For teenagers

Illustration made by Svetlana Ihsanova

As a teenager that reasons well, you may face a few challenges:

  • You want to learn, but school is not interesting and doesn’t challenge you
  • You have multiple talents, but you can’t develop all of them, and choosing is difficult.
  • You have little connection with your classmates and age-peers, and you feel socially isolated
  • To belong somewhere, you really need to adapt and ignore parts of yourself. It makes you feel alienated.
  • You want to do things too well, up to perfection, and it scares you to make mistakes.
  • You live in your head, always thinking. You see all risks on the long term, and it paralyzes you.
  • You live at a distance from your body
  • You are disappointed and frustrated because you believe the world could be different (and better)

In this existential accompaniment we explore what holds you back to get what you want. To paint an image of your inner world, I use techniques from western and eastern (embodied) philosophy, theater, performacne, improvisation, storytelling, martial arts, and music therapy.

The purpose of an existential accompaniment is to come to a deeper self-knowledge and self-awareness (cognitive, emotional, and physical), by making the unconscious conscious. We make an expedition through your inner landscape, we walk over mountain ridges, crawl through dark cages, drink from a new found source, and open forgotten dreams.

I am with you when you seek your way in, a friendly voice when you hesitate, a scout when you feel lost, an honest friend when your vision is blurred, a supporter when you enter the battle ground, and a ferryman if you want to return safely.

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