About Kristina

 

Kristina is an empath and intuitive healer who has managed to turn hardship into happiness by utilizing the wisdom of others.

After a tough childhood and adolescence, she suffered from depressions for long periods of time, which sometimes led her into some bad situations. Rather than letting this define her she decided to do what she had to do so she could set an example to her two young daughters and thus help them become the strong independent women they now are.

By immersing herself deeply into the studying of books by incredible avatars like His Holiness The Dalai Lama, Thich Nhat Hanh, Dr. Wayne Dyer, Eckhart Tolle and many, many others she managed to monitor and change her thinking and learn to find happiness within herself.

The best testimony to her success came in the form of a surprise message from one of her daughters, who had this to say about her upbringing:

“Thank you mum and dad, for raising me the way you have so that I during my childhood never had the thought that I, as a girl, would not be able to do everything just as well as a boy. I was never told there were things girls should or shouldn’t do, you let me be rowdy, climb trees, build huts, get dirty, ride a bike, fall, scrape my knees, fight back, make my voice heard, as the most natural thing in the world. You let me participate in an incredibly male dominated sport without ever making a difference between me and the guys.

Thank you for letting me grow up seeing myself as a person, not “a little girl” and that my gender might come with limitations. I’m mad at society because I later in life have been forced to discover that differences are being made between girls and boys, men and women, but there will not come a day in my life that I will accept this.”

Kristina feels that while it was hard to go through all those difficulties she would not have it any other way, because they made her strong. They gave her a strength to stand tall and face almost anything, they also taught her to keep an open mind and to give others the benefit of the doubt rather than generalizing and judging. While some feel that strength is to always be right and to bully others, Kristina feels that strength is to be firm but humble and kind.

By working hard and learning as much as she can she is now thriving, living a lovely life on her own terms and wants to help and teach others to do the same. Therefore, she has decided to create this web site so she can assist others on their journey towards happiness and contentment. She feels that by doing this she will be able to give back as she has been given and to help as she has been helped.

The quote Kristina tries to always keep in mind and that constantly makes her thirsty for knowledge is:

“The highest form of ignorance is when you reject something you don’t know anything about” ~Wayne Dyer

and the saying she lives by when the going gets tough is:

“This too shall pass” ~unknown

23 thoughts on “About Kristina”

  1. Hi Kristina,

    I’m glad the books have fulfilled their purpose. They are meant to offer other possibilities, to present different perspectives.
    Books were important in my life, too. The world they showed was different and brought new ideas into my head.

    My life was not that hard as yours, but at one point, it became unbearable. At that point, if I had the power I would have destroyed the whole world, and I’m not kidding at all. My seven years old son died.

    I was struggled to live for a long time. I read a lot, but things really changed after I read one incredible book (see, books again!) “The Convoluted Universe Book 3” by Dolores Canon.
    Now I am at book 4, and I am still excited about it.

    I can say I was liberated one day, reading that book. I’m not telling you what it’s about. Maybe you get it and make a review here, it would help a lot of people.

    My life changed too, since there, I had another son, who, between us speaking) I believe it’s my first son who came back to me. 🙂

    Anyway, I told you my story to encourage you with this site. Books are all there, bring them a little closer to whoever needs them!

    Laura

    1. Oh how terrible to loose a child, that is my worst fear! I truly feel for you and understand your wish to destroy the world.

      Books can really be your best friends and give lots and lots of hope, which I want to help people to find out on this website.

      Thank you so much for telling your story and for the encouragement. You know I really like your site too and thank you so much for the book recommendation, I will definitely try to find those books! I am certain that people come back in other bodies, same of them even have memories from their earlier lives so why even doubt it?

      Lots of love and blessings, Kristina

  2. Hi again Kristina,

    Thank you for sharing your story. It’s true that books can have a profound impact on our lives and I’m happy to hear how they have helped to lift you up out of your own darkness. I hope that you are still finding peace and fulfillment through the words of these wise authors. I look forward to hearing more about the books that have particularly impacted you, and I’m sure many people will benefit from reading about your experiences. All the best to you! Cheers, Angie

    1. Hi Angie! Books have always been a way for me to hide from the world, but in later years they have helped me to connect instead. Now I have learned to be myself and be proud of who I have become. I have also learned not to judge anyone anymore because I do not know what has made them who they are. To love and accept oneself is such a blessing and very liberating. Take care! Kristina

  3. Hello, Kristina!

    I am delighted to have found your website; it fits in perfectly with my own state of mind. Today is my birthday, and I have to say that this site, and Hay House, are very welcome gifts in my life.

    Thank you what you are doing to help the world. I feel we are kindred spirits – and that’s always a wonderful sensation.

    1. Hi Vicki! Happy Birthday to you, hope you are having a good one 🙂

      Thanks for your kind words about my site, I really appreciate it. Hay House is a great publishing house with many good books and their courses and other things are very good too.

      Thank you for what you are doing, I love your website too 🙂

      Namaste, Kristina

  4. You simply NEED to write a book Kristina.
    You are a consummate communicator. Much happiness to you and your girls.
    Be well and stay well…..but Write Your Book…..please.
    mark

    1. Thank you Mark! How kind of you! I am actually working on a book, I hope it will be worth reading 🙂
      Take care
      Kristina

  5. Hi Kristina, nice to meet you!
    We have a few things in common, for example I also lived in Sweden – and isn’t your last name Hungarian? 🙂
    Have a wonderful day, Andrea

    1. Hi Andrea! How nice to hear from you!
      Where in Sweden did you live?
      I am actually from a swedish speaking part of Finland called Åland 🙂 I know my last name sounds Hungarian but it isn’t though.
      You have a lovely day too!
      Namaste, Kristina

  6. Hi Kristina

    I have found some interesting stuff on your website and will keep returning for more information.

    The last couple of months have been very hard for me as I’m going through a separation. People have stated that the feeling is similar to a death, almost like a grieving process and I did not understand this but the reality has sunk in.

    I see that you went through a separation as well and just wondered if there were any books that helped or inspired you to accept your situation and move forward?

    1. Hi Colin! Sorry to hear you are having such a tough time, separations are very hard. When I went through my separation I was not on this path so I didn’t read anything like this, but since then I have experienced other things, such as losing friends and family members. I have found that meditation and mindfulness help quite a lot and if you have never tried that you might want to. It is not a quick fix and I know how much one wants to “run away” from those painful feelings, but it is better to go through them and allow them to lose power. By going through them you will find peace with the situation faster.
      The best book I have read on meditation and mindfulness is actually quite funny and you should be able to find it in your local library, but if you want to get your own; here is a link to my review: http://booksforthenewage.com/search-inside-yourself-by-chade-meng-tan#more-678
      If I can help you in any way, don’t hesitate to ask.
      Namaste, Kristina

      1. Thanks Kristina – I have booked mark this link and will purchase soon enough.

        It’s just strange – I have always been a positive person, but have depressed feelings at certain stages of the day.

        Maybe when I get the book I’ll understand the reason.

        Thanks for your help.

        1. You are welcome Colin! There is one more thing you could try; Vitamin B12! It is a great supplement when we are feeling down and depressed. Unfortunately doctors rarely test us for vitamin deficiency and we are often low on vitamin B12. I have experienced a considerable increase of energy and feel a lot better since I started taking it.
          Take care!
          Kristina

          1. Yes – I have heard how B12 is a natural antidepressant. Although I do take Vitamins, I’ll have to get a B12 Boost.

            I do take a B-complex , but this is obviously not enough.

            Thanks Kristina

          2. B12 really is a great supplement, and I hope it will help you too. I can’t even begin to describe how much better I feel since I started taking it 🙂

            Namaste, Kristina

  7. Hello Kristina,
    Sorry for leaving a comment here, but couldn’t see any other way to contact you. I wondered if you would be interesting in reading a book by Jenni Shell.

    In 1981 Jenni founded Maat – a Mystery and later Qabalah school – designed to inspire individuals to put into practice their life as personality, soul and spirit, beyond any rigid perspective. Well over 6,000 people from all walks of life attended and have had the chance to work closely with this powerful, down to earth and modest teacher.

    Despite her exposure to the public, Jenni has not sought a great deal of public attention. The book Worlds Apart shows why.

    Reading your site, i thought you may well be interested in it, and we would welcome any feedback from you. If you are not interested please feel free to delete this comment. Otherwise drop me a line.

    Great site.
    Drew

    1. Hi Drew, thank you for dropping by my site!

      I would love to read Jenni’s book, from what I read about it, it sounds very interesting. I will send you an e-mail.

      Namaste, Kristina

  8. Dear Kristina, I have just spent some lovely time checking out your website. It is quite honestly one of the nicest I have visited of late. I can see your thought, passion and interest in all things you do on each and every page. The layout is so easy and eye friendly. I love your book list, and will most certainly be back there for my next book purchase. If you get a moment, check out my review of ‘The Alchemist’ my all time favourite new age book by Paulo Coelho. http://transformyourlife.press/book-review-th…y-paulo-coelho
    Perhaps I can inspire you to read it (if you have not already that is?)
    Thanks again for your lovely site, it was a great pleasure to visit and hang out.
    Cindy

    1. Thank you Cindy, how very kind of you! I have been on this journey of spirituality for some time now, after realizing some things had to change. For some reason I kept getting messages that I was supposed to write and those messages became more and more intense. I have no idea why I am supposed to write in English since it is not my native language, but there has never been any doubt that I’m supposed to do so anyway. It is really interesting when one starts to listen to the inner voice.
      I visited your site and read the review, I will definitely read “The Alchemist” as soon as possible, thank you for that too!
      Namaste, Kristina

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