Happiness begins in your heart...
The power of peace and inner happiness can be experienced in meditation, in divine love, in nature, in the healing sounds of music and in the beauty of art... The Light that emanates from this power is the spark that makes us live and connects us. With my work, I hope to inspire you to find inner happiness and to radiate this Light. Love flows inexhaustibly from your heart. Love is our greatest protection. When you consciously experience this power it gives you the space to give, connect with people, forgive someone and contribute something to a more loving world.
Meditation has helped me to focus more deeply and experience the connection to the Source of Love and Light, which is very fulfilling in my life.
But how do you start... opening your heart, connect with nature, and practice meditation?
Just by taking a moment to feel, to be, listening to your breath, standing still and experiencing.
How I began to live from my heart
In 1974 I was born and received the name Marieke Krista. Many call me now Oshianna, that is my spiritual name, This name has many meanings, Oshianna is the great Spirit of the Ocean, Oshi means 'she who helps others on their path', and Ianna means 'Divine Grace'.
From an early age I was interested in development and consciousness, change and renewal. I remember special moments in my childhood, in which I had spiritual experiences and symbolic dreams and found intuitive answers to questions... As I grew older I was frequently ill, experienced a lot of pressure and developed scoliosis at a young age, for which I was treated. Around the age of 15 I sought spiritual guidance for the first time and began to open up to learn to cope with life in a different way. During a long rehabilitation from a herniated disc in my college years, I started practicing tai chi and qigong and then learned to practice qigong massage and acupressure. In my last year of study, I became pregnant. I felt very happy because the pregnancy went well even though I had been medically advised against it. A month after I graduated, our first child was born and motherhood brought me closer to my heart and feelings.