I spend some time recalling what I dreamt and going over them, then I rinse my mouth with olive oil (oil pulling). Next, I take all the things that I believe are good for me (cold pressed organic oils, minerals, vitamins, drops, etc.). I do Ashtanga Yoga for an hour followed by meditation and self-programming.
Nina Simone, Hindi Zahra, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Ray Charles.
They are (in random order):
1. Death Is My Trade by Robert Merle
2. 1984 by George Orwell
3. Like Water for Chocolate by Laura Esquivel
4. Love in the Time of Cholera by Gabriel Garcia Márquez
5. Belly Button by András Réz
6. Triumphant Road – The History of Human Soul by Zsuzsa Bistey
7. Books by Carlos Castaneda, including The Teachings of Don Juan, A Separate Reality, Journey to Ixtlan, Tales of Power, but my favourite is Journey to Ixtlan
8. The Childhood of a Leader by Jean Paul Sartre
9. The Road to Plenitude by Sándor Weöres
10. Sheet Music – Last Conversation with Alaine Polcz by Magdolna Singer
Though I’ve been to Mexico several times, there are still a lot of things to be discovered there.
Ninety-five percent of the time I eat my own cooking. I practice vocalisation during cooking.
The Internet, mostly in the car during journeys. I seldom read news.
We get 3 magazines: Nők Lapja, Elixír Magazin (because I often write write articles for it) and National Geographic.
Dresses. Either feminine and flattering or soft and comfortable ones – but even those should be flattering.
Chinos. Basically tight pants. The last time I wore jeans was in high school.
Singing. But I love all of them.
Jesus. And instead of coffee, I’d rather have tea. Or wine.
When I was 16, I discovered surrealism, and right after that existentialism, and the two started an intellectual explosion in me. I met András Wahorn at 20 and a half – as a teenager in Hajdúnánás, I was hugely impressed by the band Bizottság – and he is still one of my best male friends.
They should only listen to themselves. For every question, they have the answer inside them. They should have the courage to look inside themselves, ask questions - ask and it shall be given them. There is infinite creative potential in every person. There is the touch of the divine in each of us; we all have the power to create.
No. I basically finish what I’ve started. But I still have lots of plans.