1. Lucidflow: How does a creative day look/feel like for you?

Nadja: Waking up around 5:30 a.m. doing a proper workout on my sunny roof terrace (I love summer!), answering emails, working on some Lucidflow tasks, listening to one of my meditations and making music

Helmut: At the end of the day i sit fulfilled in my chair and i can listen to one or more joyful new music pieces.

2. Lucidflow: How do you hinder yourself in being creative?

Nadja: Going to bed too late so I feel exhausted. Self-sabotage. Don’t getting my needs met.

Helmut: Too much facebook. Too much unimportant things. Circular Thinking. Too much sugar. Fear.
Confusion. Unstabilizing myself with nonsense.

3. Lucidflow: how do you support yourself in being creative?

Nadja: Workout + meditation + shadow work on a daily basis. Listening to my inner voice, taking rests when i need them. Bringing awareness on my – as Eckhart Tolle calls it – Mental Noise that’s going on in my brain. Cleaning noises through Ho’oponoopono and EFT tapping techniques. Voice Dialogues with my inner aspects. 3-2-1 shadow process and Dr. Stephen Wolinsky’s questions in his numerous books. And lots of other techniques. Taking care of myself and appreciate my life with all it’s people/environment and possibilities in it.

Helmut: Learning the rule : Just do it. Supportive is meditation, yoga, shadow work, voice dialogue. Improving skills and Playfulness is also important.

4. Lucidflow: How did you come across Lucidflow?

Nadja: When Helmut and I founded Lucidflow we took down our ideas in a brainstorming session and Lucidflow was the outcome which we both think mirrors best the sound on our label. Voilà!

Helmut: It was an interesting voice dialogue session with Nadja.

5. Lucidflow: Tell us one of your greatest wishes:

Nadja: I wish all the fear in this world would dissolve… so all pain would dissolve as well and so would the urge to suppress/hide/fight/distrust/disgust/discount and so on…

Helmut: The breakthrough of the next level of consciousness and the empowerment of women worldwide (also in the electronic music field).

6. Lucidflow: Anything else you would spread to the Lucid world?

Nadja: I highly recommend to read Stephen Wolinsky’s Books and practice the self-enquiries.

Helmut: I also highly recommend to inform yourself about the voice dialogue technique from Hal and Sidra Stone and William Buhlman and his view on out of body experiences.

Social network links:
1. www.klartraum-music.com
2. www.facebook.com/klartraum
3. www.soundcloud.com/klartraumberlin