Peer Gadjev (Atmo Avinash)
He graduated from the Faculty of Philosophy at the University of Belgrade in 1991 with a Major in History. Afterwards he studied at Veliko Turnovo University and graduated in 2008 with a degree in Computer Sciences.
Since 1999, he has been training in various personal development practices and leading meditation techniques from OSHO’s world.
From 2000 to 2002 Peter Gadjev studied at the Universal Energy School and completed 5th level.
In 2011, he completed the second level of Reiki Usui.
In 2019 Peter Gadjev completed successfully a three-year training course at the в Institute for Regressive and Reincarnation Therapy.
He is currently a leader in the development of various software projects, applying personal development methods in his work.
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Regressive and Reincarnation Therapy.
Regression is a method that enables us to discover and work out cases from the past. They may be those that occurred a few years ago or during our childhood, or even before our birth. Regression comes into contact with that past which still lives in us. It does not change the past. It is not a trip back in time or an exotic walk between lives.
The method of regression helps us to take a fresh look at today’s experiences. It helps us find our resource and move forward stronger, more grown-up and capable of overcoming the challenges that lie ahead.
Nothing comes without a reason. Every case in our daily life has its origin. It may be malaise, a momentary trouble, fatigue, or something else. We could handle most of these cases using the usual methods. But there are also such, where the usual methods are of no help. Then the transpersonal regression comes to offer a different approach.
Through regression, we are able to find the solutions in ourselves. We do not look for them outside, we do not use hypnosis or suggestions. Everything is within our reach. All we have to do is to believe in ourselves and to observe.
The method is not used just out of curiosity or to have a glimpse at the past. We live here and now and we have available resources that we already know.