Annette Kaiser – In the path of love
In this heartfelt conversation with universal spiritual teacher Annette Kaiser, she shares about her personal journey, learnings from her sufi teacher Mrs Irina Tweedie, walking in the path of love and practices to fully embody and live our human potential.
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Annette Kaiser was born in Zürich/Switzerland in 1948. She is a spiritual teacher, visionary of an Universal Spirituality and author of more than ten books. After completing her studies in economics and sociology, she worked for many years in the field of development cooperation. Her special field were the women`s cause and intercultural dialog. Later she trained development experts. In 1982 she met Mrs. Irina Tweedie and became a student of her for 17 years. In the late 1980`s Annette Kaiser opened her Tai Ji DO-School, training teachers during 20 years. In 1991 Mrs. Tweedie allowed her to give the first Sufi seminars. Since 1998, she is authorized by Mrs. Tweedie to continue the Naqshbandiyya Mujaddidiyya Sufi lineage, guiding human beings on the path of love. In the year 2000 she developed the “Integral DO-path“ teaching and inspiring people in a non-dual cosmocentric understanding. She is particularly devoted to transconfessional and transcultural spirituality, which implies an open aware state of being as the natural expression of an integral way of living in a very deep sense. This way is leading into Universal Spirituality and Universal Cooperation as Not-Two. In both areas Annette Kaiser initiates and participates in many ways with different groups, centers and human beings in Europe and worldwide. She sees the 21st Century as a call for humanity to recognize itself as unseperately One, co – creating in collective wisdom locally-globally in the love of One Heart. She is married, mother of two adult children and grandmother. More
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