Antonia Löschner

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I am a socio-cultural anthropologist and certified mediator working as an international life and career coach for life transitions. Since I know from my professional and personal experiences that finding one's Self and considering one's needs and strengths is the key to a fulfilling and happy life, my fiction and non-fiction writing revolves around those topics. Especially our introvert, intuitive and creative personality aspects are often neglected in a fast-paced, money-oriented world and might like some more involvement. Therefore my Bookshelves present books of people whose works allow us to experience ourselves emotionally or let us understand even better the human mind. I absolutely recommend all those books, always provided th
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Antonia Löschner I have learned to think of writer's block as a sign, showing that I need rest for the brain and recharging in order to be creative again.
So when I…more
I have learned to think of writer's block as a sign, showing that I need rest for the brain and recharging in order to be creative again.
So when I get to this point I stop writing and do something completely unrelated to this. Sometimes I go for a walk in the nearby forest, sometimes I call a friend, sometimes I just enjoy a cup of tea and do nothing else than looking out of the window.
When the block stays longer I have learned to allow myself only collecting spontaneous ideas as a brain storming without writing them down in a proper form yet, just as single words. Often this time of playfulness helps me to stay connected to my work while still allowing my brain to rest and enjoy itself a little.
The worst to deal with writer's block is to force myself into continuing to write and starting to criticize myself for not being able to be productive.
Our creativity seems to need also compassion, since it is a part of us.
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Antonia Löschner Currently I am working on a book of short-stories and poems, that are inspired by my work as a life-transition counselor. The book in German is…moreCurrently I am working on a book of short-stories and poems, that are inspired by my work as a life-transition counselor. The book in German is supposed to be published still this year, again with epubli. The translation of this book in English is still in work and will be published beginning of next year. (less)
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Rediscovery of the Self: Some Approaches

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I'd like to share with you today some approaches for self-discovery and tell how and why, back in the days, I came across them.

A lot has been written on the differences between extraversion and introversion. I, being an introvert, was relieved when, as student, I found books which explained that it is absolutely alright to need time alone in order to recharge, to take time to reflect bef... Read more of this blog post »
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“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment.”
Ralph Waldo Emerson
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“To exist is to change, to change is to mature, to mature is to go on creating oneself endlessly.”
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