The constant search for my ikigai – the reason of my existence, which is the combination of what I love, what I’m able to do, what the world needs and what someone is willing to pay me for – led me to undertake spiritual paths of various kinds: family constellations, yoga, 5 rhythms dance, meditation, ayahuasca, shamanic breath work.
I’m convinced that in addition to experience and method, it’s essential to work on the identity level of our self. I’ve a scientific background, therefore I’m a skeptic by nature. If I don’t perceive something or it’s not demonstrated to me, I find it hard to believe it exists. And yet, I’m deeply benefiting from the world of spirituality. Sometimes I’m not clear what its origin is, but I’m also pragmatic: if a practice makes me feel better and has no side effects, I continue, and vice versa.