Memoars from The Alchemist

It all started with as a gift, that later came to be one the most retargeted readings of mine, The Alchemist by the well known author, Paulo Coelho. Every reading experience is unique to each person, due to experiences, interpretations, understandings and much more, but what I do believe is that this is a story…

Attitudes of Mindfulness

One of the most inspiring people bringing mindfulness from East to the West, is Jon Kabat-Zinn, a Ph.D. who is known for his work as a scientist, writer, and meditation teacher, engaged in bringing mindfulness into the mainstream of medicine and society. Mindfulness is an eastern knowledge with a western approach, and is at its…

Elements of Ayurveda

Traditional medicine has strong historical and cultural roots, and has been a part of developing communities over decades. Ayurveda was born in India and means “Knowledge of Life”, Ayuh (Life) and Veda (Knowledge) in Sanskrit. It origins from the Vedas, the compendium of ancient Indian knowledge, and in The Charaka Samhita, and Sushruta Samhita are…

Djerba, a candidate for Unesco World Heritage list

UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) have a mission to encourage countries to sign the World Heritage Convention, to ensure protection of their natural and cultural heritage. Today, UNESCO preserves 1073 World Heritage sites in 167 countries. In this writing moment, the national campaign is launched to support Djerba’s candidacy for UNESCO World…

Feng Shui, The Art of Balance

Many thousands of years ago, Feng Shui masters were exploring the unseen and mystical dimensions of the Universal energy called Chi (also known as Qi), with the purpose to discover the influence of this energy on humans’ well-being. Diving deeper into the depths of cosmic knowledge, these Feng Shui masters were studying the detailed and…

Sharqiya Sands, Oman

Al Sharqiya Sands, also known as Wahiba Sands, was in the very beginning home to the Bedouins of Bani Wahiba Tribe. The name arises from the Arabic word bedu, meaning desert dweller, and about 3000 bedouins from various tribes still live a traditional nomadic life in the constantly moving desert sands. Sharqiya Sands are located…

Arabian Sea, Oman

Arabian Sea does not only stretch it’s coastline 3000 km. It is also known by many names. Going back to the Roman period, it was known as The Erythraean Sea by the Europeans, while the Vedic Indians called it Sindhu Sagar and Bahr al-Arab (Sea of the Arabs) by the arabs. Along the coast you…

Eastern Coast, Oman

A scenic route from Muscat to Sur. Discover a land of ever-changing desert dunes, pristine beaches with crystal clear waters, and spectacular mountains.

Djerbahood, Tunisia

An authentic village with Street Art from artists from diverse cultures. ”When people travel, they want a story, they want to be a part of something” Leila Ben-Gacem

Nizwa, Oman

Arts & Crafts surrounded by Oman’s highest mountains

Larkollen, Norway

An idyllic coastal village one hour downtown Oslo, with a cultural landscape of beautiful beaches, pine forests and old wooden villas.

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Wisdom of Wabi-Sabi

“Wabi-Sabi is the beauty of things imperfect, impermanent and incomplete. It’s a beauty of things modest and humble. It’s the beauty of things unconventional.” Wabi-Sabi is the Japanese Philosophy and ancient wisdom, which teach us how to embrace and accept the beauty of imperfection, and to live a perfectly imperfect life. It breaks down traditional…

El Camino de Santiago Compostela, Spain

Day 1 – Stockholm to San Jean Pied de Port The flight went from Stockholm, to a small airport in Biarritz in France, and then a short bus trip to Bayonne where I met up my lovely Rose. So we spent the day walking around Bayonne, visiting the big cathedral, shopping local basque cheese, drinking…

Antioxidant boost, Ginger Juice

Ginger has been used in medicine for thousands of years back, due to it’s many health benefits. The herb is a part of the Zingiberaceae family, which also includes turmeric, cardamom and galangal. The ginger is high in gingerol, a substance and active compontent with powerful anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. Ginger may also be effective against exercise-induced…

Benefits of Tea tree oil

Tea tree oil (melaleuca) is an essential oil from the native plant Melaleuca alternifolia. It has been used for almost 100 years as a healing treatment in Australia, and have antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities, why the oil is probably best known for its antibacterial activity.  3 tips how to use Tea tree oil Tonic waterAdd…

Shinrin Yoku, The Art of Ecotherapy

Shinrin Yoku, also called Forest Bathing emerged in Japan in the 1980’s and is refered to as nature theraphy, or ecotherapy and means to improve body and soul from spending time in nature, a practice in which all of the senses are immersed in nature. Although people have been walking in nature for centuries because…