Several years ago, following an intuitive call, I embarked on a monastic life of solitude, asceticism, and contemplative practice.
Becoming completely engrossed in intensive study and work, I was led experientially across the spectrum of mysticism – through the heights and altered states, but more importantly, through years of purgative catastrophic darkness.
Along the way, I discovered and developed some significant tools and practices, which carry a great deal of healing, growth, and transformational power.
Although my work began in the esoteric tradition of the Toltecs, later taking a broad turn into Christian mysticism, I view them both as launching points rather than formal systems. My own work has traveled extensively across traditions and philosophies, requiring a flexible adaptation of many different ancient practices, as well as some new understandings.
When offering instruction to others, I teach the methods and practices that I have been personally utilizing in my own inner work. I follow the basic tenets and implementation of spiritual wisdom and mystical philosophy, mostly via a form of contemplative inquiry, facilitating discovery at depth.
All of the practices promote mastery of awareness and reflection, proper alignment between the polarities, the cultivation of virtue, transformation of consciousness through the transmutation of fear and pain, and the authentic implementation of universal principles – humility, courage, prudence, discernment, and forgiveness.
I work exclusively with advanced practitioners, those who clearly demonstrate a significant commitment to spiritual work and practice.
If you’d like to discuss working with me, please email me at email@example.com.
Please note: I am not a licensed mental health professional. I do not practice any form of psychological therapy or counseling. If you are in need of therapeutic care, please seek a qualified professional.