The Author


I have studied Personal Development and Buddhism for many years, as well as doing support in the field of life coaching.

Not too long ago, I found out, that one thing is to coach and teach about things your have studied, another thing is to experience it first hand and really get it under your skin.

We always here about self esteem and strength and how this is the answer. But after really tasting life, I have found out, that it is not about self esteem and strength. It’s about inner peace. Cause with inner peace, everything else fall into place.

You might be thinking, that inner peace is something Buddhist monks have, and that people in the west can’t have that. But I am here to tell you, that this is not true.

I found my peace by the help of a series of events. Some experiences that put everything into perspective and made me look in, instead of out.

Experience is not always the kindest of teachers, but it is surely the best, and my meeting with my teacher, really moved some mountains for me. It gave me insights I would not have had, was it not for these incidents, and for that I am very grateful.

Because of this, I have decided to write some articles on this blog, and share my thoughts and teachings on different subjects.

The emphasis will be on the spiritual way of being. Finding the inner energy and courage to persue what we really want. Not letting doubts and expectations stand in our way of our dreams.

I hope you will find my articles interesting, and perhaps even get inspired to go for your dreams.


Me in very short terms:

My Passion:

Writing – Teaching – Coaching – Helping

My Inspiration:

Jack Kornfield, Dr. Phil McGraw, Stephen R. Covey, Tony Robbins, T. Harv Eker, Hale Dwoskin, James Arthur Ray, Joe Vitale, John Assaraf, Jack Canfield, Michael B Beckwith, Wayne Dyer, Brian Tracy, Mark Victor Hansen and many more.

I love:

Animals – Planet Earth – A good laugh – Contemplating – My family & friends – Knowledge & insights – Becoming the best I can be – Honest, generous & loving people

Things To Do Before I Die:

See the world – Make a difference – Be so happy it almost kills me – Hug all my favorite animal races

15 thoughts on “The Author

  1. Hi Gitte,

    Came across your blog from your ecademy profile.

    It seems that we share a lot of values about the way to do business and live life and have a lot of authors in common. Looking at the list of “gurus”, have you read any Steve Chandler? I got a lot of inspiration from his book “Reinventing Yourself.”

    Keep well!

  2. Dear Ms. Gitte Falkenberg,

    I visited your profile on Ecademy. I am interested in your profile, so I would like to connect with you. I am also a member of xing, facebook, and so on.
    Would you please add me in your network ?


    Geachte mevrouw Gitte Falkenberg,
    bezocht ik uw profiel op Ecademy. Ik ben geïnteresseerd in uw profiel, dus ik zou willen komen met je. Ik ben ook lid van Xing, Facebook, en zo verder. Wilt u mij toevoegen in uw netwerk?
    Regards, Akinori

  3. Hi Gitte
    Just found you on The Secret Alliance

    What a breath of fresh air you brought to me
    You make the sun shine, thank you

    Will now follow you in all the other places


    Roy Aylmer

  4. Hi Gitte,

    Wanted to stop by and say “hi.” I will add your blog to my Blogroll. Also, wondering where that wall is you are sitting on. I fell of a wall that looked a lot like that – it was an area of an old ruins way out in the countryside, as I remember (though I was very young).

    See you on Twitter.

    All the best,

  5. Hi Karl.

    The wall. That is a good question. It was at some castle in Denmark, but I don’t remember where :-)
    I don’t think this is the one you fell of. It was only 80cm or something, so not too dangerous.
    But of course, if you were a very small kid, 80cm is a lot :-)

    Best wishes,

  6. Heyy Dear Gitte !

    I’ve seen your profile in care2.I really enjoy your writings,It is The same as my thoughts..And i would like to connect you more.I will add you on my weblog and follow you on facebook and care2.So thanks for sharing hopes and happiness !Great work!
    Wishing you best happiness!

    Manda :)

  7. Hi Mandana.

    Thank you very much for that kind message. It would be my pleasure to connect with you on FaceBook and Care2.

    Speaking about adding me to your weblog…
    I have moved this site to another address:
    Felt the name “Know your path” name was more relevant than my own name in the address bar :-)

    By the way. Feel free to join my little discussion forum on:
    Would be nice to read your thoughts on the subjects.
    And hey… Free gifts for members ;-)

  8. Love your life outlook. Time is just to valuable to wast on non-sense. I think you might enjoy the book by Scot Anderson “Millionaire Habits In 21 Days”. You can find it on Amazon.

    Its a good read filled with many great ideals that seem to parallel your thoughts.

    Great site.


  9. I am new to blogging and wordpress. I found your essay on spirituality interesting. I found you simply by searching Spirituality here. I would like to follow you blog and hope someday you will honor me by viewing mine as humble as it is in its infancy. Sat Nam

  10. Hi Gitte,

    I found Your Blog through Google image; and am very elated to have done so.

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