“To Be myself and do whatever it takes…”
Who am I
On a personal note
Starting and nurturing a family have been central goals in my life. I am deeply involved in the lives of my wife and two sons. Their goals and aspirations are important to me as my own goals and personal fulfillment. I am very proud of their ways and achievements, to which I actively contributed. My wife and sons are my most significant partners.
In 1981, I studied Transcendental Meditation (TM) and the Siddhis technique. Since then I’ve been practicing it regularly, twice a day. Practicing TM and my acquaintance with Maharishi Mahesh Yogi and his ideas have become a key aspect of my life and the basis for my worldview and action. I wholeheartedly recommend TM to anyone considering learning and practicing it regularly. \”Creating Heaven on Earth\” is the motto of Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. When I established the Reality Creation Institute, I chose the same slogan for the Institute’s motto and mission. In the photo: Maharishi Mahesh Yogi.
I’ve known the sea since childhood. From an early age, I would go sailing with my father who was a sailor in the merchant navy. This sparked my desire to become a yacht skipper. I’m at my best when I stand behind the wheel of a ship. I am alert and relaxed at the same time, I’m alive. I am Gil. Two contradictory feelings blend together: One is the sense of competence, control and greatness; leadership and reality creation. And secondly, the sense of insignificance in the face of the infinite sea, the changing wind and eternal nature. The obvious and unexpected nature. The menacing and benevolent nature. The sensation of a speck of dust carried by the wind.