For those who want to deepen their understanding of the world we live in, for those who want to see change happen and know that this begins with themselves, Inner Alchemy offers a path to inner peace, meaning, purpose, joy and wisdom.
In this practical guide to consciousness, you will discover key concepts relating to energetic work, such as chakras and the seven rays, as well as dimensional and astral realms, and karma, gratitude, and dreams. Over 45 visualisations, meditations and exercises, many beautifully illustrated, will enable you to reap the benefits for your spiritual wellbeing as well as your physical and mental health, and your relationships, contributing to a shift from self-importance to universal connection.
Author Zulma Reyo was born to Puerto Rican parents in 1943 in New York. Humanities at Puerto Rico University and completed a BA in Romance Languages and Literature at New York University, before completing an MA in Education at NYU, which was followed by post-graduate studies in psychology and counselling at San Fernando Valley State College in California. Zulma went on to found the Inner Alchemy School of Consciousness in Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay. She followed her dream of reaching more people by expanding her activities to Europe, and settled in Spain in the mid-90s. There, she consolidated her line of work and continued to develop methods of meditation and self-knowledge. Zulma now spent almost four decades of my life dedicated to teaching, writing, trainings, workshops, and conferences.
My spirituality and my understanding of it has always been something I've been interested in. Going from a religious childhood to a very atheist adulthood, I've always looked for spirituality where I can find it, and 'Inner Alchemy' provided me with fascinating insight into a school of thought, combined with genuinely helpful exercises and meditations that, if nothing else, certainly provided clearly guided focus.
The illustrations, which, in any other context I would probably scoff at for being too 'new age', are also hugely helpful - providing visual cues to guide me through the meditations and to gain a heightened awareness of my body and my mind.
Now, I must be honest and say that, despite clear instructions, there were certainly various aspects of the book I did not understand - but I'm well aware that this is a world I'm very much new to. However, those aspects of the book I did understand, certainly provided me with guidance and food for thought - and I'll be continuing to practices some of the visualisations and meditations taught here.
You can learn more about Zulma Reyo and Inner Alchemy here: www.zrsoc.com