Cancer: Spiritual healing (averting illness) and radiesthesia

The female winter type

Stiltipps für Frauen

Geistheilung bei unerfülltem Kinderwunsch


Farbberatung und Stilberatung im Mostviertel, Bezirk Amstetten, Niederösterreich

Geistheilung für Tiere

Biotensor und Einhandrute (Tensor)

Building up a basic wardrobe for men

Parkinson’s Disease (agitated paralysis)

Healing cancer?

Your wedding gown 2015 – for the most beautiful day of your life

Colonel Karl Beichl – dowser in the service of the k.u.k. army [k.u.k. – royal and imperial (Austro-Hungarian empire)]

Bladder cancer (urinary bladder cancer, urinary bladder carcinoma): odds of recovery

Tongue cancer (Tongue carcinoma): odds of recovery

How to buy a bikini: summer 2015

The male winter type

Dr. Manfred Curry – sailor and radiesthecist

Lymphatic cancer (non-Hodgkin-lymphomas): odds of recovery

Dr. Ernst Hartmann – Discoverer of the Hartmann grid

Käthe Bachler

The male autumn type

The female autumn type

The male summer type

The female summer type

The male spring type

The female spring type

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – The mastermind of colour theory

Johannes Itten – The founder of colour type theory

Carole Jackson – The trailblazer of colour consultation

Suzanne Caygill – pioneer of colour consultation

Image consultation for men

Image consultation for women

Colour advice for men

Colour consultation for women

The history of colour consultation

Clairvoyance: what can we expect in the next few years?

Healing hands – healing spirit

Spiritual healers in Austria

Are spiritual healers allowed to accept money?

Spiritual healers and ethics

Spiritual healer as a job: how do I become a spiritual healer?

The best spiritual healers and their methods

Stomach cancer (stomach carcinoma): chances of recovery

Averter of illness – Averting illness – spiritual healing

Laryngeal cancer (Laryngeal cancer): chances of recovery

Thymoma, thymus carcinoma: chances of recovery

Oesophageal cancer (oesophagus carcinoma): odds of recovery

Back pain, back complaint: odds of recovery

Stierberg in Waldviertel and its healing strength:

Adenosarcoma of the kidney (kidney cancer): odds of recovery

Kidney cancer – kidney tumor: odds of recovery

Children’s Cancer Aid and alternative methods to traditional medicine:

Cancer sleeper cells (micro-metastases): odds of recovery

Neurodermatitis: odds of recovery

Herniated disc (disc prolapse): odds of recovery

Tinnitus: odds of recovery

How do I recognize a serious radiesthecist – and what skills should he have?

Allergies: odds of recovery

Multiple Sclerosis (MS): odds of recovery

Prostate cancer, prostate carcinoma: odds of recovery

Bone cancer, bone tumors, sarcomas: odds of recovery

Testicle cancer: odds of recovery

Cervical cancer, cervix carcinoma: odds of recovery

Lymph gland cancer (Hodgkin’s lymphoma): odds of recovery

Uterine cancer: odds of recovery

Head tumor (brain tumor): odds of recovery

Leukaemia (leucosis, blood cancer): odds of recovery

Anal cancer (anal carcinoma): odds of recovery

Rectal cancer, colon cancer (bowel cancer): odds of recovery

Brain tumor, meningioma, head tumor: odds of recovery

Skin cancer (melanoma): odds of recovery

Pancreatic cancer (pancreatic carcinoma): odds of recovery

Breast cancer – breast carcinoma: odds of recovery

Lung cancer: odds of recovery

Günther Offenberger: Spiritual healing: the power of the human mind

Liver cancer – liver tumor

Famous healers: Paracelsus

Hildegard of Bingen

Famous spiritual healers: Bruno Gröning

Famous clairvoyants: Nostradamus

Archive for March, 2012

How to buy a bikini: summer 2015

Wednesday, March 28th, 2012

… if the thought of a bikini gives you the heebie-jeebies

… if you’ve been wearing your bikini for five seasons

… if you are convinced that the bikini that suits you doesn’t exist

… if looking at the wild floral patterns and glittery sequins in the current swimwear collections gives you nightmares

… if you fear your partner’s comments when he sees you in your bikini for the first time

… if you’ve already decided not to go to the pool anymore

Keep your cool, wipe off the sweat and hitch up your knickers: you’ll buy a new bikini.

The earlier you start to look the more time you’ll have to get an overview and make a decision.

  1. It’s best to buy a bikini in March or in April at the latest. At this time, retail will have received the full assortment, and there is still enough to choose from.
  2. Before you go shopping, ask yourself what you especially liked or didn’t like about your last bikini. If you know, e.g., that you only feel comfortable in an underwire top you can skip looking at triangle tops altogether. Maybe you’ve also experienced that your bikini only fits perfectly if you can adjust it as much as possible, which means that you’d be best served with a triangle top. Try to remember what you’d like to pay attention to when buying your new bikini, but don’t focus too much on special details. It may turn out to be difficult to find a certain colour if it isn’t trendy at the moment or a bikini top with the same shimmering mother of pearl buttons that you already have.
  3. The fitting is crucial: are you wearing the right size bra and also bikini? Have you noticed how many women wear a bikini that doesn’t flatter their figure and sometimes downright disfigures them? In swimwear, the fabric gives when it’s wet, i.e. it widens. Because of that, a bikini that looked alright when it was dry may look saggy after swimming. This affects especially the top: many women wear bras and bikinis with way too wide underbust measurements. However, this part has to be tightly adjusted in order to support the bust. The length of the straps is secondary, but they should also be adjusted tightly. The sizing information provided by many underwear and swimwear brands is unfortunately often inconclusive. Very slim women may find it difficult to find a bikini or bra with tight enough underbust measurements. A triangle bikini top could be an alternative for them.
  4. The right colour: even tough not all colours are available every season, it makes sense to determine which colours might suit you and which ones might not. If you tend to always buy a black bikini but then get annoyed when seeing lots of other black bikinis by the pool you should consciously decide on another colour.
  5. Where would you like to wear the bikini? The warm and sulfurous water of a thermal bath puts a different kind of strain on the fabric of the bikini than the cool water of a pool or a lake. In general, the colour of a bikini fades after a while, just as the colour of a T-shirt fades when you wash it a lot. If you plan to primarily wear the bikini at a thermal bath, I would recommend a bikini without prints, sequins or other decorations.
  6. Do you want to go shopping on your own or together with someone? Maybe your husband would like to give you his opinion. You may find out that his view is entirely different from yours. Some problem areas may cease to exist, while he might point details regarding fit and fabric out to you, which you’ve never paid attention to. If you prefer taking a friend with you she should really know what suits you and your body and not only know all about the latest trends.
  7. Don’t forget about mail-order businesses, which often have a big collection of swimwear. It may be an alternative to order a few bikinis and try them on at home, especially if you’re unsatisfied with the choices you found in some shops.
  8. Now that you know what size you need, what aspects of the bikini you focus on and where you’ll wear it you’re almost ready to go. Don’t forget to take a shower before you leave as well as shave your legs, armpits and bikini line, just the way you’ll do it before going to the swimming pool. You’ll avoid exposing hairy legs to the sales person or your friend, and most women simply feel better when they look at a well taken-care-of body in the mirror of the fitting room.
  9. Make sure that the sales person shows you bikinis in your size – this is criterion no.1: your bikini has to fit like a glove. Take the time to look at yourself from all sides, not only from the front with your arms hanging by your sides. Does the slip fit well? Are the side seams or the waist band cutting in? Is the fabric wrinkly or loose around the buttocks? How does the top look? Is the underbust band tight enough? Can you tighten the straps enough? Does the top move or allow certain insights when you bend forward or sideward? Does the fabric have enough lining to not become see-through when wet? This is especially important for light colours. What do your proportions look like? Do your legs look longer or shorter, does the bosom look bigger or smaller, the buttocks rounder or flatter? Women with a long upper body, e.g., should be careful about slips with a very low waist, since these make the upper body look longer.
  10. Criterion no.2: how does the colour look on me? Consider that you buy your bikini at a time when your skin still seems paler, unless you go to the sun studio regularly. As a rule of thumb, if you know that you tan a lot in summer you can choose bright colours in accordance with your seasonal type (spring, summer, autumn or winter). Light types that only tan a little usually look better in pastel coulors. What about patterns? There are more patterned bikinis that plain-coloured ones, which surprises me since most women would look better in a plain-coloured bikini. Why? A swimsuit has a lot of space for patterns and prints, but a bikini has very little. When wearing a bikini, the focus is on your body, there is little that you don’t show of yourself. No garment we wear in public shows us as naked or vulnerable, and hence your personality is placed special emphasis on. The big amount of tanned skin and the expression of your individual personality are complemented more impressively by only one colour than by patterns (in different colours). Choosing a patterned bikini takes a sure instinct, else the bikini may just reduce a woman’s charisma.
  11. So, have you found your dream bikini? If yes, congratulations! Why don’t you
    treat yourself to a beach towel and beach shoes in style with your bikini? Remove the labels from your bikini and enjoy yourself swimming and tanning!

A little bikini-manual:

The triangle top has the advantage that the fit can be adjusted to the body better than with all other bikinis, especially when the top can be adjusted both in the neck and at the back and also the slip can be tied on the sides. The disadvantage is that a triangle bikini usually doesn’t have molded cups and hence doesn’t have the push-up effect or help shape the shape of the bosom

The wire-bikini usually corresponds to a classical bra: straps on the sides, clasp in the back. The wires help shape the cleavage. It is very important that the underbust band is tight and the straps can be adjusted.

In a bandeau bikini, the cups of the top are ruffled on the side. The straps may be fastened on the edges or in the middle, where the two cups meet, and very often the bandeau bikini doesn’t have straps at all. It is crucial that the top fits well. The advantage of this bikini is that the shoulders will be tanned seamlessly. However, the lack of straps looks disadvantageous on many women: the chest seems to be lower without the straps. When the straps are fastened in the middle of the top between the cups it may look as if the breasts were hanging downward on the outsides.

The push-up bikini optically lifts and enlarges the breasts most. The cut is very similar to a wire-bikini with integrated padding, which makes the

The male winter type

Wednesday, March 21st, 2012

It seems as if nature had grabbed the quill instead of pencils and pastel colours and was drawing the landscape in sharp lines: White and black prevail in the scenery, colour is only added occasionally. The winter is in a strong contrast with the other three seasons: spring, which represents the awakening and blossoming of nature with its clear, vivid colours; summer, which embodies softness with its muffled pastel colours; autumn, the splendid colours of which symbolize the maturing of nature.

The male winter type:

Personal colour scheme: The eye colour of the male winter type may be deep black, onyx-coloured, intensely blue or sometimes teal. The hair colour is usually black. When the hair loses its natural pigmentation, it turns silver-grey, iron-grey or white at the temples, sometimes the very clear-defined beard remains black. The skin colour is olive, but there are also shades of peach or coral.

Physical traits (these are general tendencies of men with a winter colour scheme, no individual characterization): The build is long, slim and the contours are clear. The face is symmetrical, the posture and walk are dignified and elegant.

Personality traits (these are general tendencies of men with a winter colour scheme, no individual characterization): Male winter types seem to embody kings, princes, dukes and knights. They are polite gentlemen and behave very courteously to women.

They often work in administration, delegating physical tasks to others. Typical jobs are public relations and advertising. Their comprehensive vision often helps them get leading positions, in which it is vital to have an overview.

Male winter types usually have a calm, melodic voice. Just like the female winter types, they appreciate quiet a lot. They need a certain degree of silence around them every day.

Colours for the winter type: The values of the colours determine the quality of colours for the male winter type: the high contrasts between black and white, blue shades from light to dark and grey tones from light to dark come directly from the pure pigments. Many winter colours are characteristic of minerals or metals, such as silver, tin, chrome, black iron and glass. The combination of pure red or blue pigments into neutral colours creates drama and clarity. Smooth, firm fabrics are best suited for the male winter type.

White: pure white, blue-white, chalk-white, cool off-white


Grey: anthracite, platinum, silver, light to medium grey, putty

Blue: marine, royal blue, black-blue, ice-blue

Green: fir-green, emerald, icy mint

Yellow: icy yellow, lemon

Red: blue-red, clear red, purple, ruby, scarlet

Pink: cyclamen, ice-rose, Erika rose

Violet: blue-violet, violet, lavender, lilac, ice-lilac

Brown: black-brown

Metals: Silver or white gold for jewelry such as watches of tiepins corresponds to the characteristics of the winter type better than yellow gold. Jewelry should be big, with clear lines, simple and dramatic, never to filigree, playful or delicate.

Dr. Manfred Curry – sailor and radiesthecist

Friday, March 16th, 2012

Dr. Manfred Curry was born in Munich on December 11th 1899. His family had emigrated from the USA and Curry was a US citizen all of his life. His mother died when giving birth to another child, when Manfred Curry was seven years old. He and his sister Marion grew up at their grandmother Mary Abby’s in Riederau on the west bank of Ammer Lake.

When he was only 18 years old, Curry wrote the book “Sailing aerodynamics and the art of regatta-sailing”, which was translated into many languages from the 1920s on. He took part in about 1,400 sailing regattas, most of which he won. In 1928, Curry sailed for the American team in the Olympic Games.

He was considered an ingenuous tinkerer, whose success in sailing was due to the superior construction of his boats and his special talent of early detecting and tactically making use of changing wind conditions. Curry strived to improve the cut and profile of sails and optimize the current conditions, carrying out many experiments.

In 1930, Curry graduated from the medical university. In the 1940s, he founded the “American Bioclimatic Research Institute” in his home town Riederau. He wrote a comprehensive book on bioclimatics, the occupation with the emotion and health of people in connection with different weather conditions and changes. Based on the medical aspects of this, he started distinguishing types of people in order to better understand the health tolerances and requirements that are individual for everyone. According to Curry, the allocation of the type depends on whether one’s condition gets worse if a warm front passes or a cold front. The chemical composition of the air influenced the impact of weather, in his opinion.

Curry also occupied himself intensively with radiesthesia. He was the first one to describe the so-called “diagonal net grid”, which was named “Curry grid” after him. The direction corresponds, in contrast to the Hartmann grid (North-South, East-West), to the intermediate cardinal directions (North-West – South-East, North-East – South-West) and is arranged in the shape of a chess board. The Curry grid is an earth radiation grid and reaches up to the borders of the atmosphere. The width of the strips is 30 to 70 cm, and the meshes are 3 to 5 m. The course of this system can be influenced by various factors, just like the Hartmann grid. In residential places, the grid structure can be distorted through mirrors or other metal items with a huge surface, such as radiators. The Curry grid has a more uncomfortable biological impact than the Hartmann grid, which is mostly true for the intersections.

Curry published 12 books. Next to various books on sailing, he also wrote “The beauty of ice-skating” (Schönheit des Eislaufs), Paul Franke, Berlin 1934, “Bioclimatics. How the healthy and sick organism is steered by the atmosphere” (Bioklimatik. Die Steuerung des gesunden und kranken Organismus durch die Atmosphäre) (2 volumes), Oldenbourg, Munich 1946 as well as “The key to life. The secret of attraction between two people“ (Der Schlüssel zum Leben. Das Geheimnis der Anziehungskraft zwischen zwei Menschen), Schweizer Druck- und Verlagshaus, Zurich 1949.

Dr. Manfred Curry died on February 13th 1953 in Landsberg am Lech. After his death, his widow Maude Hester-Curry continued to run the “American Bioclimatic Research Institute” as “Manfred-Curry-Klinik”.