Transpersonal Psychology

Transpersonal Psychology

I fell in love with Transpersonal Psychology when I started experiencing the changes in the way I perceive myself and relate with people in my life.  Transpersonal has shown me that the direction of the growth I need begins from within me, not the other way around.  The journey to an integrated life is from inside to outside. 

Instead of focusing on improving only mental health, Transpersonal Therapy conceives the person as something more than a psychological or emotional being, but also as a spiritual and transcendental being, capable of living life in fullness. Transpersonal Therapy takes a more holistic approach, addressing the interconnections for a healthy mind, body, and spirit. It pays great attention to self-awareness, consciousness, transparency, and commitment on the part of the therapist as well as the client. 

Transpersonal Therapy uses mindfulness, breath work, emotional focusing, visualizations, journaling, and a number of therapeutic practices that help enhance your inner emotional musculature, and self-awareness to create more balanced and integrated life experiences. 



Inspired by the transpersonal psychology, it is my great desire to help men and women from all walks of life,  in all corners of the world with the work I do. By helping and inspiring people to reach their highest possibilities so their talents and gifts may be used to serve their purpose. 

The most satisfying affirmation I get through this WORK is seeing my clients becoming more attuned to their emotions and experiences, becoming more present, discovering their power, and developing an honest unshakable connection with themselves. I see them blossom into fully realized adults who polish their experiences, perceptions, life, heart, and spirit.   

Love, compassion, and commitment are the gateway to freedom


Since Dr. Jon Kabat Zinn began using mindfulness to treat his patients suffering from chronic stress-related illness in the 1980s at the University of Massachusetts, mindfulness has spread around the world and has become a true movement. Today, millions of people use mindfulness to relieve the stresses of daily life and to boost both their mental and physical well-being.

The body heals when you are not looking. 

We live in a society in which we are constantly under pressure to perform. It is dysfunctional in many ways and celebrates perfectionism. This causes us to feel anxious, lost, unmotivated, disconnected, and sick because we are not designed to be routinely stressed.

Mindfulness is rooted in the great eastern philosophies that pay great attention to being present and nonjudgmental to life experiences. 

A practice of mindfulness is beneficial and crucial in your therapy process. It triggers the resting response of the nervous system and helps to cultivate calmness and serenity. 


Meditation absorbs our craziness.

Meditation is a great accelerator in therapy. It elevates the level of awareness and consciousness. It regulates the nervous system by shifting the body from operating on the sympathetic system – the doing part of the brain, responsible for the rapid reaction to dangerous situations – to the parasympathetic system, the part of the nervous apparatus that operates in quiet behind the scenes.  It helps to regulate the body’s physiological functions, helping the body to save energy, and reutilize nutrients, putting the body in balance.

Meditation is a workout for your mind. It is an exercise for your mental muscles. It is like going to the gym to develop attitudinal muscles and make them strong.

The practice of meditation is one of the most important acts of self-care we can do.  It invigorates the mind as well as our physical and emotional well-being.

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