The Voice of Silence

Nikolay Rainov, Landscape

Nikolay Rainov, Landscape

Before the soul can see,
the harmony within must be attained,
and fleshly eyes be rendered blind
to all illusion.

Before the soul can hear,
the image (Man)
has to become as deaf
to roarings as to whispers,
to cries of bellowing elephants
as to the silvery buzzing
of the golden fire-fly.

Before the soul can comprehend
and may remember,
she must unto the silent speaker
be united,
just as the form
to which the clay is modelled
is first united
with the potter’s mind.

For then the soul will hear,
and will remember.
And then to the inner ear will speak
the voice of silence.

Helena Blavatsky

On Individuation

Jung considered individuation, a psychological process of integrating the opposites including the conscious with the unconscious while still maintaining their relative autonomy, necessary for a person to become whole.

Individuation is a process of transformation whereby the personal and collective unconscious is brought into consciousness (by means of dreams, active imagination or free association to take some examples) to be assimilated into the whole personality. It is a completely natural process necessary for the integration of the psyche to take place.

Besides achieving physical and mental health, people who have advanced towards individuation tend to be harmonious, mature and responsible. They embody humane values such as freedom and justice and have a good understanding about the workings of human nature and the universe.

Jung’s work on himself and his patients convinced him that life has a spiritual purpose beyond material goals. Our main task, he believed, is to discover and fulfill our deep innate potential. Based on his study of Christianity, Hinduism, Buddhism, Gnosticism, Taoism, and other traditions, Jung believed that this journey of transformation, which he called individuation, is at the mystical heart of all religions. It is a journey to meet the self and at the same time to meet the Divine. Unlike Freud’s objectivist worldview, Jung’s pantheism may have led him to believe that spiritual experience was essential to our well-being, as he specifically identifies individual human life with the universe as a whole.

Figure with sword and trisula in antelope chariot with caption “Chandra or the Moon”. Water-colour on paper, 19th Century, India, The British Museum

Figure with sword and trisula in antelope chariot with caption “Chandra or the Moon”. Water-colour on paper, 19th Century, India, The British Museum

Love, Beauty and Action

Nicholas Roerich, Scarlet Sails

Nicholas Roerich, Scarlet Sails

“Art will unify all humanity. Art is one – indivisible. Art has its many branches, yet all are one. Art is the manifestation of the coming synthesis, Art is for all. Everyone will enjoy true art. The Gates of the ‘Sacred Source’ must be wide open for everybody, and the light of art will influence numerous hearts with a new love. At first this feeling will be unconscious, but after all it will purify human consciousness. How many young hearts are searching for something real and beautiful! So, give it to them. Bring art to the people – where it belongs. We should have not only museums, theatres, universities, public libraries, railway stations, and hospitals, but even prisons decorated and beautified. Then we shall have no more prisons.

The values of great art are victoriously traversing all storms of earthly commotions. Even the ‘earthly’ people already understand the vital importance of active beauty. And when we proclaim: Love, Beauty, and Action, we know verily that we pronounce the formula of the international language. And this formula, which now belongs to the museum and stage, must enter everyday life. The sign of beauty will open all sacred gates. Beneath the sign of beauty we walk joyfully. With beauty we conquer, through beauty we pray, in beauty we are united. And now we pronounce these words – not on the snowy heights, but amidst the turmoil of the city. And realising the path of true reality, we greet with a happy smile the future.”

Nicholas Roerich

My Rules: Keep Walking

“Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action.”
Peter F. Drucker

Julian Popov Photography

Julian Popov Photography

As we advance in the therapeutic process, we increase our self-awareness gradually. Seeing identity as a layer of the consciousness, helps us in observing ourselves and the world around us. By tapping into traditions of meditation and mindfulness, we can dwell in the present moment and let go of painful thoughts and memories that keep us from achieving happiness and self-realization.

But in the parallel world, we just keep walking in our every day reality. Having new experience and insights during the therapy, we re-create ourselves through our projects. Being active and courageous in our goal pursuits is the way to advance and become more vibrant. We feel more deeply connected to our true self…

Every reflection is followed by certain activities, just as every dynamic by a state of inner peace.

And this is the Rule:
Keep Walking!


I love it when that happens. Because it does. Every time. Never underestimate the power of your mind. What you think truly is so.

When we accept that we have more than enough time to fulfill our ultimate purpose, we live in a time abundant state. We let go of our pre-conceived idea of how things should be. Things are just as they are. We get to decide how we’re going to interact with the state we find ourselves in.

Would you rather have the feeling that things are never enough or turn everything around and trust that Universal power that is just itching to give you strength, love and immeasurable joy?

If there is one thing I have learned, it is that attitude is everything. It doesn’t matter whether you drive a Mercedes or a Mazda, eat caviar or catfish. What goes on inside has a lot to do with what happens on the outside.

Give it a try. Release. Then see what happens next. I bet you anything you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the result of your courage to finally let abundance rain in.


Indian Goddess Lakshmi

My Rules: Pranic Healing

“There is almost a sensual longing for communion with others who have a large vision. The immense fulfillment of the friendship between those engaged in furthering the evolution of consciousness has a quality impossible to describe.”

Pierre Teilhard de Chardin



Pranic Healing, Prana Therapy, Prana Yoga Vidya, Yoga Prana Vidya, Prana Chiktsa (Treatment), Prana Therapy… and Pranic Energy Healing are all forms of Prana Treatment… originating from Vedic Literature of India as well as from multiple other ancient traditions and schools of Yoga and Esoteric Sciences.

Pranic healing is Ancient Modality which has been used for Centuries to bring about Balance and Harmony in the Energy Systems of the Human Body – including the Physical Body, Mental & Emotional Bodies.

Almost anyone who is interested and willing to learn can reach rapid recovery and increased well being, through applying this techniques. Energy Healing may be used as a parallel practice to provide comfort, and to enhance increased wellness in a person on multiple levels.

My approach depends deeply on the energy level of the client. Working with the specific level of energy that one brings in is the way to reach that unique point in the therapy. We can’t force anything in this process. Therapy has its own dynamic, as well as certain limits.

The Principle Of Resonance

“When people of similar frequencies come together, output is not a simple sum of individual work, but exponential. In science, we term this phenomenon as resonance. Output at this stage is beyond any logical limit.”
Ravindra Shukla, A Maverick Heart: Between Love and Life
Harry George Theaker, A Song of Love

Harry George Theaker, A Song of Love


The term, spiritual resonance, is not common to psychology and is absent in the literature related to psychological research. The term resonance is used in the natural sciences of physics, biology, and neuroscience and is referred to in psychology with a variety of names such as sympathetic resonance, emotional resonance, embodied resonance, and emotional attunement.

There is an analogy that when a cello string is played on one side of the room, the same string of a cello on the opposite side of the room will begin to vibrate, producing a sound in resonance with the original string. As one strikes a musical note from a distance, the vibration travels. The resonance communicates and connects directly and immediately without intermediaries except for air and space. This is the principle of the resonance.