For years Waltraud Heigl wrote the editorial of Trilogos’ internal digital newspaper ELEMENTI (see History), which is today Reflexionen, for our website.
“When I first met Linda Roethlisberger in 1989, she surprised and impressed our organization (whose functioning I was responsible for under the direction of Dr. med. Doris Eckhardt) with her mediumistic power. Since February 2001, I am all the more pleased to be able to apply my organizational skills for TRILOGOS and Linda and to contribute to disseminating this interesting, pioneering development through imagination, intuition and inspiration in the Rosenheim, Munich and Berlin areas and beyond – as a contact point for Germany. I encourage others to take up any impulses regarding the notion of responsibility of the individual for the whole.”
Once upon a time
Once upon a time ... that is how many fairy tales and stories from bygone days begin. The visionary aspirations of the 1970s – no war ever again, democracy, a functioning economy – were fulfilled half a century later only for the Western countries. At present, we bear witness to bad news on a daily basis. The Middle East is facing a major crisis, as attested by the many refugees. Many desperate people are leaving their homes without knowing where they are going. Referred to as “the lost generation,” about 14 million children are not receiving an education because of war, poverty and lack of prospects in their home countries. We once believed that religious wars were a thing of the past and were excited about the Arab Spring. But perhaps that was only the Western view of things?
But who knows exactly what factors led to this humanitarian disaster? Due to globalization, the media and information technology, we are at the scene of the action at all times and feel the impact of migration on the ground of Germany. One simply has to believe and hope that there will be reconstruction after destruction and that the dark side is again put into balance with the light. And that we can contribute with positive thoughts to building the necessary resilience and that we can indeed help.