a practitioner channeling this energy into the recipient to promote balance and well-being⁶.

The benefits of Usui Reiki and Reiki healing in general include:

  • Relief from pain, anxiety, and fatigue: Reiki may help reduce these symptoms, which can be particularly beneficial for those undergoing medical treatments or experiencing stress¹.
  • Improvement in mood: Reiki treatments have been associated with improved mood and feelings of relaxation¹.
  • Enhanced quality of life: Patients have reported better sleep patterns, increased self-confidence, and reduced depression levels after Reiki sessions¹.
  • Support for the immune system: By promoting relaxation and reducing stress, Reiki may help stimulate the body’s natural healing processes³.
  • Pain relief: Some studies suggest that Reiki can be effective in managing pain, especially when used alongside conventional treatments¹.

It’s important to note that while many people report positive experiences with Reiki, scientific research on its effectiveness is still ongoing. However, it is widely used as a complementary therapy to support overall health and well-being.

Connecting with the Universe and your ancestors in your own way – either by prayers or meditation or other means is absolutely your own decision, and you might as well believe this all is complete non sense. The choice is yours …

More here soon …

By Author and Blogger

Peter H Bloecker





God is dead! And what is your Religion?

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Leonard Cohen

Night Is On

Just trying to slow it down …

17 Jun 1953

Another historic day of 2 German States after WW2 and the uprising of the Bln people against Soviet Tanks!

Later same story in Hungary!

And Prague! Now in the Ukraine!

The Volksaufstand in East Berlin on June 17, 1953, was a significant uprising against the government of the German Democratic Republic (GDR). It began with strikes by construction workers in East Berlin on June 16, protesting against work quotas during the Sovietization process. The next day, the demonstrations escalated into a widespread uprising involving over one million people across about 700 localities in the country.

The protesters demanded political and economic changes, including the resignation of the government, free elections, and the release of all political prisoners. The uprising was marked by a wave of strikes, mass demonstrations, and political protests. It was one of the largest revolutionary movements in Germany’s history and had a profound impact on the long-term development of the GDR.

The Soviet Union responded by sending troops to suppress the uprising, resulting in violent clashes and numerous casualties. The event is remembered as a pivotal moment in German history and is commemorated as Tag der Deutschen Einheit (Day of German Unity) in Germany.

Haus der Geschichte


Haus Europa

Heribert Prantl via SZ App

Dieses Europa hat so viele Mütter und Väter, so viele Dichter und Denker, die es geprägt haben: Perikles und Paulus, Calderon und Caravaggio, Erasmus und Luther; Franz von Assisi, Theresa von Avila und Hildegard von Bingen; Mozart und Marx; Dante, Dostojewski und Simone de Beauvoir; Leonardo da Vinci, Richard Löwenherz und Hannah Arendt. Der europäische Staat, so er noch entsteht, kommt also nicht aus dem Nichts, er kommt aus der Fülle; er ist, er wäre der Höhepunkt der europäischen Geschichte. „Machten wir eine Bilanz unseres geistigen Besitzes auf, so würde sich herausstellen, dass das meiste davon nicht unserem jeweiligen Vaterland, sondern dem gemeinsamen europäischen Fundus entstammt. Vier Fünftel unserer inneren Habe sind europäisches Gemeingut“ – so hat das der spanische Philosoph José Ortega y Gasset beschrieben. Das Europaparlament arbeitet auf diesem Fundament.

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