Born in Mexico City, she grew up in a family with strong roots into the ancient traditions and knowledge of healing the body and soul. Legacy passed on to her from woman to woman within her family.
She studied psychology at the “Universidad Latinoamericana” in Mexico City. Educated in Internal development, NLP, Gestalt, Psychoanalysis and Psychodrama; complementing science with the healing art of “Psicomagia”, Carl Jung’s Tarot and Psychoshamanism.
She worked for the government (PGJ) as therapist with post traumatic stress victims, and then as therapist in a prison. Gave conferences about emotional health in different high schools and universities around the country. Had a radio show about psychology before going to live in Europe and founded “IMAGINARIUM”: An international sensory theater company, which combines modern psychology, ancient traditions, and blind theater entertainment; in order to increase human consciousness through creativity.
Since 2015 she lives in Munich, and works in private way in her Praxis and online with people around the world.
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Created by Jodorowsky. It combines art, shamanic symbolism and modern psychotherapy. Are poetic and surreal acts with happy endings that will release-metaphorically- emotional wounds, all designed by the therapist after having studied the patient’s personality and family tree. It’s based on the belief that the unconscious mind takes a symbolic act as a fact to resolve internal conflicts.
Rituals with Psychoshamanism
They seek to create a balance between the physical, emotional, social and spiritual sides of our lives. Are grounded in this six tenets: Helping of Spirits, Journeys and Dreams, Initiation rituals, Sacred Rhythms, Openness to Outcome.
(EFT: Emotional Freedom Technique) / Tapping
Provides relief to emotional problems, it’s based upon acupuncture and acupressure. It's about stimulating the meridian points by tapping on them with your fingertips – literally tapping into your body’s own energy and healing power.
In the archetypal or extravagant illustrations of Tarot you can have the opportunity, according to Carl G. Jung, to look for the conditions of your present, the experiences in the past and your subconscious programs that could create your future.