Meditation is a lifelong path. The developments of a meditator unfold both spontaneously and gradually over the course of many decades. Out of the ongoing liberation in my own practice emerged the motivation to share this beneficial approach to life with others. In 2017, I finished my education as a teacher in mindfulness-based stress reduction (MBSR). Mindfulness is an essential part of meditation. However, the way I practice meditation goes well beyond it. My own practice has a strong background in buddhist philosophy and psychology. Maybe, some of what I share on these pages can be beneficial for others on their way.

Latest Texts

The Window

When you look outside the window, what do you really see? Sometimes we live our lifes wihout noticing our own reflection.

Inspirations for Meditators

Focused And Fearless

With this accessible guide, meditators (and non-meditators) can understand how to attain extraordinary states with relative ease. Shaila Catherine has a friendly, wise approach to the meditative states (jhanas) that lead to liberating insight.

Altered Traits

In the last twenty years, meditation and mindfulness have gone from being kind of cool to becoming an omnipresent Band-Aid for fixing everything from your weight to your relationship to your achievement level. The authors show us the truth about what meditation can really do for us, as well as exactly how to get the most out of it.

Meditation und Gehirn

Was die Hirnforschung über Meditation herausgefunden hat und wie die alten Lehren so verstanden werden können. Was Meditierende über ihr Gehirn und ihr unbewusstes Denken wissen sollten.

Seeing That Frees

In this ground-breaking and seminal work, esteemed Buddhist teacher Rob Burbea lays out an original and comprehensive approach to deepening insight.