Linda Troeller’s and Marion Schneider’s “Orgasm: Photographs and Interviews” is now available in German language, entitled “Orgasmus: Interviews und Fotografien”.
The German publisher Konkursbuch Verlag Claudia Gehrke created a carefully translated work of art that captures the original’s soul in a natural manner.
The book was released just in time for the Leipzig Book Fair where Marion Schneider presented “Orgasmus” on three different events where it was well received by the audience.
The book can be ordered at Amazon.
Every single human being has a mother and a father. This is something that connects all of us to each other – as well as the fact that all humans come from one single source, if we follow the generations back to the origins of human existence.
Every single human being is unique, even when two people have the same parents. As unique as the individual human being is the family and the upbringing of each one of us, not to mention our individual experience throughout our lives. The role and the importance of the family is also very different for each one of us. … more
Tom Blue Wolf of the Creek Tribe with the Muscogee Nation, talks about his journey to Africa.
He was invited by Noria, a Sangoma (healer) of the vhaVenda tribe with the intention of rediscovering the songs of his ancestors which Noria had found in the dreamtime. In the second part of this story you learn what happened after Tom had received his songs. He was invited to bring his ceremonies to the tribe of the vhaVenda to unite the three peoples who were separated for about a thousand years. With a ceremony of dancing and a Sweatlodge this happened.
Tom Blue Wolf of the Creek Tribe with the Muscogee Nation, talks about his journey to Africa. He was invited by Noria, a Sangoma (healer) of the vhaVenda tribe with the intention of rediscovering the songs of his ancestors which Noria had found in the dreamtime. Tom describes the background of preserving the songs of his people in the dreamtime. He also speaks about his travel to Southern Africa, connecting with the Zulus, San People and the vhaVenda tribe among others and all the magnificent experiences that guided him to the songs of his ancestors.
Two ideas are destroying the world:
They are based on the belief that it is possible to expel people out of society and the conviction that it is good to kill parts of it. … more
In our dominant world culture, the male world is one of success. Men have to be winners. Men are to provide for their families and to have power. … more
Women often need comforting. Not that they are weak – it is rather a form of tenderness their body, mind and soul is longing for, a connection signalling: you are not alone, I will be with you, I am with you, you can rely on me. … more
Trancedance is a moving meditation, a dance with your subconscious. As your body settles into the rhythm of the music, chaotic thoughts begin to harmonize. … more
Culture prepares women to be mothers and wives, men to be gainers and winners. Even if a mother does not want to model her children according to the ruling principles in this mental, emotional, spiritual and real world, they will be influenced by them. … more
There was a time where there was a Healing House in village life. The Healing House was a school, a church, and a hospital. … more
God created beauty to give strength to creation.
Beauty is an inexhaustible source of strength
If you are sad
You often do not know
how sad you are
until you cry.
if you cry and cry
and without doubting,
do you begin
Remarks by Chaplain (Colonel) Charles R. Bailey Command Chaplain
United States Army, Europe and Seventh Army
Mayor Johannes Hertwig, Frau Marion Schneider, Veterans and members of the Russian and Polish delegations, other distinguished guests, Soldiers from the 1st Armored Division, ladies and gentlemen. … more
When I took my first glance at San Francisco coming by car from the airport, I couldn’t believe it. This is supposed to be San Francisco? … more
January 6th, 1997
My dear Jocelyne!
Klaus and I were invited to Hong Kong and Bali for New Year’s Eve and the first half of January as a birthday present. … more