Yoga Psychology – The Soul Awakening Psychology (I)

April 30, 2013 § Leave a comment

Yoga Psychology – The Soul Awakening Psychology (I)

We are not human beings having a spiritual experience.
We are spiritual beings having a human experience.
Pierre Teilhard de Chardin (1881-1955)

Every life experience we have is important for the evolution of our own being. In reality, everything is a divine necessity and an ineffable spiritual experience which connects us to our own soul; this happens when we love, when we are happy, glad and accomplished. « Read the rest of this entry »



March 26, 2013 § Leave a comment

ImageIntegral naturopathy aims to synthesize the existing knowledge of western medicine and to „remove” from it most, if not all, misconceptions of „scientific dogmatism” which appeared in the last 200 years since microbes were discovered.

Allopathic medicine gradually slipped into viewing the human body as a stupid and awkward child who knows nothing and therefore constantly needs the help of the „wise” doctors. We will prove that this vision, which is the fundament of modern medicine, is completely inconsistent. Ours is not an isolated opinion. « Read the rest of this entry »


March 26, 2013 § Leave a comment

This is why the subject of freedom, happiness and perfect health is so complicated and challenging. It involves great effort and we are seldom aware of the cosmic journey which we are taking, one step at a time, for thousands of reincarnations, in order to learn the laws of the physical universe. « Read the rest of this entry »


October 6, 2012 § Leave a comment


Integral naturopathy is the science of the natural healing of human beings, a science as ancient as humanity. melculThe act of living, of discovering the world around you and your own self, are seen by naturopathy as a form of therapy. It is impossible to survive unless you know what is good and what is harmful for you. By observing nature and themselves ancient people reached conclusions which developed into a body of knowledge that they preserved and passed on to the next generations through customs, traditions, and rites of passage. « Read the rest of this entry »

The Development of the Capacity to Innovate in Holistic Education

September 19, 2012 § Leave a comment

Motto: „Many of life’s failures are men who did not realize how close they were to success when they gave up.”

Thomas Edison


Over the last few decades technology has known an unprecedented development. Most innovation occurs in domains connected to the transmission of information. The speed at which the devices we use for communication are transformed and developed leads to a growing tension in the domain of education. Teachers who have spent many years training for their profession need to take in very fast all the novelty of a changing market. They need to adjust to the new requirements of their cultural, social and economic environment and to respond to the major transformations of the society.

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Brief History of Music Architecture

July 31, 2012 § Leave a comment


           Mathematics is the common basis of both architecture and music. Acoustics is the first step of their product, resulting in a concert hall. From that time, music has followed a trend towards elevation and human healing, currently it has advanced therapies whit beneficial sound frequencies.  Architecture followed a different path,  that was strictly functional, as famous model architect Le Corbusier said: ,, form follows function’’ . Thus having as a main purpose the function and not the human being,  the healing character of the buildings was removed becoming unconsciously harmful.

         Birth and development of sonic architecture

Acoustics is one of the oldest science that linked music to architecture, as Aristotle studied  followed by Vitruvius and Leonardo da Vinci. « Read the rest of this entry »

The Need of Having a Complementary Vision in Life

July 29, 2012 § Leave a comment

Integral approach starts at least at a dual, polar, complementary perspective! In a previous article Irina explains the need for an integral vision in our life.

What would life be without an integral approach? One exercise of imagination starting from … reality …

I will tell a real story to start with and to show the other side of the coin on an Integral approach. It is a paradoxical approach, complementary, a dual approach, which I learned once again, in a different perspective, the value and importance of Completeness in this essential principle. A few weeks ago, my organization opened a shelter for homeless people. In a team of 7 professionals, we try to develop more opportunities and alternatives for people in need. Through this work I have met a woman who was separated and I could say was once abandoned by her husband, children, parents and even by society. She was forgotten by everybody, tolerated somewhere in a hospital, in a small town, that no longer managed to provide even the basic medical care. The only  wish that this old lady had was: “I want to die, to want to know how it is to die!”

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