Around the same time, I met the modern day medicine man, Dr. Lorin Roche who dispelled all my preconceived notions and limiting beliefs about meditation and guided me into a return to instincts. Emerging from the endless fountain of the Vijnana Bhairava Tantra, this style of instinctive meditation has an answer and a meditation for every type of individual. It is a panoply, a buffet of unique approaches and everyone gets to choose what works for them.
In 2013, I was touched by the good fortune of meeting the keeper of Sufi wisdom in Turkey, Shaykha Cemalnur Sargut. An iconoclastic, refined and evolved woman of the world, a stewardess of a powerful mystical tradition, she showed me how to unlock the messages of the 13th century mystic Jellaludin Rumi’s works and copious other love-filled teachings.
I consider myself a lifelong student, someone who receives the greatest pleasure studying, observing, listening, tuning in and feeling into the farthest distances of this human experience.
Having lived in the US for the last twenty years, I have had an incredible time traveling the bridge between the East and the West in thought, philosophy, literature, movement, spirituality and music. I have enjoyed this extensive traversing terrain and found a joyful method that helps me dance between these two worlds.
“What you seek is seeking you” Jelalludin Rumi