Key points of the Spiritherapy

Our spirit has a huge potential. The more we discover it and put it to good use, the more we are able to live every moment to the fullest, find the key to healing our heart, transform our weaknesses into strength, be really fulfilled, give our personal contribution to humanity, be full of joy, peace and enthusiasm

The fundamental need of every human being is to love and to be loved.. I firmly believe that we are created in the image and likeness of a God who is infinite love and that there is a thirst for infinite love impressed in our heart. We can be happy and fulfilled people only if we respond to this thirst. I met thousands of people of different faith or atheist, but I saw that we all share the same experience: only when we learn how to give and receive Love, are we happy and fulfilled.. Think about the moments in your life when you felt deeply happy. You will find that they are often related to experiences that made you feel loved for who you are, entirely, with all your weaknesses.

It is impossible to love others if we do not learn to love ourselves first, to accept our grey areas, be reconciled with our weaknesses, with what we do not want to accept and tend to remove, with our ‘wounded child’, with our story.. If we do not learn to feel good with ourselves, we can never feel good in any place or with anyone else.

It is not enough to respond to our physical needs to feel good. If we don’t recognise and respond to the deepest needs of our heart and spirit, we experience a deep inner restlessness even if we have every kind of material well-being.We experience dissatisfaction, emptiness, loneliness, anxiety, sadness, discouragement, anger, pain, relational difficulties, growing discomfort.

Love is an art to be learned. Giving and receiving love is less easy than it seems because we often confuse love with something that is not love. It is often related to passion, jealousy, needs, possessiveness, demands and our ego’s expectations. We all internalize dysfunctional behaviours, we get deeply woundedand remain imprisoned in vices, addictions, big or small chains that are an obstacle and can make us less able to give and receive love. It is necessary to recognise them and free ourselves from them.

Many wounds that we receive during our childhood are so painful that they can deeply affect us and diminish our ability to love for the rest of our lives, if we do not recognise and heal them. if we do not recognise and heal them. Others are so ‘deadly’ that they can harden our heart and we can end up closing it, as we are afraid of being hurt again However, we cannot live without love. We become dry. We unconsciously push the people that we love away, and we start to slowly ‘die’. Therefore, we all need to learn to heal the wounds of our heart and commit to a pathway of inner healing.