Always when I come across a little offering tray here in Bali, it feels to me like the whole cosmos is in these little baskets, called ‘canang sari ‘. The more special it feels, to find them in front of my door and around the house, when coming home this afternoon. The ritual of Offering… Read More
“Yes, the money is something that was so urgently needed and I asked and wondered a lot, why life puts me in such a desperate situation right now; when things just finally started to roll smoothly!
I didn’t think I would find the answer to that lesson so fast…
Reaching out for help and witnessing this incredible wave of healing energy and kindness, of support, love and generosity buzzing all around the world to get me out of this situation, is something that has extended all my old belief systems, all these self-set boundaries and my faith in humanity and what’s REALLY possible!
I was praying for a little bit of magic in my life and this is exactly what you have transferred into my account. Every word, every wish, every blessing and every name that appeared on the screen are pure energy that leaves me in tears of gratitude, inconceivability, my heart flooded with love and my body illuminated with the most healing energy!”
I hope you can spare 7’17 min, to watch this little video:
I wish I could reply to every comment, email, PayPal transaction, message and post share! Please understand that it is absolutely impossible for me to address this wonderful flood of hundreds and hundreds of wishes, blessings and statements individually. But it is very important for me to let you know, I have read every single one of them and received all of your love and energy, absorbed it, sent it to the parts of my body where its most needed and will pay it forward in the future.
The Honda C70, with the Bahasa nicknames “Bebek” (duck) or “Kuntul” (heron) had planted into Indonesia motorcycle history and life. Thanks to its devoted owners and lovers, this iconic little bike still lives, as a motorcycle should be, ridden with pride and passion. It stands out and yet is so beautifully humble. The “Super Cub”… Read More
I am super proud and incredibly flattered of announcing Astra Honda Indonesia as being part of my ‘Dream Team’!! It is amazing when things you have been working on so hard over months and months, come back to you through unexpected and new doors. I am feeling stronger than ever about The Moto Quest and everything… Read More
The last few days in Bali had been somehow different… Something changed. My body gave me all alarm signals that I really need to calm down and relax; “sabar” as my Indonesian friend would say. The hassles with the bike were creating a lot of tension and doubts for me. I started thinking that all… Read More
With a big hug I welcomed my beloved little bike back, after it had an internal surgery for 6 days at the Honda dealer. It had not been running well. The bearings of the valves needed to be exchanged as there was some customisation done, as well as the carburetor played up. I took it… Read More
“In many shamanic societies, if you came to a medicine person complaining of being disheartened, dispirited, or depressed, they would ask one of four questions. When did you stop dancing? When did you stop singing? When did you stop being enchanted by stories? When did you stop finding comfort in… Read More
Today was a weird day with strange energy patterns… I was supposed to go for my final test ride and it didn’t happen. I woke up in the morning and my body was aching of exhaustion and I felt mentally and emotional tired and empty. So far you have seen a lot of my sparkly… Read More
“Where are we going?” “North,” was my answer when the Javanese filming team asked me for the route for the day, while I was saddling up my bike for its first ride. “Where exactly? What’s the course?” I didn’t know. The direction of The Moto Quest isn’t mapped out; it’ll lead where my heart and… Read More
In only a few hours we are entering the New Year 1936 and embarking it with Nyepi, the “Day of Silence”, which falls on the day following the dark moon of the spring equinox. On the Saka calendar, a lunar calendar brought from south India to Indonesia around 465AD, we are 78 years behind the… Read More