About me

Oscar Wilde once said that "To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people exist, that is all". This quote touches me personally. For as long as I can remember, I've been asking questions about life, meaning and happiness. To be fully alive and not merely to exist or survive is a delicate question that touches the core of human potential – are we 'killing' time or are we truly living it? How do we spend our days? Are we busy being busy? Do we pay attention to the meaning potential that is present in each and every moment in our lives?Life is not neatly organized as our theoretical conceptualizations presume it to be; life is a blend, a mixture of all of these colors. This is why I'm very concerned with building bridges – to integrate and connect between perspectives and disciplines regarding human nature and well-being. I am also very concerned with connecting and bridging between theory and practice real life. My main research and practice interests are positive psychology, wholeness, existential psychology and logotherapy (meaning-centered therapy), spirituality and spiritual development, meaning in life, processes of human change and growth.

                   A bit more about me