The diagnosis a year ago

Even further away than Bali.

Pretty much exactly a year ago Silke went to Bali to go against her leukemia diagnosis. With a new life, with healers, with the power of the soul. Today, she says in the new blog, she feels healthier than she has in 20 years. But it’s not just about defeating evil – it’s about winning more life. What it is and how you can profit from it, today in the new blog with Silke.


What Silke says:

“Good morning from Bali. Glad to have you here. Glad that you are staying. Here I am again. After some demands from the followers that I should send a blog between our training with Pak Ngurah. Here I am!  

May 4th, a year ago, I came to Bali. A great summary for me to recognize: ‘What has happened and how am I doing today’. Healthy incredibly good. Everything else has changed for me: I had to give up my German values, my European values and not only had to learn the Balinese values, as well as the language, which is still very difficult for me… I had to give up a lot of things in Germany and leave behind me, which hurt a lot and is still not easy for me. Whenever I get visitors from Germany, from my children or from my best friend, who is currently here as well, it is already the case that the contact to Germany brings back memories again and again and makes you aware that life there is for the most part over. I’m learning more and more about culture in Bali. Even as a Hindu I perceive and learn new things every day. Click on the small arrow to read more     


Meanwhile I am half of the month in the north of Bali – on this beautiful spot, it is paradisiacal, really holy. It’s incredibly beautiful: The Holiway Garden. Maria really created something here ten years ago that is only healing and simply dreamlike – living directly by the sea under palm trees. Together with her wonderful staff and all the arts she conjures up, she helps the people who come here to embark on a journey to themselves. This is really great! There is a lot of healing here, there is a lot of recognition here. A lot of peace takes place here – and that in a nature that you can only imagine from the most beautiful pictures that you sometimes get through the media. Here I may be. Here I may help the spiritual world, here I may help as a medium. With Mangku, with the healer, who may also help here. We are really very grateful and spend half of our time here.

So – what else has changed? What you can learn and what I can learn every day: to wake up in the morning and not jump up right away and maybe do yoga or prepare for the day to help other people. Every morning – I don’t think I did it again this morning – I also have to make myself aware: ‘Good morning. Hello body. Hello soul. First wake up.’ And then get up together with my soul. The training that Ngurah trains is really difficult in western thinking. Not only in the western. I think it’s incredibly difficult all over the world when you have to call yourself back every day and say: ‘Stop. First come to yourself, give yourself time and take a shower together with your soul, go to work together with your soul.’ This is really hard training and as the healer is very much at my side and reminds my mind of it again and again, it is really a continuous training. But it is so helpful and it has become so clear to me with the summary of the year that this illness, because of which I came to Bali at all, is so far away – if not no longer there. I haven’t had a doctor’s appointment for a long time now and I’ll do it in August, but I feel better than I’ve felt for a long, long time. It’s probably been 20 years since I felt so comfortable with my body. And I can also judge when something is coming, where it is coming from and what it is connected to.

So – that was a little summary of the last year from me. We will come back in August! We will come to Darmstadt for the Amram-Events. We will come to Erfurt – I’ll announce exactly where we’re going. We will come to Munich and we will come to Basel and besides our lecture we will offer you a workshop which runs from Friday evening to Sunday and in which Ngurah and I want to train together with you the mindset training which we already practice very successfully here.

Therefore: If you enjoy it and want to come, just write to and then Jörg and Jenny – thank you both again – can make an effort and create lists. In the next weeks we’ll let you know when and where we are.

Until then, I’ll tell you all my best greetings from Bali. Glad to have you here. Glad that you are staying. Glad that you train with us and glad when we meet again soon. All the best from Bali. Your Silke with Lotta and our trainer Mangku Ngurah.” 



All beginnings are difficult. And even more an end.

Jörg Skalecki comments here.


A difficult decision is only easy if everything else seems to be hopeless. When heart and belly say, that is the only thing that helps you now. So Silke went to Bali a year ago. Decisions are always an exchange. If you do that, then you will get this. In Silke’s case she swapped a new beginning for a painful end: the old life had to stay behind – and with it many friends, family, habits and certainties. And she has not only received new hope and a new attitude towards life, but also a new task: help as a medium and the great message to you: You can simply say to your worst enemy’s face: “You go and I stay”. Just as you can say to the many small and big problems and bad thoughts every day. Join in and continue training with Silke and Ngurah on how to change mental barriers together.

Soon we will continue with a new lesson from Ngurah. And if you want, live in August, when both come to Germany and Switzerland.