No journey is more rewarding and also needs more courage than the journey to your inner self. No gadget, no toy, no expensive holiday can give you the fulfillment like the connection to your inner self does
I am Iris, a German living in Switzerland, a mom of two children.
Knowing who you are is considered to be easy for most of us, but somehow to me it was not, I felt like I was assigned to be someone from the outside, whom I didn`t feel inside, things that felt right, good, weren`t respected, valued, allowed and instead my outer identity mainly based on the descriptions from the outside world pressing down on me heavily. This sort of didn`t feel home, this didn`t feel whole, I didn`t feel home and whole. So almost for three decades from sliding more and more away from my inner core, my life felt like being in a pressure cooker and then I came to a halt, pushed the brakes and started to re-evaluate in tiny steps, realizing that whatevdr is burning within wants to be seen, so I started to slowly connect more and more with my inner truth, my inner story.
Outside circumstances made me choose to go on my own inner journey of finding out, who I really am, who really lives and breathes beneath those external labels and I more and more realized, that shedding those layers helped me to reconnect to my inner world more and more and finding peace within, in alignment with my own story, because more and more puzzle pieces surfaced and could be put together from a formerly fragmented self, allowing light in, into healing, but also realizing the power of the own stories, the power of the own history, the deeper meaning and learning.
Now I feel like I am just me, without the need of pleasing or proofing, but one with my inner essence, the fabric of life
- Rapid Transformational Therapy
- Trauma Releasing Exercises
- Institut für systemische Hypnosetherapy
- Workshop with Brian Weiss, Workshop with Joe Dispenza
- 180 hours medical background
- Intro for Somatic Experiences (SE), Intro for Rolfing, Intro Sacred Sound Vicky Dodd, Intro Authentic Communication
- Studying Anthropology