Peter Adams

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Well, i'm not sure. Hopefully the mayor can give details of the owners so it should be easy enough. These things do tend to take time though.
2 months ago

Simon Flygare wrote:

Peter Adams wrote:Hi Simon

I've been living in Bulgaria for 4 onths anf just a week ago bought a property. Very cheap and very easy to buy.  It;s in the South West near Macedonia border. More about my place here Atmanna, Bulgaria

I dont know about Hungary, but a friend who also owns a place nearby says he also just bought a place in Hungary because it's cleaner and prettier.

Namaste
Atma



Hi Peter thanks for the response. Since I wrote the post I´ve visited Hungary, but it was Budapest so unfortunately I haven't seen the hungarian countryside. But Hungary is cheap by scandinavian standards, and people seems to be overall very open and friendly to foreigners, but it could very well be because it was the capital?

Hungary seems nice and cheap but for what I can tell there's not many larger forested areas although there's a small part of the carpathians in the northern part close to border with Slovakia. I´m a keen mushroom forager  so more wooded areas would be a plus but not what i'm making my final decision on. I'm planning on a revisit to Hungary in the summer and a first time visit to Bulgaria hopefully having the time to go through both the northern and southern parts of the country. How dry are the summers usually in the area where you are?

Thanks in advance - Simon    

 



Hi Simon. Sorry for the very late reply. I guess I don't get notifications for replies. I will look into that.

I'm near Kyustendil, very close to Macedonia border, with wooded areas all around. Summers are quite dry but still some rain sometimes, like for the last couple if days in early August! But also some sun, I squeezed a bike ride in this afternoon for a couple of hours and the rain held off.

If it's not too late and you're still around you can come visit. There are several abandoned properties nearby!
2 months ago
Hello Marie and Kris. I align with your lifestyle requirements.

I am from UK living abroad for 13 years and recently bought 2800 M2 in Bulgaria. Living on the property now while renovating an old house. I receive guests for work exchange so you could continue to develop your skills here perhaps. In the immediate vicinity there are several empy properties which could be for sale (investigation required) at very cheap prices. Worth considering perhaps. www.atmanna.com us my place.

Namaste
Atma
11 months ago
Dear Ryan and Permies

I have studied and practiced Holistic Health and living for about ten years now, and continue to slowly improve my overall condition, which is not really a physical but more an emotional dis-ease. I have come to the understanding that all disease is rooted in a belief in the false sense of I, or put another way an emotional dis-ease (emotion = energy in motion - disease being restricted flow of energy, or resistance to what is, causing mental and physical tensions) which if left unattended eventually manifests as physical illness and death of the body.

Therefore, to "heal" any physical disease it is vital to integrate our un-integrated emotions, invariably created during early childhood, and onwards. By integrating these emotions, physical health tends to naturally return. Alongside this there are many physical cleansing modalities we can use to detoxify the physical body, which allows the immune system to do its job properly so the body can heal itself, which in turn helps the un-integrated emotions rise to the surface so we can deal with them. It works from both ends, as long as we are aware of this and what we can do (or perhaps better put, stop doing the stuff that is causing the disease).

My favourite emotional integration procedure is The Presence Process by Michael Brown, a ten week self facilitated journey (which we are advised to do at least three times), all contained in a book of the same name. I can share a link if requested to this, and if anyone is unable to buy the book I can help with this.

My favourite physical cleansing therapies are all free or virtually free, and include a plant based diet, juice and water fasting, colon cleansing, oil pulling, urine therapy, MMS cleansing, use of DMSO, Magnesium oil, Borax, and many more. Each on their own have been reported many times to cure virtually any physical condition. When a few are combined, then it is almost guaranteed that physical health can be restored. Again I would be pleased to share links to webpages, articles, audios, videos and books (virtually all free), for anyone interested to learn more.

It is however, as I mention above, vital to combine the physical cleansing with an emotional integration process or the physical disease is very likely to resurface later in another and stronger way. Physical symptoms are basically the body calling out to us to deal with our emotional issues. If we ignore it, or suppress it as we tend to with addictive habits such as overeating, overthinking, smoking, drinking alcohol, recreational and pharmaceutical drugs, overworkingy, basically overdoing anything, the body will shout louder and louder until we pay attention or die.

This is a very short summary of I have come to know about holistic healing, as best as it is possible to know in this dream of life, which has and continues to help me (and many others) to return to the natural state or peace and contentment and live a more joyful life.

I share much more on my website, social media and at my own little homestead in Bulgaria. I would be delighted to share more, either here or by personal online coaching (by donation) on request, or even to come and visit me. (I host volunteers sometimes).

With love
Atma (aka Pete)
11 months ago
Hi Simon

I've been living in Bulgaria for 4 onths anf just a week ago bought a property. Very cheap and very easy to buy.  It;s in the South West near Macedonia border. More about my place here Atmanna, Bulgaria

I dont know about Hungary, but a friend who also owns a place nearby says he also just bought a place in Hungary because it's cleaner and prettier.

Namaste
Atma
1 year ago