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Diving into the Self - Exploring Constellation Work

Diving into the Self - Exploring Constellation Work

Part II

I am sitting in a nice house by the sea, interviewing Katrin Christina Scholz for the spiritual series about esoteric techniques in H2O Magazine.

I ask how she can describe the essence of her work. “Nothing happens by coincidence because everything is connected. Everything that happens makes sense. You just have to discover it,” she answers.
A couple of weeks ago I got a telephone call.
A friend told me to meet this 'german lady' who does 'these courses'. My friend couldn't describe exactly what the courses were about so, I thought to myself, this I definitely have to try!

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Dangers of the Deep

Dangers of the Deep

On 4th September 2006, well-known conservationist, zoo owner and television personality Steve Irwin had a particularly bad day at the office. Maybe he was up to his usual daredevil tricks; maybe it was just plain bad luck; whatever happened, a brief encounter with a stingray ended his life. Steve Irwin, 44, died after being struck in the chest by the stingray's barb while he was filming underwater for a documentary in Queensland's Great Barrier Reef.

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This wonderful coffee-table book started out as a feature called ‘The Zen of Diving’, written by UK journalist and author Nick Hanna for a
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