Inner journeying


Everyone will have their own experience in trance work. I offer guidance and support until each person learns how to journey by themselves into the inner landscape, where they can find local Drala energies, nature spirits and personal spirit-allies, or make contact with their ancestors.


To do this I may use the sound of a drum. It replicates the sound of the heart in the womb and relaxes the mind. Later on, if the 'non-ordinary' relationships mature in trust, drumming is not needed. The trance journey can be the first step towards buiding a loving relationship with unseen beings always there for us, producing concrete results on choices made in 'ordinary reality'. These journeys can initiate and empower you for living a 'connected life'. 



We cannot change what happens to us in life and the challenges we face in it, but we can change our EXPERIENCE of it, and that is what counts. When we learn to put the mind in its proper perspective, we take charge of cause, instead of being at the mercy of effect. We can experience that we are not alone.




“Aster” means astral. Disaster means not being connected to that higher place that knows better. That higher place may come to us in symbols and living energies from another world. The best way to stay connected with these is to learn how to dis-spel that which seems to have the power to disconnect you. 


Celtic influence


I have a strong energetic bond with the line of Columcille, described by some as the 'last Irish Druid', and with those of his lineage that went before him. The influential Tibetan lama Chogyam Trungpa also shared an affinity with him and Iona, even visiting there before his death. From time to time, it is a great pleasure to show groups such 'thin places' or 'power spots' I know in Ireland, where the divide between this world and the Otherworld becomes very thin.