My name is Edina Kiss, I was born in Dunaújváros in 1973. I graduated from the Széchenyi István Grammar School, and then from the Kecskemét Teacher Training College in 1997. I worked as a teacher for five years, then after my children were born (2002, 2004), I stayed at home on maternity leave. During this period (2008-2011) I obtained my Yoga Teacher Diplomas (Children's Yoga, Spinal Yoga, Vinyasa Flow Yoga). I taught both children's and adult groups in Szentendre and the surrounding area. For several years I published my professional yoga articles and articles on a medical website ( and in Elixir Magazine.


"If we were to say that this volume contains short stories by Edina Kiss, it may or may not be true. It is true, because aesthetically written, engaging little stories are revealed on the pages. And yet not entirely true, because if we delve deeper into the text, if we read it with an open heart, if we allow its content to penetrate us, then one or other of the short stories will become a teaching, a therapy, a spiritual guidance.
We get a glimpse into the workings of our family destiny patterns that span generations, the everyday effects of supernatural forces, the deep layers of our love and relationship conflicts, the possibilities of communicating with our bodies and organs, the world of graphology, the nature of altered states of consciousness, and so on. As a psychiatrist, I believe that anyone who wants to live a healthier, happier, richer life should focus first and foremost on deepening their self-awareness. The more we discover who we really are, the less unnecessary drama, suffering and dead ends. And this does not necessarily require a specialist book, a self-awareness group or therapy. Art can do this: it confronts, cleanses, transcends - if we let it. These short stories can do that too. The author's psychological and spiritual background, her life experience and her talent as a writer are the guarantee."

Dr László Buda
doctor, psychiatrist, psychotherapist


Blind Faith

The Trail

Silver glitter

The Wish


Jaguar Power

Tale of a Deal

The Olive Tree

Healing writing in practice

The poem as a mantra

Nature and literature interview interview


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