I am a therapist, but that is a description of the surface only. Deep down I am a seeker. My therapy work has been, more than anything else, a means towards understanding myself and a way to search for who I really am.
Sometimes growth is not linear. That is, you cannot say that this lead to that. And therefore, the sequence may not be too important. With respect to this “popping up” of events, I am going to tell some things that simply appeared in my own particular story, and this story is still—and may always be—without an ending.
The following article was written around 2002 for The German Osho Times. Later, in 2013, it was also published by Viha Connection Magazine in California.
It has been a passion of mine to teach how to be aware in ordinary life. And I tell you, it is the biggest challenge I have faced so far in all my years of group-leading. There is so much richness in the detail of what we do every day. You could stop almost every moment and say, “Look at this!” or “Did you see that?” The moments of “this” and “that” go by incredibly fast, and there are so many of them. I think that’s why we have all stopped being aware—because the amount of events is overwhelming!