Expat mom, writer, psychospiritual therapist, PhD
I am at such an exciting time of my life! With a bag full of experience, success and crisis, joy and sorrow, my life mission has never been clearer. I am on a mission that has very little to do with outer appearances, but everything to do with living from the inside out; with getting the most out of this life; with continuously liberating myself and others from the narrow, outworn tracks of our minds and opening our hearts to this grand experience that life really is.
I am married to my life-long love, and together we have three children. These four people are my close travel companions in life, and I couldn’t have wished for any better. As a family, we recently did a major shift of scenery: for three years we have agreed to leave Denmark behind and settle down as expats in Houston, Texas.
Here, I blog about this journey which doesn’t just head out into the world, but also takes us all on an inner trajectory. I have decided to do my best to make it deep, bold and uplifting. And not least authentic.
On the blog, I blend my voices: that of the expat mom; that of the creative, word-loving writer who lives inside me; and that of the psychospiritual therapist who I also am.
My blog is a central element of my energy work. I simply practice being me. I have set my intention on progressing from the inside out and on having fun along the way; and you are warmly invited to come along.
Sara has the magic ability to touch people.
Her touch is gentle, powerful and life-altering.
That’s how it is when an angel touches your heart.
How grateful I am to have met such wise inspirational soul
Please feel free to contact me.
It would be a delight to hear from you!
Voices & Categories
I blog about my worldly, creative and spiritual journey. This is, of course, essentially one life journey. Yet, in my recount I approach it from different angles, or I apply different voices. Voices that together compose me and enable my ongoing quest for spiritflowing.
Being a rather eclectic and open person in love with words and languages, you will find that some posts are written in Danish, some in English, some in both. I simply write in whatever of my two most familiar languages that my thoughts on the matter appear to arrive in.
It is not that I cannot see the point in a certain amount of structure and discipline, I just fail to stay fully alive when generic, normative decisions narrow the creative space too much. So I practice avoiding taking too many decisions of that kind. And I always reserve the right to reconsider at a later state. So let's see about this language business, okay?