Category Archives: Project

In the gates I stand

I uploaded the first version of my book to Kindle!!! 🙂

It will be available within a few days, though I keep checking and rechecking the matierial for any tiny errors that may occur. I am happy, very happy now. It’s been such a long time to prepare the book, and to get ready, to make the small details fit. In my life it was my main motivation since years that I must publish this book about the reincarnation experiences that I had, telling the world what I’ve discovered.

I breath up for a second and celebrate for a whole day. Then I will dive back into work, I guess, preparing the US version of it, the German version of it, making interviews, and creating the lovely visualizations with my Tableau and d3.JS expert helpers. Anyway, cheers! Let’s hope the best! 🙂

Full of surprises

I traveled to Germany for two-week’s training, and the thought of it seemed quite long – and once I was there, I realized it certainly was a long time to be away. After the problematic journey I wrote about in my last post, I met my friendly host, Paul, and we were able to visit many places in a single day! That’s what I’d like to tell you about today.

To start with, the weather wasn’t at all friendly. It rained for most of the day and it was evening before the sun peeked out from behind the clouds. Paul and I met at 10 am and went to Dusseldorf Airport to ask after my lost mobile. Our first destination? A mining crater!

Once we’d explored the crater and admired the dozens of wind turbines, we started towards Aachen, to see the Cathedral and find lunch. Our meal at Lennet & Kann ( a vegan place) was delicious! We had warm chilli beans, and I ordered a quinoa salad with avocado and spinach. The chilli was quite good and mild, not too spicy. The salad, though delicious, was gigantic, and I couldn’t finish it on my own. Luckily, I had Paul to help me out.

After lunch, with umbrellas in hand, we walked up to the dome and found it already full of tourists.

I resisted recounting the history to Paul about Charles the Great and his sons, who regularly devastated Pannonian lands, knowing that here the great German Kaisers are a source of pride. After whiling away some time at the Cathedral, we walked around the city, seeing a thermal bath, a piece of an excavated site, some university buildings and a wishing well. I didn’t miss the chance, of course, to throw a coin in… Once we’d finished, I bought a few bottles of mineral water for the journey and went back to the car.

Our next stop was a place called Dreilandereck: the single point where Germany, the Netherlands, and Belgium meet. It was still pouring rain when we arrived, but overall the visit was fun and, afterwards, we paused for coffee on the Belgium side before heading off to see the Cathedral (Dome) in Köln (Cologne).

It took an hour to get there, the rain still falling heavily, and once we arrived, we could hardly find parking place. Finally, we found one, but it was quite far from the Cathedral. We meandered through the small, crowded streets full of shops until we found the dome. As in Aachen, when we checked in, the dome was full of tourists. There was a place in the inner corner where, for one Euro, visitors could purchase a candle and light it for a specific purpose or person. I bought one, ignited it, and placed it among the others while wishing that my Protector Project would all go well!

By this time, though it was only 6 pm, I was already tired and had no desire to sightsee anymore, so Paul drove us back to Essen, where I’m now writing to you from a neat hotel.

All in all, it was an eventful day, and I’m really grateful that I could see all these wonderful places!

*All pics are used as examples; none of them are mine. (Without my mobile I can’t take photos!)

Total heat

Uh, the temperature is 40 Celsius here and it’s incredible, I tell you. If I step out of the house, it’s like stepping into an oven. I am working on some animation scripts, but shhh, that’s not public knowledge… Not yet… And, of course, I haven’t forgotten the book, it’s currently being re-checked to ensure it is of the best quality. So, please be patient; I’m having to be, too! Things are happening behind the scenes. Big things!

I visit this little pond close to my workplace every day. It has two yellow-eared sliders living in it. They are super lovely! 🙂

 

 

Oh no, it’s postponed…

Hi! In the last few weeks, I have landed a new job at a big German company and moved to Budapest. I have a lot of things to do, a lot to arrange, and a lot to learn. The re-checking of my book is still not fully complete, and the visualizations are running behind because my developer friends have their hands full with a number of other projects. Also, I cancelled the interviews – yes, I’d planned to shoot a few. If all of this wasn’t enough, I must travel to Germany within three weeks for a long training course. So, sadly, the planned debut events in the UK had to be postponed until September as well.
I was dejected for a little while, but I had to come to terms with the situation. Anyhow, I offered up the organisation of this project to the Almighty a long time ago as trying to arrange it all goes far beyond my abilities. 🙂

 

Here is the link of the updated debut event: https://www.meetup.com/Protector-Recovering-Memories-Debut-Event/events/240863810/

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Debut is coming

Yay, I can finally announce this:

My new book, Recovering Memories, will be published in 15 July!

You can all come to our meetups in August where we will present all the crazy stuff we’ve created for our Protector Project. Recovering Memories will be available at a discounted price during the meetup days in London and Brighton, UK. Other locations are under consideration… 😀

You can find more info at Meetup.com: Protector: Recovering Memories – Debut Event

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Flashback

I haven’t written anything here for a good while, so here I am again.

I’ve been really busy the last few months and now, The Protector Project is on its way! Along with my helpers, I’m filming interviews, text editing, doing visualizations and that sort of thing. I am super grateful to have so many enthusiastic people co-working with me on bringing my dream to life.

Here is one of the video presentation introductions:

Also, I created a twitter account for the project: https://twitter.com/protector_pro

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Follow me there! 🙂

Should I stay or…

Most of the year’s first month was spent wavering between two possibilities: the idea of traveling abroad and the idea of staying home. There are many pros and cons to both options, so I will not line them up here. Traveling abroad means London. What do I want to do there? I want to work and make enough money so that I can begin the publishing process of the trilogy. This is an old dream of mine and I feel that I am in a good place now to make it happen. But… Well, there are a few of those. In the first place, my health and the fact that I would travel alone. My mom says I should offer this plan to the universe and send love to it. In my mind that’s okay, let’s just hope it helps. A couple of days ago I got this email message which wonderfully answered many of my doubts:

Fear vs Love

“I do whatever I need to do to keep my inner world peaceful. My inner peace is essential for my health and well-being. ” Louise L. Hay

Abraham Hicks and Louise Hay
Abraham Hicks and Louise Hay