Siberian Shaman born, I was chosen by the Spirits. I am a Shadow Seeker and Hunter and when I shamanise, I act as a mirror that sends back to you all that lurks in you, that you maybe ignore or deny and that needs to be brought to light to heal.
With Russian and Siberian origins, I was born in French-speaking Belgium in 1969. My paternal grandfather was born in southwest Russia from a Cossack father and a shaman and Evenk mother. In 1917, at the age of 10, he was sent with his three younger brothers to safety in the west, while his parents and older brother were shot by the Bolsheviks.
My innate abilities to connect to the invisible frightened my parents and the subject was clearly taboo. Without any help or support from my family, I left home at the age of 19 to do my own research in genealogy, but also in ethnology (among others), to understand if my innate abilities could be related to some of my origins.
I then met various healers, 'rebouteux', druids and shamans from different traditions (Brittany, Ecuador, Peru, Mexico, United States, Tuva, Nepal, Mali, New Zealand). They all recognized me as a shaman and I then explored this path and received several initiations, but only the one of my origins really corresponded to me, it is the one I pursued and still continue. My training is essentially linked to my practice followed by my research, which began at an early age almost 40 years ago, and in view of the results on the people receiving care, these have allowed me and still allow me to refine my accompanying work.
Naturally intuitive and instinctive, I am always at the crossroads of various realities and modified states of consciousness are my first nature. Curious and touching everything, I have always been passionate, besides shamanism, for metaphysics, philosophy, symbolism and occultism. I studied psychology, psychoanalysis and differential clinical psychopathology then I became interested in the techniques of mental manipulation of the New Age, I then followed and obtained the certification of Master Practitioner in N.L.P., a technique that has definitely opened my eyes to the drifts of the spirituality business.
I self-taught discovered and practice as an art of living various esoteric and energetic techniques such as spiritual alchemy, evocative and invocative magic, prāṇāyāma, magnetism, lithotherapy, Tarot, astrology, fasting, hygiene...
I have also been a caregiver of dependent elderly people with conditions such as Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and senile dementia. In continuity of care, I naturally turned to the accompaniment of adults end of life.
I welcomed and accompanied in private consultations children with autism spectrum disorder, young adults with personality disorders and pathologies such as schizophrenia, bipolarity and depression, adults in search of meaning and couples wishing to emerge from crisis situations.
The workshops I propose do not lead to a certification of shaman or even shamanic practitioner, because the path of shamanism is not mastered in a weekend and the Spirits are the only able to chose a shaman. These workshops are simply an opportunity to introduce a form of shamanism to people who are interested in the subject. Collective healing drum circles are, as their name suggests, a care that allows people to move on their own path (whatever it is) and at their own pace, while discovering a little of my practice wich is not related to teaching. Considering training as a dogma and respecting the unique vision and experience of each, I therefore train no one to shamanism. I simply pass on my experience and knowledge to whomever wishes it, while being fully aware that neither I nor anyone else possesses the absolute truth and that we are all both students and teachers for each other.
In May 2018, I published my first autobiographical story: Les femmes qui se comportent bien marquent rarement l'histoire (Well behaved women rarely make history). I invite you to discover my other titles on my author website.