Life is a journey
However, it is the experiences that are worth it


From scientist, surgeon, medical officer and Emergency physician, managing director and entrepreneur to globetrotter

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Toddler child outdoors. Rural scene with one year old baby boy



Good day to you. That’s me with the braces! Okay, I admit, the photo is no longer up to date, but on the picture from 1955, I’m really well hit, aren’t I? Honestly? – Well, the photo is obviously not from 1955, but certainly much younger. However, everyone who knows me and my suspenders will say: “Hey, this little man can only have been Gunter as a child. If you’re really interested in what happened to me since then, you can check here.

What I would like to share with you here is my attempt to find a smooth and healthy transition from a varied and committed career to a more balanced lifestyle, characterised by less, yet varied and interesting professional phases and increasing – sometimes challenging – leisure activities that keep you agile.

To start with, I did a traditional Ayurveda Panchakarma cure in Sri Lanka. All I can say is that it was fantastic. From now on I will do it every year. I am really “run-down” and I have strictly followed all the recommendations. Yoga, meditation and acupuncture completed the cure. Without sugar, meat and alcohol I lost a lot of weight. It was a special experience and after five weeks I felt more rested and relaxed than ever before.

Another reason for my decision to move forward to a new stage in my life is not only, but also following both the German motto „If it can’t get any better, you should stop“ and another motto of the emergency medicine: “Treat first what kills first!” As you know that I lastly worked as an emergency physician you may understand that I wanted to avoid situations such as pictured in the attached cartoon.

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