Recommendations and Inspirations

 One of the most common questions that I get is – where can I find more information? Here are some teachers, resources, book recommendations and friends that I trust and love.

Teachers. There are a lot of them out there. Here are the ones that I have studied with and find impeccable. 


Sri prem baba

Sri Prem Baba is a Brazilian who was adopted into an Indian lineage. His teachings combine traditional Indian and Yogic Philosophy, Amazonian Shamanism and Western Psychology to address the deepest parts of the human psyche and offer an incredible set of tools to help the seeker to know themselves more deeply. He offers a series of workshops that aim to give one access to everything that is preventing them from their fullest expression. There is no single being on the planet who has touched or influenced me more deeply. 

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Eva Pierrakos

The Pathwork of Eva Pierrakos - The Pathwork is a methodology designed to integrate the shadow and give the practitioner access to the higher self. It’s an amazing tool. Eva Pierrakos was the channel of hundreds of lectures which, although dense, offer an invaluable map of the human psyche.

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Venerable Robina Courtin

Venerable Robina set me on fire. Her knowledge of the Buddha’s teachings is infallible, her ability to understand the Mahayana tradition and apply it to the modern condition is amazing, and she’s funny, real and sharp as a tack.


Homa and Mukto

Homa and MuktoTrained by Osho, Homa and Mukto offer a series of workshops throughout Brazil, Europe and Asia. They are incredible individuals, their workshops are powerful and transformative and highly recommended – but not for the faint of heart, this is really serious work. They are the only ones that I have encountered teaching sexual Tantra that I trust implicitly.
Homa is one of my greatest role-models. I want to be her when I grow up. 

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Guruji Rajkumar Bhaswar

Guruji offers spiritual seekers an authentic Tantric sadhana (which is not at all sexual) a beautiful mix of discipline and devotion. My work with Guruji taught me a lot about my own limitations and a lot about what real Tapasya is. 





The Undefended Self
by Susan Thesenga

This is a beautiful entry into the Pathwork by a close student of Eva Pierrakos. Books like “Fear No Evil” though spiritually invaluable are dense and difficult to read. One needs a guide to help them to find the pearls of Pierrakos’ wisdom and bring them down into digestible more human contexts. Thesenga is just that guide. She breaks the pathwork into more digestible portions that are easy to understand and apply. 


tantra the path of ecstasy by georg feuerstrein

The Path of Ecstasy dispels many common misconcept-ions, providing an accessible introduction to the history, philosophy, and practice of this extraordinary spiritual tradition. 


Kali's Odiyya
by amarananda Bhiravan

This is a great resource for learning about traditional Tantric practices in India and how sexuality fits in.



Fear No Evil by Eva Pierrakos

Fear no Evil is one of the most important books I have ever read, it maps the transformation of the lower self and is an invaluable tool for the seeker of the self. 



antra Illuminated by Christopher Hareesh Wallace

If you are interested in the tradition of Tantra, it’s practices and philosophies, this book is a gold mine. 


Creating Union
By eva pierrakos

A very deep book on the spiritual value of relationships and our responsibility while within them. A map for us to redefine the way that we consider relating.


Tantra the yoga of sex by omar garrison

Examines the philosophy of tantra yoga and discusses methods for achieving an elevated state of consciousness through sexuality.



Sexual Secrets is a guide to sex and mysticism.