Erlaubnis zum Träumen

Heute gebe ich mir die Erlaubnis zum Träumen. Träumen dürfen. Eine kostbare Nahrung für die Seele. Den Ideen einfach zuhören dürfen, die aus meinem Inneren aufsteigen, ohne sie gleich mit der Frage zu konfrontieren: „Und wie genau stellst du dir das vor? Wie soll das funktionieren? Wie lautet der Plan? Hast du schon angefangen?“ Einfach träumen dürfen.   Inneres Wissen mehr…

Scanner Anniversary: 10 Years, 10 Scanner Lessons (and a Gift)

It’s ten years now since I’ve learned I’m a Scanner. This knowledge has enriched my life and given me the permission to grow on so many levels. To celebrate this, I’m sharing ten Scanner lessons with you (and offering you my e-book How to Thrive With Too Many Interests). In April 2009 I entered a bookstore and stumbled across the mehr…

Körpersymptome verstehen – Öffne diese Post! [English Summary]

Körpersymptome begleiten uns das Leben lang. Und sie nerven. Oft sehen wir sie als Feind. Doch es steckt viel mehr dahinter, als wir zuerst denken. Wenn du dir eine bessere Gesundheit wünschst, dann lies weiter! Denn wenn wir Körpersymptome verstehen lernen, ändert sich alles. [English summary available at the bottom of this article!] Körperliche Beschwerden: Wir mögen sie nicht und mehr…

Announcing Barbara Sher’s Dare to Soar Telesummit 2019 – My Celebration Gift: Free Ebook

With Barbara Sher’s books I first learned about my multipotentialite identity, aka Scanner identity. And with her WriteSpeak 2017 that I started this Queste Blog about the creative journey of a highly sensitive Scanner in all its dimensions. Now in the Telesummit Saturday, February 9, 2019 a new generation of WriteSpeakers steps foward to present their online courses and books! mehr…

Exploring the Magic of Your Hero’s Journey by Pat Edwards [Book Review]

I’m very happy to review Pat Edward’s book Exploring the Magic of Your Hero’s Journey. It’s been published about one year ago in the course of Barbara Sher’s WriteSpeak 2017 we both participated in. Pat is a lovely fellow blogger and a friend on the journey of living and writing. I loved reading the book, reviewing it for our big mehr…

“Too many interests”? You might be a Scanner, and that’s a wonderful thing

Is it okay to have a great many interests? I mean, aren’t it the specialists who stand out in a field that really impress us? That really seem like heroes to everyone? And they’d better be famous. Known artists. Athletes. Astronauts. Nobel Prize winners. People who can’t do this have to think of themselves as losers, right?   Barbara Sher: mehr…

There is no final draft – Keep revising your life, says multipotentialite Felicia Ricci

Are you interested in the constantly changing careers of people with many interests (Scanners)? Do you love to learn about people who don’t have only one true calling and who don’t stick with one wonderful thing forever – because they just have to move on to the next wonderful thing? Then get to know about multipotentialite Felicia Ricci. If you’re mehr…

Scanners, Renaissance People, Polymaths, Multipotentialites! There Is Hope: Polymath Is The New Normal

Hello there, Scanners and Renaissance People, Jacks of all Trades, you may still be struggling with your many fields of interests. But there is hope: Polymath is the new normal, writes author Michael Simmons. I think this is good news.   Permission to be a Scanner Maybe you’ve already learned about your right to Refuse to Choose? In her groundbreaking mehr…