I trust the mystery of life. Life is a Great Mystery and that's the way it should be. I am a curious person but I don't have to know or understand everything and I don't even want to.

I have traveled through darkness to find me. I have learned to rise from the mud and bloom out of the darkness. I am learning to love myself. Whatever comes, I let it come. Whatever stays, I let it stay. Whatever goes, I let it go. I change and grow every day, every moment. I am strong. I am beautiful. I am loved.

Energy is my first language. I understand it more than I do words. I know more than I say. I think more than I speak. I notice more than you realize. You don't have to say a word. I can feel your joy, I can feel your pain. Deeply.

I'll take you to a walk in the woods. Barefoot. In the rain. I am grounded deep in the Earth. And I help you to do the same.

"Jobs fill your pocket, adventures fill your soul", they say. I want my job to fill my soul too. I want to do my job with my soul, with my whole heart. I want to leave a piece of me in to what I am doing.

I have deep trust for my inner guidance. I trust my instincts. If it feels right, I do it. Even if it makes no sense to you. If it feels wrong, I don't do it. I don't have to explain it. My feelings never lie to me. That's my explanation.

I need my own space. I need my own time. I feel overwhelmed by crowds and social events. I'm a loner. I'm often a bit quiet. I don't share a lot of what's going on in my mind. I understand and respect the power of words. And I understand the power of silence too. Silence isn't empty, actually it's full of answers. So if you are too tired to speak, please sit next to me. I promise to keep quiet.

My soul only lives in the present moment. This moment is all we really have, right? Magic is in this moment. And I was made for magic. With the heart full of moonlight.


When I was a little girl, I was deeply connected with nature. My best friends were lizards and frogs. I was my happiest when I was climbing in the trees, walking in the woods and building my huts. Forest was my classroom. I don't remember that I'd ever get bored because there was always beautiful nature around me. I understood at a very early age that everything on Earth is deeply connected. I am part of nature and nature is part of me. I find it hard to fit in with other human beings but I fit in perfectly with nature.

I lost that connection for a while when I grew up. That was the most messy time of my life. I was completely on the loose and have that feeling that I didn't belong to anywhere and I didn't even know who I was. I am lucky that I find my nature connection again. I find myself again.

Recently I have found my purpose in life, finally. It took a lot of pain, many bad choices, tears, laughs.. It required getting lost, many times, and finally finding a right path. I had to dive into my deepest darkness and rise again. But now I feel so much lighter. One day it just clicks. You realize what's important to you and what isn't. Suddenly it's crystal clear in front of you. Now I know what my purpose here on the Planet Earth is. It is protecting the nature, helping the animals, respecting the Earth and inspire other human beings to slow down and reconnect to Mother Nature, live in harmony with nature. It is connecting and working with plant spirits and share their wisdom. I am here to deepen my relationship with the nature and my inner wisdom and inspiring you to do the same.

The smell of Earth after rain. Sound of the ocean. Sunlight that filters through the leaves of trees. Energy of mountains. Those are the things that set my soul on fire.

"At some point in life, the world's beauty becomes enough."

- Toni Morrison


I try to reduce my environmental impact by living conscious and slow life. When I am aware of everything I do / say / buy, I make better choices. When I live slow life, really enjoy every moment, I don't have to fulfill my life with unnecessary stuff or drama. I try to live in harmony with nature and respect Mother Earth the best I can.

I think the biggest problems in our society these days are that we have become strangers with nature and we don't focus on anything any more. We just run from place to place, we believe that rush ia a sign of success and we forget to think about the consequences of our actions. We just want to feed our egos with really harmful ways. When we change that, we change the whole world. So my advice is: Slow down and respect the nature every second of your life!