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Spiritual Intelligence

Spiritual intelligence is a way of thinking and understanding things that goes beyond just facts and logic. It's like a type of intelligence that helps you connect with your inner self, your emotions, feelings, your beliefs and values.  

It involves being aware of your feelings, having a sense of purpose or meaning in life, and being able to understand and connect with the feelings and beliefs of others.  Imagine your mind is like a puzzle, and spiritual intelligence is one of the pieces that helps you see the bigger picture of who you are and how you fit into the world.  

Just like how you learn about your feelings and thoughts, spiritual intelligence helps you understand your deeper thoughts and the things that make you feel connected to the world around you.

It's like a way of looking at life from a more Feelfulness® and meaningful perspective.    

Metacognition is like thinking about thinking. It's when you're not just thinking about stuff, but you're also thinking about how you think. It's like being the manager and creator of your own thoughts.  

Now, spiritual intelligence takes this even further.  

Now, spiritual intelligence takes this even further.

It's like thinking about the really big questions, like why we exist, what's the meaning of life, and how we're all connected.  Imagine your thoughts are like different floors in a building.

You start on the ground floor where you think about regular things like food, games, and toys.  But then, when you use spiritual intelligence, you take an elevator and go up to higher floors.  

These floors are like expanded levels of consciousness.  On these higher floors, you're not just thinking about everyday stuff. You're thinking about things that are way bigger and deeper and especially how things work.  

You might think about love, kindness, and how everything in the world is connected in a special way. You might also feel a sense of wonder and peace, like when you look up at the stars and wonder about the universe.    

So, spiritual intelligence is like using your super thinking powers to explore these higher floors of thinking. It's like having a telescope for your mind to see things that are too far away for your regular thinking to reach.  

And just like how you can get better at games by practicing, you can also get better at spiritual intelligence by practicing and learning more about these big, meaningful concepts of existence that exist within you.

Inner Alchemy

Alchemy is the process of taking something ordinary and transforming it into something extraordinary. In today’s modern world, the idea of "alchemizing"  emotions and experiences is a concept that is intriguing and quite compelling because the idea of transforming the base of human emotions and experiences into something that is more valuable and more meaningful is quite extraordinary.

The aim of practical alchemy is to reach the highest level of vibrancy which is linked to a profound development of personality and consciousness. As such, personality vices can be transmuted into virtues.

Alchemy is central to renowned Swiss psychiatrist Carl Gustav Jung and his concept of the collective unconscious and to his objectives of psychotherapy and to the individuation process in general. During the last thirty years of his life, Jung embraced alchemy as a crucial component of his research in psychology. He found in alchemy a perfect symbiosis of ideas and images that matched his own understanding of the complexity of the psyche, affirming his beliefs regarding the unconscious's drive and direction.

Alchemy seeks to transform the lead of the unconscious  into the gold of wisdom, liberating your soul. The alchemists understood the connection between the anima and the soul - “the innermost and most secret numinous of human.”

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Chemistry is a science which deals with the chemical combination, separation, and recombination of physical substances.  By chemistry we may purify physical substances from all foreign elements, and divest them of physical impurities, but their own element will not be changed.

Alchemy deals with the purification and combination of astral elements, and with the development of lower forms and lower states into higher ones.  By alchemy we raise a principle into a higher and purer state of development.  

The processes in Nature by which combinations and decompositions of matter take place, such as putrefaction, caused by the contact of a substance with air, and the chemical combinations of two or more substances coming into contact with each other, are chemical processes. The growth of a tree out of a seed, the evolution of worlds, the development of precious metals out of an apparently worthless matrix, the growth of a fetus, the development of an animal or a human being, etc. are alchemical processes, because life itself enters into these processes, as a factor, and they would not take place without the action of life.

HELLENISTIC ALCHEMY Hellenistic alchemy was a philosophical and proto-scientific movement that emerged in the Mediterranean region during the Hellenistic period (3rd century BCE to the 3rd century CE) and is characterized by its fusion of Greek scientific ideas with Egyptian and Mesopotamian spiritual beliefs.

North - Air - in Hellenistic alchemy, the air symbol represents a life-giving force, and it is associated with the colors white and blue. Hippocrates (c. 460 – c. 370 BC), the father of Western Medicine, associated air with blood. Aristotle (384–322 BC) ancient Greek philosopher and polymath stated that air represented heat and wetness, the wetness being from water vapor, which was thought to be part of air. Air’s symbol is an upward triangle bisected by a horizontal line, and you might notice it is the Earth symbol, inverted.

East -  Fire - in Hellenistic alchemy, fire represents emotions such as passion, love, anger, and hate, which are sometimes referred to as “fiery” emotions. Aristotle labeled it as hot and dry, and it is represented by the colors red and orange, as well as the humor yellow bile. Additionally, fire is also seen as a more masculine symbol. The fire alchemy symbol is an upward-pointing triangle.

South - Water in Hellenistic alchemy is associated with feelings such as intuition as well as the color blue and is often linked to the alchemy symbol of mercury (as both are seen as feminine symbols). This water symbol is said to resemble containers for holding water, such as a cup or urn. The water alchemy symbol is the inverse of the fire symbol: a downward-point triangle.

West - Earth in Hellenistic alchemy represents physical movements and sensations, and it’s associated with the colors green and brown. Earth represents stability, shelter, potential, and stillness. Aristotle labeled Earth as cold and dry. Earth’s symbol is the inverse of air’s: a downward-point triangle bisected by a horizontal line.  Thales (c. 624/623  – c. 548/545 BC) was a Greek mathematician, astronomer and pre-Socratic philosopher who believed water was the first substance created in the world. Our own planet Earth is  

The Tria Prima, meaning "Three Primes" in Latin, was an important concept in alchemy. In ancient times, people didn't have the tools to discover tiny particles like quarks or photons, so they had different ideas about what everything was made of.

"To explain the qualities of the three Substances it would be necessary to explain the qualities of the Prima materia; but as the Prima materia mundi was the Fiat (Logos), who would dare to attempt to explain it?"
One well-known theory was the belief in four elements, but a 16th-century alchemist named Paracelsus had another idea: the Tria Prima consisted of three special materials: Salt, Sulphur, and Mercury, with these three materials making up everything in the world. Solid and long-lasting things were believed to be made of salt, while fluid and changeable things were connected to mercury. Sulphur was associated with things that could burn.

This idea was a step toward the modern understanding of elements (sulphur and mercury are still recognized in chemistry).

But the Tria Prima also had a spiritual meaning. In Latin, Anima meant soul, Spiritus meant spirit, and Corpus meant body. Each of these ideas matched one of the Tria Prima materials.
Salt represented the physical body, which is solid but can deteriorate over time.
Sulphur represented the soul, the fiery energy of life (it burns with a blue flame).
Mercury represented the mind / spirit —flexible and always changing, connecting the body and soul.

The three Substances are three forms or aspects of the one universal will-substance out of which everything was created; for the unmanifested Absolute in manifesting itself reveals itself as a trinity of cause, action, and effect; father, son, and the holy ghost; body, soul, and spirit.

So, even though the idea of the Tria Prima as fundamental elements is outdated, the trio of body, soul, and spirit (mind) remains an important aspect of the self.

Who is Alchemy for?

Alchemy is not a religion – it is a spiritual practice. It is a secret science of illumination and inner liberation, with a focus on transformation and change for those who:  
• are on a journey of self-realization
• want to connect with their body
• want to connect with their inner being – the Soul
• look for balance in their life
• look for natural ways of healing
• search for understanding of sacred geometry
• search for understanding of alchemy
• seek for their spiritual path
• seek ancient hidden knowledge

"There are hundreds of different kinds of salt, sulphur, and mercury in the universe and in the human system, and the greatest arcana (potencies) are contained in them. All things are hidden in them in the same sense as a pear is hidden in a pear-tree and grapes in a vine. The superficial observer sees only that which exists for his senses, but the interior sight discovers the things of the future. A gardener knows that a vine will produce no pears, and a pear-tree no grapes. The ignorant speak of heat and cold, of dryness and moisture, of sweetness and acidity, of bitterness and astringency, without knowing the cause that produces such qualities; but the wise recognise in them the qualities of the stars" (Paragranum).

Shadow Work

Shadow Work 

Were you aware that your own shadow represents the biggest obstacle to self-actualization? The shadow symbolizes the aspects of your personality that you have disowned or failed to acknowledge. Integrating the shadow is arguably the most crucial process for genuine psychological growth. Curiously enough, it is rarely discussed in personal development literature—and for good reason. The shadow is a topic we tend to avoid because it doesn't make us feel good. Our endeavors in self-improvement often aim to uplift us, while shadow integration seeks to ground us.  

Interestingly, our pursuit of feeling better about ourselves actually gives rise to a range of neurotic and anxious behaviors, such as excessive work, overindulgence (in food, alcohol, media, etc.), and overthinking. Ultimately, this leads to a sense of inner dissatisfaction, causing you to operate on autopilot, constantly comparing and judging yourself and others.

Shadow integration emerges as one of the most significant actions you can take for your personal growth because it helps dismantle the unproductive "games" you engage in, consciously or unconsciously. By resolving these internal conflicts, you get to unlock greater inner freedom.  What would you like to do with that much freedom?

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The Great Work in alchemy is the purification of the essence of the substance and a reunion of The Three Primes – Salt (body), Sulfur (soul) and Mercury (mind) - in a perfected state. Therefore, mentally it is a purification of Self – finding our inner truths and balancing the masculine and feminine principles into a synergistic whole.  

The goal of the Great Work is a perfected state of consciousness that combines passion and feeling with thought and imagination. It is turning our soul into gold.  

One of the key themes in "Psychology and Alchemy" is the idea of the transformation of The Self. Jung believed that the alchemical process was a metaphor for the process of psychological transformation- individuation.

For Jung the shadow is a term used to describe the parts of the self that are repressed or denied. Jung believed that the shadow was an essential aspect of the self, together with the persona and anima/animus and that the alchemical process involved a confrontation with the shadow and the process of individuation.

As a result of Jung’s writings on alchemy, many have begun to understand the nature of the inner alchemical work which is the work on “the shadow,” -the lead- the dreaded, rejected, and unacknowledged parts of our psyche. The gold alchemized from the lead, is our own true nature, the Self.  


A shaman is a person who has been forced by fate to take an inner-awe-filled journey which gives a new form to the person. This journey demands sacrifice, isolation from the collective’s expectations, and a particular form of courage to be able to accept new forms of awareness and new forms of the divine.  

Every religious tradition has stories of persons who have walked the “shamanic path.” Some religious traditions have called shamans by different names: sage, saint, and Bodhisattva are but a few of these names. There is also the little-discussed Christian shamanic tradition in which Carl G. Jung stands, both as a visionary and as a healer of souls.

Shamanism is the oldest spiritual practice in the world, it exists since the beginning of time. A shaman is a person who can enter alternate states of consciousness -at will- to “travel” spiritually in between this world and the other worlds, for the purpose of finding healing, knowledge, guidance and help for others.

Shamans often say their powers are inherited. In traditional societies shamanic training varies in length, but generally takes years. Other shamans have been “called” through dreams or signs or illness. A shamanic “call” phenomenon is often a "shamanistic initiatory crisis", a rite of passage for shamans-to-be, commonly involving physical illness or psychological crisis. The significant role of initiatory illnesses in the calling of a shaman was described in the chapter The Power of Will of my book Feelfulness® Feel a Feeling by Choice.

Shamanism is not a self-elected vocation and those who decide to become shamans as an ego enhancing title will not succeed because shamans are always chosen for their role by the helping spirits of the cosmos. When someone is called to be a shaman, they usually attempt to avoid the calling -because they don’t understand it.

Native American shamanic practices use the four elements with the four directions North, East, South, West, and call this “The Medicine Wheel” which helps bring balance and harmony to the self and the world, through visualization, journeying, rituals, and other techniques to connect with the directions and elements to access their life force power.

•Directions: north, east, south, west.
•Elements: air, fire (or sun), water, earth  
•Stages of life: birth, youth, adult (or elder), death.  
•Seasons: spring, summer, fall, winter.
•Life Aspects: intellectual, spiritual, emotional, physical.  

Each direction has it’s element which is associated with different qualities and can be used to represent different aspects of the self in various states and their relationships to one’s environment.

In Native America the four directions are also associated with animal totems, where each animal has its strength and weaknesses, which are used for therapeutic purposes to  reframe client’s own strengths and weaknesses to achieve adaptive states.

North - Air - Intellect - is associated with communication, connection, and the intellect.  The animal totem is eagle. The season is winter and represents the hour of midnight. Midnight is a very powerful time in the circle of days. At his hour the veils between worlds grow thin and we can see things, experience things that otherwise would remain hidden. Air provides discoveries, comprehension of deeper mysteries, deductive reasoning, and logic.  

East - Fire - Spiritual- is associated with passion, transformation, and the will. The animal tome is wolf. The season is spring, when the earth awakens from slumber and begins restoring beauty to the land. It is warm again. We feel vibrant and creative. East is the direction of the rising sun and represents a new beginning, fresh vision, rebirth, and ascension This provides illumination, particularly in matters of the heart. Fire is the pulse of creation which awaits to make a spark of life.  

South - Water - Emotional - is associated with emotions, intuition, and the unconscious. The animal totem is bear. The season is summer where life engages, it is dynamic, spontaneous, and pleasurable. South represents our inner child who is truly alive and curious and wants to experience everything through the senses. Water provides cleansing by releasing old habits, pains or patterns that hold us  back.  Water signifies transformation and although fluid and flexible is unbreakable.

West - Earth - Physical - is often associated with stability, grounding, and materiality. The animal totem is buffalo. The season is fall when the earth readies itself for sleep and regeneration of winter. Earth provides shelter (stone, wood) and nurture (ground, minerals, flowers, fruits, legumes grains) grounds us, and vibrates on a prosperous level. West is the key direction for beginning a vision quest.

The shamanic elements should not be confused with the classical Greek concept of the four elements, which were developed by philosophers Empedocles and Aristotle, because the Greek elements have different meanings.

There are as many forms of shamanism as there are indigenous cultures. In China, west is the direction of enlightenment. In India, people face west to pray, the direction of Mecca. Judaism tells us that moving westward brings us closer to the shining presence of the Divine. Egyptians alike believed west is where the door to the next world resides. Aztec civilization and the ancient Celtic tradition are similar, and you must go to edge of the sea to find the “nether world”.

Shamanic knowledge comes with a great set of
responsibilities towards the universe. Working with any form of power requires long training and a broad practical experience.

Shamanic practices goes hand in hand with rituals of
purification as well as prayers for assistance and gratitude to the spirits. This reminds the shaman that they are not exclusively responsible for bringing about changes. Such rituals keep the shaman in a balanced awareness which sustains ethical practice. The habitual intuition by which shamans live and work is developed by drawing upon the web of knowledge accumulated by experience and clear observation and it is maintained by practicing reverence of the sacred.

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Evolving to Higher Consciousness

Evolving to Higher Consciousness comes with Integrity, Heart and Soul and seeks to Explore the Deeper Truths of this world seeking to serve and assist through these deeper truths of the universe and life.

1. Before thought, there is the sense.  Sense comes before thought!  

2. Before one attains understanding with/in thought, one attains it with the senses.  

3. The senses bring the understanding in the form of an image, while the thought gives it verbal description.  

4. The sense perceptions together with understanding and verbal description bring knowledge.  

5. Knowledge is not yet complete: the senses distinguish between the essence and the being before verbal expression brings quality or quantity, while sense perception is constantly shifting and relative.  

6. When one attempts to understand the essence and the being without the image of the senses, one will find the knowledge confusing.  

7. Seeking the essence without attributing quality to it, will unite the senses with the knowledge into wisdom that comes suddenly like a flash.  

Shamanic Alchemy

Shamanic Alchemy is a spiritual and transformative practice that combines elements of traditional shamanism with the principles and practices of alchemy. It is a holistic approach to personal and spiritual growth, rooted in ancient wisdom and mystical traditions. While traditional shamanism focuses primarily on healing, communing with spirits, and journeying into non-ordinary realities, shamanic alchemy expands upon these principles by incorporating the alchemical framework of transformation, transmutation, and spiritual evolution.

In the context of human psychology, alchemy is used to transform negative emotions and experiences into positive ones, to integrate the aspects of the self and achieve a sense of wholeness. At its essence, alchemy is a power or process that changes or “transforms” something in a mysterious or profound way.

Why? Because in our modernistic attitudes, and the way in which we choose to think about circumstances, situations, and events we have lost control over our ability to influence an outcome as clear evidence of human’s free will.  

It integrates the metaphorical language and symbolism of alchemy to deepen the understanding of spiritual processes and the journey of self-discovery. Shamanic alchemy recognizes that the external world is a reflection of the internal world, and seeks to bring about profound inner transformation through the exploration of consciousness, energy, and the subtle realms. It involves the exploration of one's personal and collective unconscious, the transmutation of emotional and energetic patterns, and the integration of shadow aspects to achieve wholeness and spiritual evolution.

Through various practices such as shamanic journeying, energy healing, ritual, ceremony, meditation, and sacred plant medicine work, practitioners of shamanic alchemy aim to transmute and refine the energies of the body, mind, and spirit. They seek to awaken higher levels of consciousness, access deeper realms of wisdom, and cultivate a harmonious relationship with the natural world and the interconnected web of life. Shamanic alchemy embraces the principles of transformation, interconnectedness, and the sacredness of all existence.

It invites individuals to embark on a profound inner alchemical journey, working with the elements, archetypes, symbols, and energetic forces to awaken their true potential, heal past wounds, and embody their highest selves.
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The First Matter - The Primal One Thing The First Matter gave the universe its properties and existed before time & space. It borderlines between manifested and unmanifested reality.  It is chaotic and fluid, constantly changing into its opposite in a cosmic play of creation and destruction.  It is the spinning forces of darkness and light, each containing the seed of the other and constantly changing into one another. Much like the Yin-Yang in Eastern traditions.

Sulfur – The Essence of Life – The Spirit /Mind 
Sulfur (The King) is the omnipresent essence of life. That which fuels and what is changed in the fire. It is the fiery active masculine principle – associated with the Sun. Sulfur is the flammable oily material extracted from substances, such as the essential oils of plants. Other forms of sulfur are oil, fat, wood and coal. It represents all those characteristics that we now associate with the notion of the active energy. The Sulfur unites the two contraries, the body and the spirit, and changes them into one essence.

Mercury – The Fluid Connection between Above & Below – The Soul
Mercury (The Queen) is the volatile watery essence of the fire; the flames, light, heat, and smoke being issued. Mercury is the passive feminine principle – associated with the Moon. It represents the hidden essence and creative source of life within things, and it is usually extracted from substances by the process of distillation. As such, Mercury is like the basic blueprint of a thing, the carrier of its image or ideal form that comes into being through the interaction of Sulfur and Salt. Mercury embodies those characteristics that we now associate with the concept of light and mind.

Salt – The Base Matter – The Body 
Salt is the fixed essence of a substance burning, which resists the fire and is found in the ashes. Salt represents fixity, materialization, and the formation of bodies. It holds the characteristics that we associate with the idea of mass or matter. Salt shows up at both the beginning and the end of The Great Work. It is the imperfect, gross and corrupted matter at the beginning of the work, which must be destroyed and dissolved to release its essences, so it can be purified and reconstituted into the perfected new Salt at the end: the True Self.

The Elements Emerge from the Three Prime Essentials
The Elements, the fundamental principles of matter, have their origin in the Three Prime Essentials. The archetypal force of Sulfur gives rise to the Fire Element. Mercury, in keeping with its dual nature, produces both the Air and Water Element. And finally, the Salt principle is the source of the Earth Element.

In the realm of alchemy, the concept of anima and animus holds significant importance as elucidated by the renowned Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung. According to Jung, anima and animus represent the feminine and masculine archetypes that exist within each individual's psyche, regardless of gender.

The anima, residing within men, embodies the unconscious feminine qualities such as emotion, intuition, and nurturing, while the animus, present in women, embodies masculine traits such as logic, assertiveness, and independence. These archetypal energies act as a bridge between the conscious and unconscious aspects of the self, playing a crucial role in the process of self-realization and individuation.

By embracing and integrating these opposing forces, individuals can achieve a harmonious balance, unlocking a deeper understanding of themselves and the world around them. Alchemy, in its transformative nature, offers a rich metaphorical framework through which the journey of anima and animus integration can be explored, leading to profound personal and spiritual growth.

Anima Mundi, Latin for "soul of the world," is the universal soul or spirit that permeates all of existence. It suggests that there is a vital, interconnected energy that animates and unifies everything in the natural world, from plants and animals to humans and beyond. This notion reflects the belief that all living and non-living entities are interconnected and share a profound interdependence. Anima Mundi highlights the inherent sacredness and interconnectedness of all life, emphasizing the need for reverence, harmony, and stewardship in our relationship with the world around us.

Sacred Geometry

The principles of sacred geometry have been known since the beginning of time, and that they have been encoded into the fabric of the universe itself.

Sacred geometry teaches that there is a fundamental order and structure to the universe, and that this structure can be understood and represented through the use of geometric shapes and patterns. In this sense, sacred geometry provides a way of exploring and understanding the interconnectedness of all things and the relationships between different elements of the universe.

Johannes Kepler believed that the five platonic solids (tetrahedron, hexahedron, octahedron, dodecahedron, and icosahedron) played a key role in the structure of the universe. He proposed that the planets were nested within each other in the form of these solids, with the spheres representing their orbits. This idea was based on the concept of music of the spheres, which held that the harmony and proportion in the universe could be expressed through musical ratios.


In the 19th century the revival of alchemy evolves into an art focused on the spiritual enlightenment or illumination of its practitioners, rather than the physical manipulation of tools and chemicals.  This revival of alchemy unveils what used to be considered “mysteries,” knowledge which was access only by initiates.  

Sacred Geometry’s origins are traced back to the 2000 BCE–1001 BCE in Greek, Egyptian, and Mesopotamian cultures which are considered the birthplace of civilization. According to Herodotus (c. 484 – c. 425 BC) Greek historian and geographer, geometry was established by the ancient Egyptians. This is supported by hieroglyphics as written evidence from Egypt itself.  

Geometric patterns are found throughout nature and life and are a fascinating phenomenon. In nature, they are found in the formation of snowflakes, honeycombs, and flowers.  In life, they can be observed in a variety of ways, such as the spiral of a staircase or the shape of a seashell.

Geometric patterns are also found in art, architecture, and human behavior.  The “sacred” part is that these geometric patterns -demonstrate clear mathematical formulas, and their structure are the evidence of divine planning and creation. More specifically there are only Five regular Platonic Solids in the entire universe. They are special because they are Perfect!  

The Greeks considered these five perfect polyhedrons to be mysteries, and only the initiates had access to knowledge of the platonic solids as the “Language of Creation.”  Those who divulged the geometric construction methods through these polyhedrons were immediately eliminated from the school of Pythagoras, a school on which Plato exerted an important influence.

All of life is composed of these five perfect geometrical patterns: cells, DNA, plants, animals, minerals, viruses, bacteria, planets, solar systems, stars, galaxies -all that exists-  including thoughts and feelings!  Their symmetry and their properties guarantee a perfectly balanced structure.  

Humans and many other vertebrates have at least five special senses: olfaction (smell), gustation (taste), equilibrium (balance and body position), vision, and hearing.

Another key element of sacred geometry is the golden ratio, which is a mathematical formula that describes the proportion between two parts of a whole. This ratio is said to be found in many natural and man-made objects and is considered to be a symbol of harmony and balance.

The golden ratio is 1.618, represented by the Greek letter 'phi', is said to be is a mathematical connection between two aspects of an object. It is also called the Fibonacci sequence and it can be found across all of nature: plants, animals, humans, weather structures, star systems.  

Five is a significant number: •Five sensory sense systems: the eyes, ears, skin, nose, and tongue are the input systems or input channels. •Five major internal organs: brain, heart, lungs, kidneys, liver. •Five fingers or toes on each extremity, almost all amphibians, reptiles, and mammals. Sacred geometry was influenced by the study of mathematics and astronomy and many scholars believe that the principles of sacred geometry have been known since the beginning of time.

Many sacred geometric symbols and structures can be found in spiritual traditions around the world, including Hinduism, Buddhism, and Christianity. They are also commonly found in the architecture of sacred buildings, such as temples, cathedrals, and mosques.

Contemporary alchemy is explored and practiced as a way of life and as a means of attaining higher states of consciousness where the four classical elements of Earth, Air, Fire, and Water have different meanings and associations than they do in older beliefs. The elements are associated with physical matter, but also with spiritual and psychological states. The symbols are the platonic solids, the only 5 regular platonic solids which are said the basis of architecture of all that is: tangible and intangible.

North - Air - Octahedron in contemporary alchemy is associated with the spirit, the breath of life, and the intellect. It represents the ethereal, spiritual aspect of matter.  

According to Carl Jung, Air people are the Thinking type and are more likely to be "detached, communicative, interested in the world of ideas, and favoring rationality."  Air people tend to reference life experiences to a preexisting framework of ideas. "This framework may come from books or outside teachings and conversations of others."

East - Fire - Tetrahedron in contemporary alchemy is associated with transformation, passion, and the soul. It represents the dynamic, active aspect of matter, and is thought to be the "soul" of matter.

According to Carl Jung, Fire people are the Intuitive type and are usually described as "warm, outgoing, self-centered,  lucky" and are very friendly. They are full of "vitality and spontaneity and tend to be children at heart."  

South - Water - Icosahedron  in contemporary alchemy is associated with emotion, intuition, and the unconscious. It represents the fluid, receptive aspect of matter, associated with salt, which is the "memory" of matter.  

According to Carl Jung, Water people are the Feeling type and value "personal relationships and human values," without which "the world is devoid of hope or joy." Water people go to great lengths to preserve relationships - at their own expense- even if they need to create some sort of crisis, in order to evoke a feeling response from another.  

West – Earth - Cube in contemporary alchemy is associated with materiality and the physical world. It represents the solid, grounded aspect of matter, rhythm reliability and consistency.  

According to Carl Jung, Earth people are the Sensation type and are usually described "as practical, efficient, full of common sense, realistic, well-organized," who value security before all others.

Center - Ether -  Dodecahedron represents the spirit, Divine creation of life and the highest form of Consciousness. It can help you to raise your frequency and to connect with higher dimensions and your higher self. It’s the perfect tool for meditation. 

Soul Contracts

Soul Contracts are a fascinating information that takes you on an ever evolving journey of self discovery. are available for both individual and couples. Soul Contracts reveal your purpose for incarnation and how you are meant to experience the events of life in order to deliver your gifts to All of Creation. This "contract" is about being-ness, and it helps you see & understand the patterns created during the course of your life.  

The same applies to a couple's relationship; a relationship has a life of its own, it comes with a purpose and a unique delivery of that purpose.  Understanding these complex patterns brings you  a significant shift in your happiness,  relationships and your experience of life together. Definitions which seek to correct certain errors in the human belief system about life, death and existence.

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Christian Practices

Christian Practices comparable to Eastern Meditation include Contemplative Prayer, Centering Prayer, and Christian Mindfulness.

These practices aim to cultivate inner stillness, awareness, and connection with the divine, much like Eastern meditation techniques. They share similarities in their focus on present-moment awareness, self-reflection, and spiritual growth.  

Contemplative Prayer involves silently resting in the presence of God, opening oneself to God's love and guidance. It emphasizes letting go of thoughts and distractions to be fully present with the divine.  

Centering Prayer is a specific form of contemplative prayer that involves choosing a sacred word or phrase as a point of focus and gently returning to it whenever the mind wanders. This practice fosters a sense of inner peace and connection with God.  

Christian Mindfulness draws on the principles of mindfulness (non-judgmental awareness) and incorporates Christian themes and Scriptures into the practice. It involves paying non-judgmental attention to the present moment, deepening one's awareness of God's presence in everyday life.

Every religious tradition has stories of persons who have walked the “shamanic path.” Some religious traditions have called shamans by different names: sage, saint, priests and Bodhisattva are but a few of these names. There is also the little-discussed Christian shamanic tradition in which Carl G. Jung stands, both as a visionary and as a healer of souls. A shaman is a person who has been forced by fate to take an inner-awe-filled journey which gives a new form to the person. This journey demands sacrifice, isolation from the collective’s expectations, and a particular form of courage to be able to accept new forms of awareness and new forms of the divine.

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It's important to note that while Christian practices can offer significant psychological benefits, they are not a replacement for professional mental health treatment when needed.  For those struggling with severe anxiety or other mental health issues, seeking guidance from a qualified mental health professional is essential.  

Additionally, individuals from non-Christian backgrounds may find similar benefits from various forms of secular mindfulness and meditation practices. The key is to find a practice that resonates with one's beliefs and values and can contribute positively to overall well-being.

This intriguing convergence between Eastern and Western spiritual practices underscores the universal human quest for inner peace, self-awareness, and a profound connection with the spiritual realm.

While the methods and beliefs may differ, the shared pursuit of these fundamental aspects of human existence illustrates the rich tapestry of our global spiritual heritage. In Eastern traditions, truth is perceived through intuition, a mode of apprehension distinct from cognitive thinking. In contrast, Christianity teaches that truth comes through revelation. God’s most complete revelation is found in the person and through the work of Christ who was none other than God Himself in human flesh. The truth, according to Christianity, is understood with the mind and is then embraced with the heart.  

It is intriguing to note the parallels between Christianity, psychology, and hypnotherapy, all of which guide individuals to grasp concepts with their minds before enabling them to embrace with their hearts.  

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The Sacred

William James, Carl Jung, Mircea Eliade, and Rudolf Otto are all scholars who have written extensively about the concept of The Sacred in their respective fields of psychology. While each has a unique perspective, they all share a common interest in understanding the experience of the sacred.

William James believed that The Sacred and God are natural and universal human experience. In his book "The Varieties of Religious Experience," he argues that the sacred is a transcendent and mysterious experience that is beyond our everyday, mundane reality. He describes the sacred as a feeling of awe, wonder, and reverence that people often experience in the presence of something greater than themselves, such as nature, art, or God.

Mircea Eliade in his book "The Sacred and the Profane," distinguishes between the sacred and the profane as two distinct categories of experience. According to Eliade, the sacred refers to a realm of experience that is filled with spiritual meaning and significance, while the profane refers to the everyday, secular world of ordinary experience. He argues that the experience of the sacred is fundamental to human existence and that it provides the sense of orientation and meaning in life. Eliade also suggests that alchemy is a form of "technique of the sacred" that allows the alchemist to access the spiritual realm, and to communicate with the divine. He notes that alchemy, like shamanism, is a "way of becoming sacred" and that it can lead to a state of "cosmic awareness" and "illumination."

The psychological phenomenon of a suddenly appearing, extremely enigmatic, and at the same time fascinating state in which one feels influenced by higher powers was described as a “numinous experience” by Otto and Jung.  Rudolf Otto in his book "The Idea of the Holy," describes the sacred as a numinous experience that is characterized by a sense of awe and fascination in the presence of the divine. He argues that the experience of the sacred is distinct from other forms of experience and is characterized by a sense of mystery, transcendence, and ineffability that cannot be fully captured by words or concepts.

Carl Jung states that The Sacred is what helps us to appreciate and enter into a relationship with the numinous aspects of the psyche, or soul. He argued that the experience of the sacred is a fundamental part of human psychology and that it could be accessed through dreams, myths, and symbols and not just through repetition of religious ritual for obligation's sake.  Carl Jung’s encounter with The Sacred was feeling the presence of the numinous and states that this feeling forms the center of a whole and fulfilled human life and is central to the process of healing and individuation as he understood it.

Jung states that the wide-spread loss of soul is due to the lack  of living numinous experiences and the loss of a spiritual belief system. To Jung and Eliade, religion is not defined through institutionalized practices, but as a personal need to invoke and invite the Sacred into our daily lives. Jung argued that the sacred was not limited to traditional religious obligations to God, but could also be found in secular experiences such as nature, music, sports, and art. He believed that the sacred was a manifestation of the collective unconscious, and that it provided individuals with a sense of meaning and purpose in life.

Jung identified several archetypes that are related to the experience of the sacred, including the Self, the Divine Child, and the Wise Old Man. The Self is the central archetype that represents the integration of the conscious and unconscious aspects of the psyche. Jung believed that the experience of the Self was a transcendent and numinous experience that could be accessed through meditation, prayer, or other spiritual practices.  The Divine Child archetype represents the potential for renewal and rebirth in the individual. It is associated with the experience of innocence, wonder, and creativity. The Wise Old Man archetype represents wisdom, insight, and guidance. It is associated with the experience of transcendence and the search for meaning and purpose in life.

Jung believed that the experience of the sacred was an essential part of the individuation process, the journey towards wholeness and integration of the psyche. He believed that individuals who were able to integrate the sacred into their lives were more likely to experience a sense of wholeness, meaning and purpose, and to live a fulfilling life.

Nowadays psychologists use different terminologies to describe the concept of the sacred, depending on their theoretical perspective and research focus. Here are some examples:

1. Transcendence - the experience of going beyond the limits of the everyday self and connecting with something greater than oneself. This can include experiences of awe, wonder, and spiritual insight.

2. Greater Good - the idea that individuals should act in ways that benefit the larger community or society, even if it requires personal sacrifice or inconvenience. The greater good is often associated with ethical and moral values, and is frequently invoked in discussions of social responsibility, justice, and altruism. The concept of the greater good can be seen as a secular expression of the sacred, as it implies a sense of collective purpose and responsibility that transcends individual interests and selfish desires. In some cases, the pursuit of the greater good can be considered a form of spiritual practice, as it involves a commitment to values that are seen as transcendent and meaningful.

3. Peak Experience - a moment of intense joy, creativity, or fulfillment that can be triggered by a variety of activities, such as sports, music, or artistic expression.

4. Numinous Experience - the feeling of awe, reverence, or sacredness that is often associated with encounters with the divine or with sacred objects or places. Numinous experiences can be triggered by a variety of stimuli, such as music, art, nature, or religious rituals.

5. Ultimate Concern - the highest value or purpose that an individual or community holds. It is often associated with religious or spiritual beliefs and can provide a sense of meaning and direction in life.

6. Flow – the state of optimal experience characterized by complete absorption and engagement in a challenging activity. Flow experiences are often associated with creativity, productivity, and enjoyment, and are said to be deeply rewarding and fulfilling. Flow experiences can be triggered by a variety of activities, such as sports, art, music, or work, and are often described as moments of "being in the zone" or "losing oneself" in the task at hand. Many scholars have argued that flow experiences can be considered sacred, as they provide a sense of transcendence and connection with something greater than oneself.

7. Mystical Experience - a type of spiritual experience characterized by a sense of unity or oneness with the divine or with all things. Mystical experiences often involve feelings of transcendence, ineffability, and intense emotional arousal.

spiritual mastery for self development

Spiritual Healing is a sacred methodology that deals with the spiritual aspect of self and self-development.

Spiritual healing does not replace the need for traditional medical treatment, yet a lot of care and advanced preparation is required for to maximize your healing session. 

merging with your highest purpose

Merging with Highest Purpose is a powerful series of integration and activation, guided journeys, retrievals and invocations, building (or re-building) the light body while fully merging with Higher Self or True Self.
This process unfolds over time where the individual renounces the Ego (the dreaded self) and allows the True Self to guide life on earth, as the original creator intended.  

Several options are available for those longing to re-build their light body, to accommodate for their budget.

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I have perfected the art of Soul Retrieval for both Individual and Couples. I have helped couples cancel their divorce proceedings and re-ignite the essence of their path together.

Spiritual healing does not replace the need for traditional medical treatment, yet a lot of care and advanced preparation is required for a Soul Retrieval, in order to maximize your healing session.

According to Sandra Ingerman “whenever we experience trauma, a part of our vital essence (soul) separates from us in order to survive the experience by escaping the full impact of the pain.”

This quiet occurrence, known as soul loss, takes the form of a perpetual feeling and experience of incompleteness and disconnection. Depression and addictions are also a sign of soul loss.


Becoming more conscious of it through healing means that we will be able to harmonize our relationship with ourselves and with others. It also means that we will get access to great insights and wisdom, which were always offered to us but were unable to us be accessed.

sacred geometry - original blueprint

Sacred geometry is used in a healing practice to help us reconnect with the spirit and nature to bring balance back into our lives. This works on all levels of our existence, affecting the physical body, emotional body, rational and irrational part of us, our emotions, and our spiritual body.

Our original blueprint Divine geometric coding hold the keys to a happier, more fulfilling life. This coding is installed in us, naturally, but through conditioning and exposure to earthly life, we lost touch with this natural aspect of ourselves.

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Think of it as oxygen. We need oxygen to live, but we can’t necessarily see it per se. Like oxygen, we need to be interconnected with the world around us, and we do so by sacred geometry as main perception of our environment.

This healing approach reaches the root cause of issues by purifying our energy field and strengthening our connection with the original blueprint.

self - soul - spirit

We all have a higher self. It is the part of us that exists together with our body and mind, but we are not aware of it’s existence as we were thought to separate our spiritual self from our body and mind.

 Some call it the soul, some call it the spirit, some call it the essence. What we call it does not matter too much.

We each long for it, it caries our life purpose and it unifies us with ourselves.


Ceremony is been used as an essential part of healing for many centuries. Because physical and spiritual health are intimately connected, body and spirit must heal together.

 Traditional healing ceremonies promote wellness by reflecting Creation’s conception of Spirit, Body and the Universe.

They can include prayer, chants, drumming, songs, stories, and a variety of sacred objects.  Energy healing is a complementary modality that shouldn’t exclude any Western medicine you may be taking.


Shamanism is the oldest practice of devotion to Creation. Shamanism teaches about creation, the web of life and connecting with nature.

Shamanic practices may originate as early as the Paleolithic, before any organized religions, and certainly as early as the Neolithic period.

Shamans -through altered states of consciousness, such as trance- are typically thought to have the ability to heal the sick, to communicate with the otherworld, and often to escort the souls to the otherworld.

chakra balancing

Chakra balancing is the process of restoring a harmonious flow of energy across the chakra system.

The effect of well balanced chakras often translates into a feeling of well-being, relaxation, centeredness, increased vitality and embodiment of oneself.


Relationships are the toughest thing to do in life. We have relationships with everything that surrounds us and we go through a variety of relationship phases.  

Some may be struggling to find a mate, others may be wrestling with hurt feelings, some are looking to reignite their passion, while others are overwhelmed with workplace stress. It's important to have several coaching resources available for these different relational phases.

soul contracts 4 individuals and couples

Soul Contracts reveal your purpose for incarnation & how you are meant to experience the events of life in order to deliver your gifts to All of Creation. This "contract" is about being-ness, and it helps you see & understand the patterns created during the course of your life.  
The same applies to a couple's relationship; a relationship has a life of its own, it comes with a purpose and a unique delivery of that purpose.

Understanding these complex patterns brings you  a significant shift in your happiness,  relationships and your experience of life together.  Definitions which seek to correct certain errors in the human belief system about life, death and existence.

not much happens without attention

Attention is the most important skill of life, and it is the basis for all other skills you need to be independent, productive and successful at what you do.
Focusing is very important because focusing is the gateway to all thinking, perception, memory, learning, reasoning, problem-solving and decision-making.

Without good Focus all aspects of your ability to Think will suffer.  If you can't Focus effectively you can Think effectively.  

We have developed some groundbreaking techniques that will enhance your concentration, ability to focus, and increase your attention span and memory recall.

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Perseverance and persistence are my main supporting friends. I've been dealing with several autoimmune conditions that took a lifetime to diagnose and get treatment for; as if that were not enough, a few inattentive people drove straight into my vehicle; but these troubles play just a small part and they do Not define who I Am.

My heroes are Carl Jung, MD, Milton Erickson, MD, William James, PhD, and Martin Seligman PhD, both having dealt with physical illnesses, but despite these challenges they each revolutionized hypnotherapy and functional psychology respectively.

There is something very interesting that happens to people bound by chronic physical conditions: most realize the limitations of the physicalness and begin to expand their mind beyond their ordinary limits.

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Working with the Rays of Creation within Sacred Geometry's original blue print of original creation is one of the most transformative, uplifting and fulfilling growth and practices of integrity and kindness ever encountered.

Shifting your I  AM Presence within the configuration of your Soul and your Soul's extensions brings you a large freedom of being-ness, a permission to be beautiful as you are and an integrity weaved with kindness to deliver your gifts to your fellow humans.

I offer a unique blend of Spirituality coupled with neuro-linguistics to generate a state by using triplicates to become-an-identity with arousal states for conceptual realizations in a quite playful permissive way, to create solid memories, for immediate use in the future, that will benefit both you and your client or people under your leadership.

My approach is applied positive psychology with a blend of holistic cognitive behavior, focusing on creating a happy stress-free life for you, by enhancing your overall health and well-being and your personal and work relationships.

As energy intuitive I can help you get quickly to the core of your difficulties. We start with light trance to bring about self-awareness into awareness and then initiate a goal-oriented action plan that is best suited for you, just for you.

I am a neo-Shaman working with the Rays of Creation and Sacred Geometry, a Reiki Master Teacher, Energy Psychology and Tong Ren Practitioner. In addition I am certified by the American Board of Hypnotherapy, by the American Board of NeuroLinguistics.

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