Are you looking for someone for a meaningful conversation? A good conversation can clarify, cheer-up and liberate.
A Philosophical/Spiritual Dialogue can help with the following; clarification of thoughts and emotions, questions about meaning and purpose, fundamental decisions of all kinds, health, lifestyle, relationships, professional orientation, support in life and mourning crises as well as support in reading philosophical/spiritual texts.
Philosophy is the conversation between fundamentally different people across ages and spaces. Spirituality means investigating your true nature through dialogue, contemplation, meditation and resting in being.
It is essentially encounter. In conversation you meet yourself. The self-encounter in the other that opens the horizons of freedom.
In our days it has become common practice to pathologise mental and emotional inconsistencies. Those who are still looking for spiritual orientation, or who feel persistent discomfort or fundamental doubt, are often referred to psychiatrists or ‘healers’.
However, those who are confused by the need for any form of clarification are not ill, but victims of a culture that pretends to have answers to all questions at hand.
In our well-informed society, the adherence to the common belief in the rule of matter is dominant.
Let’s forget what politicians, teachers, psychologists, mass media, pedagogical know-it-all, economists or priests of any kind try to persuade you.
Dare to think for yourself, to live a conscious, self-determined and sovereign life.
In this sense, I am ready to meet you in conversation and to engage with you and your questions with my experience and knowledge as an individual. I am not someone who knows in advance how to lead a life properly, what is healthy, how to think and what makes sense.
We are lead to believe that the way we lead our lives or the meaning of our being is something given or can be deduced conclusively from a system of thoughts, yet every human being has to explore meaning and purpose for himself.
In the restlessness of our world, it seems that taking time to explore the meaning and purpose of one’s life is a luxury. One’s time is usually taken entirely up for ‘earning a living’, which is a pathetic paradox, to say the least.
I so often witness a desperate rush to find meaning and purpose only when life has become existentially precarious.
The approach to self-awareness or insight into our circumstances by oneself can be challenging. Self-awareness doesn’t have to be a lonely enterprise, but an exchange between people.
Our conversation is not about problem solving. The goal of our encounter is a good conversation and it can be the prerequisite for any further success.
A successful conversation does not change the situation of things, but their meaning changes fundamentally with the type of contemplation.
With the perspective, with the look at it, things change, even rebellious circumstances do not withstand the thought.
Love and Light
Rolf Krahnert. ConsciousLiving Coach, Guide and Mentor for Transformational Processes.