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There’s nothing to art!

A definition of art:
Creative creation by means of materials or sound in confrontation with nature and the world. Developed activity based on knowledge, practice, perception, imagination and intuition and not clearly defined by function.

Creativity is solution-oriented thinking.

A new way of thinking and acting differently than society has done so far. Imagine something that doesn’t exist yet and then create it. Try something new! Go off the path of least resistance, push boundaries and test the limits! A striving for something not familiar and not new.

The wheel does not have to be reinvented, just further developed with all our knowledge and ability to think ahead.

Every day everyone has the opportunity to turn ordinary into extraordinary!

Everything that is done in a masterly way is an art:

Do you cook at home? Do you raise children? Do you like to drink coffee? Who likes to flirt?

So, I researched and discovered the following art forms: the art of baking bread, the art of coffee, the art of thinking, the art of education, the art of flirting, the art of improvising, culinary art, online art, riding art, the art of talking, the art of teaching, yoga art, the art to listen, the art of ageing, the art of living!

Did you recognize yourself in one or the other activity?

Doesn’t that leave the question unanswered: Doesn’t every single person strive throughout his life to become an artist in all areas of his life? And does that make us all artists of life?

How does a person become an artist? How does each individual acquire special skill in a certain area? The answers are in my online coaching: Courage to art!



Aline Zoe Mara Zimmerli reincarnated in Zürich, Switzerland. With the mission to make her last lifetime on planet earth a worthy one!


Age 4 or 5

My grandmother sees me riding a carrousel horse and says out of the blue “one day I will buy you a horse”.


Age 11

I fell in love with a black Icelandic horse. I reminded Grandma of her promise.


Age 15

I attended apprenticeship to become a professional horse trainer.


Age 18

I sell my Icelandic horse in exchange for an Andalusian stallion. This is the only action in my life which I regret today.

I also finished the apprenticeship and got invited to work as a show rider in a park with birds of prey Falconeria Locarno. I always dreamed of being a showgirl, but I realised that shows and horses don’t go together for me, so I quit.


Age 22

I work as a stable manager for a lawyer on his big mansion. This perfect job felt like a golden cage and I got depressed so I listened deep inside of me, and my heart told me to go on the historical pilgrimage Jakobsweg in Spain together with my horse. I quit my job the next day.


Age 23

I took the most amazing travel journey and walked together with my horse the 2500 kilometres from Zürich to Finisterre across Europe. After the journey ended I sold the horse and bought plain tickets across the world, where I continued to expand my horizon.


Age 24

I needed money and felt urged from society to take a reasonable path. I took a job as a security officer and prepared for Swiss police school. My lack of orthography saved me from that fate.


Age 26

Still working as a security officer, and out of sheer boredom I get depressed and once more listen deep inside of me. This time my heart wants to go to the circus.

I started working in the publicity team for Circus Monti. I fell in love with the circus. I fell in love with Chris, still my current partner on and off stage. I decided to become an artist.


Age 27

First act, first award, first job in Varieté PEGASUS. But seriously, becoming a performing artist and enter the entertainment business was personally the most challenging growing process I have been trough. I found myself in a new world and it took me years until I truly felt a part of it.


Age 30

A wink of heaven, two major things happening! A wonderful friend started teaching me aerial acrobatics.

And I got to join Circus Luna, so between performances I start teaching circus arts in various schools and associations. I learned and discovered all the different disciplines like juggling, clowning, magic, floor acrobatics, silks and many more together with the kids. It was fantastic!


Age 31

I created my first aerial acrobatics solo act titled “Spellbound”. I love how it all came together. There is about 10 wonderful people involved in the creation process. They all helped me out of joy of creating my dream act! And I managed to “world premiere” the act for a sold-out tent!


Age 32

After happily playing circus for 6 years in my little world I felt a hole for the first time! I immediately took action!
I signed up for a Business workshop and met my mentor Tanja! She laughed at my problem and said:” Mara it’s o so clear! I can help you! You start a new phase in your life right now! You will become an entrepreneur, build your personal brand and begin to have a positive impact on other people and the world!”
That felt really right to me, and after trying out several business models, I settled and committed to my next big long term adventure: I signed up to be Rinagan Fresh Partner!


The Future

I am o so stunned: They told me it’s a personality development school! And yes it is! After just 6 months I can say Ringana has already changed my life to the better!
I am full of anticipation to see where I will go! Who will come into my life? What beautiful presents I will get along the way and how much I will grow as a person. I burn to break boundaries! Everything is possible!