My journey of cognition

Pjér repeated to me that if we want to study someone, it is good to look at their life. Certainly this applies to all areas where we establish relationships. Therefore, I will briefly outline my life experiences to describe to the reader my own path of individuation. I will recount the steps I took to lead me to where I have thus far dedicated my being.

The unconscious has become my teacher who says: 

“Move ahead by leaps and bounds, move bit by bit but do not forget your mission.“

“Be vigilant and examine what people are saying.”

“At the end believe only in yourself! To your inner voice. To your master.”

“Listen to your soul!”

I continue describing my journey in points that are arranged chronologically. 

  • In the years 2011 – 2014, I am looking for the meaning of my life. 
  • In 2014, I am going through a deep crisis. My current career-focus, materialistic world is collapsing. 
  • At the end of 2014, I moved to Prague, where I discovered personal coaching. This started my professional journey, and also my unschooling journey in the main field – psychology. 
  • In the years 2015 – 2017 I live in Southern England and Northern Ireland, where I start studying coaching and then start my practice. 
  • In 2016, I graduate from Neuroleadership School, right after that I found Junifyh’s vision. 
  • At the beginning of 2017, I become a student of Pjér la Šé’z. My work is enriching and proficiently expanding in depth. I rename my work from coaching to Transformational Psychology. 
  • In the years 2017 – 2020, I live in Vancouver, where I start studying Indigenous culture more. I spend most of my time alone in the Canadian wilderness. 
  • In 2017, I achieve ICF – ACC accreditation. 
  • Subsequently, within two years, I rid myself of any certificates and papers, because they do not represent competence in the field for me.
  • In the summer of 2020, I leave to live in Iceland, where I live a peaceful life. I continue to devote myself to the inner journey and consultations. I finish studying articles. 
  • In the autumn of the same year, I start cooperating with Emil Páleš.

I see the meaning of my life in the term that I call Freedom. Freedom has broad contexts for me. I find Freedom in knowing myself, psychology being my best helper in this. My life experience is astonishing me in its breadth, and I am simultaneously taking responsibility for it, learning not to naively succumb to collective unconsciousness. I seek to understand myself and thus my psychological processes, getting further in touch with my soul, and living a more conscious life. This life experience is where I am finding freedom.

My motivation is working with individuals, engaging in self-realization, and continuing to discover insights into the inner world. My work in psychology is my passion and I do it mainly for myself. If anyone benefits from it, that’s fine, but it’s not primary. I study by an unschooling method, mainly psychology, but also hermetic, alchemy and history. Anything with ancient wisdom. Pjér la Šé’z and Emil Páleš are my tutors and they introduce me to the laws of nature. 

I travel the world. I live in certain places for a certain time to get to know the local culture and spirit. The aim is to understand the deepest contexts affecting man.