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The Summit From Misery to Magic – A Reflection

Technology is a marvellous thing. It connects us in such a way that no matter where we are in the world, we can share our thoughts via the internet. So many of us met in cyberspace somehow with our own thoughts and about the journey from misery to magic.

The conversations with each of the experts have been an inspiring gift to me. The feedback I have received has been so positive. The main comments were how each expert brought new insight coming from a variety of angles to the main theme.

Albert Einstein once said that we cannot solve a problem with the mind which created it. I was reminded of this quote when a friend came for a cup of coffee a few days ago. I had just started listening to one of the interviews, when he popped in. It was heart-warming to witness how my friend suddenly came alive and began to smile. One expert’s point of view triggered an inner healing process, which he had been longing for.

The summit had a magical effect on him. As my friend was healed by one of the experts, it made the whole summit even more magical for me.

Don’t we all enjoy those moments when we reach a higher level of consciousness and gain just that little or big bit more of inner freedom.

I hope that my following quote will inspire you to excavate your soul more and more on your own journey from misery to magic:

When the time has come to celebrate the awakening from our sleep walk through life, we begin to realise that we sadly put logs on the fire of our misery, instead of following the universal call to evolve with passion.

Together we create a peaceful world.
Sending you warmth from my soul to yours

Charlotte

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