LEAVING MY CZECH FAMILY | Story 39

Sorry voor als jullie de laatste video’s moesten missen, er was iets mis met mijn mail-systeem. Vanaf hier (hoop ik) is alles weer volgbaar. De overige video’s zijn op youtube terug te kijken.
Sorry if you guys missed the last video’s, there was an error with my mail-system. From here on I hope everything will run smooth. You can watch them back on youtube.

Het is de laatste kans voor een inkijk in mijn rijke leven, geleefd in Tsjechie. Afscheid nemen is intens en soms verdrietig maar ik voel dat het de juiste keus is.
It’s the last opportunity to have a glimpse into my rich life, lived in Czech. The goodbye is intense and sometimes sad but I feel like it’s the right choice.

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EMBRACE OF EMPTINESS | THE STORY

Me

It feels a bit like a monastery here. Lizards run away from me when I try to walk the path from the down-house to the upper-house, where the community-room, music-room and kitchen is. The intense smell of Linden penetrates my body. All nature is big here. It flows, as I flow. My day consists of meditation, eating – collected from the garden, cleaning and sleeping. I am not in the hotel anymore.

Food from the Garden

In two weeks it will be three years ago that I left for a landtrip and break from work and study for a couple of months. I hitchhiked to Mongolia, after that to Iran – and started cycling which made me ending up in Bulgaria with injuries in my knees. So if you want to know why Bulgaria, this is why Bulgaria. I kept making new plans for hitchhiking new continents, crossing the ocean by hitchhiking but every time when went into the plan-thinking, my body hurt. It kept telling me: Rein, you have to go inside. I shared a lot about meditation in my video’s and blogs while I didn’t truly know what meditation is. That’s no problem, I was on my way to where I am now. .

One month ago I stopped the hotel-project. Busy with helping people, I was avoiding going to the core of my restlessness. I will try to describe in some short sentences what it gives me now: Being one with everything, close to nature, being with people that have the same knowledge, drives and plans and a little amount of chemicals, sweets and electricity. I am diving, deeper and deeper. Going trough fears, embracing, living. The restlessness is fading away and I feel that I am going to a place that I didn’t visit for a long time.

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