Author Archives: Silvija Tomčik

July 2019

What are summer holidays for me? What type of holidays do I want and what do I need to rest from? I am fed up with holidays from which I come back home tired. I want summer holidays which offer balance that I am trying to achieve in my everyday life. Time to be in the sun and time to sit in the shade. Time to be in the sea and time to sit and look at the greenery. […]

June 2019

Silence needs empty spaceSilence needs the fullness of surrenderSilence is hiding in the depthsSilence dances right on the topSilence asks for all or nothing, or perhaps bothSilence has the sound of a heartbeatSilence gets closer on the inhaleSilence stretches out on the exhaleWhen the body has told all the stories that I keep even from myself – silence.When the heart has let go of the shame for what I am and the guilt for what […]

May 2019

ODE TO STACCATO  I breathe out the clarity that comes from my moving center.I dance out the truth that I find in the consistency of my heartbeat.I live out the desire to show up in my full power and vulnerability.I speak out what I see, what I feel, what I want. I bring you as medicine into my rigid heart and locked hips.I invite you as a wake up call into my boredom and heart denying routine.I […]

April 2019

When you feel like you have lost your ground, like you are not following your own destiny, practice finding your feet that will find their ground and let them take you back into your Flowing.In the kingdom of Flowing you might find your home. When you feel all that you are doing has lost its juice and the tension is wrapped around your heart, practice moving your hips together with your heart and let them take […]

March 2019

Many people would come to me after the workshop and thank me for holding a space with so much permission. It made me curious about why this is so important and healing and how it helps us with whatever we are learning. There is a part in me that feels dictated by some rigid beliefs about what I must or should do as well as about what I can’t or shouldn’t do. “I must always […]