The power of the Word.

What does one word mean

when all is meaningless

when words like thoughts are just ideas floating on clouds

made of thin air

with no beginning and no ending.

What does one word mean

when we are all day bombarded by random texts

by thousand words we catch here and there

that we read, we hear and then we forget

What does one word mean

when we spend our days listening to the ones in our heads

all messed up, pulling us here and there

backwards, forwards,

we are running behind them trying to catch them

looking for answers

searching for their meaning in our lives

What does one word mean

when it is lost among all these?

And what would it mean if it were to stand alone,

in its glory

in its power

in its simplicity

It is everything, it is all that is, it is all we are looking for.


That is not who I am


I am a woman but being a woman is not who I am

I have a job, but my job isn’t who I am

I have a family, but my family isn’t who I am

I have a body, but my body isn’t who I am

I have a country, but my country isn’t who I am

I have beliefs, but my beliefs aren’t who I am

I have thoughts and opinions, but they are not who I am

I have a personality , but this isn’t who I am

I own things, but my things are not who I am

Who am I then?

I AM ME being aware that I am not all that.


Gluten-free, tomato free, vegetarian lasagna

When you need to cook for vegetarian people with intolerance to gluten and nightshade vegetables some traditional meal seem to appear complicated! So I came up with this recipe last night and it was quite a success!


Here’s what you need:

  • fresh gluten-free lasagna sheets
  • pumpkin
  • zucchinis
  • sweet potatoes
  • rice flour & milk for a white sauce
  • grated cheese


  1. cut the veggies lengthways and put in oven to roast until cooked through
  2. make a white sauce or Bechamel sauce as it is called in France by adding 3 big tbspoons of rice flour in 500ml of milk. Mix well, then cook on high heat while stirring continuously until sauce thicken to desired consistency. Remove from heat, add a dash of butter, salt & pepper.
  3. make the lasagna by alternating layers of pasta sheets, veggies and white sauce.
  4. finish with a layer of sauce sprinkled with grated cheese
  5. cook in oven for about 40min or until cooked through and cheese got brown
  6. Bon Apetit!


Alcohol, Drugs & Entities



This post is quite different from what I normally write, but when situations keep repeating themselves somehow they become important. I feel today I need to write about this. But where to start? I’ve realised that what I have learnt years ago is still unknown to many or deny or not talk about. Yet drugs, alcohol & entities are an issue in our western society.

Entities. What is that?  Please stay with me and keep your mind open as you read this as it may seems crazy, ‘out there’ or stupid for many. You first need to know that I have no religion, but I do believe in a spiritual reality, not because I was born into this kind or belief or drag into it later in my life, but because I had experiences in the past which made me change my view of this world. All I talk or write about in my blogs and books, is what I know because I have lived and experienced it and still do.

So back to entities. In a nutshell, entities are non incarnated beings, sometimes dead human souls, which are stuck on this plane because they haven’t been able to move on or don’t want to. They are of a dense energy/vibration. Many are negative and don’t have our higher good in mind. They can be in pain or they can be lost but they are definitely not happy beings. They mostly feed on fear and anger, that’s what they thrive on. They don’t have a physical body of their own but they can attach themselves or sometimes enter and possess an already existing living body. Yours, mine, anyone, if we let them.

Now drugs and alcohol are the doors they are looking for. When we get drunk or get high we start “disconnecting ” from our physical body, we drift, we fly, we are not 100% in there. And like any house when we leave our doors open we invite strangers into our space. That’s all they are waiting for. The more we drink, the higher we get, the more they can get in and take possession of the body. Then they can do what they want. We then lose control, do things, say things which are not true to us, which can hurt others, which we often regret later. I have seen angels becoming demons. I have seen faces becoming dark. I have seen the light in someone eyes changing to scary stare. I had to hide because I couldn’t recognise  who was in front of me. I had to run because all of a sudden there was someone else and I was in danger. Have ever you witnessed these kind of changes in people?

Possessions do exist, unfortunately. In most cases, people just get drunk on the week-end, do a few silly things and life keeps going on. But sometimes it can get bad, people can get really hurt, or we can hurt ourselves and mess up our lives.

Maybe it is time to stop idolising this drinking culture we have in our western society.

And by the way why did we name alcohol “Spirits”?



From fear or from love?



All our actions, our words and our thoughts either stem from fear or from love.

Am I really making choices because I go for what I want or because I am scared I can’t have what I want?

Am I staying in a job because I love it or because I am scared I won’t find anything better?

Am I staying in any situation because I am happy or because I am scared of change?

Am I thinking of the future anxiously or trustfully?

Am I speaking kindly or protectively?

And how am I talking to myself?

Am I putting myself down?

Feeling guilty, unworthy, not good enough?

What If I was important too.

What if I was respecting myself,

Loving myself,

Taking care of myself.

What if I was allowed to be happy too,

To choose my life,

To change my path.

What if I started encouraging myself.

Talking kind words,

Thinking good thoughts,

And acting with love and compassion towards myself.

What If today I started choosing love over fear?



We are not the mind

Byron Bay love

The mind is talking always, and we are listening to it.
But we don’t have to.
The mind is talking always and we are identifying with it.
But we don’t have to.
When we realize that we are separate from the mind, then we start to awaken.
If not we spend all our lives in an illusion.
The body is.
We are.
But we are not the body.
The mind is.
We are.
But we are not the mind.

K. Wilson