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Visiting Paragon, Male, from Germany
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Just noticed we finally have a new favicon for the RT. Nice! Nov 18, 2017 at 3:54 PM
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In short: Healer, Naturopath, Reconnective Healer, Musician, Book Author, Poet, Linguist, Astral Traveler, Starseed (?), Consciousness Explorer, Human ... .
- Healer, Naturopath
Long version: I am a consciousness explorer, naturopath and Reconnective Healer from Germany. I also have a degree in economics and linguistics, but I left this 'past life of this life' behind me, except for occasional 'office jobs'.
Surprise, surprise: I am a man. My female pseudonym is to honour a past life of mine as a woman in 17th century France. I 'met' this former 'self' of mine during mental projections to my Higher Self and also received information about her by asking what I now call the 'Akashic Void' or 'Godfield' from my own personal OBE research and experience.
I also indulge in creative efforts as a musician, poet and book author. A book about astral projection for beginners (in German and then translated into English) under another pseudonym (Holger Connrad) is in the early planning stages. A poetry book in German with mainly metaphysical, philosophical or social topics was published in 2015.
Currently, I am working on my latest music project which is a progressive metal concept album. Like my books it also contains mainly metaphysical and philosophical lyrics in English.
I know that life is a doorway to eternity, and yet my heart so often gets lost in petty anxieties.
It forgets the great way home that lies before it.
- Sophie Scholl (1921 - 1943)