A Few Words about...
We are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
― Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (philosopher, priest, palaeontologist and geologist)
People have always been important in my life and central to my work. Being a highly sensitive and empathetic person for as long as I can remember, I have always found it easy to sense people's pain, emotions, concerns, even their thoughts and subtle energies. Scientists assign this ability to the heightened numbers of mirror neurons in the brain. Metaphysical sciences see such qualities as a part of an individual's evolution.
Whatever the cause of my extreme sensitivity, it made the choice of my vocation obvious, inevitable and almost inescapable for me. Ten years ago, I left my familiar, comfortable and safe world of mostly left-brain driven education and work to become a Healer.
I started my career as an entrepreneur in the early 90s; worked as an interpreter, travelling across the former USSR; taught English at the Uzbek World Languages University; helped train US soldiers in a German military base; participated in change management and project controls in an oil and gas engineering company in Scotland...
I did everything that would allow me to be 'acceptable' and accepted by society, while suppressing and hiding that whom I truly was. I had a vivid and varied life, travelling, studying, meeting people, yet, despite always helping lighten up people's lives wherever I went, I knew I could do much more.
From my early years, I have been attracted to the metaphysical. I encountered Reiki when I lived in Israel, over 20 years ago. Back then, Israel was rapidly becoming a booming centre for all types of spiritual knowledge and practice. Many modalities, from Qaballah to Buddhism, were equally exciting and enticing. Yet, my most profound and impactful early training in metaphysics was with the Uzbek Sufi mystic, Dr Norbekov (M.D.), in the late 90s in Uzbekistan.
The Sufi approach is an amalgam of energy, vibrational, and heart-mind-body techniques for treating body, mind and spirit. Its philosophy resonates with many ancient traditions - Buddhist, Vedic, traditional Chinese, Native American and many others. All of them view healing as a holistic process taking place on multiple levels, aimed at restoring harmony within and without. At a very low level, the balance is within oneself and with others. At a higher level, it is with the whole creation. As the Sufi Hazrat Inayat Khan famously put it:
There are two aspects of individual harmony: the harmony between body and soul, and the harmony between individuals. All the tragedy in the world, in the individual and the multitude, comes from lack of harmony. And harmony is the best given by producing harmony in one's own life.
― Hazrat Inayat Khan (Sufi)
Since discovering the wisdom of Sufism, I have trained in and worked with, many other healing modalities. Yet, to this day, the Sufi approach to healing remains fundamental to my work.
Another core therapy I routinely use is Vibrational Medicine. The method is based on the understanding that the majority of health problems stem from subtle imbalances in the body. Everything in the Universe, including our cells and our thoughts, vibrates to a precise frequency. By using resonant or counter-resonant vibration, the balance of matter can be restored.
I use thousands of standard homoeopathic remedies, as well as the unique vibrations that have been collected from natural sources from places around the world by Jack Temple, his students and myself. These remedies have benefitted many people globally. Princess Diana, Cherie Blair, and Jerry Hall are among those who also trusted their power, and were not disappointed.
If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration.
― Nikola Tesla (scientist and inventor; electricity, the radio, TV, etc.).
Seeing and working with subtle energies is my gift. Without it, my work would have been impaired, making no sense to me, and delivering incomplete and short-lived results. I often see 'miracle recoveries' happen in my practice. They warm up my heart, again and again showing me how blessed I am to participate intimately in a person's transformative moments. This gives me the strength to stay committed to such a challenging profession.
My life is happy and my work is joyful, as my work, my life, and my passion are one and the same. It feels incredibly easy to uplift, motivate and help people heal their bodies and transform their lives when it comes naturally.
As Buddha eloquently expressed it:
Your work is to discover your work and then with all your heart to give yourself to it.
When I finally did, my life on earth became purposeful, more fulfilled and much happier.
Now, I help others to discover and embrace their gifts, find their purpose in life and share their talents with others. We enrich each other, and together, we enrich the world. Isn't that why we are all here, after all?
Thousands of candles can be lit from a single candle, and the life of the candle will not be shortened”… so “happiness never decreases by being shared.
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