Sacred Wound

Emotional wounds are common in this human life. They come from various hurts as feeling rejected on the playground to being abandoned by a parent or caregiver; being humiliated by peers for the apparent deformities of our body or aberrations of our mind; or most detrimental feeling betrayed by those we have naturally given our trust. The wounds of childhood cause an …

From 3rd dimension to 5th dimension: the tunnel of the the 4th

In the 3rd dimension we have been living In the 5th we are destined to evolve In the between, a long tunnel of darkness, The subconscious that lives in the basement of your psyche The 4th dimension. At this stage of human evolution, we must do the work of transformation, we must move through the eye of the needle – from …

The journey from the head to the heart

The longest journey you will ever do is the descent from your head to your heart, the journey from who you think you are to who you truly are. This journey may be long and tenuous as you have accumulated habits in the course of your life. Bruce Lipton said that 95% of our life is unconscious, which means that most of …

The Silver Wheel

The Silver Wheel is a consciousness map helping you to orient yourself in the depth of your inner landscape, as it is easy to get lost in the midst of feelings and emotions, physical sensations and more likely thoughts!  Although in absolute truth you are always here and now, the mind that wanders may run away far in the 4 directions, …

Healing and awakening happens in Kairos time

The Greeks had two different words to define time: – Chronos: the linear, quantitative and measurable time that passes seconds after seconds to years after years; – Kairos: the qualitative time of the now, the Other realm of God consciousness; it is made of moments, when linear time stops for you to enter the realm of pure presence. It is …

Samhain, Halloween and Death

Death is only a passage into another realm. Halloween’s origins date back to the ancient Celtic festival of Samhain (pronounced sow-in). The Celts, who lived 2,000 years ago in the area that is now Ireland, the United Kingdom and northern France, celebrated their new year on November 1. This day marked the end of summer and the harvest and the …