What is Transformational Alchemy?

BY Tjok Gde Kerthyasa


Much of my work over the past few years has been dedicated to the study and refinement of a system called Transformational Alchemy.

Transformational Alchemy is a method of healing designed to initiate the healing response not only through disease or symptom treatment, but also through a transformation process on a deeper level. This process is physical, emotional, mental, and it can even be a spiritual experience, where the energy of life (which is also potentially the energy of illness and challenge) is redirected into the strengths that we already have.

This analysis is based on an individual's astrological birth chart. So, we look at where the potential of positive energy flow is as well as where the energy flow is not necessarily at its optimum. We then draw from the likes of homeopathy, herbs, spagyric tinctures, minerals, the alchemical metals and kinesiology to find a way to assist the body in redirecting energies to the right place.

In short, transformational healing is about accentuating the existing strengths of a person's entire being. I look forward to sharing this method in more detail with the participants of our upcoming Transformational Alchemy Practitioner Certification Course, commencing at the end of this month. For more information, please visit our Workshop page or contact the clinic.

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